Sure, if anyone makes something cool and they are happy for it we'll gladly update the Steam version.
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Is there a chance that the engine will ever become open source, even if unsupported? I'd really like to take a look at the internal workings of it for curiosity's sake. The game itself should definitely remain commercial though, RWS needs to make money somehow.
The entire thing will be open source soon, basically as soon as we are done updating the Steam version with controller support, widescreen ect.
I wonder why people keep buying these reskins of whatever they're a 'sequel' to. They never really amount to much more than a yearly rehash of the same tired old formula since 2007 or whenever it was. I hate these stupid modern military shooters, they're too boring.
Although I mostly agree with you, I do recommend you give Spec-ops The Line a try, one of the best times I've had with a shooter since CoD 4.
« on: April 26, 2013, 03:00:25 PM »
Was not me, but you're welcome all the same
Jesus Christ, seriously? It's not like this is a hardcore porn forum or something.
Our games are rated 17+, so it's not at all unreasonable to have an age limit of around that on our forums. I'm kinda surprised that anyone over this age would care they are not allowed in.
Was he banned mostly due to age or he said something ingram would say?
100% his age. 14 is way to young to be here and I've told the admins to ban anyone that claims to be younger. We've had '18's only' in the sign up terms for a long time now.
Just curious as to how you guys like to set your PC games up to play. For me, the frames per second is the first thing I focus on, I will do almost anything to obtain that magical 60FPS refresh rate and hold it there, not just for shooters or fighting games, but gametype. For this reason I'm a little bummed out by the fact that many PS4 devs seem to want to target 30FPS for next gen releases..
Next comes high resolution, I like things looking as crisp as possible. Only once I've managed a 1200P / 60FPS will I attempt to push the other settings up. I can barely even handle playing a console game these days, with often sub 720P capped at 30 fps.
I really envy those that suggest they can't tell the difference between 30 and 60 frames, and even more those that don't really care if the resolution is sub 1080P, it would make my hobby a whole lot cheaper
Of course ideally we'd all like things maxed as possible, but what trade offs do you guys make if you have to? Like would you rather 720P @ 60FPS or 1080P @ 60fps? Or would you rather have all the DX11 features on and not even care if you have to trade the rest off?
Also, I demand Oculus Rift support for Postal 2 because that would be awesome.
Not out the question I guess.
« on: April 24, 2013, 01:01:33 AM »
The POSTAL 1 dev actually checks the Steam forums more often than here, so make a thread there with these exact requests. We are more focused on Widescreen and controller support right now, but if he's still going strong after he might add these options if there is demand.
I tried to like the new start menu, so far I don't dig it, even on a touch based device. I like synergy across platforms, right now I used Android for phone, and Google's services like Gmail, Drive, Calendar ect. I'd actually kinda like to have it all Windows based as I will always need Windows for various programs, and having a x86 based tablet I could run them all on would be sweet. But I'm less than convinced with Windows 8 so far, Windows phone ect, so I'll not be making the jump anytime soon.
Maybe Windows 9 or the coming 'blue' add-on packs will tempt me away.
So far all games I've tried work as well on 8 as 7, including (thankfully) P1 and P2.