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Fallout New Vegas Patch 1.2

Posted in 3rd person games, FPS games, gamer, Games, pc games with tags , , , , , on December 14, 2010 by nunetherlands


Fallout: New Vegas Patch v1.2

This update addresses issues with the following areas:

– Pip-Boy Interface
– Repair Menu
– Caravan
– Weapons and Weapon Mods
– Hardcore Mode
– Perks
– Skills
– Crafting Recipes
– Crafting Menu
– Mojave Express
– Chems/Addiction
– Doctors
– Vendors
– PreOrder DLC Items
– Reputation System
– Radio Stations
– Companion fixes
– Companion Quests

And fixes for the following quests:

– Ain’t That a Kick in the Head
– By a Campfire on The Trail
– They Went That-a-Way
– My Kind of Town
– Boulder City Showdown
– Ring a Ding Ding!
– King’s Gambit
– For The Republic, Part 2
– Render Unto Caesar
– Et Tumor, Brute?
– The House Always Wins
– Wild Card
– Beyond the Beef
– GI Blues
– How Little We Know
– Oh My Papa
– Still In The Dark
– You’ll Know It When It Happens
– Arizona Killer
– Eureka!
– Veni, Vidi, Vici
– All or Nothing
– No Gods, No Masters
– Birds of a Feather
– I Put A Spell On you
– Come Fly With Me
– That Lucky Old Sun
– Don’t Make a Beggar of Me
– The White Wash
– Ghost Town Gunfight
– Restoring Hope
– Bleed Me Dry
– Aba Daba Honeymoon
– Tend To Your Business
– Wang Dang Atomic Tango
– Flags of Our Foul-Ups
– Debt Collector
– Talent Pool
– Left My Heart
– Someone To Watch Over Me
– Hard Luck Blues


Fallout New Vegas Version 1.1.1

Posted in 3rd person games, gamer, Games, RPG games with tags , , , , on November 10, 2010 by nunetherlands

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New Game updates for Fallout New Vegas Version 1.1.1

* Companions now show up as waypoints on the map

* Companions will always fast travel with you, unless told to wait or sent away

* Fix: DLC error/save corruption

* Fix: Stuttering with water effects

* Fix: Severe performance issues with DirectX.

* Fix: Controls temporarily disabled after reloading Cowboy Repeater while crouched

* Fixed crash using the Euclid C-Finder while having the Heave Ho perk

* Fix: Entering the strip after Debt Collector causes crash and autosave corruption

* Fix: Using Mojave Express dropbox can cause DLC warnings

* Fixed crash when buying duplicate caravan cards from a vendor in a single transaction

* Crafting menu should filter valid (bright) recipes to the top of the list

* Fix: Sitting down while looking down a weapon’s ironsights leaves player control locked

* Fix: If a companion is knocked unconscious with broken limbs they stay broken on respawn

* Fix for varmint night scope effect persisting in kill cam

* Fix for giving companions armor that adds STR does not increase their carry weight

* Fix NPC Repair menu displays DAM as DPS

* Having NPC repair service rifle with forged receiver decreases CND

Dragon Age PC Patch v1.04

Posted in 3rd person games, console games, gamer, Games, pc games with tags , , on July 20, 2010 by nunetherlands

BioWare has released patch version 1.04 that fixes issues for both Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening.

Download the patch now from PatchesScroll

General Fixes
– Daggers will now properly assign the dexterity-based damage bonus
– Achievement images and messages will now display properly.
– Resolved some authorization issues with downloadable content.
– Blood talents from the Grey Warden Base premium downloadable content will now work properly in Awakening.
– Fixed an issue where installing new downloadable content would occasionally leave the “Other Campaigns” selection greyed-out without a restart of the game.
– Multiple transitions in and out of Fade areas will no longer multiply the number of visual effects running and slow down gameplay.
– Floating numbers no longer appears over players’ heads.
– Damage statistics will now be updated properly on the Inventory screen when weapons were unequipped.
– Importing a character to a new module from a savegame that did not have the hero in the party caused the game to crash.
– If a character is imported into Dragon Age: Awakening and is stripped of their incompatible gear from DLC, they will be equipped with default equipment.
– Names with accents and special characters will now show up correctly in the Story So Far load hints.
– Switching between Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age: Awakening will no longer reset options to default settings.
– Fixed a number of memory leaks that were increasing the number of crashes
– Audio drivers were causing a number of audio-related crashes. As such, audio drivers have been updated.
– Fixed issues that were preventing portraits from being uploaded to the BioWare social site.
– Game saves on Xbox 360 were being corrupted if you sold too many items to the same merchant. Saves will no longer be corrupted if you do this.
– Screenshots are no longer automatically uploaded on the PC by default on new installations.
– Fixed pick-pocketing. Characters were successfully stealing, but not receiving any items.
Dragon Age: Origins Fixes
– Fixed an issue that would cause incorrect characters to occasionally appear in Morrigan’s ritual.
– Players who rescued their party members in the Fade of the Broken Circle plot were still forced to fight the sloth demon alone. This has been resolved.
– It is no longer possible for the player to get blocked during gameplay by pursuing both candidates’ quests in the Orzammar plot line.
Dragon Age: Awakening Fixes
– A variety of bugs were preventing personal quests from triggering and causing issues with party member approval have been fixed.
– Lillith will no longer repeatedly thank the player at Vigil’s Keep after being rescued.
– During the Assault on Amaranthine, a bug would occasionally make some enemies invincible, which impeded game progress. This no longer happens.
– Imported rogue characters will now properly detect traps.
– The message, “Legacy tattoo asset do not use!” will no longer appear on the faces of imported characters.
– Masterpiece and paragon silverite runes are now weapon runes instead of armor runes.
– The masterpiece slow rune is now available for purchase from merchant stores.
– Players may now receive notes of appreciation from their Origins love interests.

Mass Effect 2 Patch 1.02

Posted in 3rd person games, gamer, Games, pc games, RPG games, Sci fi with tags , , , on June 16, 2010 by nunetherlands

Bioware released a New patch for ” Mass Effect 2 ”  Patch  version  1.02

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Changes to 1.02

* Reduced the amount mining time required to acquire all upgrades.
* Fixed an issue where DLC weapon selections would appear blank on the Weapon Loadout screen after removing DLC.
* Fixed an issue where heavy weapon crosshairs sometimes remain on screen after entering a vehicle.
* Fixed an issue where enemies sometimes ‘pop-up’ onto cover after taking damage.
* Fixed an issue where Grunt’s loyalty power sometimes doesn’t unlock.
* Fixed an issue where the Squad screen wouldn’t update properly after removing the Alternate Appearance Pack #1 DLC.
* Fixed an issue where save games that used DLC while offline could not be loaded.
* Fixed an issue where the active save career would sometimes change after loading saves with unmounted DLC.
* Fixed an issue where the game would sometimes crash during the Jarrahe mission when using Windows 7 (64-bit).
* Fixed an issue where ammo powers activated by a henchman would sometimes overwrite the players active ammo power.
* Fixed an issue where under certain circumstances, spacebar would not activate objects.
* Fixed an issue where Loading saves while DLC is unmounted will change your active career.
* Fixed an issue where the text for some characters in the keybinding GUI would appear as English in foreign language versions of the game.

Mass Effect 2 Demo Released

Posted in 3rd person games, FPS games, gamer, Games, RPG games, Sci fi with tags , , , , , , , on June 15, 2010 by nunetherlands

EA today released a playable demo for Mass Effect 2, allowing you to try out the sci-fi RPG sequel. The demo is now available for PC and Xbox 360.

The demo includes the first two missions in the full game plus one bonus mission which publisher Electronic Arts says totals about 90 minutes worth of gameplay.

The 1.87GB PC download can be found on Bioware (direct link for English demo), GH, AtomicGamer, FanGaming.

In addition, BioWare plans to release the previously announced Overlord DLC for Mass Effect 2 on Tuesday. The new mini-campaign of five levels on one planet where you have to fight off an alien AI, will be sold for 560 BioWare points (about $7).

In the demo, players step into the role of Commander Shepard and must escape from a Cerberus space station under siege. Players can jump ahead to a later mission where they must rescue Subject Zero, a hardened, dangerous criminal from a heavily guarded prison ship.

Once they play the demo, players will be able to create a save and carry over their character along with the experience points, story decisions, achievements and weapons earned into the full version of the game – picking up right where they left off, on both PC and Xbox 360.

BioWare also announced today that players already in the game can download a new game add-on called “Overlord”, adding five new areas and two new achievements.

Available June 15, the game add-on is available for 560 Microsoft points and on PC for 560 BioWare points. Also on June 15, BioWare is releasing a new premium theme based on Omega and new avatar items for Xbox Live will follow on June 17.

The Agency 2010 PS3-Trailer

Posted in 3rd person games, FPS games, gamer, Games, MMORPG with tags , , , on June 13, 2010 by nunetherlands

Sony Online Entertainment has released the E3 trailer for The Agency, its upcoming oft-delayed spy action PlayStation 3 MMORPG.

Fallout: New Vegas PC Pre-Order Bonuses

Posted in 3rd person games, gamer, Games, gaming news, pc games with tags , , , , , on June 10, 2010 by nunetherlands

Bethesda announced today that four different bonus packs will be available exclusively when pre-ordering Fallout: New Vegas PC from five different retailer

(Steam shares an offer with Wal-Mart). Each consist of exclusive in-game items (armor, weapons, etc) that will become available when the game is released this fall.

The Classic Pack, from GameStop:

* Armored Vault 13 Suit – Extensively patched up and dotted with piecemeal armor, this outfit is an homage to the classic ending of the original Fallout.

* Vault 13 Canteen – This handy device is useful for staving off dehydration and providing a small amount of healing in the Mojave Wasteland.

* Weathered 10mm Pistol – A well-worn 10mm pistol that packs an extra punch despite its modest size.

* 5 Stimpaks – Food and water are good for long-term healing, but when the fighting is fierce, Stimpaks help keep Wastelanders upright.

The Tribal Pack, from Amazon:

* Tribal Raiding Armor – Pieced together from scraps of armor, this outfit provides protection without impacting mobility.

* Broad Machete – This heavy-bladed melee weapon does high damage against limbs and can quickly deal out a flurry of attacks.

* 5 Bleak Venom doses – Useful on any Melee Weapon, Bleak Venom makes short of work of most living targets.

* 10 Throwing Spears – If you would like to silently pin an enemy’s head to a wall, Throwing Spears are the way to do it.

The Caravan Pack, from Steam or Wal-Mart:

* Lightweight Leather Armor – This hand-modified suit of leather armor reduces its overall weight without impacting its ability to protect.

* Sturdy Caravan Shotgun – Despite its rough appearance, this Caravan Shotgun will reliably fire 20 gauge shells until the Brahmin come home.

* 4 Repair Kits – Useful for repairing any outfit or weapon, Repair Kits are a valuable tool for any caravaner.

* Binoculars – The Mojave Wasteland is a dangerous place, but with these trusty Binoculars you’ll be able to spot trouble coming.

The Mercenary Pack, from Best Buy:

* Lightweight Metal Armor – Modified for long-range travel, this Metal Armor sacrifices some protection for mobility and overall weight.

* Mercenary’s Grenade Rifle – Though similar to other 40mm Grenade Rifles in the Mojave Wasteland, this model has a faster reload cycle.

* 3 Super Stimpaks – When you absolutely, positively, need to keep your blood inside your body, Super Stimpaks fix you up in no time.

* 3 Doctors Bags – Mercenaries and broken limbs go together like Iguana-on-a-Stick and Nuka Cola. Thankfully, these Doctors Bags take a bit of sting out of the inevitable crushed skull.

Developed by Obsidian Entertainment, Fallout: New Vegas is scheduled for release on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 this fall, with the PC edition using Steamworks DRM. An $80 Collector’s Edition is on offer, packing a variety of physical goodies.