Glad I'm not the only one with this issue, it makes the server almost unplayable a lot of the time. Or if it doesn't, it's incredibly frustrating when my ping decides to ping pong around from around 50 to 999 and everywhere in between. It is a recent thing, though. A week or two ago I would be able to jump onto the server with no issues whatsoever. I only really noticed this happening in the last week or two.
So there are people trying to censor this game before it is even out and justify its censorship. I find that wrong.
Makes me sad that people would censor this game when games like Hotline Miami, Lucius, or GTA have just as much killing in them if not more.
Maybe it is just me but I do enjoy the concept of the game. But from a deep philosophical stand point. Will they answer that in the game? Maybe...
Lots of double standards in games these days.
That is my short but to the point...
I don't believe this is the case. The server display doesn't tell me much but I can see when someone has marked their turn as being done. The first turn 159 notification came on Monday @ 5 pm my time (MST). Again, not sure about Snarlin but I know I did my turn that night. Tuesday morning before leaving for work I saw your turn was done. Morgan had not done his yet. Sometime after that is when the server crashed which Morgan reported here when he tried to do his turn and the server was...
I wouldn't go with them anyhow. Use tank mines. They can be placed in a way that isn't likely to hit our squad as collateral damage (beyond the exploding scythe on top of us, naturally), and aren't reliant on exceptional timing and placement. Place the mines on bumps and high ground that the scythe must pass on either end of their attack run, and a few engineer turrets to stake out safe zones or funnel the scythe towards the mines.
Remi - that is the giant column the map seems to "sit" on top of... it's so long that it cuts off the bottom X amount of it, and this is the console returning to you that the engine is doing that.
Wyz - I meant to take that out, actually, and put it in the secret room, but never got it. Let me know if it becomes a bother.
Boys, if they can deliver and TG can support it, I think it would bring a lot of us back together again. I know I would wholeheartedly support it on crowdsourcing as well as here at TG if we could get "the band back together again". I'm fairly confident we're all hanging around waiting for the "next PR" to come along. The fire still burns, and it burns hot.
I guess the obvious question we all will have will be: Can TG host a server?
If the answer is "Yes", then I think a lot of PR alumni would probably come back (myself definitely included). BF4 doesn't cut it, this is the game to succeed PR here.