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About Jeepo

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  1. This! ^^ Well done BIS and the PR guys! ;)
  2. My way of looking at this is quite simple. BIS make ArmA. I love ArmA. Therefore I will happily buy the DLC. Now, I won't do this with EA, with Creative Assembly and many others. What's the difference? Well, BIS are a relatively small developer making something that is HUGE is scope, and I have loved them since the original OpFlashpoint. If BIS went under what would we have? COD? BF3 (Which will be great, but without mod tools I am very disappointed). I am happy to pay a few quid for some decent models. If someone isn't that's fine, it's their money, but the key point is that we continue to get the choice.
  3. Woman Jeans...........Man I hope you mean Gaz.........Trololo! :D
  4. Guys................. This has been talked about before over the course of all 114 pages, multiple times, trust me I have read them all. Lets draw a line here yet again, because it seems to be the same old haters jumping up and down on stuff they already know the answer too......... PR is a standalone mod, its core will not be used by anyone else, and as such it is for MP only. WHEN you get to load up PR it recommends you do NOT USE IT for SP as it will break things. That is how it was made. There will be no pulling apart of the mod to use it customised online, or adding in content that the PR Devs did not put there themselves. I really hope this clarifies stuff. I honestly think many of you are simply not quite getting the point, the PR mod is a MODIFICATION, game play and all, NOT just some extra assets. As such protection will be there to ensure that you play it the correct way, so no, you can't add in some US marines or whatever as that would break the entire mod. As for those of you who think this is in some way unfair? Meh, really it isn't, but thats your outlook on things and your right to moan is there. All they are doing is ensuring a fair and equal level of game play across the MP servers. Think about it. Why have to download a ton of different stuff, when all you need is the PR mod and you can jump on a PR server and play. Bingo.
  5. Well, in case you guys have not picked up on it yet, the PR mod team has its own way of doing things, and its own way of showing them to the world. Wait out, its worth it. As for the proof, they have an entire mod out already and the things they have done to the BF2 engine, and what they have planned for the near future are truly sensational. Surely that is proof enough to show you these guys mean business. Plus I am a PR: ArmA tester, so yeah, it all works........;)
  6. I will give you 1 guess who is working on this then..........;)
  7. AAS is not a PR made game mode, you are right. But they definitely have put their own spin on it in these last few years, along with the Insurgent game mode, and my personal favourite, CnC..............:D
  8. Listen, you can't spell Drama without ArmA. With that said, what UKF done is the correct decision. By doing so it ensured that the work that those guys have been doing for MONTHS was not given away out of spite. If anything this "drama" you off handedly refer to has shown me one thing. There are elements in this community who do good things, and it certainly helps to reaffirm my faith in the general population of the ArmA player-base. He attempted to give away the mod files, he got reported. He attempted to use his very limited background on the inner working of the mod to push his clan forward, they rejected him. Good things, by good people. Lets not be so harsh and fast to jump in and judge then eh? If it was your mod I would expect nothing less. And I can bet what HAS been put on these forums is a bare minimum sent out on a need to know, to ensure that people are kept abreast of the situation, and can help to protect the mod by reporting any further attempts at a breach. The good deeds done in reaction by the community has done more to reaffirm the position of the BIS forums in my eyes that a hundred other threads here have, so for the guys involved in protecting the integrity of the ArmA modding community, thanks!
  9. Sadly it is real, and not a trick. While this is being dealt with, just continue to have patience. The team appreciates the support and feedback, but do please bare in mind that this breach by Bruce will set this back a bit, as not certain needless things will need to occur, so if you want to take out your frustrations...........:) Now, back on to the serious note, more videos will be coming in the future, as UK_Force has stated a page or so back, and it will be showing all the things you want to see, and much much more. Lets just wait and see huh?.................;)
  10. A TOW hitting a Tank: http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=10d_1283448217 Best video I have seen. I imagine a Jav would do similar damage. But lets get this thread back on track! :)
  11. Then it drops your current kit and you take the sniper..........
  12. Your grasp of the English language amuses me. :D Seriously though, while either UKF or Gaz should be the ones to answer this, it is as deadfast said. No commercial intent is planned for PR: ArmA2. I can safely say that. The only commercial interest PR has is for PR: 2, and even then it is very much up in the air. This is shown in links attached to previous posts. Please do take the time to read them, it really helps convey the information and prevents people thinking that others are simply trolling for an arguement! :)
  13. I would like to interject slightly in here........ I rarely get involved over here in the BIS community, because I can not be bothered with the in-fighting and bickering. But the BIS admins have done a good job so far of trying to keep this thread respectable. Background about me: I am the Game Officer for ArmA over at Tactical Gamer, which essentially means I am in charge. We have a large, active community, and ourselves faced a few negative thoughts and comments from some sides of our ArmA community regarding PR. However, that has been set to rights now. TG has been through it all, from back in OFP, to ArmA and ACE, to current ACE2 and ACRE testing. My background in ArmA and our TG ArmA community dictates that I can in no way be called a "PR fanboy", but I am a tester of PR: ArmA 2, and let me tell you, it will change things. There is no doubt about that in my mind, people who even considered playing PvP in ArmA will get a real eye opener. It is a realistic, exciting dynamic game. Just like its brother PR: BF2. I still play it, simply because I am a junky, I live for those moments, waiting for that perfect CAS bomb before 25 guys go "into the breach". And so far, PR: ArmA2 has exceeded even those. I can no longer even consider the thought of going back to shooting bots. Sure I still do it to hang with my mates who don't get to play PR yet, but what's a guy to do, we all have to slum it some times! ;) Do not be afraid of the unknown. Let the PR DEV's announce it their way, let them make it their way. They will anyway, because they always have, and it has always worked. You don't win awards and legions of fans for nothing. Sit back, chill, and enjoy the highlights reels. Once it is released the real fighting will begin! ;) Jeepo