In case you didn’t know, Crysis is to be the next game from Far Cry developers Crytek – using their new CryEngine2. Far Cry pushed the boundaries of what PCs were capable of when it was first released, and also managed to pack in a brilliant and open ended single player campaign as well as a (admittedly a bit uninspired) multiplayer system. Crysis looks like it will be doing the same thing again.
With the Firefox 2 RC3 being released recently we have all been waiting with bated breath for the full 2.0 release. Well I have anyway. Seems I didn’t have long to wait: Firefox 2 has been moved to the ‘release’ section of Mozilla’s FTP server.
(From that page go to either ‘win32’ –> locale or linux-i686 –> locale
Note: At the time of writing (~1740 23/10/06) Firefox 2 hasn’t actually been officially released on the Firefox homepage. This is expected Tuesday.
Firefox 2 has since been released. Go get it!
Just to let you know I am now in possesion of my very own purchased-from-a-store spyware! After the install and quick patch which was avaliable pre-release, I started it up and quickly was able to stick in my EA details and got my ksyme99 username all ready to go! I even get a fancy 2 next to my name to show I was a “veteran” of battlefield 2…Best part of that is a free unlock and I had to choose the frag grenades – can’t be without them on the Titan! I have also binded my keys and set my audio settings so I don’t have to be deafened when using teamspeak. Unfortunately can’t actually play it yet, must eat and then got a life later on…but I will be sure to post my thoughts tomorrow when I get round to playing!
NOTE: The [HoG] clan tag is a long and pointless story – needless to say it is now more tradition than meaning anything, especially since no other [HoG] members are planning on getting this game at the moment…
This has been a hot topic as of late, with most people seeing this as another EA money scam, others as a blatent invasion of piracy and a few don’t see the big deal. I have come across an article which explains the motives behind the ads and what they actually collect.
UPDATE: The official word from EA has also been posted where they confirm what has already been said.
Just a quick post to let anyone who hasn’t heard know that IE 7 has officially been released as a public download after one and a half years in development. The word is that it will be pushed into automatic updates on November 1st.
It should also be noted that Firefox 2 will hopefully be released in the next few weeks, as RC 3 was made available a couple days ago. The version of Firefox 1.5 that shipped was the same as its RC 3, so here’s hoping. Personally, I can’t wait for Firefox 3 and the changes to the Gecko rendering engine (ACID compliance and the like).
On November 1st, half the world will start IE 7 and think “Oooh! The internet’s been upgraded!”
This post started out as a continuation of my long lost one about the best shooters which you must play. In the end it looks more like a review for oblivion, so I shall officaially declare this the start of a series of reviews I will do on some of the games I own.
(Update 1: to include sypware EULA)
(Update 2: to include second link)
So. In the latest CGW podcast, they received retail boxed copies of BF 2142.
When you open the box, a big slip of paper falls out first, preceeding any discs or manuals.
Since Kenny did a good review of 2142, I thought I would add my thoughts to the mix.
I was in a demo mood last night, and got 3 of them, Paraworld, Star Wars Empire at War Forces of Corruption and Flight Simulator X. Read on for my comments
Not been many posts on BF2 since…a while. Last one was about the 1.2 patch, and adding new weapons as I recall. Those days are far behind us. We now have 1.4 and the game to me is just as fun, if not more so, than when I first started playing over a year ago now. But now we have a new beast on the horizon, 2142…