@ThomasMcDonald Ouch... as Spy? Spy didn't get any new toys this time around. Heavy and Demoman got way too many new toys this time around. Medic just got his set. Scout got a new melee, but that's it. Oh, and new hats all around.
@ThomasMcDonald Might want to avoid the new Scout Melee weapons. One makes enemies you kill drop small health kits but you take like 40% more damage from explosives. The other does bleed damage, but if you miss you hit yourself... dummy.
The UAV control screen has a lot of meaningless data and numbers on the screen, so it's hard to tell if any of that information is useful. After I fire a hellfire missile, I can't figure out how to tell if the missile has reloaded yet.
Is there any way to tell if the UAV is reloaded other than ...
@GraceNote Fundamental reason for not wanting to run? I'm a lazy asshole, and so long as I'm confident another candidate will do a fine job, I'd rather contribute what efffort I do contribute in the form of answers.
In other words, the only way to convince me to run is to convince me that the other candidates would do a demonstrably worse job than I could. And, quite frankly, I think that is a tough argument to make.
@ArdaXi at least you tried, if I'm going to enter myself I'm just going to put up a list of links to posts, profiles and obviously my moderation philosophy. It's not like you'll vote for me anyway, at least I get to make less promises I won't (easily) keep.
That's true, but I felt as though in that particular instance it was something that might have been better to wait on, seeing as how it was a type of question we hadn't really even considered before then.
I have heard that there are some technical problems with running Baldur's Gate on a computer with Windows 7, but the Virtual Machine I have sucks, because the mouse pointer is always flickering. What I want to know is, if I install Baldur's Gate, will my computer have any problems?