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by Space
Tue 26 Jun 2012 21:47
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: How to keep W:EE going strong
Replies: 119
Views: 14419

Re: How to keep W:EE going strong

I've not been here for a while and I've almost forgotten about W:EE now. I'm not sure that Eugen could do anything now that would make me want to play W:EE again, but I hope their next game is better. All the problems in W:EE were pointed out in beta feedback (Main point in my feedback was lack of F...
by Space
Sat 9 Jun 2012 15:16
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: Eugen working on two RTS games
Replies: 53
Views: 6035

Re: Eugen working on two RTS games

1. Make a Supcom 1 clone
2. Profit
by Space
Wed 30 May 2012 13:23
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: Elitism is not helping new players.
Replies: 41
Views: 4270

Re: Elitism is not helping new players.

Host your own game and play at your own level. Level isn't a great indicator of skill, but together with ELO levels it is still an indicator, it's all that we have. Stacked teams and lack of games has totally turned me off W:EE for the last 1-2 weeks. I'm back to playing RUSE and having 10 times mor...
by Space
Wed 23 May 2012 08:41
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: geitng worse after playin more and more(much better now ;)
Replies: 9
Views: 2200

Re: geitng worse after playin more and more...

There's an old quote: "Professional soldiers are predictable; the world is full of dangerous amateurs." Maybe your 'noob' tactics caught a lot of people out? For example, when the game was released a lot of people used heli spam with a certain degree of success - then people quickly learnt...
by Space
Mon 21 May 2012 16:21
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: How to keep W:EE going strong
Replies: 119
Views: 14419

Re: How to keep W:EE going strong

In RTS-genre majority of players are mature who likes thinking, learning and good meta-games. So in that perspective most of the people can play well or very well. Of course if you are new in the game, you have to learn it. For example I was totally newbie in this genre and I lost most of my battle...
by Space
Sun 20 May 2012 13:51
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: How to keep W:EE going strong
Replies: 119
Views: 14419

Re: How to keep W:EE going strong

All in all, it seems the community has pretty much got its act together, for the most parts. I'd say that actually the community is one of the best aspects of this game, hands down. If mod tools were released, we could look forward to a mod scene somewhat similar to Homeworld 2. Mod tools needed to...
by Space
Sun 20 May 2012 13:43
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: Eugen Attenation: Genuine concerns for the game
Replies: 40
Views: 4337

Re: Eugen Attenation: Genuine concerns for the game

The player numbers are far too small now to justify any more significant development. I think they're on a break now until they start their next project. We might see a few minor tweaks here and there, but I very much doubt that we'll see any major patches or anything like mod tools. The game is bal...
by Space
Wed 16 May 2012 18:21
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: NATO is over powered .. or atleast much better then PACT
Replies: 85
Views: 7762

Re: NATO is over powered .. or atleast much better then PACT

REDDQ wrote:
diana olympos wrote:otherwise, i'm the opposite with you one this derp.. i think Pact reco are the best!

Which one is better than Luchs?


None of them are. Recon is one of Pact's weaknesses.
by Space
Tue 15 May 2012 04:48
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: Flame tanks (again). But this time, proposed solutions
Replies: 52
Views: 4886

Re: Flame tanks (again). But this time, proposed solutions

Artillery is really only effective on the smaller forests - in the larger forests like those found on fulda gap, it's easy to move around and avoid the fire. Even if I lose some infantry, they're easily and cheaply replaced and meanwhile I am keeping all that artillery busy. I would also be hitting ...
by Space
Sun 13 May 2012 00:39
Forum: Wargame : European Escalation
Topic: Why is nato so awfully bad at AA?
Replies: 113
Views: 9402

Re: Why is nato so awfully bad at AA?

As opposed to the highly effective attempts at using terrible, useless units? Yep, in my experience there's lots of those players - they should stick to single player or 1v1 if they want to use lol units. Translation: if you don't play the game my way then you are dumb... Nice... If it involved blo...

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