9 May 2008 Posted by PAISLEY


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Many types of fantasy, eye-candy structures and facilities (tall walls, gigantic towers) are visible from every corner of the map also fill Oblivion's landscapes. Anyway, the whole non-violent scheme may reside in Trojan envy. I really do not know - it is just my wild guess. I was that close into believing they were trying to mock the Spartans by making video games with them in friendly postures (like the Peace Sign, Smiley or "Have a Nice Day!" motto), when I realized that it is more plausible to take into consideration that this is a turn-based historical simulation game with focus on a strategic level of gameplay rather than the gory "tactical" clash, best-selling poop. So no Spartan spirit for you, you pervert! If you want to see how steel (I mean bronze) meets flesh in the most entertaining of blood fountains, go play chess or something! On the other hand, there are the humans. The weak, skinny ones get to do the hard work as slaves. The more skillful humans get paid as mercenaries while the really lucky ones are merchants. They all work to sustain the orcs' kind of life. They take care of the food supplies, the booze (highly rated in the realm both by orcs and humans) and also they are in charged with the orcs' entertainment by fighting in specially designed arenas. Just like in the real world, when the conditions become this harsh there are people standing up, eager to liberate the human kind one settlement at a time (of course that would be their town, not a chance of getting them involved with neighbor cities). The night is as pitch black as it can be without you being actually blind. You feel the brick wall before your hands, dark and cold to the touch. There are some clear bullet holes in it, through which you let your fingers run without thinking of anything in particular. As you sit crouched behind the wall, you plan your following few moves. As your company draws fire, you'll move to the left and scout for that damn sniper that's been taking shots at your squad for the last couple of minutes. Then, you'll duck behind the next corner, hoping you'll see a clear muzzle flash that lets you know where to fire. The guy behind you pats you quickly on the back and you know it's time to move. Players are placed on the edges of the map. Usually the base is somewhat protected by high level terrain with no more than two-three accessing paths. As I already said before, the building tree is not very widely spread. There are 11 buildings to choose from. Following on the footsteps of its predecessors the game also permits the player to evolve even without making excessive use of materials in an attempt to speed up production of a certain unit. This is also constrained by the population cap, increasable only by conquest of new strategic points. Although it varies depending on the race, the maximum possible population is 200 (don't forget that squads rarely take only one spot). I have contradictory opinions about the sound department and not just because I have multiple personalities. At first I was a little disappointed because I was under the impression the Tommy, in fact the actor that played him, had a really bad day and he was just waiting to get home. The lines didn't have the punch I was expecting. Later on I realized that in fact maybe this is what the voice of someone in his situation would sound and I actually began to appreciate it. I'm not sure others will find the patience to discover this. Either way, the music and sounds are great and I have nothing to hold against Human Head for using some of the initial samples that we've heard in 1997. And now it's time for some history or in this case Greek mythology: it all began with Uranus and Gaia (mother Earth). He gave her twelve children (among other), the titans, but he hated what they were: one hundred arms giants, hecatonchires, and one eyed giants, the Cyclops. He imprisoned them in the bowels of the earth, later know as Tartarus, and they caused their mother a lot of pain. She sent Cronus to castrate (don't ask) and overthrown Uranus which he did. He was later overthrown by Zeus, one of his sons with Rhea. After a long war called Titanomachy (War of the Titans), Zeus imprisons the Titans back in Tartarus, from where they escape in the intro movie from "Titan Quest". To make things feel more natural and less "dead", the developers gave Larry the freedom to get drunk (a thing which further injures your brain, wherein your eyeballs will be systematically scandalized by a crazy camera-view) or pee wherever and whenever he wants. For those who despise drinking, there are many useful and entertaining things to do like low-res photography and posing. Posing requires you to have a high confidence level and to successfully push the right buttons in the right order. There are no benefits in this kind of activity. Well, photography deserves some attention because selling the right photos to the right person is good for business. And that's about it all. Although the majority of bugs needed to get extremely close to their target to pose any threat, the M.I. troopers invariably acted the same way: struggled to come as near as possible to the bugs although their equipment consisted of ranged weapons. Moreover, the troopers' equipment was a mess: even the medieval knights can be considered better armored against the bugs, and where are the tanks, flame throwers, anti-personnel mines, and chain guns? Even the sights on their weapons are conspicuously missing. Furthermore, there was no evidence of military discipline and battlefield tactics. They resembled to a barbaric mob that broke the lines and routed with the first cry of defeat. Everybody wants to be a pirate now. And since Johnny Depp proved to be such a jolly fellow as a pirate, the romantic shade of this profession is ever increasing. However, history depicts these characters as cruel blood thirsty sea thieves roaming the waves in search of easy looting. It is believed that the history of piracy dates back more than 3000 years and the first writings

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