I don't understand why they are so pent up over this military base. The radio station will only tell their troops where to fall back.
I can see a lot better use for this than putting it on buildings. How often do buildings in the first world get bombed anyway and what affect will it have on demolishing them when needed? Put them in carparks, as crash barriers and traffic devices, even fencing walls, anything to hold cars back so they cannot cause greater damage to others.
If you're talking about that gameplay demo they showed at a E3 event, you will be very disapointed. The game looks similar but storywise they took those parts out and they are not in the finished game!
Here's my complaints:
16:9 resolutions on a 16:10 monitor is bugged. Any 16:9 resolution you pick the game will stretch it out to 16:10.
Mouse sensitivity is screwed up as you say. One it is too sensitive and two it seems to move in y axis faster than in the x, so when youre walking you view moves up and down too much , and I'm not talking about the head bob.
If there are stairs that are part of a building you have to jump to walk up them unlike all the other stairs in your path.
Game is very linear in your choice and it is very short. I finished it in 10 hours yesterday.
During the game and in the menus I have to hit the enter key. I can't remember when I last had to use the enter to in a game other than for chatting.
The Menus are very dumbed down and simplified. If you want to get to the nitty gritty stuff you have to edit the ini files.
You cannot manually save. All saves are automatic and you dont know when it happens, which means if you die you dont know if those items you last picked up have to be picked up again. Also makes it harder if you just want to explore the place and not worry about dying because if you die its hard to keep track of your progress unlike if you could exactly when you wanted to.
These are the main things that annoy me about the game.
The xbox team was smart enough not to use wince.
There is some truth to that that the Chairman of SEGA went to microsoft and begged them xbox dreamcast compatible but microsoft said no. Probably because it would need to run wince which microsoft knew was shit. http://kotaku.com/5447897/how-xbox-could-have-helped-the-dreamcast-survive
After the Dreamcast got discontinued. miccrosoft snapped up a SEGA executive to head their xbox marketing and promotion department.
They made their mistake before pissing off Newell and making him leave microsoft. When he did, he founded steam along with another ex microsoft employee.
Wouldn't that make them pure assbattery?
Or they just keep throwing money at their turd products no matter how much money it loses until it becomes successful eg xbox
I am an Aussie and I am glad if this will get these companies off facebook and run their own services. I am sick and tired of companies blackmailing their customers for a "like" to get their advertising.
Good to see more manufacturers jumping on the pcb computer craze. So long as these can't run windows (which microsoft wouldnt do since it would eat into their profits), Linux marketshare will only grow. (I'm counting Android as Linux too).
It looks very probable that these pcb computers will be the starting point towards building smart automated appliances in the home.
I hate how I can't access some sites, pay more for some services (eg steam, adobe) or get inferior counterparts eg (low quality steams).
This would kinda screw up agreements where IP isnt licensed for use in Australia or say censored/not released here yet but it would sure make a lot of Australians happy.
I dont know why but they seriously made me laugh out loud. lol. good job.
How did I miss the office bug. That one burnt them so bad. In fact for me it discouraged me from upgrading office (I was a student back then so I didn't have to send much money to ms) because I knew if I stayed with the older version I would be able to open all my own files perfectly while if I upgraded I was taking a risk especially with my financial stuff.
Add to that:
Stupid ms plugin that automatically added itself to Firefox and wouldn't install. oops said ms. Mozilla had to release a hotfix to disable the plugin for all users.
hotmail not working properly for Opera users. A bug made hotmail keep sending an incomplete file to Opera browsers. the developers of operas first alerted ms and then sent them a physical letter. Both were ignored.
ms crying for interoperability in the early msn days and then when msn got king marketshare, third party chat programs would be mysteriously locked out when they tried to access msn chat servers.
ms is at it again with windows rt