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IL-2 Sturmovik: Cliffs of Dover Latest instalment in the acclaimed IL-2 Sturmovik series from award-winning developer 1C: Maddox Games.

View Poll Results: Your rating of COD right now.
10 25 10.25%
20 4 1.64%
30 18 7.38%
40 29 11.89%
50 42 17.21%
60 48 19.67%
70 53 21.72%
80 14 5.74%
90 7 2.87%
100 4 1.64%
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Old 08-05-2011, 11:16 PM
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50..to many problems spread across the entire game.

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Old 08-05-2011, 11:19 PM
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Better than any other WWII combat flight sim out there at the moment, but with some annoying issues that will hopefully be resolved before too long.

What are the criteria to base our judgements on?

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i think you have pretty much hit the nail on the head.
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Old 08-05-2011, 11:28 PM
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Apparently there is still a few left from the original team, but I couldn't find the team member lists. Even if the team isn't exactly the same doesn't mean the sim will be a flop. Companies change team members all the time and still build quality products. CODs only fault is that it was released before it was finished, for obvious financial reasons. Although some would suggest they released the sim early to garner as much negative feedback as possible.
lol....that did give me a smile...Thanx..
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Old 08-05-2011, 11:37 PM
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Ok, moderator mode on...


This has the potential to be a somewhat useful poll and if more are done in the future they could also serve as a sort of comparative progress-meter, as long as people stick to a dry, reporting, "clinical" style in their posts and avoid the confrontational cliches.


In other words, posting an opinion is ok but "enforcing" it on others is not:

Topic:
"This is my rating of the sim, plus some words about why i mark it that way, i like this and this, i don't like such and such, this is my personal interpretation of the vote distribution that i'm voicing in a nice manner that's not provocative to others"

Off-topic:
"1c deserves to go broke/become millionaires"
"it's the fault of person A/B/C/whatever"
"i know/don't know how they released such a masterpiece/mess"
"they stole our money to buy vodka/no our money went to charity because they are good guys"
poorly worded one-liners to the tune of "it's a joke"/"no it's not you are" that don't explain anything about why the poster is so adamant in his opinion
rude, provocative or offensive comments/wording in an otherwise on-topic post


and similar personal opinions, conjecture and speculation that are not shared by all, can't be factually proven but are argued as if they can and most of all, have been repeated ad nauseum.

The on-topic stuff is useful and stays, the off-topic stuff is edited by the original poster or gets moved to the arguments megathread as soon as i wake up tomorrow.

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Interesting opinions and a bit reassuring to see that most people are being reasonable in their judgement of the sim. I too find the amount of 50s a bit much, but we also have quite a few 60s and 70s.

The way i read this trend it looks to me like this: for a lot of people things are so and so (the 50 score bracket), for the majority things are better than average (the 60+ score bracket) with half of them being even more positive, while the amount of people who are overly positive/negative are a definite minority.

I think the poll results thus far are an accurate overall reflection, in the sense that while it's far from perfect it's no dog either, plus it's in a workable state for the majority of users.
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Old 08-06-2011, 01:50 AM
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Giving it a 70.

Good things: fully interactive cockpit, graphics (cockpit, planes, water, sky, suneffects and moving shadows in cockpit, landscape and buildings...hmmmm),
fightmodel, CEM, damage model, best game to work with my Track IR (extremely smooth and responsive), just love flying the planes.

things that need improvement: numerous bugs, optimization (couds cut my fps more than in half), contend/ DCG (extremely important for me)
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Old 08-06-2011, 02:46 AM
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I gave it a 90 since it runs fairly well on my modest system below (please disregard the question part) but has a good amount of room to improve and so far I have encountered occasional glitches that it has. I currently run everything on high except land quality (something like that) which is medium with average FPS over London in solo flight about 25 with no stutters.
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Old 08-06-2011, 02:52 AM
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Looks like a good poll to me.

We have a pretty good cross section of users with varying system setups.
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Old 08-06-2011, 02:53 AM
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Slight thread clean-up performed to prune the off-topic tangent discussion, posts moved here: http://forum.1cpublishing.eu/showthr...=25051&page=12

If anyone feels the need to continue said discussion by all means do so, but in the provided thread.
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Old 08-06-2011, 05:24 AM
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Ok, moderator mode on...


This has the potential to be a somewhat useful poll and if more are done in the future they could also serve as a sort of comparative progress-meter, as long as people stick to a dry, reporting, "clinical" style in their posts and avoid the confrontational cliches.


In other words, posting an opinion is ok but "enforcing" it on others is not:

Topic:
"This is my rating of the sim, plus some words about why i mark it that way, i like this and this, i don't like such and such, this is my personal interpretation of the vote distribution that i'm voicing in a nice manner that's not provocative to others"

Off-topic:
"1c deserves to go broke/become millionaires"
"it's the fault of person A/B/C/whatever"
"i know/don't know how they released such a masterpiece/mess"
"they stole our money to buy vodka/no our money went to charity because they are good guys"
poorly worded one-liners to the tune of "it's a joke"/"no it's not you are" that don't explain anything about why the poster is so adamant in his opinion
rude, provocative or offensive comments/wording in an otherwise on-topic post


and similar personal opinions, conjecture and speculation that are not shared by all, can't be factually proven but are argued as if they can and most of all, have been repeated ad nauseum.

The on-topic stuff is useful and stays, the off-topic stuff is edited by the original poster or gets moved to the arguments megathread as soon as i wake up tomorrow.

Moderator mode off




Interesting opinions and a bit reassuring to see that most people are being reasonable in their judgement of the sim. I too find the amount of 50s a bit much, but we also have quite a few 60s and 70s.

The way i read this trend it looks to me like this: for a lot of people things are so and so (the 50 score bracket), for the majority things are better than average (the 60+ score bracket) with half of them being even more positive, while the amount of people who are overly positive/negative are a definite minority.

I think the poll results thus far are an accurate overall reflection, in the sense that while it's far from perfect it's no dog either, plus it's in a workable state for the majority of users.
More people give it 10 than 100 90 80 combined. Thats kinda disturbing.
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Old 08-06-2011, 05:50 AM
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voted 20, game is very bugged, a few good bits but I voted it down due to the awful development team, i have no trust left in them at all and they deserve to go bust.
Have to disagree with you there Tree.

The poll is about the state of the game as it is now. Our assessment of the team can come from the state of the game after the next big patch at which point we can also give our revised assessment of the game itself. We should separate the two.

My interim assessment of the team, following the previous patches, is reasonable in that they were quick to fix a few things that could be fixed quickly. How well they are getting to grips with the rest will come from the next patch, they are taking their time to work on it. My assessment of their communication style is, as you know, pretty bleak.

How do you assess the game as it stands now?

btw I don't deserve to have them go bust.
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