[bf1942] Well EA, at least you tried.
Reinder P. Gerritsen
reinder at strikerz.net
Thu Oct 6 13:31:01 EDT 2005
I pretty much did, even ran a BF42 server for a while.
But, perhaps to soon, I quit because of linux binaries always's being on the last tit. There's little juice coming out. Always the last to update, always the performance gap.
I'm also on the list for regular BF42 news - not that there is realy much - and would have appreciated a split in mailing lists when BF-V and BF2 came out... Then again, if I see how things evolved with the new games, it's pretty much the same story all over again... Not tempted at all to look at B2 until perhaps it's in the "€5,- per retail discount" baskets at the local grocery stores
From: Paul Bowsher [mailto:paul.bowsher at gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2005 10:20 AM
To: bf1942 at icculus.org
Subject: Re: [bf1942] Well EA, at least you tried.
Well why don't more people go and play 1942? It's still very much a
valid game, and in my opinion much more fun and involving.
On 10/5/05, g8 at the.whole.net <g8 at the.whole.net> wrote:
> > lmao, glad they never got my money on this one... I'm still here in case
> > there are any regular bf42 discussions.
> I'm in that boat with you. Sad since I used to love the CE/BF franchise
> so much. After BFV I pretty much decided it wasn't worth wasting time
> (and money) with such a mess anymore.
> Still love the folks at DICE tho, hang in there guys :)
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