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  1. https://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+does+being+a+tryhard+mean
  2. This is my first thought after reading the news. However, this may also be in the favor APB:Reloaded. Little Orbit does see a future in APB:Reloaded, otherwise they would've given up on it and sold APB:Reloaded as well. This money could give Little Orbit just enough to accomplish their ambition and re-populate APB:Reloaded. Thanks for caring about the game and the community, Little Orbit. And no, I am not sarcastic.
  3. @Muddy, Has the problem been resolved in the mean time? A reboot of your PC may have fixed it already.
  4. That is odd. I hope someone from the development team will notice this. In the mean time, this is a potential fix:
  5. You're missing files/the files are corrupted of your APB installation on your old PC. You shouldn't be copying these files to your new PC. Completely remove all files of APB and completely re-install APB via Steam.
  6. It's not exactly what SPCM did, this looks more advanced with more responsibilities. The SPCM team consisted of a small amount of APB players who wanted to assist players in the game. We did not monitor the chat (well, if it wasn't related to help requests - we didn't do anything with the chat), we did not do anything related to cheaters or rule breakers (besides reporting them on the usual way: support tickets). We were regular players who were recognized by GamersFirst as a "player assistant" with a fancy "<SPCM>" tag in front of our names so players could recognize us. We were also extremely active in the "Guides, tips and Strategy" section. We did not have a shorter line of communication between the APB Management Team and SPCM, we were regular players. I am not allowed to go into full detail since we did sign an NDA. In a nutshell: using the tag for anything else than helping players who had questions would result in a punishment. This 'community GM' does look like something which will give you more responsibilities. You could see this as "SPCM 2.0"? Hah.. Anyway, Lixil is perfectly capable of determing who is capable of being a marshal (GM) or not.
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