It happens every day, every where. I've helped 3 old ladies cross the road. If you were to create your own game, Copywrite it, and offer it for sale, you would be jusified in being upset if it were to be pirated, as that would in effect be stealing from you. No reason to become so agitated. That's just a horrible joke. The original Close Combat: Invasion Normandy contains an end of battle loss report which is nicely detailed but only vaguely indicated the changes that occurred during the recently completed battle. Of course and it happens quite a bit.
David Heath would no more give these out as chew his own feet off. Can you guys even have a thread without someone shitting on another after 2 posts? This series has taken hours of my life. Quote: Between all the frustration, all the let downs, I just wanted a working game, yet there is no patches, that dont make much sence to me And I sympathsize with you. I can imagine a lot. A glimmer of hope, a little glimmer of honesty. I feel entitled to always getting the right of way while driving even with people in crosswalks for all the times I've helped old ladies across.
A one man band development that wasn't half bad, and gave a good tactical game. The existing missions needed to be re-built with the exe, and most bugs and data errors were not addressed. We creates free mods for the game, out of interest and as a passion, but the guys that have it as a work expect to get their money at the end of every month, just like the majority of us players. When it doesn't do what you want it or expect it to do? Yes, But is it any good? It's got it all just like the original game. How can u expect that, with a community made up by all the immorality, all the illegal things? Not so in the West! I would eat my hat if they ever did I have a special chocolate hat just for that sort of thing.
I can imagine a lot. Everyone wants to keep talking in this thread. Just doesn't make much sense to me is all. They just come across as disconnected rants. I told a friend I'd upload an overview of the Close Combat series.
I'm not trying to insult you for your efforts. Matrix have picked up a tired old franchise and kept it alive to feed this community and, yes, make a bit of cash out of it. To allow the use of a Web Site to engage in Copywrite infringement has been tested in Law, and the owners of a Web Site are culpable, and can be sued. Why not try to create a positive relationship with those working on the games? It was a rush job to get stuff in that was late for the initial release. If not, I think we all just need to calm down and have a Snickers. Hm, I get free updates of there product at a regular basis, I believed everyone with a legal copy of there product receive that? There is a good reason for that. Lets see They had trouble during development when the head guy got sick and was hopitalized.
I can't imagine the developers want to release a buggy product that has issues. But then maybe your intention is just to wind up or piss people off? This game is old and small time. If anything I'm demanding those same things. It's just a matter of making them act. There must be some irony in here somewhere. Quote: good night Shaun Wallace aaa!!! You need to have bigger tits to be accepted around here.
I understand that, as much as I don't want to say this at the same time we are demanding maybe a few hundred fans at most? And I did ask nicely over a year ago. No, actually, I am whining about media Pirates. I have been thinking about this for a very long time. Matrix 'only' publish the games. The qoutes are from here: I do feel the same frustration Schrecky.
Screenshots of various battlegroup screens showing used and unused slots. Sorry, no knee jerk reactions from ol' Andy Simmonds this week. Give me some time to play both games and I may soon be on the - croweded - bandwagon. Average Score See all 23 Player Reviews 6. If they want to volunteer to help something they love, by all means! Matrix Games I am sure rely on a lot of cheap and free effort from enthusiasts in order to make progress with some of their releases. In my experience, Destineer are not shy of litigation.
I've looked through their catalogue, and it's piss poor fare. However, much software has glitches, no matter how much money is pumped into it. I thought I would just be honest about this oh the irony I downloaded this game. Close Combat - The Longest Day is a highly enhanced rebuild of the critically acclaimed Close Combat Invasion Normandy, originally developed by Atomic Games. Sorry, I can't say it more nicely. Peace and Love to all. Am I going to resort to being an internet idiot? The comment above by Therion does have truth, though only in the context of big developers, really.
Great to see another positive outlook! What do you think Beebs - sorry, VonB, didnt mean to blow your cover couple of days ago my bet was that Dundradal was Drill but who knows, maybe he is flamethrower or someone worse. Yes, they have a forum, but that doesn't seem like the best method. You are arguing for theft, and that means you are ok if people rob you blind!!!! Anything less is a fraud. I mean, come on, Stwa's pirate analogy was spiralling out of control. The basic thrust was this: Selling games or software that fails to work properly is shit.