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Flannelette
Jan 16, 2010




The Gaas companies that are trying to cast many nets seem to sometimes have serious grognard games as part of their property, so not too unusual.

Popete posted:

"addressing primarily the attractive 30+ male audience."



lol

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mllaneza
Apr 28, 2007


Veteran, Bermuda Triangle Expeditionary Force, 1993-1952





Pharnakes posted:

Not that I had any hope for really any of their games at this point, but


Naval action and ultimate dreadnought could both have been so good. probably AoS too but at least I didn't buy that one.

Dreadnought is fun, throw a fleet together and go shoot at the AI. A campaign and MP would have been nice, but I got my money's worth. AoS is pretty good, I like the land/sail mix of scenarios, and especially the amphibious assaults where you have to break the enemy squadron, land troops, and take a location.That got out of Early Release and is in pretty good shape, in three years we'll probably all have it after innumerable sales.

ZombieLenin
Sep 6, 2009

All great movements are popular movements. They are the volcanic eruptions of human passions and emotions, stirred into activity by the ruthless Goddess of Distress or by the torch of the spoken word cast into the midst of the people.

-Vladimir Lenin

mllaneza posted:

Dreadnought is fun, throw a fleet together and go shoot at the AI. A campaign and MP would have been nice, but I got my money's worth. AoS is pretty good, I like the land/sail mix of scenarios, and especially the amphibious assaults where you have to break the enemy squadron, land troops, and take a location.That got out of Early Release and is in pretty good shape, in three years we'll probably all have it after innumerable sales.

Without a campaign I would take RTW all day long.

Seeing the 3D models of your ships is great, but the rest of Dreadnoughts is arcadey as gently caress, and not really worth the money I spent.

I had been hoping a campaign would have made it worth it he $20 I spent on it.

Bold Robot
Jan 6, 2009

Be brave.


Did they stop development on Dreadnoughts or something? I haven't been following it closely at all but it was on my mental list of like, EA games that I should check out when they finally get a 1.0 release. Are people just assuming they are gonna rush it out the door because the studio got bought?

Mr Luxury Yacht
Apr 16, 2012




It's still going but it sounds like COVID slowed it down. Based on posts on the forums it sounds like an initial campaign release sometime this summer and Steam Early Access in the fall/end of the year.

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