steelwarrior77
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No patch on Steam yet

Sun Dec 07, 2014 10:13 am

Please update Steam too - does the newest patch fix the problems with the Russians not being able to pass through Poland or do I still need the user made solution?

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ERISS
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Sun Dec 07, 2014 2:00 pm

You mean that RoP on Steam is not patched 1.11, the last released update, from december 2013?
LOL, the so automatic patches of Steam.

Edit: Oh, I think I understand that you don't want to manually patch, with beta patches.
If you're lazy, you must not be also impatient, stressing the dev(s).
For me, I don't see problem with beta patches not officially released, if they are good and on dev' site (and so on my data external harddrive..).

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Sun Dec 07, 2014 2:40 pm

Nope, I mean the 1.11 not on Steam yet ;-) Betas would be great too ;-D Not impatient from 2013 on ;-D and not lazy either - that is why I registered here to support you guys and I have all these patches on my hard drive already - but it will really help the sales if patches are released on Steam too...if that is not too stressful for the devs to have sale go up on Steam ;-P as devs - like you guys who support games that long - are usually liked a lot - while not patching on Steam, means getting bashed in their forums...

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Sun Dec 07, 2014 3:16 pm

You can patch the game on steam with the patch 1.11. Use the patch for non steam version and select the folder of steam version (steamapp/common/Rise of Prussia).

Sorry i'm french and don't speak English very well.

steelwarrior77
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Sun Dec 07, 2014 3:24 pm

Thanks ;-)

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steelwarrior77
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Sun Dec 07, 2014 3:29 pm

Ok - will a new beta correct it? Then I´ll wait for it with a new campaign...what about Russians not being able to pass through Poland?

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Sun Dec 07, 2014 6:01 pm

I played in PBEM the start in 57 and no problem for Russia, supply pass in poland.

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ERISS
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Sun Dec 07, 2014 7:24 pm

steelwarrior77 wrote:Nope, I mean the 1.11 not on Steam yet

So the lazy are the devs of Steam.
not patching on Steam, means getting bashed in their forums...

Steam users bash game devs instead of Steam devs.
Steam users are compelled to be Steam fanboys: if they bash Steam devs (Gabe is the main one..), they can loose their account and then all their games. It's called Stockholm syndrom.

steelwarrior77
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Sun Dec 07, 2014 9:12 pm

Cool - so I am up for a new session in RoP ;-)

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Tue Dec 30, 2014 8:54 pm

So because the game is out among the masses and buyable on Steam where millions can see it that makes us bad for using it? And it makes it bad that Ageod is getting more publicity? The logic of anti steam people never ceases to amaze me.

I supposed you hate Paypal also, still use a fax machine and refuse to buy digital movies too right?

Nothing like dinosaurs stuck in the 1980's that are afraid of technology. ERISS how about next time you extend a warm welcome to new players instead of bashing a already low AGEOD playerbase ?
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ERISS
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Wed Dec 31, 2014 12:02 am

pvthudson01 wrote:ERISS how about next time you extend a warm welcome to new players instead of bashing a already low AGEOD playerbase ?

The good patches are here, and Steam have devs to find them and patch their drm with.
But you're right, SteelWarrior is a very cool guy, so:
Hey Mr steelwarrior77, I offer you my welcome warmth,
I'm happy you're not the provoked fanboy.


to buy digital movies

http://www.gog.com/movies

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Wed Dec 31, 2014 6:28 am

Hmm, interesting sidebar for me.
While I am not a fan of a game portal which controls all my games, I understand some players like to have a single place to go for all game play. I was a bit put off when Steam made it so difficult for me to play without being connected to their site, but what killed the Steam deal for me was when games which I had purchased were no longer available to me. This may, indeed, make me a dinosaur - I plead guilty, but I really do not understand why any game player wishes to be a part of a web site which monitors game play, limits game updates, and restricts off site play and makes it impossible to work in multiple stations. Not trying to flame or such, just mystified by those who really see a value in turning over control to some unknown somebodies.

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