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Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#1 14 years ago

:uhm: While my desktop is away being "repaired", I am on my dad's laptop and am not going to bother ins talling much more than Battlefield 1942. I downloaded the OF demo just to pass a little time and have questions. First, I am talking about the demo for the orginal game and not Resistance. Second, is the Ambush mission in the full game? I seem to have missed it if it is. Okay here's my question. I have played through it up to the point where the entire platoon has been wiped out. They then tell me to return to base. The first time I played I did exactly that and it says your platoon has been wiped out but you are alive, mission completed. Is there a way to still complete the orginal objectives? I have played for hours walking all over the place trying to find the last of Russians to eliminate and can't seem to find any more. If I have killed them all, doesn't that mean I have conquered the two towns? For the last two hours I have resorted to setting the speed to 4x and run over the entire area that I am allowed, shooting my gun often, just hoping I will expose someone's cover. So I guess my simple question is this, is this mission programmed with only one possible outcome?:uhm:




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#2 14 years ago

I think so. Most of the missions in OFp is programmed with one possible outcome. The only mission with two outcomes in the Original OFp is the mission before the "evacuate from everon" mission.




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#3 14 years ago

Okay, thanks. I guess my only two small gripes about the game are the programmed outcomes and officers being able to get a headshot from 200 M away with a pistol. Then again that is my fault for not finding adequate cover. Sorry for spelling.




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#4 14 years ago

agreed, they have overly perfect aim and sight, but it's better then them not having any aim nor sight




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#5 14 years ago

I wonder how long it will be before programmers can create an AI that is capable of reacting to fear, surprise, and anger. Also create one that will take cover and concealment realistically along with sight and sound. Imagine if a soldier could see through shrubs with the naked eye. *Shivers*




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#6 14 years ago

they can already




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#7 14 years ago

Then why isn't it in any games?




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#8 14 years ago

Have u played The Thing on PC or Console? that has an awsome fear, suprise, and even a trust model. Some times ur team mates get so scared they either piss their pants or shoot them selves. wen they come across a gutted carcass they vomit everywhere. if ur a resident evil/silent hill/half-life fan, u'll love The Thing. its one of those games that can scare the crap out of u. :naughty: