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Men of War: Assault Squad Sequel to the critically acclaimed real-time tactics game Men of War

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Old 10-08-2013, 10:53 PM
TrulyMadly TrulyMadly is offline
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Default Assault Squad 2 ( The best from MOW and MOW:AS ? )

Please post your opinion here about what you think Assault Squad can learn from MOW and Assault Squad to make it one of the greatest game ever.

Here is my view:

Allows more opening moves than Assault Squad. In MOW, players have many different options in the opening like what to purchase, but not in Assault Squad. I think allowing more opening options will reward players who really try hard to learn the game. This is also the main reason I still play MOW online more than Assault Squad online.

Heavy tank CP cost less CP in Assault Squad but more than what it cost in MOW. In MOW, we can just choose to play games with 100 CP and 350 resource if we don't want too many heavy tanks in the battlefield, but Heavy Tank CP in AS cost way too much. Can we have a balance on that? Like somewhere in between MOW and Assault Squad?

Let's hear your view guys , hopefully the developers will read this thread before it's too late.
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Old 01-09-2014, 05:52 PM
Soldat-Hans Soldat-Hans is offline
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Will it be possilbe to play the multiplayer against the AI?
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