From: Bremen, Germany
I thought this was suposed to be a historic game, but aparently when the allied AI is about to lose,
it will make some pretty unhistoric moves, like invading france in june 1943. so I lost the game because
they invaded a year too soon, thats stupid, they should have buildt in to the AI that it can not invade
france before june 1944
You are aware that the game is about free options, offering the ability to change history?
So if history gets changed by you, you feel comfortable, while when history gets changed by the artifical intelligence, you demand the historical timetable?
Don't get me wrong, I think you're a great guy, which just makes his first experiences with a strong AI. And there is of course the old dilemma (as described above): history versus what happens in your or my game.
So my guess is that you want a game against an AI which has no freedom to chose, you want a game against an opponent which has harder restrictions than yourself. I don't blame you for that, that is a perfectly good wish or idea. But that is not what Strategic Command will offer you. The game will offer you a challenge, based on the historical background of WW2. Think it through: if the AI is ready to do a D-Day in 1943, why should it wait till 1944? If the AI is able to research jet planes in 1944, why should it use them only in late 1945? If the AI is able to destroy one of your units, why should it wait until this very unit was destroyed historically?
I know that some gamers want an historical campaign, where there is no research or diplomacy, but automated tech advances and automated diplomacy. Maybe this will come as new campaign somewhere in the future. I guess such a game would be great fun to play, too.
So no hard feelings, ok?
Muster your man, start a new campaign, and show the AI what confident can do, when he puts his mind to it.
I'll meet you at your victory parade. Until than: happy gaming!
is there any one in here who have won the game with the germans
Yes, there are even many (experienced) gamers which complain that it is too easy to win with the germans.
You'll get there, just keep up the same fire which you already showed when you decided to argue for your case in this forum.
< Message edited by Xwormwood -- 11/26/2016 4:47:45 PM >
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