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Where is the fan fare? - 2/10/2014 6:39:16 PM   

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This game is about to be released...2 days if the post by Erik is still accurate.

I'm glad I don't work in marketing - because I don't get how a forum on a game which is about to be released is this quiet.

Where's the marketing? New screenshots? AARs? Discussions?


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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/10/2014 7:54:02 PM   


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Very quiet... I've been watching this for awhile and hoping that it comes out of the gate in good shape. To quiet...

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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/10/2014 9:32:15 PM   


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I kinda see myself just buying it anyway since that is my custom.
Of course I bought Baptism of Fire in spite of the warning signs
(ie. the box art looks like '70's D&D efforts)
but I am a slow learner...


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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/10/2014 10:24:00 PM   


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Woo Hoo!

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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/11/2014 1:02:20 AM   

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Yeah, this is very strange. This game has been in development for 150 years (disclaimer: not really 150 years, I exaggerate), has been on everyone's want list (probably not everyone), and is the most highly anticipated wargame of the decade (I made that up).

I am REALLY looking forward to this, like many others, and I hope it releases in two days. I hope it is a wonderful game. I hope the scenarios are well balanced, fun and challenging. I hope it is nearly bug free.

I hope.

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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/11/2014 2:24:32 AM   


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Tomorrow is the 12th, when all questions will be answered. :-)

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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/11/2014 1:18:48 PM   


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Yep, the band will be playing! Or not....?

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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/11/2014 2:37:33 PM   


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Why do I feel Im at the pointed end of the Titanic?

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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/11/2014 4:44:45 PM   

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After years of watching and waiting, and almost buying the physical game (a number of times) to pass the time and learn the system, I find the lack of pre-release buildup and excitement somewhat troubling. But then again, after years of waiting probably anything will seem somewhat anti-climactic.

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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/11/2014 5:09:56 PM   
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It's like in the streets of Stalingrad, all is quiet and suddenly...
I hope that the battle will begin tomorrow.

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RE: Where is the fan fare? - 2/11/2014 6:30:50 PM   
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Hi guys,

The battle will begin tomorrow, never fear. We are just doing the final store checks now in preparation for tomorrow's release. There is a lot more promotion in the works and we've cleared the decks for a couple of weeks after Lock 'n Load's release so that we can focus on getting the word out.


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