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Totally a copyright violation. Might want to take this down, this is far beyond Fair Use.
A torrent would be a good idea.
Aaargh. Good CLI interfaces don't do password masking, they don't show anything at all for keypresses! /nitpick
Caveat: If you monetize weapon packs and content, how will that be supported by servers? Will you then have to have matching modifications as the server itself? Does the server host have to purchase said modifications -as well-?
Won't this create fragmentation among servers, creating a financial content barrier for server access?
Tunngle is absolute crapware - full of ads and slow as hell. I'd suggest Evolve (evolvehq.com) over it.
And to think that the USAF wants to replace this monster with that cheap piece of junk F-35 for CAS.
Only LAN is possible with modded versions, iirc.
Wow. Was interested in this mod up until I saw the reports that it adds DRM. I bought and paid for my game, I'm able to play the base game too without using a disc (which is *the standard* for games today!) - so why should I have to go get a disc for a mere game modification?
As someone who specifically will *buy* games without DRM (a la gog dot com), I find this ridiculous, and a reason to not play this mod. Let me know if there'll be a retraction in this "feature".
What "new features" exactly?
I'm noticing crashes when I suspect the AI hits an anti-armor subroutine.
Why is the Spetznaz medic's kit missing the medpack and defib?
Completely incorrect. Nintendo is legally obligated to sue under trademark law - if they don't take action, they will lose their trademark. Plain and simple.
There is no alternative. They're completely obligated under trademark law to either take action OR LOSE THE TRADEMARK.
Nintendo will have no choice *but* to take legal action once they learn of it. They're legally obligated under trademark law to do so; if they don't take action for this, they won't have justification to take action against something else at a later date too.
Basically, if they don't do something in response to this, they *will* lose their trademark under the law.
Far more interesting how passive-aggressive your response is.
They made their own bed and they can sleep in it. There's no freedom from consequences.
So now that the page is back after all that stupid prick's drama (may he be forever banned and walk with a boot wedged up his ***), how long until we have the old content back up?
Wait, so there's some petty infighting and that's the reason the downloads were taken down? That's...that's pretty ******.
Source 2 has indeedd been hinted at, but the Source 2013 SDK throws that into question.
Not true at all. Trademarks are trademarks.
That would probably mean porting to source 2013, which in itself is no small feat.
CNC: The First Decade. On amazon, $10-$15.
I propose the Heavy Railgun Defense be renamed to simply the "BFG".
I'm running into a strange issue lately with BW and Kelly's pack. Seems like sounds and animations are hitting the disk *hard*, possibly causing thrashing, and they never used to. Disk is healthy and fragmentation is minimal, and I'm pretty confused as to what could be causing this. Every time a new sound (one not cached, I guess there's in-mem caching of sounds? not sure) is played, I'm getting a stutter while the game blocks, fetches the sound from disk and then resumes.
Will the humvee-durability upgrade be something like the mesh armor for the Strykers in combat? (or will it lose that upgrade with this change?)
I'd love to see the U-2 actually aid against ground combat. Reveal stealthed positions, increase missile range, etc.
The entire point of suppressors (silencers is a misnomer, the rounds are still fairly audible outside of firefights) isn't sound but rather reducing flash.
Start keeping a changelog file for yourself if you're having problems remembering what all you've fixed/change.
Also, maybe start using version control? That can be a huge help, especially when bug-hunting.
Harkonnen is from another Westwood game though - Dune, based on the books themselves.
Should we start a pool, perhaps?