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Hawk_345

BF-Korea beta tester

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#21 13 years ago

Never mind, i found out the hard way, i downloaded the Ro 3.3, and tried it but needed the UT 2004, so i downloaded the demo to see if amybe i might get past it, but it did not wrk, so i guess i will never be able to try this game.




Jetro

There's a satchel on your tank

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#22 13 years ago

You could buy the Steam version.(ie another bloated Valve cash cow like DoD:Source)




{9thInf}QbanRev*E*

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#23 13 years ago

man i dont like RO, something about it... just felt clunky to me.




UH60BHPilot

Pacific Campaign for the win.

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#24 13 years ago
myrkul_8Sometimes I dont even move the turret, I move the entire tank instead. Much faster and gives u frontal armor.

Same with me, a combination of turning the turret + the tank allows you to range faster, and provides more armor.




Jetro

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#25 13 years ago
{9thInf}QbanRev*E*man i dont like RO, something about it... just felt clunky to me.

They designed the game so everything you do feels like your doing it in mud.




No.8 wire man

Who the **** is Reven?

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#26 13 years ago
UH60BHPilotSame with me, a combination of turning the turret + the tank allows you to range faster, and provides more armor.

This is where the use of joystick controls would come in handy (if they could be implemented). With joystick controls you could turn the turrent and steer the tank simutanously without too much effort.