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- 8/13/2003 1:18:17 PM   
PrinceCorrin

 

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My favourite part of this review:

Gameplay
Here is where the game truly shines. The UI takes some getting used to, but once you're there, you'll find that it's just as intuitive as it is innovative. No other TBS game out there plays like this one, and few are as addictive. I don't even know where to begin when trying to talk about things that make this game fun. It's like playing the BattleTech board game on your PC.


Smart guy. The UI has ALWAYS been one of the things that makes ToS so great. Never have I seen one so **** ... INTUITIVE. It takes getting used to, but once you do it's you begin to wonder why it's never been done before.
Straight up ToS is as groundbreaking as u can get with this genre.

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- 8/13/2003 4:40:08 PM   
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"Titnas" of Steel. Hehe. :p

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- 8/13/2003 7:34:32 PM   
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Nice review and I concour...

However, I am someone who is new to TOS, not to computer games by any strech, and a veteran BTer...

The interface works well for TOS, and is good once you get over the learning curve.

But to call it **** INTUITIVE is just not true.

Just an FYI he is the definition for Intuition, the root for intuitive...

You can't say "once you get used to it", and intuitive in the same sentence.


Main Entry: in·tu·i·tion
Pronunciation: "in-tu-'wi-sh&n, -tyu-
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English intuycyon, from Late Latin intuition-, intuitio act of contemplating, from Latin intuEri to look at, contemplate, from in- + tuEri to look at
Date: 15th century
1 : quick and ready insight
2 a : immediate apprehension or cognition b : knowledge or conviction gained by intuition c : the power or faculty of attaining to direct knowledge or cognition without evident rational thought and inference
- in·tu·i·tion·al /-'wish-n&l, -'wi-sh&-n&l/ adjective

Munkie!

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- 8/14/2003 2:54:14 AM   
PrinceCorrin

 

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I stick out my tongue at you, and call you vile names like geek and dweeb.
Then I giggle at the word titnas, like the low intelligence baboon you have proved me to be.
Muahahaha

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- 8/14/2003 3:12:47 AM   
Munkie

 

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*smirks*

I will take that, it is better then

"failer of skill checks"

*walks out of the forum whistling*

Munkie!

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- 8/14/2003 11:45:38 AM   
PrinceCorrin

 

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Let's not be childish on a sticky thread. :D

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