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RE: How did the booth at Essen go? - 10/31/2013 4:11:09 PM   
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HA! the Spurs'll be lucky to finish top 4 We Gooners'll see to that!
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Agreed. There are only four things in life that are certain:

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- World In Flames is the best WWII game ever
- Spurs will finish below Arsenal - regardless of how many points we lead you by in February...


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RE: How did the booth at Essen go? - 10/31/2013 6:00:09 PM   
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I'm kinda hopeful this season. All the other top teams changed managers, and too many top players left. That's a large disruption for a team to go through. Arsenal has the same manager and got Ozil and a couple of others. If we stay healthy we stand the best chance in many years for a top 3 finish.

But enough of Football - I want this game and November can't come soon enough!

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RE: How did the booth at Essen go? - 10/31/2013 6:05:56 PM   
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take heart shaddock, the Red Sox turned their roster over aplenty from last year, got a bunch of people that had desire to win and voila a World Series title...........the first they have won at home since Babe Ruth was a Red Sox (1918).

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RE: How did the booth at Essen go? - 11/1/2013 7:11:46 PM   
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Actaully the reason none of the 50 are posting about the game yet is that it looks like they did have to sign a NDA. According to http://www.gamasutra.com/view/pressreleases/203180/World_in_Flames_Preview_Pictures.php "Only 50 exclusive copies of an Early Access version ..." So it looks likely that they cannot post anything until the release date. Just gives them more time to play

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RE: How did the booth at Essen go? - 11/1/2013 7:52:34 PM   
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Actaully the reason none of the 50 are posting about the game yet is that it looks like they did have to sign a NDA. According to http://www.gamasutra.com/view/pressreleases/203180/World_in_Flames_Preview_Pictures.php "Only 50 exclusive copies of an Early Access version ..." So it looks likely that they cannot post anything until the release date. Just gives them more time to play

I doubt that anyone had to sign anything - but I do not know for certain.

A more likely explanation for the lack of feedback is that the convention was in Essen, with predominantly European (and probably German) attendees. If their English is as good as my German (Ja, Nein, ???), then they wouldn't be able to say very much in this forum.

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RE: How did the booth at Essen go? - 11/1/2013 8:28:10 PM   
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If they are newcomers to MWIF, they're still struggling to play, before anyone has the idea to search a forum for opponents, advice, debates etc
I'm not sure the language barrier is so hard, because english (or globish) is largely understand, and moderately well written by anyone willing to play games more advanced that facebook games or best seller game industry products.

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