2 days 14 hours
Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II: Retribution
5 days 4 hours
18 days 4 hours
Space Hulk: Deathwing
70 days 22 hours
Ark: Survival Evolved
22 days 14 hours
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
22 days 1 hour
How much do omnidirectional treadmills help? I realise the cost is prohibitive.
They're probably not the best solution, because the mechanics only really allow for basic direction inputs (think about using a Mouse instead of an Analogue stick for movement)
Nah, it is TF2 with the addition of abilities and more strictly defined character roles. Which for someone who got really sick of the quantity of weapons added to TF2 is great. The most unusual part about it is probably the amount of movement freedom available and the amount of verticality in the combat. The character having backstories and interacting with each other is just a good bonus.
Judging from the shape and heraldry of the shield used to represent the new race I'd wager Bretonnia.
I wanted to have a section about sexy male skins, but there weren't nearly enough of them to be worth it. I kept Gragas as pure comedy value. Heartseeker Varus was my favourite, and the only one I found that even came close to the objectification of the women.
I suspect that the reason is that it is incredibly difficult to create a realistic representation of it because of how it is composed in reality. Think about it, most things can be made to look rather good using good quality texturing. This doesn't work for hair because in reality hair isn't a single thing. It's thousands of individual entities forming a general structure.
This makes it a really good demo item and it only becomes a better one when you consider that it is something that people can relate to easily as they can compare it to reality.
There's tens of thousands of things, both in and out of nature, they could choose to use to demonstrate the same thing just as effectively.
Er, in what way is it blocked in the UK? I had never heard of the site before not but being in the UK I thought it worth checking if it were blocked. No errors getting to it and it certainly looks like it is the right site.
Would you please clarify in what way the site is "blocked in the UK".
For about a year now UK ISPs have been blocking access to various torrent sites, and Kickass Torrents was blocked last week. Various proxy sites may be live, but the main Kickass Torrents website has been blocked.