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RE: Any future patches comming? - 9/24/2007 9:09:36 PM   
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War in the Med anyone ?

Option two: GG Carrier Strike will have also the option of import/export WiTP carrier battles


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RE: Any future patches comming? - 9/24/2007 9:14:48 PM   
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War in the Med anyone ?

Option two: GG Carrier Strike will have also the option of import/export WiTP carrier battles



Or maybe its War UNDER the Pacific.

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 9/24/2007 9:22:51 PM   
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So whats the story on the announcement of the new patch direction announcement?



From what I've been able to put together so far; its official that is not going to be Winds of War, but unofficially its going to be something else.

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Well of course their requests for patches was not Grognard in and of it is as it were the Matrix Staff would never have if the Administrator, our Administrator, had not and as far as I know that's the way it will always be... Is that clear?

Great so..., oh...see I...am..ate...for...an import...unch date...so I must go...

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RE: Hill of Beans - 9/24/2007 11:10:48 PM   
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I won't ask ,who, what or when. But an I ask when might be a good time to start looking for a press release? No pressure , just a guess, a hint , a suggestion, ? Do you want us to BEG! Please......................... ( Just a little hint- a year , a season,?)


Definitely sometime between now and the time the sun burns out and turns into a lump of coal the size of a raisin...


May I point out that this interval is slightly over-pessimistic? As the sun will never turn into a lump of coal (oxygen will always also be involved) especially not one as small as a raisin the given interval is [0;infinity]. I think [0;Universe dies entropy death] should be more correct.

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RE: Hill of Beans - 9/25/2007 1:16:24 PM   
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I prefer to err on the side of caution...

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RE: Hill of Beans - 9/25/2007 2:28:38 PM   
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I prefer to err on the side of caution...



I would say sometime in the next decade.... Call me an "incurable optimist".

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RE: Hill of Beans - 9/25/2007 2:47:41 PM   
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Okay, Mr. Incurable Optimist...

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RE: Hill of Beans - 9/25/2007 4:33:48 PM   
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You guys are thinking in the wrong direction. The big news is that WitP is bing ported for use with mobile play.

Yes, the whole Pacific war now on your mobile device!

Shhhh! Don't tell David I told you this.

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RE: Hill of Beans - 9/26/2007 7:32:08 AM   
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You guys are thinking in the wrong direction. The big news is that WitP is bing ported for use with mobile play.

Yes, the whole Pacific war now on your mobile device!

Shhhh! Don't tell David I told you this.




I was thinking more along the lines of Xbox.

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RE: Hill of Beans - 9/26/2007 11:26:01 AM   
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The Xbox can only play Halo3 these days...

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RE: Post Deleted - 9/26/2007 1:01:05 PM   
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but wat is the winds of war about exactly i never heard of it before


You don't want to hear of it. It was a mini-series, like the Thornbirds if you recall that. I think it ran about 1983 or so and it was basically a movie that was very long, but cut into seperate parts. I can't remember if it was on for consequetive nights or if it was the same day every week for quite a while.

The plot for what little of one that there was, was centered around WWII. I think Mitchum was flying a B17 at one point for example.


Actually it was a RAF Wellington. He was supposed to be the US naval attache and he goes out for a joy ride. The seires is based on the Herman Wouk book.


Oh, okay, that would explain why he was doing night bombing. Thankfully I didn't see enough of the series, and even more thankfully never saw any of it again, to recall he wasn't flying it and that though I knew it wasn't a day raid, with hollywood that needn't mean they didn't screw up and put him on a B17.

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RE: Post Deleted - 9/26/2007 1:06:30 PM   
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In a naval uniform? I doubt it...


That's funny, because I noticed that too. Even with my lack of recognizing uniforms, that did look generally very non-airforce to me, but then again, maybe he was a man for all services; a dive into hollywood mentality. It's not often you will see in the same movie series, a man wearing navy garb and also be in a 4E bomber, complete with an aerial cap.


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RE: Post Deleted - 9/26/2007 1:07:52 PM   
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In a naval uniform? I doubt it...



C'mon, this is Hollywood we are talking about. They have no problem with P-40 jocks flying B-25s off of carriers, so why would they balk at putting a naval officer in the pilot's seat of a B-17? He was probably a gunnery specialist as well...


Ah, I see you anticipated my delayed response.

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 9/26/2007 1:14:44 PM   
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I have it on excellent authority that "future patches are coming".  What cannot be confirmed is if any of them will be dealing with WITP....


No Mike, that would be coming with two m's.

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 9/26/2007 1:16:33 PM   
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Charles,
How could you say that about anything that Jan-Michael Vincent was in? Heresey!!!!



Isn´t that the guy who acted in the airwolf series? Oh god, something I watched when I was 10 or so...


You actually liked a series that had "him" and Ernest Borgnine in it? I agonize for you.

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 11/19/2007 8:03:24 PM   
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I have hear rumors that there is soon a update for WITP (Christmass?). Has anybody (Matrix Games) some info about this?
(Release date, features, etc)

I hope self that the following is included in this new update.

1. All device slots above 555 work and can be used for both sides.

2. The solution of the Kamikaze problem. I mean that not all japanese airunits covert to kamikaze, or that on start of the scenario the player can choose by
Kamikaze covertions between NO, low, medium, high, all.



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RE: Any future patches comming? - 11/19/2007 9:47:51 PM   
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Oh Goodie, let's resurrect this thread. You'll wait for it with everyone else, young man...

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 11/19/2007 10:48:46 PM   
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Let it fade away again, it gets hopes up.

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 11/19/2007 11:31:24 PM   
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I think they have incorporated the Rising Sun game engine so we can fight each land battle in detail.

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 11/20/2007 12:04:47 AM   
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I think they have incorporated the Rising Sun game engine so we can fight each land battle in detail.



You may be on to something! That would take more than a patch though.

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 11/20/2007 12:57:49 AM   
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Yes there's going to be a patch...
...unfortunately it's a Cabbage Patch doll, made up to look like Robert Mitchum. The doll flies an extraordinarily powerful helicopter loosely based on a standard helo but with a paint job that says 'attitude', and an odd hawklike noise as it goes past. A short period in command of a B-17 Squadron, 8th USAAF, mysteriously deployed to Shangri-La follows.  The Cabbage Patch doll cracks up, and hides a B-17 so the CIA will find it's brother, Earnest St John Borgnine. Matrix then bring out the game 'WindWolf', starring that guy who nearly married Jello. (I think that was her name). An amusing camp fire scene lifted from 'Blazing Saddles' features heavily.

Think that covered all the rumours....oops, forgot the Sun....okay, approx 4.5 billion years from now there'll be a 'poof' noise, but due to lack of air you won;t hear it. It'll get very warm wherever you are, the Sun will seem to be a mite closer. Then it will get very cold. THEN 1.9 will have been out for some indeterminate period of time.

By the way, '12 O' Clock High' was part of the RAF aircrew NCO training syllabus in the late 70's, we too had to stop regularly to discuss it.

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 11/20/2007 1:24:36 AM   
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Damn Dave, you had to go and ruin it for us all. Now there's nothing to look forward to.

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 11/20/2007 2:49:08 AM   
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Damn Dave, you had to go and ruin it for us all. Now there's nothing to look forward to.


Yea, but he covered it all quite nicely, didn't he?

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 8/2/2010 2:32:13 PM   
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I taught LMET (2 week course) for 4 years at Rota. You probally like the final exam of "12 O'Clock High movie / with the popcorn!) I then went TAD to helped re-write the course in San Diego as the new NavLead training (5-day). I then spent my final 4 years teaching that course at Rota until I retired. What the training and students taught me help me in my future - I worked my way up to VP of Human resourses. Seems u should have listen a little more while in training and learned from your shipmates in class. There's a reason Nukes get paid more SRB than you or me. Did you do well on the "Ring Toss exercise? You remember it related to Goal Setting and being Achievement Motivated?????????????

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RE: Any future patches comming? - 8/8/2010 8:13:14 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Jo van der Pluym

I have hear rumors that there is soon a update for WITP (Christmass?). Has anybody (Matrix Games) some info about this?
(Release date, features, etc)

I hope self that the following is included in this new update.

1. All device slots above 555 work and can be used for both sides.

2. The solution of the Kamikaze problem. I mean that not all japanese airunits covert to kamikaze, or that on start of the scenario the player can choose by
Kamikaze covertions between NO, low, medium, high, all.


I know, there is now WitP AE version on table, but AE is a monster and I still prefer old WitP. Is this issue with Kamikaze doable? Is it possible for small fix for all-Kamikaze problem? Or maybe it was solved already?

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