Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Cybermancer, May 11, 2010.
those graphice look amazing.
pls don't quote pics
I've always thought the ue3 engine graphics in GOW was a bit drab tbh...
not sure if serious...
considering when the game came out it looks amazing for a game made years ago not comparing it to newer games that wouldn't seem right.BTW the avatar fits that statement lol
is that the zombie mod u mention? looks cool man..wish u link me to correct place to get it and how to play in which server
And even moar STO pics!
Man i love this game!!!
Crystaline terror! Currently the strongest beastie in all of Star Trek Online, to the point where people have given up trying to beat it since it cant be killed without "organized effort".
Strange new worlds...
Assault on "Empok Nor"
A bit over the top bloom lol.
Fire all phasers!
Orbital Phaser Strike
Force choke? Who needs force coke when your a changeling...ac...urk....ughhh!
And one more green hottie!
Some AvP2010 screen shots
yes its a zombie mod.
you just connect to the server, and it will download the mod , and the map.
ill let you know some IP's since im at work right now, without any access to steam.
Yeah u should play. sk8 sometimes joins also. The game is so unfair, i love it
Random STO Shots
Reduced from 1680 x 1050
Some more GW screens, finally got trough to one of the larger cities and from there the main part of the game(s) various stuff to do.
ive been playing for over 5 years, if you ever need help, add me in your friends list- Vain Reaper
once added on the list you dont have to type the name to whisper, just double click it(if you didnt know)
I might do that, some areas are quite tough after all (Like taking the wrong way out of town and going up against level 20+ foes, ha ha.) to get trough using just AI as they're sorta lacking in tactics, having finally started unlocking heroes and progressing towards level 20 things are improving considerably however.
(Compared to AI henchmen who tend to rush to their deaths and also level down when visiting certain earlier areas, real problem in that Frostgate mission as the bonus objective was guarded by four dwarven healers in two squads and their troops, sheer luck made that possible to win as the healers managed to be taken down before they started spam-healing each other.)
EDIT: (Meant as a reply to the below post and also to avoid taking up even more space and allow for actual screenshots to be added.)
Yes exactly, to but it mildly (And to explain those choices somewhat.) I've mainly focused on quests and unlocking new areas and in turn also gained new skills, I do have quite a list of available skills to choose from but I'm still using the basics learned from what is known as the tutorial section or "pre-searing" as it seems to be commonly called, been meaning to arrange it better and actually get something that's useful in later levels but just kept on going via aid from henchmen to complement these basics.
(Which of course won't really work at all against these upcoming areas, level is limited to 20 whereas enemies can range from 21 up to 33 for certain bosses and the so called "hard mode" version of each campaign, you still gain skill points per each 15.000 XP gained to further improve your character and resetting current attributes isn't a problem either and a must to balance each area best.)
EDIT: Culpa Innata (To have something to add to the thread at least, old adventure game but only recently started playing it.)
yea add me... looks like you might need a lil help wit your builds >_>
Mech Warrior: Living Legends
Wolfenstein is a really cool game, i would like to be able to play it, but it's the only game that give's me motion sickness.
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