Posted 10 February 2010 - 07:22 AM
Posted 10 February 2010 - 11:29 AM
Posted 10 February 2010 - 01:11 PM
I often asked myself the same question. When I first started playing I'd opt to reload and try again just to see if there was a way to win. You can develop all sorts of good strategies this way. But with this game there is always a factor of randomness which is involved: while a strategy may work in a playthrough of one mission, it may not work at all in another playthrough even though everything is the same. I've long since given up trying to guess the randomness and just accept the outcome now.
If i fail a mission should I just pull out and get some new soldiers or load my last save and try again? I always wondered this
Zombie: Empirical data's your only man, when formulating a research plan.
A soldier's death is never in vain if it makes the formula more plain.
A few dozen make a better case for refining that third decimal place.
They call me Zombie because I don't sleep, as I slowly struggle to climb this heap,
of corpses, data points, and trials, but from the top - I'll see for miles!
Posted 10 February 2010 - 10:32 PM
I suppose the what really matters is whether you're happy with losing all the experience or equipment lost during the battle. The longer you play the game and get used to its ins and outs, you'll be able to comfortably play the game with new to mildly experienced soldiers.
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