From: Florahduh, yea that state.
And no, LSA is not a disappointment. In itself it is a refreshing and nice effort to make a nice game. Sadly it is not there just yet.
I do like the more historical troops,
cool new maps (forest fighting is ridiculously hard though, and troops dont seem to be safe from MG fire in any houses at all, while armor doesnt really shoot at tall buildings at all),
and the nice effort to change supply/strategic map consept.
We must think of this game as not cc2remake but a new game of it's kind.
It would be cool if troops actually obeyed the orders given to them, just like "always obey orders", but would get pinned/panicked/etc too. Now it seems one or the other, and I choose that they obey always, rather than never.
Thanks to the Matrix team, the effort seems real and sincere. Looking forward for upgrades.
Also sorry for me being a bitch, it is not my intention.
Also: Please fix Battle Group MERGING (also bo merging), I dont like that my teams disappear, I dont get any money/points or I get half the money/points (of original non-halved purchase price), I want 100% points/troops. Otherwise merging anything would be just about the most dumb thing to do in the whole game, when you actually lose strength than gain it..
I agree, LSA is a great game, and atleast playable in the v.1 release, unlike many games that OFFER great promise, but turn out to be unplayable(IE HOI III)
I don't regret the buy at all, since H2H games have brought back the fun of CC2 my favorite wargame prob.
although nothing is perfect, and that is why we have mods and patches. remember this game is still only DAYS old.
My one gripe I guess is the fact classic CC2 was included with LSA...but that's really moot as a fault.