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New TS3! Update your bookmarks!

Javelin Staff posted Aug 13, 14
TS3 has moved!

Patient Zero Finally Discovered

Voodeux Staff posted Jul 30, 14

Fucking Die Already Day - aka Happy Birthday EVE Online.

Pilots Manual :

Zarnak Member The new patch made it handle better with my joy stick. Can get to Wave 11 now and then the game crashes on me lol.
Voodeux Staff

GOT Deaths

AtroKahn ContributorMember posted Jun 4, 14

Memorial Day

Javelin Staff posted May 26, 14

President Reagan's 1986 Memorial Day Speech at Arlington National Cemetery

Today is the day we put aside to remember fallen heroes and to pray that no heroes will ever have to die for us again. It’s a day of thanks for the valor of others, a day to remember the splendor of America and those of her children who rest in this cemetery and others. It’s a day to be with the family and remember.

I was thinking this morning that across the country children and their parents will be going to the town parade and the young ones will sit on the sidewalks and wave their flags as the band goes by. Later, maybe, they’ll have a cookout or a day at the beach. And that’s good, because today is a day to be with the family and to remember.

Arlington, this place of so many memories, is a fitting place for some remembering. So many wonderful men and women rest here, men and women who led colorful, vivid, and passionate lives. There are the greats of the military: Bull Halsey and the Admirals Leahy, father and son; Black Jack Pershing; and the GI’s general, Omar Bradley. Great men all, military men. But there are others here known for other things.

Here in Arlington rests a sharecropper’s son who became a hero to a lonely people. Joe Louis came from nowhere, but he knew how to fight. And he galvanized a nation in the days after Pearl Harbor when he put on the uniform of his country and said, "I know we’ll win because we’re on God’s side.” Audie Murphy is here, Audie Murphy of the wild, wild courage. For what else would you call it when a man bounds to the top of a disabled tank, stops an enemy advance, saves lives, and rallies his men, and all of it single-handedly. When he radioed for artillery support and was asked how close the enemy was to his position, he said, "Wait a minute and I’ll let you speak to them.”

Michael Smith is here, and Dick Scobee, both of the space shuttle Challenger. Their courage wasn’t wild, but thoughtful, the mature and measured courage of career professionals who took prudent risks for great reward—in their case, to advance the sum total of knowledge in the world. They’re only the latest to rest here; they join other great explorers with names like Grissom and Chaffee.

Oliver Wendell Holmes is here, the great jurist and fighter for the right. A poet searching for an image of true majesty could not rest until he seized on "Holmes dissenting in a sordid age.” Young Holmes served in the Civil War. He might have been thinking of the crosses and stars of Arlington when he wrote: "At the grave of a hero we end, not with sorrow at the inevitable loss, but with the contagion of his courage; and with a kind of desperate joy we go back to the fight.”

All of these men were different, but they shared this in common: They loved America very much. There was nothing they wouldn’t do for her. And they loved with the sureness of the young. It’s hard not to think of the young in a place like this, for it’s the young who do the fighting and dying when a peace fails and a war begins. Not far from here is the statue of the three servicemen—the three fighting boys of Vietnam. It, too, has majesty and more. Perhaps you’ve seen it—three rough boys walking together, looking ahead with a steady gaze. There’s something wounded about them, a kind of resigned toughness. But there’s an unexpected tenderness, too. At first you don’t really notice, but then you see it. The three are touching each other, as if they’re supporting each other, helping each other on.

I know that many veterans of Vietnam will gather today, some of them perhaps by the wall. And they’re still helping each other on. They were quite a group, the boys of Vietnam—boys who fought a terrible and vicious war without enough support from home, boys who were dodging bullets while we debated the efficacy of the battle. It was often our poor who fought in that war; it was the unpampered boys of the working class who picked up the rifles and went on the march. They learned not to rely on us; they learned to rely on each other. And they were special in another way: They chose to be faithful. They chose to reject the fashionable skepticism of their time. They chose to believe and answer the call of duty. They had the wild, wild courage of youth. They seized certainty from the heart of an ambivalent age; they stood for something.

And we owe them something, those boys. We owe them first a promise: That just as they did not forget their missing comrades, neither, ever, will we. And there are other promises. We must always remember that peace is a fragile thing that needs constant vigilance. We owe them a promise to look at the world with a steady gaze and, perhaps, a resigned toughness, knowing that we have adversaries in the world and challenges and the only way to meet them and maintain the peace is by staying strong.

That, of course, is the lesson of this century, a lesson learned in the Sudetenland, in Poland, in Hungary, in Czechoslovakia, in Cambodia. If we really care about peace, we must stay strong. If we really care about peace, we must, through our strength, demonstrate our unwillingness to accept an ending of the peace. We must be strong enough to create peace where it does not exist and strong enough to protect it where it does. That’s the lesson of this century and, I think, of this day. And that’s all I wanted to say. The rest of my contribution is to leave this great place to its peace, a peace it has earned.

Thank all of you, and God bless you, and have a day full of memories.

Sam ContributorStaff Thank You Jav.... , So many forget , and many more never realize there memorial BBQ was paid for with the blood of m...
AtroKahn ContributorMember Very well put.
Zyke Member Just saw this. Beautiful post Jav.


AtroKahn ContributorMember posted May 21, 14

Dawngate - LOL with boobs?

Voodeux Staff posted Apr 10, 14  -  DawngateEA GamesiruinVoodeux

A MOBA with an ESRB rating that includes violence, blood, mild language,
sexual themes, and partial nudity?
You would think that a developer finally figured out who their target audience was.

  So I just read an interesting article about the Witcher 3: Wild Hunt being developed by CD Projekt Red and how it will be using the Umbra3 middleware to optimize critical parts of a game such as rendering and provide tools to help with content streaming and game logic. I won't bore you with all the details and to be completely honest I didn't understand half of it; but I did understand this part.
The Witcher 3 needs Umbra3 because its going to be fucking huge.

Shadowrun Online

Voodeux Staff posted Apr 2, 14  -  iRuinReviewShadowrun OnlineVoodeux

Well March 31st has come and gone and the first looks have been made on this initial playtest of Cliffhangers jump into the world of Shadowrun and the game that almost never came to be.

Javelin Staff Nice writeup as usual Voodeux.

Zarnak's Idris

AtroKahn ContributorMember posted Mar 29, 14

The original concept was not sized to fit with the Hornet model. Since the Idris would need to carry multiple Hornets (in both Squadron 42 and the persistent universe) they needed to expand the flight deck. Other additions, necessary as we learned exactly how a capital ship would function, necessitated more inside: a tender to support repair operations, medical facilities for the FPS segment and so on. The Idris needed to get bigger and better!

In the end, the ship was a full hundred meters longer and a much more imposing threat than the patrol corvette we originally imagined. As such, we have made the decision to reclassify the ship. The Idris is now a frigate, and existing fiction will be updated to reflect this change wherever possible. We are not removing Idrises from anyone’s inventories; everyone who owned an Idris corvette yesterday owns an Idris frigate today. I’m hoping existing backers will be happy: you’re ending up with twice the ship you pledged for!

acthy Kahn I know where we can hold hands naked now
Zarnak Member If you do it in my captains quarters I'll toss your ass out an airlock! The rest of the ship is fair game though.
Pyr0punk PlaygroundContributorMember sweet more room to hide and jerk off i

SWTOR Galactic Strongholds expansion announced

As the war between the Empire and the Republic rages, the galaxy’s greatest heroes have expanded their influence by acquiring STRONGHOLDS, customizable bastions of personal luxury. In a bid for power, these heroes must also join together to launch their own

Javelin Staff Thanks for the heads up. It's about damn time they did this.

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare

Voodeux Staff posted Mar 15, 14

Per request we are now hosting a
Chivalry: Medieval Warfare server.

Voodeux Staff I had Aspergers this one time. But it didn't catch on.
D-eye Member "I just don't wanna play it" -Aspergers
Javelin Staff +1. Now I have to reinstall it.

Star Citizen Monthly Report: February 2014

AtroKahn ContributorMember posted Mar 4, 14
Star Citizen has introduced the monthly report for all you couch potato fans who don't have the time or capacity to read. Monthly Report: February 2014

Our organization is 20 strong now!

Thanks for all your support and be ready for some dog fighting action come April!

Pyr0punk PlaygroundContributorMember space?
acthy has Mining 5, show me where to point the lazors
Voodeux Staff I want to attack someone's Idris with a fleet comprised completely of mining bots and those huge cutter things.

Just in time for this weekend's playtest a new batch of updates have been added to the gameplay experience. I will have to say that while I may not be the hugest fan of the game the fact that the TESO dev's are actually using this beta time for what it's intended to be, instead of an extended press demonstration is refreshing to see.

Voodeux Staff TYTY
AtroKahn ContributorMember Excellent write up.
RPG Nerd Night July 3rd 9:30pm
Waaasssuuuup biznatches!
Happy New Year!
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