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  1. Yeh I really got that feeling too. When you race the same track over and over, the layout stays with you forever. Then one day you are playing a totally different game and you get deja vu!
  2. Great post Havoc. Time playing with the GRNET co-op team will always be tremendous find memories. I can remember the first time I was ever asked to play in a co-op mission, with comms (Roger Wilco comms not phone LMAO) - I think it was with Alpha Squad, and I had absolutely no clue how a co-op game was played in a competitive environment - right after that I was hooked though. One enduring memory competitive involved getting some data back to the extract point, before time ran out. The entire squad made it to extract apart from NYR32, who had to sprint like the clappers, with enemy tangos still patrolling the areas, over a large part of the map to make it to the rest of the team. It had been a challenge to get to extract and we were all totally stressed to the max - NYR had to make it back, or the mission was a failure! With the clock ticking down and us yelling like excited kids, he made it over a small bridge and into extract. Mission complete. The feeling of relief and achievement was awesome! I'll always be thankful for the work, effort and innovation that the squads running competitive co-op games put into the scene, it was a huge time commitment, but everybody got so much out of it. I've just been back look at the Tactical Elite site, I had forgotten so much about those days, really great days - great guys, great games. ps, Havoc, isn't steam such a fricking pain when it comes to adding friends, it just never works for me! I tried to add "grnet-havok" and it said no member!
  3. Zimmer mounted vr. Patent. Now.
  4. UBISOFT® ANNOUNCES TOM CLANCY’S GHOST RECON® WILDLANDS OPEN BETA, COMING FEBRUARY 23-27 GATHER YOUR SQUAD OF UP TO 4 PLAYERS AND START THE FIGHT FOR THE WILDLANDS OPEN BETA TRAILER: DOWNLOAD HERE + YOUTUBE London, UK — February 16th, 2017 — Today, Ubisoft® announced that the Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Wildlands Open Beta will be available to all players from February 23rd to 27th, 2017, on current-gen consoles and PC. Players eager to jump into the Ghost’s boots and tame the Wildlands will be able to pre-load the Open Beta starting this Monday, February 20th, 2017. Each player entering this Open Beta will get access to an exclusive mission – the “Unidad Conspiracy” mission, in which players will spark a war between the Unidad, a local corrupt militia group, and the Santa Blanca cartel – by playing the full game before March 31st, using the same Ubisoft account. The Open Beta will introduce players to two provinces among the 21 of the final game: Itacua, a flourishing and mountainous province where the grip of the cartel is looser, ideal to perfect your sniping skills and get introduced to the Wildlands. Montuyoc, set in the snowy Altiplano, and the second province available in this Open Beta, is much more challenging – players who have suppressed the Itacua bosses will gain XP and skills boosts allowing them to face this dangerous area, home to Santa Blanca elite training centers. Players can of course confront Montuyoc right away… at their own risk. As in the full game, all the content in the Open Beta will be playable with up to three friends on the same platform via four player co-op, or in single player. Players are free to utilise a large variety of vehicles, tactical equipment and weapons to get the job done. Set in the largest action-adventure open world ever created by Ubisoft, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands takes place in Bolivia, a few years from now, as the country has been turned by the vicious Santa Blanca drug cartel into a narco-state. Players are tasked with eliminating the cartel by any means necessary. The massive and responsive open world encourages a variety of playstyles, allowing players the freedom to choose how they execute any and all missions. The Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands PC Specs and System Requirements have also been announced today, please visit Ubiblog to get the full details. For more information about Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands, please visit www.ghostrecon.com.
  5. Bust up your car into a pole? Whatcha gonna do?
  6. Virtual reality over real world environments, holy cow thats awesome. I'd sign up in a heartbeat. Thanks for posting that, never seen it before.
  7. There are a couple of good VR shooters already that have you ducking behind crates and stuff, then leaning out to take your shot - it's really cool.
  8. Ok I'm going to go out on a limb here and risk getting flamed. BUT... Isn't Arma one of those games that really doesn't look that great in game, but with a little photoshopping, screenshots from ArmA can be quite impressive....?
  9. Yeh looks a bit cumbersome, but its progress.
  10. Check out these Ghost Recon Wildlands Logo's that didn't quite make the final cut. Credit : Onur Senturk at Behance.
  11. LOL, I like your forward planning Lightspeed.