ARMA II Command Team Movie
Take a look at how to command your team.
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Uhagi - Did you even bother to look for a patch before posting? We are currently on patch 1.07 - They've delivered more patches then most games get in an entire lifespan.
So the game looks good and fun to play, however sad to say if there is no update on a game for a year the chances of it's birth does not look well.
I hope this game makes it to consoles as its been advertised, ill hate for it to be cancelled after the hype like world in conflict was.
@dathill its funny because he kinda sounds like the in-game voice acting in this demonstration at time. maybe its not a coincidence? "MOVE 50 meters TO the FRONT!"
If AA2 came out for the Xbox360, it would be a definite buy for me, as I like my shooter's to be realistic and tactical. Those who slang the console's are just plain ignorant and hypocrites. I had OFP:Elite for the 1st Xbox, I even bought it in 2001 for PC, then purchased the GOTY Edition. As mentioned in the latter those who are mature minded and like their war genre types in a more mature tactical approach, then games like AA are the only types to satisfy their gaming quenches. Simple!!!
@MotoBomberXX17 ask me if i care; you xboxers get alot of games we never see, if we do its a thing of the past when we get it. i wish microsoft wasnt the rockefeller of the day, id so go mac so i dont have to put up with this "war" between microsoft jekyll's and hyde's. prime example, battlefield bad company. now ea tries washing this garbage on pc with a 2nd version? WE DONT WANT IT. WE WANT BF3. they sure as hell got enough money out of bf series. quit being cheap ea. P.S. whoever said BIS makes good games, get this game and youll hammer a nail thru your tongue into the back of your mouth.
Hmmm, it seems like it might have the potential to be a great strategic shooter... but there's a nagging sluggish feel to the whole thing. It just doesn't present itself as a game you could get that heat-of-battle rush out of and be completely engaged in. Even considering the acutely tactical gameplay angle, which i can fully appreciate, a war game (esp a FPS) still needs to give you at least a little of that magic 'DIE DIE DIE MU'F*CKA!' buzz. Maybe it will, but I can't help but be a lot more impressed with Dragon Rising at the moment. At least from what i've seen so far.
This game is going to have to much conplex controlls and its going be annoying not gonna be a good game
This game is not for everyone. It's not for people who want to run in and start smearing bad guys (or players) while bullets bounce off them and grenades cause only scratches. It's highly realistic and very diverse. It's really quite amazing. You can play it as an a sort of FPS/RTS blend, you can play it as a tactical shooter, you can play it as a great single-player team or solo game, you can fly jets and helicopters (in fairly simplified ways, about like Battlefield 2), you can drive HMMVs, tanks, trucks, motorcycles...And the best part is the editor where you can create an amazing array of missions/scenarios. It's benefited from 2 previous games (Flashpoint and ArmA), so it's very bug-free and looks amazing. --The game isn't for everyone, but for those who like military sim action, in a variety of flavors, it's awesome.
This dev. sounds like a robot. Also, it sounds like he might have recorded some of the voices for the game.
If it takes someone almost 12 minutes to explain how to command units in a game, you know that command system is detailed and thought out. However, it also means that the learning curve is very steep and not very accessible to a majority of gamers.
This game, and others like it that are going for realism, as opposed to COD-like games, would benefit GREATLY by voice commands. Really, how hard would it be to integrate it? I would gladly spend 30 minutes to record all of the commands to use in the game - sort of like mapping buttons. Ultimately, what's easier and more realistic - hitting three-button-combos or simply saying, "All, engage target" while pointing at the target? And it would probably sound a lot better than ARMA.
This game is fantastic, sooo underrated, with amazing gameplay that is so realistic. The only bad thing about the game is the voice acting. Other then that its near perfectino imo. There has never been a game this realistic. For COD fans and Halo fans, this isnt there type fo game and they will cry because its to hard for them to learn and play.