Started by steve58, August 28, 2021, 04:38:01 PM
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Quote from: Jarhead0331 on August 28, 2021, 04:45:28 PMWow. Good find! With as much time as I spend looking through new releases on steam, I'm at a loss as to how I missed this.
Quote from: Gusington on August 29, 2021, 01:10:06 PMGreat find! I put it on my wish list.
Quote from: ArizonaTank on August 30, 2021, 12:22:34 AM...I hope gameplay is firing on all cylinders as well.
Quote from: Father Ted on August 30, 2021, 04:56:20 PMActually I was wondering: in the review video the guy seemed to be focussed on recreating historical tanks, but for me the draw would seeing if you could make an improvement on those given the technology available at the time.
Quote from: ArizonaTank on August 31, 2021, 04:05:11 PMPlayed around with this a little bit.There are some great ideas in Sprocket, but the game is still not ready and needs some more tweaking. Also some sort of campaign to tie everything together.I'd say for tank nerds, Sprocket offers an interesting diversion in its current state. It does a decent job in depicting some of the real choices that tank designers had in the early 20th century. I could list a dozen things that would make the game much better...and hopefully these are on the roadmap.In its current state it reminds me of "Hellish Quart", a great sword fighting game that needs to give the player a reason to fight those excellently done sword fights (BTW, I understand that Hellish Quart is working on a story mode...so it is going in the right direction). I hope Sprocket moves in that direction as well.But for those who don't spend their days watching the YouTube's Chieftain go into an eloquent narration on the joys of M4 Sherman track tensioning, its probably better to hold off while Sprocket cooks a little more.