Great work Paradox! It will be so nice to have my aircraft actually attack the province I intended.
Beautiful interface as well.
absolutely, fantastigorically, supremely, awesomely GREAT work paradox !!!!!!!!
sounds like were gonna have a super better new game. only one question though...... you know that if you and PLEASE DO NOT STOP, but you do realize that if one great company such as yourself makes a game as super SWEET as this one seems to be us dorky humans will expect all new games to be of the same caliber form the other makers of games, so if they cant measure up u're gona have make many many more games for us super hungry mega-game peeps 0
I like the new features for air combat. However, HOI2's main problem was the stupid AI attacks that decimated their forces, caused massive IC / manpower losses, to absolutely no effect.
One major feature I'd like to see is the effect that changing any air mission should reduce org to 0 and require at least a few days to get their act together to run large scale missions.
Looking at the picture I can not see any Air activities to Navy?
So i guess you cant bombar Naval forces or Convoys whit nothing only but a Naval Bomber squadron?
That would finally end investing in Navy being sometimes completely useless due to Figters/CAS/TAC bombarding them to the bottom of the ocean.
My guess it's just Alpha - they've probably not completed the Naval/Air combat mechanics yet. Unless the interface is clever enough to realise that Paderborn is not within range of any sea provinces/ports? There is no way that they would withdraw these missions from CAS/TAC/STR, as it would be entirely unhistorical. Land-based air units had a devastating effect on unprotected ships at sea, such as HMS Prince of Wales and HMS Repulse.
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Best possible choice they could have made.
Now those micromanagement-haters can let the game play itself and the rest of us can use their airforce.
wow, makes so much sense. Good work PI!
Holy cow of Babylon! This is excellent. If the game is going to be all like this, Paradox will be proclamed GODS! Gods I say.
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Whoever said that 90 degrees equals 100 gradians and that the scientific community doesn't use it better be joking. For clarification, 90 degrees equals pi/2 gradians and the scientific community most definitely uses gradians because you can't use degrees in calculus.
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yay, screwed over again!
90 Degrees = pi/2 Radians = 100 Gradians
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