[bf1942] Patch news

Mark J. DeFilippis defilm at acm.org
Sun Oct 2 16:58:51 EDT 2005

"I would also reiterate the point that until you see information regarding 
the patch on an official EA site, such as this forum or the US site, posted 
by an EA employee take any information you receive with a pinch of salt. "

Uh... Don't we take what EA employee's say with a pinch of salt already??

They will never come out with the patch that I want.  Let go of 

Thank God COD2 looks great, and F.E.A.R. is looking real good as well.
2006 looks so good for upcoming FPS'ers, I am beginning to lose interest
already.  Err... More than I already have that is. :)

I don't know... It is just interesting just how many people are
falling back on to 1942 and 42DC servers.  Minus the
rank whores of course...   Is this surprising?  No!  Hey the
8-12 y/o crowd still thinks Britney Spears has talent, but the
rest of the world knows she don't... So anything
is possible...

At 10:11 AM 10/1/2005, you wrote:
>All I can say, is I am *REALLY* hoping that they have not set themselves up
>for failure here.
>I REALLY hope that the patch comes out with no issues, and works like a
>damn, putting all our fears to rest.
>That being said, I know they are gonna screw it up.
>-----Original Message-----
>From: ScratchMonkey [mailto:ScratchMonkey at MatureAsskickers.net]
>Sent: Friday, September 30, 2005 2:19 PM
>To: bf1942 at icculus.org
>Subject: Re: [bf1942] Patch news
>Wake Island map screenshots:
> > Apologies for the frustration at the wait, however it is vital that the
> > patch be delivered in the best possible condition, improving the game
> > from where it is now and solving many of the issues and complaints which
> > have been received so far. Similarly, speculative information from us at
> > this point will undoubtedly lead to disappointment as the makeup of the
> > final, release, patch will not be set in stone until it enters the final
> > testing phase.
>I love the "we don't want feedback" attitude. Yeah, good way to insure the
>"best possible condition". Classic corporate thinking, totally fearful of
>the perverse laws that deny good communication to "protect" the

Mark J. DeFilippis                    defilm at acm.org
                                       defilm at ieee.org

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