Will upcoming patch require past scenarios to be upgraded?

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  1. simovitch

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    Sorry but I have been with the team since 2005 and I have yet to see a single user-made scenario ever come close to stock-quality. Even some of the ones that come to me from Panther's DDT require several hours of cleanup and repair. I am still hopeful that one day I will see otherwise.
     
  2. 共工熙雲

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    NO.We only want practical things.
     
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  3. Kurt

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    Since " AlphaGo " beat the worlds best human ( Chinese ) player at Go ( Orient strategy game ) the Chinese and South Korean's have invested heavily in AI / intelligent systems . The Chinese military have / are researching " computer combat simulations " , " tactical advisor algorithms " and other computer / AI assisted military applications . CO2 comes under this genre , it was originally created as a military aid , not a game . It is therefore a " practical thing " . It is interesting that you say " We " , are you in the military ?
     
  4. 共工熙雲

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    "CO2" focuses on the characteristics of World War II, making the military not interested in this "simulation software".We are more optimistic about the "Point of Attack 2" that simulation software.
     
  5. Kurt

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    Interesting , I will take a look at " Point of Attack " , who makes that game ?
     
  6. Kurt

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    Just found it on UTUBE .
     
  7. Kurt

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    I see it is hex based .
     
  8. Kurt

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    Do you have an English translation of your name ? Just being friendly . :D
     
  9. Kurt

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    Just watching the game intro on Utube . Do you have an English translation of your name ? Gong workers Hee Yun , so you are Hee Yun ? 少尉
    少尉熙雲 ? Artisan / craftsman , is that your social / class group ? Just being friendly and curious :D
     
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  10. Kurt

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    Point of Attack 2.5 looks interesting , I may buy it to evaluate , particularly the AI . It is still a hex based game so not as sexy as CO2 .
     
  11. Kurt

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    你不会聊天吗?
     
  12. Kurt

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    POA 2.5 looks uninspiring , guess i will keep my $60 .
     
  13. 共工熙雲

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    XiYun is OK.

    I do not like "POA2.5" just because it's a turn-based game.
    However, its simulation of "C3I" and the simulation of modern warfare deserve "CO2" for reference.
    I am in China, there are time lags, no way to quickly reply.
     
  14. Kurt

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    The CO2 engine could quite easily be adapted to modern warfare if it had serious cash investment . The engine is unique and powerful , I have played and modded many military computer games but none like this . Hex based , turn based games do not reflect real time warfare , they are just a legacy of cardboard counter games from the late 1970's . Xi Yun , with Chinese investment just imagine what Dave & CO2 could become .:joyful:
     
  15. 共工熙雲

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    The military likes "finished works." Do not like "works with potential." The army is not a businessman.
     

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