quinta-feira, 21 de abril de 2011

Global Agenda

Now here is a true breath of fresh air when it comes to shooters, If you're looking for an awesome PvP based game, this is it. Global Agenda does have some PvE but its PvP is far superior and its the main focus of the game.
You can choose from 4 diferent classes:

Medic, the healer class (DUH!), but can also work as a dps class with the use of poison weapons and grenades.
Assault, the tanks but are also good as a damage class.
Recons, the average rogue/ninja kind of class, uses stealth, snipers, and mines.
Robotics, the "engineer" class, uses turrets, drones and can also repair them and place healing stations and help respawn beacons activate faster.

Here's a trailer, as an Assault PoV

Now the game is free to play, you just download it and get started. But you only get half the experience points, credits and tokens as the "Elite Agents" and you don't get any loot at the end of a mission if you're a "Free Agent".
To become an Elite Agent you need to pay a one time fee of 15.99€
But if you're already an Elite Agent you get cupons that when used at the store give you a 50% discount so its just 7.99€.
There are also Boosters that you can buy that double the exp, credits, tokens and loot again! Even If you're already an Elite Agent.
And If you buy the "Elite Agent" pack together with a booster the 50% discount apply to both! But if you try to buy the booster seperatelly the discount does not apply to the booster.

So if you are interested in trying out this game in full and get everything out of it here are some coupons for you guys to use.
They can be used multiple times.

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quarta-feira, 13 de abril de 2011

Fallout: New Vegas will be getting a big bug fixing patch ahead of the announcement of its next DLC episode. A post on Bethesda’s forums says that the patch will add “optimizations and stability improvements,” as well as fixes for the crashes and lockups that many players have been experiencing. The update will also be a few community requested weapon tweaks and balance changes.

We can expect the patch to arrive in the next couple of weeks, but the announcement of the next chunk of DLC is coming “very soon.” There aren’t any official details yet on what the DLC will contain, but a recently leaked trailer revealed that it’s likely to be called Honest Hearts. The trailer was quickly pulled, but a fan at Duck and Cover managed to grab a quick screenshot. You’ll find it below.

Not much to go on just yet. We’ll have more on the DLC as soon as it’s announced. Until then, you can spruce up your copy of Fallout: New Vegas with our selection of the top 25 Fallout: New Vegas mods.

sexta-feira, 1 de abril de 2011

April fools?

Two new Duke Nukem Forever trailers have been released. The first one shows the Duke’s take on a common dilemma, what do you do when you’re falling off a building while attached to an alien with a jetpack? The second video offers an easier dilemma, what you should do when you come across feces in a toilet? Flush it? No. The Duke’s answer is to pick it up and throw it at giant mech monsters.

[via VG247]

quarta-feira, 30 de março de 2011

Battlefied 3 new trailer!

The latest Battlefield 3 trailer has landed, giving us part 3 of the Fault Line series. This one features bomb defusing, first person melee combat, and a huge running street battle. Here are parts one and two of the series. For more info on the game, check out the official Battlefield 3 site.

New Max payne 3 screenshots!

We haven’t heard anything about Max Payne 3 for almost two years, now Rockstar games have posted two new images of the hardboiled hero on their Twitter account with a simple message: “he’s coming.” You’ll find the new pictures below.

Max Payne 3 is set more than a decade after the first two games, and features an even more grizzled Max, trying to battle his way out of Sao Paulo. All we’ve seen of the game so far are the six images on the officialMax Payne 3 site, and now these fresh ones.
from PCgamer.com