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No.271857 ViewReplyOriginalReport
I love epic historical fiction that revolves around the construction of a cathedral. Will I like this game?

No.273266 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Do you think its worth creating an Open Source Hearts of Iron IV clone?
What would you change?
What would you keep?
What would be the hardest aspect of development?

If I were to lead development,
>Do away with 3D, so it is highly performative and easy to develop.
>Stronger emphathis on Economics.
>Allow for queuing up decisions.
>Allow for Factory Build Orders.
>Copy a comprehensive mod from HOI4, to handle things like unique tech trees and the like.
>Building of Railways to handle logistics and economic development.
>gulag system for handling prisoners of war, jews, etc.
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No.265188 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Why is the health system in the combat mechanics of Attila (as well as the other newer total war games) bad?
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No.247204 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
What's the potential for this one? Is it worth it to get it right now?
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Gears Tactics

No.277297 ViewReplyOriginalReport
General discussion, XCom rip off? Or decent gaem. Best character builds/equipment, general tips, etc.

Myth The Fallen Lords / Soulblighter

No.255196 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Anyone else still plays this?
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No.266304 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
Do you have any speculation on a potential CoH 3? Any hopes? Will Lelic finally add authentic uniforms and commanders or will they meme it up even harder? How hard will they neuter the modding community?
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No.236855 ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
This is the best RTS game ever made. This is true innovation. Shove your derivative gook clickfests up your asses.
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I just played it for the first time

No.273466 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What did I think of it?
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No.274897 ViewReplyOriginalReport
How much of a point is there to play Total War campaigns beyond the first fifty years or so? I played Rome for literally thousands of hours as a kid and recently got into Rome II, and after I take nine or ten provinces the game feels like it becomes a management sim with no one able to oppose me. I played the Britons on legendary and meeting Rome at like 200 BC was a massive challenge, I got my ass kicked, but then playing through it the second time I realized there was just nothing to do after beating the Romans. Will I meet some massive AI final boss if I play it all the way through? Or does the challenge of the campaign just fall off?
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