TheDeadeye wrote:Luca, is the RP fix included that made nations go beyond their limit as stated in the manual?
I believe the limit was 30 RPs? I still think it ought to be a bit less starting in 1915+ as less and less men were probably available to be thrown into the fray and the enthusiasm waned after the dispelled illusion of a quick war's end in 1914.
I'm basing myself on doug's observations here but I did notice that sometimes the RP's (especially for Germany) could get very high.
Panama Red wrote:Since Matrix is always behind you when posting your new patches, I have been using your updated patches versus theirs, until now. The current 1.06I patch will not recoginize my Matrix serial number and refuses to load into my game.
Can you tell me why ???
Tamas wrote:I seriously don't get people's fixation with the map angle! I understand you want that rotation thingie for the gold edition but I would not sweat on it much :P It should have the lowest priority possible
Franciscus wrote:Well, but I disagree . There is no reasonable explanation for WW1 being the only strategy game known to man without a proper north-south orientation. I am sure this irked many players, as was notorious here and in the Matrix forum. Better late then never to finally correct this silly design decision. I am only afraid it might be too late...
dougbush93 wrote:The original LGG did not have a pure north-south orientation either, so that influences my view. That being said, changing the map is fine, but I'd hate to see it add months to the release of the Gold Edition. That's the point I was making.
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