WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby Bullfrog » Mon 16 May 2016 06:59

Mike wrote:And it also set up the US and USSR as the world's only two superpower and without that, we wouldn't have the setting for Wargame!



More like falling domino, Gavrilo Princip is the real creditor for today world :lol:
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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby Fascist Pink » Mon 16 May 2016 08:12

Between the non-stop F-35 and Trump shitposting I have no idea how the quality of chat could possibly fall any lower. At this point I would welcome "muh Rommel", "muh Clean Wehrmacht," and "muh Tiger II".

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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby feeblezak » Mon 16 May 2016 08:38

Rabidnid wrote:
Fascist Pink wrote:Think about it.

. . .

It would just generally fix a lot of problems the game has :|


And add in a whole new pile of neo-fascists and other nazi fanboys that we could certainly do without. If you think the current game balance threads are tedious, add in some nazi fanboys to take whatever realism in currently in the game and distort it beyond recognition.


Implying the chat isn't full of them already :?

Tbh, due to it's ridiculous oversaturation in gaming, World War 2 no longer interests me. Like Zombies. Far too much of it about. It'd only work if it focused on the lesser-covered theatres (Africa, East Asia etc.).

Honestly I'd rather see a Middle East wargame, with 1967, 1973 and 1982 Lebanon campaigns, with the tech cut off being 1995

Based on this: viewtopic.php?f=104&t=50263
and this: viewtopic.php?f=104&t=50251
oh and this: viewtopic.php?f=104&t=50337

US and USSR as the only superpowers,
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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby Rabidnid » Mon 16 May 2016 09:06

feeblezak wrote:Implying the chat isn't full of them already :?


Most of the ones in warchat are trolls, and nothing like as offensive as the ones on the COH2 forums.

There hundreds of people with usernames like ϟ╬Hitlerpanzergwehr44╬ϟ, because they are fanboys, and they explain that the SS really weren't mass murders and had nothing to do with the deathcamps.
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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby zebtucker » Mon 16 May 2016 10:17

Maybe we can impliment a triggerwarning system for you so you dont have to be offended :lol:

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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby Razzmann » Mon 16 May 2016 10:31

Rabidnid wrote:There hundreds of people with usernames like ϟ╬Hitlerpanzergwehr44╬ϟ, because they are fanboys, and they explain that the SS really weren't mass murders and had nothing to do with the deathcamps.

They aren't fanboys, they are trolls.

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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby Xeno426 » Mon 16 May 2016 10:42

Mike wrote:
Grabbed_by_the_Spets wrote:
Shrike wrote:If we are arguing about things being overdone then all those napoleanic war games and the medieval fantasy setting should have died out ages ago. Since the release of Modern Warfare in 2007 the general market trend has been towards games about killing terrorists in the desert and we are looking at a renewed interest in sci-fi themed games.


The medieval period lasted about 400 years, the Napoleonic/Renascence about 200 or so with many, many cultural and political revolutions and idealisms.

WW2 was 4 years and achieves nothing expect making the worlds most hated man.


More like six years and one day. :P And it also set up the US and USSR as the world's only two superpower and without that, we wouldn't have the setting for Wargame!

So Eurocentric. China would have a word with you.
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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby Rabidnid » Mon 16 May 2016 10:45

Razzmann wrote:
Rabidnid wrote:There hundreds of people with usernames like ϟ╬Hitlerpanzergwehr44╬ϟ, because they are fanboys, and they explain that the SS really weren't mass murders and had nothing to do with the deathcamps.

They aren't fanboys, they are trolls.



On COH2? nah, they really aren't.
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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby feeblezak » Mon 16 May 2016 11:46

There's something about the world war 2 setting that attracts the literal scum of the human race in droves.
Give the MiG-19PFM its 5600m Missile back!!
If Someone could tell the drivers of the T-72M1M's and T-72B's to close their hatches, cheers.

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Re: WW2 is the logical setting for Wargame

Postby Mike » Mon 16 May 2016 13:28

Xeno426 wrote:
Mike wrote:More like six years and one day. :P And it also set up the US and USSR as the world's only two superpower and without that, we wouldn't have the setting for Wargame!

So Eurocentric. China would have a word with you.


China wasn't even one country in 1946. :?
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