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I kinda like the current one better. I like his proportions. Maybe the face is a tad too numb but the proportions are neat and fits the world very well.
It's the bees' knees!
It's more of a red-orchestra inspired game I'd say.
Wow, dumbest thing they could do.
Goodbye diablo III
Ugh, I'm having problems too. First time I've ever had problems with installing a mod.
It just can't find any servers whatsoever. I installed it with the full installer.
It's actually quite a damn long way.
There will be now!
Oh yes. I love this mod, probably the most immersive experience I've had. Really, really great teamwork is possible.
And it really is a very beautiful mod, as the dude said, the fields and the nature is done really well.
And the freeaiming... God I love the free aiming, you never see people going pray-n-spray at mid-long range, and... WELL GOD DAMN I JUST LOVE EVERYTHING ABOUT IT
Not sure about the ability to pick up enemy weps though, I liked the pressure it caused that you had limited ammo and had to be careful on how you spend it.
You're sure you don't need to breath some more? :P
Great changelog, can't wait to dive in.
I kinda liked the focus on puzzles. The only thing it needed was maybe surface restriction so you could only form some of the surfaces and needed to solve puzzles with those.
Much like the way portal restricts you to only some surfaces.
When he said "timedrain" I think he was thinking of development time and not the span of the game itself.
Could be cool if it was in a bar.
Actually it works really really well in "Resistance and Liberation" and "red orchestra". It is for sure something I'd do in combat myself. You need to remember that you don't always calibrate your aims the second you look at your target - it's more of a "point gun at target, fire if he's seen you or calibrate your aims if he hasn't" thing, that is in fact quite realistic.
+making it a selectable feature wouldn't be good for the multiplayer balance.
Woah. That looks fun.
I love these top-down shooters, great potential for tactics and teamwork. The one thing that bugs me though is that I suck at aiming (T-T)
Nice hoodoos =D
Kickmonlee! **** yeah, my mom made me a full kickmonlee costume when I was 7, that pokemon remains a favourite!
URghrubl Get orff muy faifff!
I get the superiority point and I take it, however that's only because you're doing the exact same when replying to my post. Yes, there is one thing we all love and that's the sense of superiority, can't get enough of it. Every action we ever take is to heighten ourselves to others, so I'd say you're the pot calling the kettle black.
But I don't accept your point that contributing nothing to the modding community should give you any less authority to try and help the community with some god damn proper punctuation. I wasn't demanding that he started using proper punctuation, I was merely pointing out how it can in fact help us all and that requesting it (while it may seem pretentious) isn't that childish. The manner in which LordZ did it was indeed though.
And I am ready to set aside that Fragon probably hasn't got english as his first language, I was merely pointing out that correct grammar and the request of it is in no way childish, only the way in which it was done. And please, do drop the authority argument, it's childish ;P
He sounds like he's pooping really really hard ಠ_ಠ
Anyways it's a nice effect.
Nah, I'd like it to be like this. No ambient occlusion, no high-poly, no nothing. I like honest renders above eye-candy.
Mr. Mime always creeped the **** out of me... Yup, he still does!
Actually it's not terribly childish, to ask for some proper punctuation. It makes it far easier for everyone to read, not just 2nd graders mind you. To be honest it was quite a confusing vichyssoise of verbiage and I had to read it word by word in order to understand it.
You see, normally a good reader can read up to two sentences at once, by giving it a quick glance, proper punctuation enables them to do that.
How horribly ironic it'll be, when someone goes over my post here to incite proper punctuation, but at least I made an effort.
Good luck next time :)
Smooth animations. I'm diggin' it.
It's "their" not "there". "There" is used to focus attention on something whereas "their" is used to state a sense of belonging to someone.
I also find it terrifically ironic that you state that JTS12's question is stupid and then yourself, follow up the statement with an equally lame question.
Are you for real? Seriously, try checking out the mod instead of asking straight away like a complete idiot.
Is it just me or does it look like that bread is about to turn to the dark side?