Ridgerunner said:And if I crash my game/computer f-ing around with things I don't know anything about?
I installed the game completely with default settings. The only thing I changed was the base size thing. I don't know why the sound is different in this version than the previous ones I tried. It's only different because you gave me something different. I don't think it's a good idea for me to go screwing aroung with files. Remember what happened when I tried to put the turret patch in. Everything disappeared.
I'm trying to work my way through the game normally, no hacks, no cheats, and send y'all reports on what doesn't seem right. I've almost got enough money to start the campaign, I want a decked out Centurion before I go see Sandoval.
hoovsbin said:Page 90 in the manual, under 'Quick Key Guide' still lists the [p] key to do what the [y] key now does.
Wendy said:Not a bug. Silverain did the manual and when it was released, p was indeed a targeting key. It is something that the readme will have to have as a correction until an update can be done to the manual.
Ridgerunner said:Was I supposed to be able to sell my Tarsus?
Wendy: AIM? What the hell is that? What you guys need to get is that you should be amazed that I'm on a computer at all. To me they're things to play games on. Since DOS is gone, I'm totally lost trying to do files and stuff in Windows because I don't know how to not F it up. I crashed my Windows 95 way back cause I thought I'd free up some disk space by deleting some stuff I never used. XP is even more dangerous to mess with.