Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by brumgrunt, 8 Feb 2013.
maybe upload the pictures before publishing the article ? (HTML code on the page as well no youtube)
Pics or it didn't happen
oh dear, seems someone didn't have their coffee this morning, lol
Well that article has gone just a little bit wrong...
Here's the YouTube video that should be showing in the article:
It looks okay, not sure it's something I'd play though.
Has this been proof read? grammer is lacking.
the article is lacking
Did you proof your post? It's grammar, old bean, not grammer.
In other news: Where are the pictures?
Intravenous shot of redbull on it's way guys
Hmm, not sure how this got to published stage - working on it now. At least the images and video work now! Sorry chaps!
This looks good, shame its not in real time as that would be awesome or maybe two modes, semi-turn based and realtime
There's also some BBCode tags on the Publisher & Platform information at the top of the article to fix.
Another thing that looks like a **** game from the Eighties...MOVE ON!!
First PC games get dragged down due to console and now they get even more simplified due to tablets.
When will Dev's learn that the Lowest Common Denominator is not a good thing.
Agreed. Why would anyone want to play this when there are plenty of titles already where you can employ grand strategies and co-ordinate combined arms in real time... We need more games like SupCom (forget SupCom II), with it's straight forward yet complex and engaging gameplay, that take years to master, not this made-to-order drivel. Looking forward to Planetary Annihilation, and that RPG/RTS Chris Taylor's been working on for the last couple years.
I used to have a crappy game for PS1 that looked just like that. For the life of me I can't remember what it was called though.
I think at some point since 2006/2007 as soon as 'smart' things came out we all started to become simpler species. By 2135 we will be totally covered in hair and swinging in trees again with our samsung galaxy 3000's
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