After the way the EWR discussion died so suddenly, I don't know if anyone will care (I'm going to presume that everyone is so busy playing they don't have time to post,), but EWR 4.2 is now available. Its fixes a crash that would occur on the events screen when one on your announce team was injured or suspended, and that's all. Download here (400softwarestudios.com).
On a side note, don't try to steal talent (from the WWE) unless you *really* want said talent in your promotion. I was just playing around trying to raise the salaries of guys I didn't care about to make life tougher on other promotions, and now Bubba Ray Dudley will be joining Ring of Honor next month at $150,000 p.m. Damn.
Edit: Links are nice.
(edited by EddieBurkett on 21.8.03 1207) I'm Mr. Mister. Watch your back, felons! When I get pissed, you get mist!
That's what's fun about the game. I'm running ROH and now have a 100% image, but I couldn't believe it when WWE signed away Joel Maximo (the lesser talented of the SAT cousins). I was building the SAT's and getting them over in a high profile feud when WWE signed Joel. I wondered why they wouldn't sign Jose as well, since both were working on open contracts. Jose was given a written contract the next day.
Originally posted by DJ RanThis must have been covered somewhere, but what the hell does it mean when a worker finds religion?
The phrase "...for The Lord" magically appears after everything he does in the Raw Satire from now on.
Also, your highest ranked title turns mysteriously into the "Dance Dance World Title". I mean, what the hell? Dance Dance World Title. Come on.
Anyway, if you play around with the Arsenic Editor like I do, you see a drastic drop in their behavior and attitude scores, allowing for (as chill said) them to reject any of the kookier stuff in the game.
It happened to Shannon Moore in my game. Shannon Moore: Altar Boy.
Yeah, I hated the Dreamcast D-pad for that. That's why I got the Dreamcast Arcade stick for fighting games, back in the day. One of my friends says he has been playing SFII on his 360 and says the D-pad is too "Dreamcast-like."