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Brasche

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#41 13 years ago

Need some comments that will kinda agitate the enemy after u kill them...for the germans you could have them say "Ihre Mutter ist....."(Your mother is)....a fat lard, a man, ugly, a hot lesbian....that would add a little bit of excitement to my day, when i stood over a critically wounded and talked trash about his mom..




Delyn

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#42 13 years ago

Meadow;3570609BF2 does not use the F keys for comms, it uses a 'commo rose' activated by the Q and T keys.[/quote] We are aware of that Meadow, the discussion was on the limited amout of commands available in the commo rose and people wanting to have more of the ones they miss from '42. Thus my suggestion below that it would be a compliment to the BF2 system in place.

[quote=Delyn;3570471]I was just thinking the 3rd person views are going to be removed well maybe not F9 for tank sights so.......F10-12 could be used for the additional radio commands. That would give 9 radio comms that could fill in the gaps and com[p]liment the BF2 system. Is that do able?




Kurb King

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#43 13 years ago

I love the localized F keys for tatics and alerts and for saying "stop touching me" and "dont point that thing at me". You hear something over the radio and most the time it does not have anything to do with your situation or it is just spam, what I would like is to have the 'spotted' commands be both localized voice commands and for people outside shouting distance it would be radio chatter. I am not sure if you can have both from one command but there have been many times when I have been a machine gunner in a tank spamming the tank spotted keys while the commander has the turret pointed in the oppsite direction and is ignoring the radio chatter or is just oblivous to the situation, then we get blasted. If they hear the localized voice command I think they will be more likely to realize something is up and respond.




Dago Red

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#44 13 years ago

Sounds Komplicated Kurb. But would be a definate improvement. I agree fully, when people hear the voice nearby they pay attention. The radio chatter is ignored by many. Communication is the key to winning a game (no individual score whoring does not do it).

It would be great to have an actual "stop touching me" phrase in every language. I mean what the hell is a palooka anyway?

Point is the proximity voice commands are tactically useful, add tons of character to the player models (while users sit comfortably in plush chairs) and thus add depth to the game. Win, win, win.