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- Commandos: Strike Force
a new Q&A on CommandosFansite.com discussing Commandos: Strike Force
with Michael Souto: "When you have swapped out of a Commando that commando
will not move from his position. He will use the weapon in his possession
and will fire on the enemy if they move into range. Again we tested movement
but this AI movement meant that when you swapped back he could be somewhere
you didn’t want him to be, so we removed it. "
- War World: Enhanced Edition
World: Enhanced Edition Q&A on Boomtown talks with some of the folks
from Third Wave Games about the upcoming enhanced version of their online
mecha combat game: "Mech Warriors are always fighting on War World. War
World’s primary outlet for mech on mech combat (for sport and for training),
is the ACN (the Arena Combat Network). There are ACN arenas located
throughout War World – mostly inside the protected confines of the seven
city-states. However, there are many arenas that are not protected by the
laws of the city-states, where a much fiercer and deadlier form of mech
combat takes place; sometimes for sport, sometimes for punishment and
sometimes for conflict resolution."
- World War II RTS
Wargamer's World War II RTS Q&A (thanks Frans) is a conversation with
David Philippov, Project Leader on the upcoming generically named strategy
game: "We have one of the most precise damage systems in RTS games. This
means that all damages are calculated in real time. Such parameters as
armour thickness, shell speed and hit angle are taken into account.
Depending on the type of the shell: fragmentation, HE, composite,
armor-piercing or hollow charge projectile we calculate the damage in an
open or roofed vehicle."
- National Institute For Media And The Family
A Brief Chat With Dr. David Walsh is a not-so-short article-format Q&A
based on some brief comments from the head of the National Institute For
Media And The Family about their
"report card" on the video game industry.
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||Re: No subject
||Dec 6, 2005, 01:31
|I thought I was the only one following this title...
It looked incredible back in 2002-2003 when I first saw it. They are still showing the exact same screenshots to the game today.
This game should just give up and die...
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