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    Member Member Hegix's Avatar
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    Default Base game stability

    Is the M2:TW engine more stable than the R:TW one? Can you tell in general that you get less, more or the same amount of ctds while playing M2?

    The unfortunate drawback of EB is the amount of repeatable ctds that brings a campaign to a halt. I suspect that most of them are engine related. Can we hope for a more stable EB2?

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    Default Re: Base game stability

    I have to say that I have played hundreds of turns of EB1 without a single ctd. Are there other factors involved?
    Last edited by oudysseos; 01-09-2009 at 18:01.
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    Default Re: Base game stability

    Kingdoms is pretty good about stability.
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    Default Re: Base game stability

    Quote Originally Posted by antisocialmunky View Post
    Kingdoms is pretty good about stability.
    Yeah! Really stable. I have never seen CTD from Kingdoms.
    Just heavy lag when troop were more than 2000 men on my oldy PC.
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    Default Re: Base game stability

    Its not even RTW lag, M2TW has some sort of frame rate limit thing so it will stay smoother.
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    Default Re: Base game stability

    Quote Originally Posted by antisocialmunky View Post
    Kingdoms is pretty good about stability.
    Kingdoms maybe, but most of its mods sure not.
    Last edited by Cartaphilus; 01-14-2009 at 22:06.
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    Default Re: Base game stability

    Haven't ever had a problem with Vanilla MT2 but the SS 6.2 has caused some CTD though not often. Never had a problem with RTW, again unless I installed a mod.

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