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  18:14:54  24 March 2007
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dteshinobi
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On forum: 03/24/2007
Messages: 17
release the sdk and a patch and fix my stalker already im sick of not being able to progress past x-16
  05:41:39  23 March 2007
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skidz
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On forum: 03/15/2007
Messages: 76
Yes, Release the SDK asap. It might be the savior of this game if it is any good. Modeling tools (Exporter), texture tools, scripting tools, w/e is needed.
  05:31:37  23 March 2007
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kaliq
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On forum: 03/22/2007
Messages: 31
please release server files

please release server files for dedicated hosting. not even EA releases a multiplayer game with out atleast server files or REAL servers to play on.
  05:26:48  23 March 2007
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frosty-theaussie
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On forum: 02/10/2004
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The games great, I've seen alot of people with problems but it runs pretty good on my system, except for one problem I just had where the rain turned the sky into a green glitch, but after a exiting and restarting it worked fine. Oblivion crashed on me almost every time I played it.

Also I wanted to mention another game like this, Counter Strike, only because of its mods. If you check out FpsBanana.com you can see over 10,000 different skins and models for all sorts of things within the game, whether its higher resolution packs for the people with super video cards or low res packs for people with low end cards, the possibilities are endless and the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. brand will leave its mark.
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Counter-Strike isn't really a good example. It started as a mod, and mods for Counter-Strike are only limited to model/sound/texture replacements, additional maps and those lame sever-side scripts.
  05:03:12  23 March 2007
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cdab
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On forum: 03/21/2007
 

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cdab
03/23/2007 5:05:33
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The games great, I've seen alot of people with problems but it runs pretty good on my system, except for one problem I just had where the rain turned the sky into a green glitch, but after a exiting and restarting it worked fine. Oblivion crashed on me almost every time I played it.

Also I wanted to mention another game like this, Counter Strike, only because of its mods. If you check out FpsBanana.com you can see over 10,000 different skins and models for all sorts of things within the game, whether its higher resolution packs for the people with super video cards or low res packs for people with low end cards, the possibilities are endless and the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. brand will leave its mark.
  11:38:03  22 March 2007
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eddyg86
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On forum: 03/12/2007
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ps. boiling point is an excellent example of this. fun game that could be 'amazing, absolutely amazing' if modders went to work on it. but they barely could, so it died.

oblivion is another example, as, yes, it was SAVED by it's mod-ability. who would still be playing oblivion more than a few weeks/a month after its release if it wasn't so moddable? it would be an entirely different situation.

i think stalker is initially a lot more polished/fun/complete than BP upon release, but the flaws are still fairly annoying, and the game would be 'AMAZING' simply if the combat damage issue was fixed, and a sdk or something to let us tweak those dba files would solve that, and potentially save the game from becoming another passing novelty.
  11:37:43  22 March 2007
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skyway
(Novice)
 
On forum: 03/21/2007
Messages: 30
and a trainer that divide npc spawning rate by at least 5...
  11:34:01  22 March 2007
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eddyg86
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On forum: 03/12/2007
Messages: 66

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Yes we def need the SDK asap. I cant be arsed to play the game with these weapon damages, its like arnt we supposed to be saving ammo?
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feck yeh!

I felt SO proud once i had put a scope on my specialized-increased ROF AK74, as i am a good shot with it, and i had saved up 700 (!) rounds for it, and i thought that good-times had reached me and that'd i'd be able to finally start stalking well and truly, hehe.

but 700 rounds quickly went down to 200 from 1 major mission. a whole clip to kill a guy, regardless of his armor! man! and that's while scoping it in single-shot mode, where 90 of hits where in his shoulders/neck/head/upper chest. damn. i can understand he is armored, but this is silly.

we ARE supposed to be saving ammo! it's an awesome gameplay idea. but it's just not possible. I'd enjoy the 'scrounging for ammo' gameplay aspect if it was balanced, as in, less ammo, but only a few shots needed to take someone out.

As it stands, it's 'scrounge up a few hundred shots which should be heaps, in order to do one mission'

Ah well! mod or patch, hopefully it'll be patched! maybe someone could just make a trainer that 2x/3x's the players damage?
  10:02:55  22 March 2007
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Opticalsnare
(Novice)
 
On forum: 03/22/2007
Messages: 9
Yes we def need the SDK asap. I cant be arsed to play the game with these weapon damages, its like arnt we supposed to be saving ammo?
  09:38:20  22 March 2007
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tvitkh
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On forum: 03/14/2007
 

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tvitkh
03/22/2007 9:39:11
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yes, i care

& yes please, i want the sdk!
 
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