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Offline vyper

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"Real War" (What is your major malfunction numbnuts?!)
I seem to have a problem. I recently bought the game Real War. However, I'm suffering horiffic slowdown when playing the in-game videos and the mouse often won't click on prompts. Anyone else had this problem?
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Offline Petrarch of the VBB

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"Real War" (What is your major malfunction numbnuts?!)
The problem is that you bought the game. Here is a solution.

1. Eject Real War disc
2. Destroy it.
3. Place FS, Deus Ex, Sudden Strike or any other disc in the drive.
4. Start the game.
5. Erase all knowledge of steps 1 and 2.

:D

 

Offline Unknown Target

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"Real War" (What is your major malfunction numbnuts?!)
I heard Real War sucks. May this be true?

 

Offline vyper

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"Real War" (What is your major malfunction numbnuts?!)
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Originally posted by Unknown Target
I heard Real War sucks. May this be true?


I enjoyed the demo. Hence I thot I'd enjoy the game. And I would if the feking mouse would click where its meant to. :mad:
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Offline Sandwich

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"Real War" (What is your major malfunction numbnuts?!)
Check the Real War forums and see if there are bunches of other irked players with problems.
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