Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby Woozle » Sun 10 Jan 2016 06:58

Sovereign wrote:What is the Release date for Wargame 4: Global Conflict?

Featuring new nations and coalitions from the Middle East, Africa, Indo-China, South America and more!
-Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Morocco, South Africa
-Brazil, Chile, Argentina
-India, Pakistan, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam
-Finland, Ukraine, Italy,

Featuring an improved naval system centered on partol boats/coastal support and amphibious assault ships rather than naval-to-naval engagement. Also more amphibious vehicles and LCAC :)

Also featuring an extended timeline from 1939-2006 :o

Featuring less bugs and more stability :P
Almost all of these nations are ANZAC levels of playability, and that timeline would be awful, how does ATGM HELL sound?

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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby Drang » Sun 10 Jan 2016 20:27

Sovereign wrote:What is the Release date for Wargame 4: Global Conflict?

Featuring new nations and coalitions from the Middle East, Africa, Indo-China, South America and more!
-Turkey, Israel, Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Morocco, South Africa
-Brazil, Chile, Argentina
-India, Pakistan, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam
-Finland, Ukraine, Italy,

Featuring an improved naval system centered on partol boats/coastal support and amphibious assault ships rather than naval-to-naval engagement. Also more amphibious vehicles and LCAC :)

Also featuring an extended timeline from 1939-2006 :o

Featuring less bugs and more stability :P

I'm going to assume this is satire, as opposed to cancer.

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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby Random » Mon 11 Jan 2016 16:29

Map editor is a no.

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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby Oktoberfest » Mon 11 Jan 2016 16:55

kiheerSEDMAN wrote:
Sovereign wrote:Also featuring an extended timeline from 1939-2006 :o
How about...no.


Yeah ! Let's balance Panzer I vs Leo2A7 !!

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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby Steamfunk » Mon 11 Jan 2016 17:34

There's no problem with extending the timeline, as long as matches are era-defined. It would be interesting to see a few more of the units that were made before 1990.

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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby molnibalage » Mon 11 Jan 2016 18:34

Steamfunk wrote:There's no problem with extending the timeline, as long as matches are era-defined. It would be interesting to see a few more of the units that were made before 1990.

The era of ALB was perfectly selected. The era shift and insane unit extension and demigod unicorn units only ruined the game. :(

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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby Drang » Tue 12 Jan 2016 00:21

molnibalage wrote:
Steamfunk wrote:There's no problem with extending the timeline, as long as matches are era-defined. It would be interesting to see a few more of the units that were made before 1990.

The era of ALB was perfectly selected. The era shift and insane unit extension and demigod unicorn units only ruined the game. :(

you clearly never played against Coca-Cola Defender

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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby urogard » Tue 12 Jan 2016 02:47

Drang wrote:
molnibalage wrote:
Steamfunk wrote:There's no problem with extending the timeline, as long as matches are era-defined. It would be interesting to see a few more of the units that were made before 1990.

The era of ALB was perfectly selected. The era shift and insane unit extension and demigod unicorn units only ruined the game. :(

you clearly never played against Coca-Cola Defender

ALB was great, if you'd remove Cat C as deck bonus and bring units within ALBs timeframe and updated mechanics (arty fire rayes, napalms, ke minimum dmg, interceptors) from RD, it'd be even better and most likely above RD
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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby KattiValk » Tue 12 Jan 2016 03:06

Drang wrote:you clearly never played against Coca-Cola Defender
100% Gavin. Death before dismount. :D

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Re: Questions to developers about future of Wargame series

Postby The W:AB Noob » Tue 12 Jan 2016 06:49

Sovereign wrote:Featuring less bugs and more stability :P

There aren't a whole lot right now, compared to some other games currently popular.
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