Hellscrag wrote:Yeah... because reinstallation is such an effort... man, it's just impossible... there's no justice in the world!
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UBerserker wrote:There's nothing to congratulate about a person doing a switch to something which makes his work easier...
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UBerserker wrote:I will only get 227 when it will be truly finished.
Post Posted: 15 Aug 2010, 15:41
UBerserker wrote:As "easier" I'm talking about no annoyances from the old engine and having optional stuff like emitters from the get go. If you ask me I have no interest with maps having new visual features (something which I said always). Still I don't see the point of the congratulations, aside "cool 227 is finally getting playable maps! Even better for me because I don't have UT installed!"
I will only get 227 when it will be truly finished. I don't want to be bothered about new versions being released every now and then. A mistake that even Epic somewhat did with their Unreal games (like UT3 with continuous big patches - if only those losers of Midway let Epic finish UT3 completely).
After 11 years or so in front of Unreal, I'm not caring about it anymore that much. Time has passed. One day I seriously need to move.
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sana wrote:Refusing to apply patches to video games
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So why argue about whether or not you want to have Unreal installed with or without 227? It leads to nothing. Please use this thing for constructive criticism.
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