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[Gen]Adzic

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  1. .63 Combat System

    Who on earth can forget? it's only been years.
  2. Anyone still here patiently waiting for this game to reach fruition deserves an award. I hope that after all.. when we get there.. that award is going to be a good game. Similarly, anyone still here, still critical of the game have every right to be, nobody can doubt its been one heck of a rocky road, full of misdirection and changes, obviously none of which have helped the situation and perceptions.. but all of which are kinda understandable, maybe even unavoidable, when the game has been through so much and all over such a large period of time. I can sympathize with both sides, heck I've been on both. Where am I right now? what do I think? honestly I'm long past caring so much.. I just hope for the sakes of everyone.. we end up with a survival game worthy of all our time spent waiting for such a thing. Fingers crossed that happens....... one day. On topic - I'd entertain just a first person view, even welcome it.. if only for fairness. I really don't care that I cant see my character in the third person, the inventory screen gives me enough info for that kinda vanity need.
  3. Thinking about coming back?

    May be wrong but wasn't DayZ the first (if not exactly the first, then surely the most popular) early access game back then? Using DayZ as an excuse is now my reasoning to never fall into that EA trap ever again in gaming. Now, unless an EA title is at least polished enough to enjoy and spend time playing and reporting any issues then I don't see it being a problem.. but honestly the way DayZ has gone about it, well.. I've just not been a fan at all. Man, I had many RL friends and work colleagues back in the early days (who I played with in the mod too) who were also excited like me and played standalone for a few months, sadly they caught the Hall-Hicks virus and jumped ship years ago.. all these years later they actually take the piss out of me for still waiting. It's gotten that bad, I would feel embarrassed to even mention the game at work anymore, now all they wanna talk about is that bloody Fortnite.
  4. So, what happened to Brian?

    Good luck in whatever you do in the future Brian. We welcome you now to the Art of Patience Fan Club. Thanks for helping keep the original DayZ feels alive. I don't understand or didn't read thoroughly enough but I kinda hope your the only guy who was over there working for free? I can't help but speculate and read into things but did (after all this time) DayZ money dry up? not that it's my business just concerned I guess.. but one thing I do know, Working for free aint never a good thing, even if it purely for passion and love of something.. how does one live real life without money? Anyways, Your resignation will surely spark the re-branding of the games title now you've left .. Rather than DayZ, YearZ is more fitting.
  5. Just checking in..

    Even those who claim to know what they are talking about don't actually know for sure 100% what they are talking about. Unless you develop the game or are in the business of knowing.. then nobody has the right to say whether any one is right, wrong or otherwise. All I know for sure is this game has and is......... taking forever. I can easily sympathise with anyone who jumped the boat or are critical about DayZ. I'm sure I speak for most when I say we all want a good game to come of all this time we've spent following and waiting. Welcome back yuval.
  6. Brian Hicks

    You all set yourselves up for major disappointment.. people talk like 0.63 is going to be DayZ? That once we get it then everyone is gonna be happy to have waited even longer to enjoy it. Honestly i fear too many people are trusting to what's probably going to be another unfinished, dissapointing, buggy version/update of the game. Just for a second imagine the massive pressure that delivering 0.63.. up to everyone's standards and expectaions must be on the devs? I really do admire people's enthusiasm, trust and hope. Especially after all these years.. Just be mindful and be prepared for not only joy of difference and something new.. but also the chance for sorrow since its yet again unfinished.
  7. Brian Hicks

    Probably came to realization DayZ was never gonna be the same DayZ he once loved. Like most of the (un)silent majority.
  8. Status Report - 13 February 2018

    Didn't he die from the crash landing in Alien 3? Ahhh, wrong Hicks.. Perhaps then he's ascending Everest.
  9. DAYZ Status from a famous Youtube blogger

    Slow is being too kind. It's been Magnanimous.
  10. It possible Dayz will have single player mode with AI

    If you stay away from other players it's as good as single player.
  11. It's nice to see someone speaking their mind, thanks. I play lots of other games yet some here seem to think the "disgruntled" fans among us primarily sit here waiting for DayZ to be finished, nah.. that preconception is nonsense. I'd probably be even angrier if that was the case haha! I think most of the outspoken critics left here and the game a long time ago or simply got scared off by the relentless Alpha horn tooters. Apparently it's fine and dandy to pay for a game 5 years in advance these days, like it's normal. It's not only the time it's taking either, that gets at me.. it's the whole process from way back then to now, how it's all been handled, all that's been said and done. I've sat here reading, waiting, listening.. for what.. a promise? hope? Having the patience of saints and being thrown the occasional apology is all good and well, but man.. I'm massively disappointed with DayZ. What if after all this time.. the game gets finished.. and I still don't like the game? sheesh, I can't bear to think about it. Ahhh, but there is surely light.. there's always mods I guess.
  12. https://store.bistudio.com/products/dayz-supporter-edition
  13. It's hard to be critical about this game because they are protected by the fact they are early alpha.. it's broken? it's unfinished? ahh it's OK, it's alpha, but my god.. I still want to scream. All I see when I read a status report is broken promises and the potential for further disappointment. Sorry but that's how I feel. I just cant get the feeling that I want to play DayZ back. This wait is and has been painfully long to the point I can't even get excited about the game. Honestly I would rather be a nice constructive member of the community but I feel this development process has turned me into what probably looks like a raging impatient, hater.. I really don't want to be these things nor come across that way, it's a horrible position to be in as a fan of the game. Whenever me and a couple of my work mates (who I used to play the mod with all them years back) speak about DayZ the conversation turns into a laughing stock. It's so sad, I even start to feel sorry for the game, but then I think.. when was the last time I enjoyed DayZ? what was it I enjoyed about it and will that ever come back? I instead start to have doubts about the future of this game and frankly the track record of disappointments of the past have literally forced me into having that mindset. My biggest fear is that when the time finally comes (beta, full release etc..), I'll still not enjoy the game. I guess you could say it's no big loss, I paid what? a piddly £20 for the SA 5 years ago.. back when Dean sold me the idea of a DayZ so good, so much better than the mod.. that my £20 outlay was not only a bargain, it was an investment into a bright and beautiful future for this game, one which I was (at the time) certain would be epic.. now all I do is look back and think WOW.. what an idiot.. not that I'd wasted money, the money has nothing to do with my opinion, it's the fact I jumped in early not expecting this monumental wait. I have a lot of hopes for DayZ but the most important one is that you guys will end up delivering a game I will once again enjoy playing. Preferably sometime before I'm too old and arthritic to operate keyboard and mouse. Ball is in your court, please don't let us down. You often talk the talk, lets finally see you walk the walk.
  14. Status Report 7 November 2017

    When you've been waiting years for the game, whats a few more hours/days matter to read reworded paragraphs of things we've already seen or know about. Oh wait, sorry.. this SR is gonna be the one to re-invigorate everyone's passion for DayZ! for at least another few weeks until we do it all again.
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