sorella

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sorella last won the day on May 8

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  1. Tough fight, mate but keep on. Treasure each day and fight to push the bad stuff out. You can do it.
  2. So you're saying CRS and we subscribers should become drug dealers then? I mean, those of us who aren't already? Kind of proves the old rumours of where all the money went doesn't it?
  3. The idea of 'regional' or area AOs is a good one and has been outlined in detail in Kilemall's 'New AO' (NAO) system thing. There's a lot of posts about it around. The other stuff, yeah its irritating or tiresome but I'm not seeing the 'make a mission' issue (tho there is a new one about missions /spawning from one - but rarer now if not gone) - and some are cosmetic. Would imagine some of this is being dealt with by Rats 2.0 + Volunteers as they can get to it. Log in more: your side needs you at that FB right now.
  4. go Doc! you should post your diet in OT - sounds a lot like the stuff those guys are trying.
  5. wb no clue about the GeForce tech stuff. Preferences tab can be reached on any screen - Persona / Active Battles / Mission Select / Unit Select - via upper right tab mouse click other than when actually spawned into the game as a unit.
  6. you need the new & improved guardunit5000 models. ask Nily for the custom DLC secret code.
  7. pville not a victory. stalemate, like a lot of battles these days on both sides. window snipers? also abundant on both sides- its where new players hang out. just need to make the windows bigger and give'em time to learn how to get out without dying, and what to do or where to go once they out.
  8. don't hate anyone. just pointing out certain long-term fixations. we are humble, ordinary, get-stuff-done if you can, run of the mill player-people and switched sides a while ago; nothing to do with mess or not; had to do with play style preference - just like yours, your squad's or matamor's. it takes all kinds, on all sides to make the game work. but the allied style then, and still, seemed absorbed with self-absorption and personal success rather than side success. which is fine, its every player's choice. but as you say - you get what you play for. been around long enough to have seen that ez-mode goes in waves and switches sides every 2/3/4 or 5 campaigns and goes in cycles. and our all's $$$ is where it belongs - subscribing to the game.
  9. +10/ half wanted what we've got, the other half wanted what we used to have and the the third half wanted something different than the first two halves. now the 4th half wants what they wanted, only different, because what they wanted in the first place didn't turn out to be what they wanted at all.
  10. more like not enough STATS mate. you killing the wrong stuff and not enough of it and in the wrong place. we got 2 fb kills at Pville yesterday. seemed to make y'alls go away. defenders at pville feel the same way. attackers had endless inf and tanks to spawn from 4 garrisons and 4 spawnables. maybe y'alls want it so the defender supply exactly matches the number of players? 5 rifles, 1 mortar, 1 smg, 1 lmg per garrison? kill them off and win?
  11. we all understand this. WWIIOL 2.0 would be a big project that would take tons of money (way more than $600k) and a long time - Shroud of the Avatar (Garrett) started in 2013 with $1.9M crowd-sourced, another $1M investors, and $400 one time subs to contribute new art assets - its still basically in FTP with micro-xactions beta. Iron Harvest CS'd $1.5M; Wasteland3 CS'd, $3M+; ShenMueIII $6M+; all still unreleased. keeping 1.0 alive (or floating or on hold) whilst trying to move towards a crowd-sourced 2.0 - would be a difficult, literally game-changing, high stakes, long-term, big deal decision for CRS and the volunteers. but hey, as they say in NYC, yanevahknow. and congrats, major, on the somewhat positive, forward-looking, in-your-heart-you-love- this-game-post. keep 'em coming.
  12. dear debbie downer: you are trying to be negative, you are nothing but negative but you are anything but a critical thinker, to wit: any subscription game surviving today is essentially, prima facie, crowdfunded CRS 2.0 has had a least three if not more successful crowd-funding campaigns to improve and update aspects of the game already whatever one chooses to think of CRS 1.0/ the 2.0s have updated the game, physically, technically and with new gameplay elements and units more in the last 2 years than the previous 10 ten years not trying to be indelicate, as you might say, but with all the things wrong with the game, CRS and some subscribers are tying to move ahead to make it better - will it work? who knows. its adapted and overcome so far, longer than most other games. so one can only urge you to step up, subscribe and join the crowd, or as a non-paying, holier than thou, endlessly repetitive critic with no substance, just STFU - because so far, you contribute nothing of value - no ideas, no insights and no money.
  13. so like we're going to crowdfund a WW2 Space Game?