"Chavez is leading his people into better future, after ages of explotation they have something to be happy about. Positive thing is also that he suport good causes all over south america and world too a sign of true greatnes." -Ivio
"Yes, Stalin said the same thing." -Tufto
"I think I'm going insane. I can like FEEL each second and minute passing and it's making me go insane because like I could be building skills in those minutes instead of making a forum post or listening to music or g-chatting with a colleague. I can feel it in my brain and in my body. It's terrible.[...]Anyone else have this?" -EFT
"Only when I read your posts." -trajan
Depends on what level the beta is at and usually pro testers give MUCH better reports then do new players. I've seen all the "i can't play the game" bug reports I ever want to see
Sometimes the "I can't play the game" responses can be useful feedback for streamlining UI and such. A pro can't always tell you how clear a game's layout appears.
No it doesn't, DF got a shitty UI because the developer didn't care about it.
And given that Paradox said people were chosen based on their technical aspects, aka computer setups, I don't really understand the discussion. It's a hardware test, to see what works and doesn't.
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Either way – I like the way this is shaping up. It should mean a very good Beta phase and in the end will mean a much better game.
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Why would he care that the UI is shitty? I think that question answers itself.
I have programmed multiple open source programs that get used by a couple of thousand people and one also got packaged for archlinux.
I have done Skyrim Mods and some for other games but I don't go into forums and tell people to accept me into a beta because I am the ubar master hacker...
That's quite some attitude and you should lose it . Just my 4 gold.
Doesent help to complain, but having been around for years and registered a tons of games and never got into a beta before on a signup except through a contest leaves me disapointed but not angry. If they pick their testers based on hardware, then I guess its useless to have a high end computer because it will run anything.
I pity you.
Finished AAR's': "Lion of the North"
The reason why most productions don't do this 'declined e-mail' stuff is because they put your application on file in case they need to use it later.
AARs of Sir Svip OLIR:
Glory for Ulm A Flagland AAR (Europa Universalis IV) (ongoing)
Winner of: Seal of Mythic Approval and having the same title as another popular AAR.
Ulm plays Crusader Kings II: The Old Gods as Someone (finished), Victoria 2: Heart of Darkness as Austria (finished) and March of the Eagles as Russia (finished)
Winner of: Hats.
Glory for Ulm A Flagland AAR (Europa Universalis III) (ended)
Winner of: Europa Univeralis: The Musical, Cities in Motion DLC: Ulm, AARtist of the Month (June 2011), ● (Royal Dutch Cheese of Anti-Frognessship), ● (Swedish Meatball of Volvo and Björn Borg), ● (Cyan Blue Cookie of Awesomeness), ● (Lord Strange Cookie of British Awesomeness), ACA 2010 Q4: EU Comedy, ● (Paradox Cookie), WritAAR of the Week (2011-01-30), "Best everything, ever" award, ● (Irish Shamrock Cookie) and being in this signature.
Failure for Württemberg A Flagland Victoria 2: A House Divided Beta mini-AAR (finished)
Winner of: Having my name attached to it.