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This Weekend: Rockstar Games 50% Off on Steam
09/27/2008 | 04:18 AM
Forum: News, Announcements & Features Posted By: Ennui Post Time: 26-09-2008 at 09:06 PM
Left 4 Dead Official System Requirements
09/27/2008 | 04:18 AM
Forum: News, Announcements & Features Posted By: DigiQ8 Post Time: 26-09-2008 at 12:15 AM
Firearms: Source Update
09/27/2008 | 04:18 AM
Forum: News, Announcements & Features Posted By: Hectic Glenn Post Time: 24-09-2008 at 06:21 PM
Counter-Strike 1.6 BETA Updated
09/26/2008 | 08:31 PM
Another update has been made tonight for the Counter-Strike 1.6 BETA. This important update should hopefully fix a major issue most gamers were having.
  • Fixed "Steam validation rejected" error on connect
  • Added "bannedcfgfile" cvar so you can control the file written to by
    the writeid command
Server admins should run hldsupdatetool to nab this patch.
Steam Deal - Rockstar Games 50% Off
09/26/2008 | 08:12 PM
For this weekend only, all Rockstar titles are 50% off of their normal price! This means that titles such as Max Payne, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, and others are half off.

This means that the entire Rockstar Collection is only $29.99 (USD) instead of the $59.99 it normally would cost to buy each game separate at regular price.

The package includes: GTA, GTA2, GTA3, GTA: San Andreas, GTA: Vice City, Manhunt, Max Payne, Max Payne 2, Midnight Club 2, and Wild Metal.

You can also buy each game individually if you already own the others, also at a reduced cost. The Rockstar Collection will only be half off for this weekend only.
Battlegroup-Frontlines v1.05 Released
09/26/2008 | 06:25 PM
BattleGroupFrontlines released v1.05 today, adding in full bot support, new sounds, weapons and much more. Check the full changelog for a list of...
Jack Thompson Permanently Disbarred, Issues Statement
09/26/2008 | 12:40 PM
Jack Thompson, the now former attorney, was permanently disbarred after a ruling from the Florida Supreme Court.

Earlier this year Judge Tunis found that Thompson was guilty of 27 out of the 31 diciplinary issues surrounding him. She had recommended an enhanced, 10 year disbarment. The final ruling made the other day found Jack Thompson permanently disbarred and unable to practice law. He must also pay legal fees to the tune of $43,675.35.

Following the ruling, Thompson shot off an e-mail response to Kotaku.
The timing of this disbarment transparently reveals its motivation: This past Friday Thompson filed a federal civil rights action against The Bar, the Supreme Court, and all seven of its Justices.

This rush to disbarment is in retribution for the filing of that federal suit. With enemies this foolish, Thompson needs only the loyal friends he has. Thompson always wanted to own a Bar. Now, armed with multiple US Supreme Court rulings that no state bar can do what it has done to Thompson, he is set to own that Bar.
Jack Thompson, aside from speaking in the third person and acting as spokesperson for conspiracy theorists, will not go down without a fight.
Battlefield Heroes Hands-On - EuroGamer
09/26/2008 | 12:09 PM
EuroGamer had some time with the Battlefield Heroes beta and have posted up a new preview.Battlefield Heroes' visual charm isn't just about...
Eurogamer's Hands-on With Battlefield: Heroes
09/26/2008 | 11:34 AM
Eurogamer has had a chance to go a few rounds with Battlefield: Heroes, the upcoming free title from DICE and the rest of the Battlefield crew. The team certainly talked up the visuals quite a bit, but how does the game play?
Don't let the happy campers and holiday-resort maps fool you into thinking this game is about anything other than killing, though. Although the pace has been slowed, and the pin-sharp, headshot-critical precision of previous Battlefields deliberately smudged to make it more accessible, Battlefield Heroes is still a take-no-prisoners respawn riot.

Both maps are based on the Conquest game type, with the National (Nazi) and Royal (Allied) Armies vying to keep their flags flying over four bases, and erode the other side's score first. Seaside Skirmish is very vehicle-biased; it's dominated by the game's chunky tanks, although jeeps offer fast transit around its rolling fields, and fighter planes strafe from the sky (pretty ineptly - few players have mastered their wildly exaggerated banking and rolling yet, but everyone's having fun trying).
The preview article isn't all sunshine and lollipops though. Eurogamer had a few issues with the fact that some features aren't actually implemented yet, and some other features aren't exactly clear yet.

Personally speaking, Battlefield: Heroes is a blast to play. Once it's fully released to the public you'll begin to hear a lot more praise for the title.

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