Heroes of the Pacific

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    Re: Heroes of the Pacific

    Postby lazyhoboguy » Mon May 09, 2011 8:41 am

    Yea I was assuming this game would be dead online playercount wise. Happy to see I was wrong.

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    Re: Heroes of the Pacific

    Postby The Don » Mon May 09, 2011 7:34 pm

    This is kind of a fun game. I understand it gets better once you unlock some of the cooler planes, the jets and whatnot. One strange thing: most, if not all, games use DNAS when playing on the Internet. This one connects to DNAS even when you're in LAN mode. My game LAN isn't connected to the Internet, so when my friends and I play at my place we have to wait for the DNAS thing to time out.
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    Re: Heroes of the Pacific

    Postby Mytho » Mon May 09, 2011 11:21 pm

    The Don wrote:One strange thing: most, if not all, games use DNAS when playing on the Internet. This one connects to DNAS even when you're in LAN mode. My game LAN isn't connected to the Internet, so when my friends and I play at my place we have to wait for the DNAS thing to time out.


    So the LAN mode works independently of DNAS (once you have timed out)?
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    Re: Heroes of the Pacific

    Postby The Don » Mon May 09, 2011 11:51 pm

    Right, once DNAS times out it will work, but you have to wait a while for it to try to connect to DNAS.
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    Re: Heroes of the Pacific

    Postby IRON_PIMP » Tue May 10, 2011 2:09 am

    Well guys I don't know what "version" of the game you have, but I just connected to KAI in 25 to Life Arena and there was no DNAS check.
    Also, for LAN, I am running this game from the HDD--it's a lot faster loading time.

    As far as game play, I have not really played this game ONLINE a lot to accurately describe it (Still newbie stage). Crimson was about as close as I could get

    Campaign mode is pretty cool too IMO.

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    Re: Heroes of the Pacific

    Postby lazyhoboguy » Mon Jul 16, 2012 8:23 am

    Fredy, Mytho and I played thsi game abit tonight. It is still online on it's normal server, but it also has a LAN mode. We discovered that this game has some pretty great features. In both the online mode and LAN mode you can play online with another person in split screen. There are also bots online or in the LAN mode. It is pretty rare for the LAN modes of games to have bots or allow split screen through LAN, and it's even rarer that a game allows both of these things like this game does.

    We played like a hour, but we still dont really feel like we can judge the game yet because the game has a bit of a learning curve. The game runs well and has a lot of great features, so hopefully after we get comfortable with the controls we will end up liking the game a lot.

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    Re: Heroes of the Pacific

    Postby letsgothere » Fri Aug 17, 2012 2:16 am

    I was gonna buy this game but nobody playing online


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