New All-Seeing Eye

A new version 1.4 of The All-Seeing Eye server browser is now available, offering, among other things, a couple of timely new features that have been implemented impressively quickly: Operation Flashpoint dedicated server support, and Return to Castle Wolfenstein multiplayer test support.
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Re: I'm Impressed
Sep 16, 2001, 16:07
anon@24.9
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Re: I'm Impressed Sep 16, 2001, 16:07
Sep 16, 2001, 16:07
anon@24.9
 
Um, is that a flaw, or a feature?
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Re: I'm Impressed
Sep 16, 2001, 12:28
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Re: I'm Impressed Sep 16, 2001, 12:28
Sep 16, 2001, 12:28
 
Wait - I found a flaw. It can't play Daikatana. Damn.

Schnapple

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Re: TASE Rocks :)
Sep 16, 2001, 11:42
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Re: TASE Rocks :) Sep 16, 2001, 11:42
Sep 16, 2001, 11:42
 
holy sh*t!!! this stuff is rawkz!!!!!! i'm uninstalling all gamespyware right now and transfering my life savings to the author (buying 200+ licenses ;))

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I'm Impressed
Sep 16, 2001, 11:36
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I'm Impressed Sep 16, 2001, 11:36
Sep 16, 2001, 11:36
 
Okay, so like I never really got around to playing Half-Life and its bretheren (Counter-Strike,Day of Defeat, etc.) online, so just yesterday I fired up GameSpy. There are, of course, 15,000 Half-Life servers out there so any server browser would take a while to update them all. That's not a big deal. What is a big deal however is that after GameSpy updates them all it takes a long time to recover. This sucks.

Plus last night I was having like almost no luck getting on a Return to Castle Wolfenstein server, and GameSpy 3D obviously doesn't support that just yet, so I figured it might be neat to see what this program is like.

Wow. Takes less time to update, is quick concerning mod directories, and will actually exit in less than an hour. Makes me wish I never paid the $20 for GameSpy. Couple that with the $20 I wasted on GameLaunch and they totally ripped me off.

Having said that, GameSpy Arcade is still kickass for anything that's not a FPS. Whenever you want a game of Monopoly or Civilization II or Chess, GSA rocks.

I had heard a while back that GS is hard at work on GameSpy 3D 3.0. I hope it's better amd I'll probably give newer versions of GS3D a spin to see if they're any better, but unless TASE pisses me off I'll be floating them a $20 in the next month or so.

Schnapple

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Re: TASE Rocks :)
Sep 16, 2001, 09:32
Quboid
 
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Re: TASE Rocks :) Sep 16, 2001, 09:32
Sep 16, 2001, 09:32
 Quboid
 
Have to agree with you. I can't stand Lamespy - bloat, ads, slow - you name a minus, Gamespy has it.

If TASE was better documented it would be great. As it is, it's only the best.

Cheers,
Xain

War doesn't decide who's right - just who's left.
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Re: TASE Rocks :)
Sep 16, 2001, 00:34
zig
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Re: TASE Rocks :) Sep 16, 2001, 00:34
Sep 16, 2001, 00:34
zig
 
TASE owns all gamespy products.. it's fast.. there's no bloat.. and it supports every game i play

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Re: TASE Rocks :)
Sep 16, 2001, 00:14
anon@24.251
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Re: TASE Rocks :) Sep 16, 2001, 00:14
Sep 16, 2001, 00:14
anon@24.251
 
I prefer GameSpy Arcade - it handles just about every game under the sun. There are a few hundred people hanging out in the wolfenstein room right now.
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TASE Rocks :)
Sep 15, 2001, 23:04
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TASE Rocks :) Sep 15, 2001, 23:04
Sep 15, 2001, 23:04
 
I continue to be impressed by this server browser. It does everything I need efficiently and quickly without the bloat and cluttered, unintuitive design of GameSpy. These incredibly fast updates have only further impressed me.

Pete

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