I too am in no rush for the damage indicators. I think they can still work in the game but not without some effort to make them less obtrusive on the screen and a bit more readable (no gothic fonts!) as well as visually appealing. I have suggestions on how to do this but I will spare you all now
I always thought it was comical when they’re on the ground Dead/Bleeding out and the hits Keep-On registering.
The cues can easily been turned off on the career panel when they will be back in. It mostly to educate new players on what weapons do in term of damage and what all those cool sounds actually signify (sexy ricochet sound when saved by cover and jam sound)
Best is the notification when cover saves. Great to see what really protects and what not.
I agree with that, the ‘Cover Saves’ were a really cool discovery. 🙂 And the level of over-kill, like when they take 87, 21, 103 & then 42 points of damage, cute. Almost like you can hear the troops saying, “Shoot at Me asshole…!”
The Flash issue is a combo of Adobe discontinuing support and major browsers Chrome, Firefox, etc. actively working towards zero Flash support in a multi-phase process. You see, Flash is a technology used for more than just making games. Ten years ago it was what most if not all ads, interactive content, video players, etc. were built with. Today…[Read more]
I’m still down for more LW, really itching to play it!
Ditto Mo-Tah, I think the number keys have to get some priority. I also really like your idea of a scatter button. That kind of feature is in line with my MnB3 ideology which is that the game interface should be as simple and powerful as the actual gameplay is unfair and brutal.
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Experienced my first crash today on first run of .24c. Using Chrome, and it happened just at the start of the second match (i.e. I just clicked “Keep Going”) on a fresh profile.
Here is a video:
Perhaps its cause I clicked too fast and cut the announcer off? haha
Ironically, the PHP upgrade allows us to use an up to date version of the wiki and thus the latest security features. The unintended consequence of the upgrade was that a WordPress security plugin called Wordfence had to be disabled. Thus a window opened for the horde of bots we saw yesterday.
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