I have like 14 units of various types and each have needs, whether repairs, no ammo, lost weapon, missing gunners, irreparable and damaged vehicles, name it. And i have to see to each and everyone one by one while the enemy pounds at my position. I know war is hell but pc gaming should be heaven, right?
No matter how organised you try to be after a while it can become a bit of a mess with stray men hanging around all over the place, Squads where half of them have no ammo.
I either just send them running at enemy positions to get rid of them or send them to a fall back position where i base a supply truck, then when there are 8 of them i rearm them and group them together again to be used elsewhere.
The tank crews I normally hide somewhere until there is a vehicle i can repair or when the coast is clear maybe they can repair there own vehicle!
My games always start perfectly organised then after about 15 mins turn into a mess, small half squads littering the map, defensive positions made up of random units with varying ammo counts!! --- I Look Like I'm Pro But I Quit When I'm Losing To Pad My Stats - HOOFARTED
The devs should stop releasing expansions and work on their engine IMO. The squads love to blob up together or run in a straight line, there is no sense of AI wanting to live.
I think with work they could make a great proper sequel. Right now Assault Squad is 10 bucks, I'm thinking of grabbing it. --- XBL/PSN/Steam:DementedLullaby http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/burning-blade/dionisus/achievement
Basic unit AI would be great. For example if you tell a squad to move and they are blocked by a fence, they will go around the loooong way. Why not just hop the fence? You need to tell them to do it manually. So if you do tell them to do it manually, they all stack up single file and jump it at the same point one at a time, making them a very easy target. Maybe laying down if they get shot at.
Little things like, when not under fire, picking up ammo off the ground or redistributing ammo within a squad (Say, two guys with garands, one guy has a ton of ammo and the other is low... certainly he'd ask his buddy for some)
It is a great game but these little things can be frustrating, I agree.