Originally posted by LordMiki:I want to intall the game my self to too try it ! But because everywhere saying that the game is♥♥♥♥♥♥dont no now .... Is it really worth too install and try :/
Originally posted by euphoric:If this game was free-to-play I would completely understand but the team inbalance and the community and player immaturity just make it not worth it.
Originally posted by euphoric:but if the Axis team wasn't so overpowered it would also help. Axis team has won every game I have been in.
Originally posted by Walker:Originally posted by euphoric:If this game was free-to-play I would completely understand but the team inbalance and the community and player immaturity just make it not worth it. Are you trying to say that free-to-play games are of lesser calibur? Because there are some free-to-play games that are way better than any other game.
Originally posted by Raptor Llama:Originally posted by euphoric:but if the Axis team wasn't so overpowered it would also help. Axis team has won every game I have been in.Axis are definitely not OP. The only people who say this haven't played that much. The better team is usually the one who wins. I've played a lot of games and I'd say as of the current build it's probably 50/50 as to who wins or not. The major advantage of the allies is Joe's artillery strike, which would be OP if it didn't have a universal cooldown timer. You can shoot the Axis' airstrike out of the sky so a good team game basically negate it; there's no shooting down artillery. Once people figure out to rush the point while artillery is going down, axis usually get dominated (unless they can figure out to kill Joey or cap during the cooldown).They also have that damned rabbit and the flamethrower. I mean I just played a bunch of East Coast #1 (I think) last night and the axis didn't win any more than the allies did.I'm not defending the community though. The "roleplay" servers shouldn't be a thing. The problem is something involving DInosaurs will inevitably draw in little kids, so there isn't much that can be done about that. There are pockets of the community that are nice and the devs are very nice but unfortunately there are a lot of insufferable ones out there. There's also just too few people playing usually. But the 1,000,000 keys has the potential to create a new and better community (hopefully), which is timed perfectly with the new update and DLC coming up.It's pointless to talk about this game though; if the developers aren't grossly exaggerating, the update coming up will change everything. I don't know why they didn't get the keys released during or after the update, but the devs have a history of making weird decisions in that department. I just hope enough people can endure the current version to make the next version have a playerbase.