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by MahoneyRed - September 03, 2013, 10:41:36 AM
Game night this Friday will be Battlefield 3! The guys at Vitality Gaming still have a server they were using at our Summer LAN, so let's get some play time out of it.
The maps are all stock so no need to worry about any expansion packs. Same time as always, around 9 p.m. on Friday night. Be sure to hang out in the TeamSpeak with us.
I for one have every intention of being an absolute C4 whore. Unfortunately I suck at sneaking up on things so this could be a one way ticket to the failboat.
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by sully! - August 22, 2013, 06:30:59 AM
Rancho Cordova, CA (August 21, 2013) – For anyone serious about fun and games, Dream Arcades, the world’s largest manufacturer and distributor of arcade machines for the home or office, today unveiled the Kegerator Pro 60, the world’s first arcade machine with a 60 inch HD screen that features three taps, so players never have to stop the action to refill their drink and a built in fridge. The unit comes pre-loaded with over 140 classic arcade games including Ms. Pac Man, Centipede, Galaga and Street Fighter – no quarters needed!
The Kegerator Pro 60 can be ordered beginning today at DreamArcades.com or by calling 916-761-6925. In addition, as a special promotion, Dream Arcades is including multiple “add-ons” at no additional cost, including a DVD-ROM upgrade and multiple gaming “packs” with dozens of additional games. The Kegerator Pro 60 is available for $4,999.00.
The 60” LED HD screen can also be used to surf the Internet and watch movies. The unit also comes complete with built-in MP3 software, so the arcade can double as a music jukebox. The three taps included allow players to have their choice of three different beverages, so the grown-ups can keep the beer flowing on one tap, while the other taps can feature different carbonated beverages including root beer or sparkling apple juice. The arcade also features two built-in cup holders so players can keep their drinks topped off while keeping one hand on the joystick.
“Dream Arcades has been making arcade machines for over a decade and the Kegerator Pro 60 will appeal to anyone that wants to combine their love for classic gaming with a cold, frosty beverage,” said Michael Ware, president of Dream Arcades. “No detail has been overlooked and for anyone looking for the ultimate party machine, this is the one to get. And with an amazing array of classic arcade games, the fun will never stop.”
The games included on the Kegerator Pro 60 are the actual games that were played in the arcades, not fake reproductions. The same moves that helped you beat the enemies when you played in the arcade years ago will still work in your home. In addition, gamers can add even more games to their machine by purchasing additional titles in “packs” including classics from Midway Games (including Mortal Kombat) and Taito Games (including Space Invaders and Jungle Hunt). Players can also add classics such as Q*BERT and Golden Tee Golf.
The following is a sample of the games included at no additional cost on the Kegerator Pro 60. The full list is available at DreamArcades.com:
Atari® Game Pack
Digital Leisure Game Pack
Dragon's Lair II®
Midway® Game Pack
Root Beer Tapper®
Namco Museum® Pack
In addition, 60 Atari 2600 games are also included at no additional charge. All titles are trademarks of Atari®, Digital Leisure, Midway®, Namco®, Capcom® or Incredible Technologies®.
About Dream Arcades:
Dream Arcades LLC is the world’s largest manufacturer and distributor of arcade machines for the home or office. Established in 2002, Dream Arcades units have been enjoyed by gamers all over the world. Dream Arcades has setup strategic alliances with millworks, parts vendors and software companies to offer our customers the lowest cost arcades possible while still maintaining the quality and functionality required to produce an authentic arcade experience at home. Our video arcades meet high quality standards and each unit goes through a rigorous series of tests that take several days to complete. For more information or to order an arcade machine, please visit www.DreamArcades.com
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by MahoneyRed - August 20, 2013, 09:53:24 AM
After the initial E3 reveal of "Tom Clancy's The Division" people were instantly excited. The game looks to be an open world Third Person shooter that is team based and offers a wide variety of options from in game instances to PvP combat. In case you missed the initial trailer, allow me to whet your appetite.
And then all that joy was immediately turned to sorrow when players in the PC community found that Ubisoft only planned to have a console release.
All of that has changed. Ubisoft just announced there will be a PC version of The Division released as well. It would appear that online petitions and social media comments do have an impact on game publisher decisions.
There's not much more to report other than that. I hope the PC version is more than a console port. When giving PC support to a game it requires that control schemes and mechanics of player control are thought about with pc controls in mind, and not just remapping buttons and movement to a keyboard/mouse combo.
Now if only we could get a First Person Oculus Rift option.
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