View Full Version : Isn't it interesting?
4th Aug 06, 8:50 PM
That the chat has a "Turn on profanity filter" option, yet just about every unit in the game cusses when given commands...
4th Aug 06, 9:17 PM
Yeah, I found that sorta funny.
I figure it's because you can always play with headphones or the sounds off, but you can't really turn the monitor off...
5th Aug 06, 2:32 AM
or maybe in the final game there will be an option to turn off profanity in the game aswell, with alternate sound files for all the units that would have increased the size of the beta a little too much.
5th Aug 06, 10:15 AM
The profanity filter option in chat is to filter out all of the out of context of war profanity, the stuff in game is in context...at least that's the excuse I'm using today.
5th Aug 06, 10:25 AM
Those who can't stand the profanity should just play Axis. I have never heard any swearing when playing them.
5th Aug 06, 11:01 AM
5th Aug 06, 12:47 PM
But the Axis hate the Allies. "Kill those Cowboys!" :D
5th Aug 06, 12:57 PM
"Pepper thier asses!" The Axis say quite funny things.
I love the voices, I think they add so much to the game. Whom ever thought up of what to say for both sides deserves major props.
5th Aug 06, 4:57 PM
Yeah the Axis profanity is usually funnier than the Allied. They say ass. hehe.
I do wonder when Conrad's laces will get old, though.
6th Aug 06, 7:11 AM
The profanity is the main reason I'll be sticking to DoW.
I just can't get around this insult to our veterans.
6th Aug 06, 7:14 AM
I dont see how its an insult to veterans of WW2 though, swearing and profanity were commonplace on the battlefield.
6th Aug 06, 8:01 AM
If you think that the Veterans weren't swearing like in this game, IF NOT MORE FREQUENTLY, then you clearly know nothing.
6th Aug 06, 8:22 AM
Thread locked. LordZon we already had a debate regarding your opinion. I highly suggest you do not try and drag another thread off topic.
6th Aug 06, 8:22 AM
As an ex-soldier, I can tell you that the language is much much milder than what actual soldiers use.
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