Almost a year of beeing a member at GS, I must chill out the for the rest of the summer holidays!:lol: So won't be active on GS until September. :( But I'll be back, don't worry! :lol: Have fun on your summer holidays too!
By the way, I won't be also active in my union, but if you're kind enough.....then continue to post there while I'm away!)
See ya! Huraaa!! Summer Holidays!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:lol:
Yap, like what the title says, I have new games. It was an offer at my favorite store that said "Buy one and get one free (the free one was the lowest price and it must be max. 10 pounds". So I bought Halo (I had it, but I lose it!:(), Brothers in Arms: Earned Blood (my first Brothers in Arms game), Star Wars Knights: The Old Republic (I heard that it's good) and S.T.A.L.K.E.R. (I only played it at my friend's PC, something like half of the game, but it's worth the purchase and the play.
I love my store!
After seeing Diablo 3 and Starcraft 2, I decided to re-install my old ones and play them to remind me of how cool are they. So, I re-installed Starcraft: Brood War and Diablo 2 on my PC. Most of the time I'll play Starcraft on multiplayer. Maybe we will meet on multiplayer. See ya!\
By the way! My name on multiplayer is Mircea_Calarasu. You'll find me in the Europe Server at Battle.net! See you there!
Gamespot and IGN are the best source of video games sites in the history of Internet. But which one is better? Which is most visited by people? It's time to find out with a little help from Alexa.com . I'll reveil the winner. :twisted: The results are:
And the winner is Gamespot. I knew that Gamespot is better. I always loved Gamespot!
2 more games in my collection. These are Timeshift and Sins of Solar Empire. Heard good things about them. Anyway, here's my preview on them.
TimeShift is a sci-fi, first-person shooter from Vivendi Games for the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.Plot:
Scientists from the near-future have begun work on creating a viable time machine. The project results in the creation of two devices, the Alpha Suit, a less advanced prototype jump suit, and the Beta Suit, a more advanced, so-called military grade model with features the Alpha Suit lacks such as combat-related timeshifting abilities and an integrated AI designed to prevent the creation of Paradoxes.
The director of the project, Doctor Aiden Krone, takes the Alpha Suit and travels into the past. Once there he alters the timeline, placing himself as the ruler of the Krone Magistrate that controls a dystopic world.
The protagonist, a fellow scientist whose name is never spoken (never mentioned in-game or in manual), then takes the Beta Suit and follows Dr. Krone back to the year 1939 (in an alternate timestream) to a place called Alpha District. He then proceeds to assist the Occupant Rebellion against Dr. Krone.
The plot looks quite interesting.
The unique feature of TimeShift is that the player is able to control time: stopping, rewinding, or slowing it down more or less at will, similar to the Prince of Persia series.
Not the best, but not the worse.
Sins of a Solar Empire
Sins of a Solar Empire is a science fiction real-time strategy computer game developed by Ironclad Games for Windows XP and Vista and published by Stardock Entertainment in February 2008.
It doesn't seem to have one.
Sins of a Solar Empire is a space-bound game. The playing field is a 3D web of planets and other celestial objects in the orbital plane of one or more stars.
Players can view entire star systems, then zoom in to their planets and even individual fleets, starships, and even fighters, similar to the strategic zoom featured in the 2007 RTS title Supreme Commander.
Players can conquer neighboring planets and explore distant star systems in a "massively scaled, fully 3D environment featuring entire galaxies, orbiting planets, clusters of asteroids, space dust and radiant stars." In an exclusive interview with IGN, Ironclad director Blair Fraser suggests that the game's "Iron engine" is specially designed with new technologies that allow it to handle very large differences in size, scale, and distance.
It will be at least one of the best RTSs of 2008.
After buying Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2, I saw one of my favorite games at the stores, Frontlines Fuel of War. So, I bought it because it was very cheap (13 pounds). Altought I played it at my friend's house like 50% of the campaign, but I think it's worth buying it.
And here is the problem. I also saw the F.E.A.R. Platinum Collection with all the F.E.A.R. games in it + C&C The First Decade with all the C&C games in it. I was thinking to sell my F.E.A.R. and buy the Platinum collection or only buy C&C The First Decade. Please help me. What's better? All the F.E.A.R. games or all the C&C games?
I was thinking at something quite cool. I know that many of you or others have an Xbox 360 console + games, so let's a make a sister union of World of Masterpiece PC Games Union. It will be same like mine but it will be about Xbox 360 games. I wish to form it, but I can't because I have already formed a union. Tell me if it's a good idea. So, I need someone who loves Xbox 360 games more than PC games and that he didn't form a union yet.
Also, the leader of the union will be the person who formed (of course), but I'll be superior than him because it was my idea to form it. I don't want to be mean, but it was my idea. And also, give me credits for it in the union.
The name of the union will be "World of Masterpiece Xbox 360 Games Union".(long name, yeah!)
By the way, you can tell your friends about it and if they want to form it, that will be awesome.
So please contact me if you want to form it. Thanks!
Today I bought Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2. The game looks ok for the moment. The best GRAW so far. Wish me luck, I heard that it's hard. And please GRAW2, don't dissapoint me like R6V2.:lol: