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OliverReed

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  1. No - we have not had four patches. We've had content updates to deliver what should have been shipped with the original game; a few bugs may have been bundled with these updates. It is not amazing. It is a pathetic attempt to make up for an initial shoddy release.
  2. Wow Pritzl! Approx. 50 complimentary posts since joining on 19th Novemeber. Which one of the Grin dudes are you?
  3. Alternatively, it could be a totally a mis-conceived and ill-wrought glass that fails to address many of the liquid containment requirements of its’ users. Now that’s a better interpretation of the AW/glass analogy
  4. Pre-order? Not a ****** chance! I bridle at the very thought of it. A demo and any subsequent reviews are going to have to be SPECTAULAR!! for me to even consider AW2
  5. Dream on.... disillusioned AW players. Just my opinion - but after the disaster that was AW for the PC, I'd be surprised if they even bother with a version for the PC next time around. And even if they did, if you ever think that any future release with the tag "Ghost Recon" is going to replicate the heady days of the original title - then think again. . PC games are no longer about gameplay or listening to what gaming communities want - its about shifting units. Especially conversion-from-360 units. The best that you could possibly for hope for is that the amateur workshop Grin take no further part - and that UBI use some other third-party developer to port their dumbed-down console game to the PC. That way you might still get a c**p game, but it would run okay. I reckon that people in the near future will soon get fed up of waiting for future PC releases of favoured titles to be delievered and go back to modding existing games to give them the game experience they want - whether that be a simple mod or total conversion. I just don't see a bright future for games developed specifically for the PC - especially by UBI. Just my thoughts. Ollie out.
  6. Have to agree
  7. With Christmas just around the corner here's a fruitcake recipe that will help take the stress out of this normally stressful time. Ingredients: 1 cup water 1 cup sugar 4 large eggs 2 cups dried fruit 1 tsp salt 1 cup brown sugar 3 oz lemon juice 1 cup nuts 1 gallon Absolute Vodka. First, sample the vodka to check for freshness. Take a large bowl. Check the vodka again to be sure it is of the highest quality. Pour 1 level cup of the vodka and drink it. Repeat. Repeat again. Turn on the electric mixer . Beat 1 cup of butter in a large fluffy bowl. Add water, eggs and 1tsp sugar and beat again. Make surr the vodca is still OK. Cry another tup. Turn off mixers. Chuck in the cup of dried frutt or something. Mix on the turner. If the fried druit gets struck on the beaterers, pry it loose with a drewsciver. Sample the vodka to check for tonsistancity. Next, sniff two cups of salt. Or something. Who cares? Check the vodka. Now sniff the lemon juice and strain your nuts. Add one tablespoon of sugar or something. Watever. Grease the oven. Turn the cake tin 350 degrees. Don't forget to beat off the turner. Whip the bowl out the window. Check the vidka again. Go to bed. Who the hell likes fruitcake anyway.
  8. Reading the manual. Written in the spirit of Zen - so few words with possibly much hidden meaning. *sound of one hand clapping* for the manual
  9. Ghost Recon: A Wrongful Promotional Concept
  10. I agree. Good post. I only think people in the industry or people who have undertaken huge mods really understand how much work there is to create the game experience you (as in the team working) are aiming for. And as a developer you'll have to cut down to bare minimum to get it done as fast as possible to get some income. Well as a faceless customer - I don't give a damn who suffered what. I paid £34.99 and got a work-in-progress game that masqueraded itself as a finished product. Those of use who bought this game at launch have been seriously misled.
  11. Grin’s Ridiculous Attempt Which People Condemned Global Ridicule At Wannabe PC Contender
  12. GRAW PC: Get Rich At Witless Plebs’ Cost Grab Revenue And Watch People Cry
  13. Yeah - me too!
  14. Improved from what? A p**s poor initial release to what we have now - still a below par attempt at a tactical FPS still riddled with bugs? Sure its been improved - but only by adding things that people normally expect from FPS games - i.e. expected content (DM, TDM etc), SADS etc. Point is, we shouldn't have had to ask for these improvements in the first place. We shouldn't be thanking Grin for listening to us and releasing this stuff - it should have all been there at the start.
  15. But for all that - has it been worth it? Despite all of the interaction with the Grin dudes - ask yourself, what are you left with?