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About -GR-Operative

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  1. The funny thing is that I did know it, misspelled it :)
  2. This mod is amazing! Just wanted to let the modder know we (the players) appreciate all the efforts you went through to deliver this masterpiece for our enjoyment! :)
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    USA Politics Thread - *No gun debate*

    Well, It's actually a representative democracy. You must trust the guy elected will do what the majority thinks is right.
  4. Saw this on Facebook. I'm really impressed.
  5. "'Over 100 sq km' falls in '100 to 400' right?"
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    December 2012 status update

    2013 as in calendar year or as in fical year? If the latter, that guarantees an earlier release, because the 2014 FY starts in October 2013.
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    Israel - Gaza - What should we do if anything.

    Wrong, in your scenario, attacking an UN state calls for foreign intervention ;)
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    USA Politics Thread - *No gun debate*

    So, I heard talks about new secession interest arousing again in the States; how far you think it'll go? I guess the secessionists don't stand much of a chance in open voting... unless something really out of normality occurs in the near future.
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    Battlefield 1942 is now FREE on Origin

    I played the demo again some months ago, plenty of servers to play, and lot's of people playing, even the demo containing only one map (Wake Island).
  10. If you addon includes BIS assets, and that guys is reselling them (selling a new license, whatever) you could speak to BIS about it. Also, correct me if I'm wrong, doesn't Arma2 licence prohibits selling addons?
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    Star Wars: Episode 7

    Sounds like remakes to me. (if not, then Star Wars: Legacy please!)
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    ArmA, view distance and the curvature of Earth

    The same failed reasoning: the people doing the multi/singleplayers aspect of the game are not the same people doing the terrain/geometric aspect of the game.
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    Total War: Rome II

    It's now possible to mod Shogun 2. CA waited til they could sell all the DLCs and then released the mod tools :T
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    Chivalry Medieval/War of Roses

    Am I the only one that played Die By The Sword some 10 (15?) years ago? :) It was very innovative, and I never seem again another game using it's approach to combat. You could swing the sword using the mouse or the number keyboard (like, you press '9' Enric holds his sword upward, pointing a bit to the right, then you press '1' and he does a diagonal downward slash). I also like the Jedi Knight 2: Jedi Outcast and Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy approach, where the left mouse button actually triggers the attack motion, but you can direct it by pressing the directional arrows. So, if you wanted to do a horisontal left to right slash, you'd need to press the right button right before pressing the left mouse button. ~~~~~~ I'm highly curious about how these two games handle the melee mechanics...
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    Postcards From A Furious China, or A new Star of David found in China

    Comparing the nukes at Hiroshima and Nagazaki to the Rape of Nanking makes no sense: the nuking was a response, but also an ultimate. It was obvious the japanese would surrender after it. But the most important part, it was perpetraded by the US, not by China itself. There must be a national feeling that China never took revenge, I would think. This is fuelled, also, by the denial of the scope of the massacre itself by a good share of japanese scholars. Any chinese forum comrade, please correct me if I am wrong.