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4-20-2008 @ 4:21PM
You know what PvP needs in order to become an "eSport"?The ability to spectate and/or record replays.I don't know a single "sport" that doesn't have people review recordings of a match and critique the strategies used.
4-20-2008 @ 6:35PM
you can record gameplay, at least in the mac version...
4-20-2008 @ 7:15PM
Yes, I'm aware that I can record videos with the MacOS X version on my PowerBook, but I mainly play on my E6600/8800GT workstation with a glorious and large screen.I understand that it was easier to implement QuickTime recording of in-game footage in the MacOS X version, but they have not added any similar functionality to the win32 version. A better solution would be to simply log all matches as simple replay files similar to StarCraft/WarCraft. No performance hit, easy to share. Downside? No view of clicks (if any...) or UI elements.
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