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One of my favorite WWII tanks :). You can never be too lenient with the penetration of that gun :D
I changed my mind about the smaller maps being better. >_>
Rainbow Six Vegas 2 status.
I REALLY like the German camo, for the Sturm i believe. Could you make a realistic uniform mod? :D, Like, realistic, not a piece of garbage, i'm asking you because you are a pr0.
Well i mean, i played the realism mod, (which really isnt all that realistic) and it has unlimited ranges, and it was terrible, the farthest i got to was about 1.7km and the arty glitched out of the game because it was too far, haha.
Yeah, these maps are probably ALOT better then the large scale ones.
The second and third russians should be fixed, but other than that, really good.
I like the rewards. You should throw in an exclusive Ostheer heavy tank for donators over $35 or so. That will rack the money in :)
Nothing the editor wont fix :)
Actually, theres a map in the original RoW that is is bigger than this, but it has the littlest amount of detail possible. But anyway, i'm really liking how this is turning out.
Very good model :) Much better looking than other terrorist models :D
What mod is this? It lookes br00tal
I. Cant. Wait.
I cant wait for these guys to be raped :)
What happened to the 392582 by 437191 maps we were promised :(
Ha! Homosexuals! Just messing with ya, but no i completely agree, i was really looking foward to stalker
Will the stalker mod ever be finished Vora? It was so close to being released :(
Why does this look real?
Because Barney thinks their Chickenshits.
Very nice :0
I like Hans's better.
I'm so ****** that i JUST realized my 2nd installer disk has a huge scratch on it. I'v been waiting for this patch for so long :'(
You sir, are a man of great ideas :D
I really like it :)
Storyline is what can make a game really good.
Gotta love those lifelike sounding mg 42's.
One that can correct proper grammar :D
It's in the mapmaker, and basically it makes it so units cant acesses that part of the map