New patch for Need for Speed Carbon prevents crashes seen on Windows Vista; Lord of the Rings Online receives major content update.
Electronic Arts' Need for Speed Carbon has received a new update that fixes two Windows Vista-specific game crashes that occur during boot-up.
Meanwhile, Turbine's The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar has been patched up to Book 9: Shores of Evendim, which includes tons of new content. While a 608.9MB manual patch is available for European players on GameSpot, North American players must look to the in-game patching system for the new content.
Elsewhere on the file front, Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars has received a new multiplayer/skirmish map, a Nanny Mania demo is available, and patches for Two Worlds, Hearts of Iron II: Doomsday - Armageddon, Wildlife Park 2, and Scratches: Director's Cut are also available, as is a new unofficial patch for Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines.
- The Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar v1.12 to v1.2 (Shores of Evendim) Incremental EU Patch
- Need for Speed Carbon v1.4 Patch
- Nanny Mania Demo
- Hearts of Iron II: Doomsday - Armageddon v1.1 Patch
- Scratches: Director's Cut Patch 1
- Two Worlds v1.4 Patch
- Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines v3.7 Unofficial Patch
- Wildlife Park 2 v1.23 Patch
- Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars Sarajevo Red Zone Map
Hmm... Need for Speed Carbon is the only one of these games I own, without my Vista disc currently installed I'm not worried about it yet.
Try making a post on the LOTRO forum for a 10 day key, You might get flamed but thats the onlyway to get a "demo"
Hokkie i played the beta. and if you played wow and liked it you will probably like LOTRO. if you didnt like wow then chances are you wont like LOTRO, but you should try it out for yourself. so keep looking out for that demo
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