Tactical Jerky

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  1. *cough* *cough*
  2. From Ghost Recon: Caves: The one where it all started for me, being the first GR map. It gave a sense of freedom and openness. Interesting terrain design, as well as vertically. Farm: Another great open map design. You could move in directly or take the long route and flank. The accessible farmhouse and barn offered some nice CQB. And I also really liked the overall look. I'd really love to see a similar but bigger kind of map being made for GB. @V2_Bloodline I don't believe The Regiment had a map with an enterable airplane, as far as I can recall.
  3. What about targeting non western markets like the Asian? Would there be a market for this kind of genre over there?
  4. Sorry if I didn't make myself clear but what I meant to say was, to what is the term "untouchable" referring to?
  5. Yeah I also think it's a wise choice to support a Mac version from the start. This widens the target audience and could potentially bring in a lot more backers. We need to use this to our advantage by contacting Mac sites/communities.
  6. Only one way to find out.
  7. I saw it a few weeks ago and I really liked it. Both fun and touching. About the character replacement, I noticed it as well at the end of the movie when you see a small piece featuring the real people which the movie is based upon (I haven't read the book). I also didn't understood the reasoning behind that. I guess that the makers thought that the public probably thinks a long black male is funnier to watch than a short Arab?? Also could you explain me why this movie actually is called 'The Intouchables'? I never got that.
  8. That game the cat's playing actually exists (minus the exorcist girl) I tried to get my cat playing it.
  9. I don't think you'll get bored if you haven't seen the previous movies. But to get the most out of it I do recommend you to watch 'Alien' beforehand.
  10. Well I saw it tonight. Here are my thoughts (I try to refrain from spoilers): It was a good and entertaining movie. Nothing in the scale of epic or edge of your seat kind of suspense that I had hoped for, but still enough to be labeled good. The film gives a slight answer to one of the questions you had after watching 'Alien', in that it gives you some background info about the race of the mysterious dead being aka 'The Space Jockey'. But it only gives you a glimpse and in return it just leaves you with more questions. And that's sort of a double-edged sword because on one side you expected to get answers which are still left unanswered. While on the other side it remains a mystery that you can fantasize about. That said I did feel somewhat abandoned and unsatisfied after it ended. And the movie kind of feels like a pilot of a tv show in the way that it seems to be made with more episodes in mind which is rather unfortunate. Also there are the usual awkward things that prevent the movie from becoming believable, but I will save that for a later moment. For the rest it's a perfectly enjoyable sci-fi movie that keeps you entertained for a good 2 hours.
  11. 6/1: Sheriff: Maryland student, 21, admits eating housemate's heart, part of brain http://edition.cnn.com/2012/05/31/justice/maryland-alleged-cannibal/index.html?hpt=hp_t3
  12. I'm really looking forward to see it. I'll likely pay a visit to the cinema later this week. I already 'prepared' myself by having seen the old Alien movies again.
  13. A friend tipped me about those Witz. Correct 'For Y'ur Height Only' starring Weng Weng.