Demo for Konami's footballer joined by patches for Relic's WWII RTS, its expansion, and Blizzard's MMOG.
Fans of Konami's Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer can now download a demo for this years' installment in the series. Players can take to the pitch with or against Brazil, Argentina, France, Portugal, Spain, and Turkey for an exhibition game in one of five difficulty settings.
Company of Heroes and its newly released expansion pack, Opposing Fronts, have been updated to version 22.214.171.124. The patch includes a number of bug fixes, game tweaks, and balances.
World of Warcraft has also been patched today. The update implements a number of tweaks to classes, raid instances, and quests. This patch also includes a built-in voice chat system. You can download this update in either incremental or full versions.
A new version of the Mod SDK for Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars is also now available, as is episode one of the BattleCast Primetime Aftermath show, the CS Militia Classic map for Counter-Strike: Source, and an updated demo for Depths of Peril.
- Winning Eleven: Pro Evolution Soccer 2008 Demo
- Company of Heroes v1.70 to v126.96.36.199 Incremental Patch
- Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts v188.8.131.52 Patch
- World of Warcraft v2.2.0 Patch
- World of Warcraft v2.1.3 to v2.2.0 Incremental Patch
- World of Warcraft v2.1.3 to v2.2.0 UK Patch
- World of Warcraft v2.1.3 to v2.2.0 UK Incremental Patch
- Depths of Peril Demo
- Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars BattleCast Primetime Aftermath Episode 1
- Command & Conquer 3 Tiberium Wars Mod SDK
- Counter-Strike: Source CS Militia Classic Map
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