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Need For Speed Shift. Need for Speed Shift looks an awful lot like the classic arcade game Pole Position.
If you’re expecting sunlight glinting off your car’s hood and plumes of particle-rendered exhaust, you’re bound to be let down. The car sprites are tiny, and the road itself takes up only about a fourth of the game’s screen, leaving a lot of viewing area unused. The music isn’t all that impressive, either. The tinny, repetitive music occasionally sounds like a bunch of yowling cats. Each stage has its own background music, but you’ll quickly want to switch to the radio or a CD instead. Fortunately, while the graphics and sound are problematic, pretty much everything else in the game works just fine. One crucial component of each race is earning style points, which you pick up by drifting (precision points) or ramming opponents (aggression points). Need for Speed Shift handles well, too. Download .torrent.
PES 2012. If Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 was the reboot that put the series back in the running, then Pro Evolution Soccer 2012 is the game that pushes it straight to the finals.
While it offers more in the way of refinement than something completely new, there are tweaks in PES 12 that change the way it plays, removing many of the frustrations that plagued previous games in the series. AI improvements ensure your teammates attack, defend, and pass in a more believable manner, while smoother animations mean you’re treated to a better-looking experience. Not all the tweaks hit the mark; off-the-ball control is tricky to master, online modes feel sparse next to FIFA, and a renewed sense of speed actually makes PES 12 less realistic than its predecessor. But it’s that very speed that also makes it a great game by offering up an exciting, fluid game of football that’s a joy a play. PES 12’s fluidity doesn’t mean that realism has taken a backseat, though.
Download .torrent. Sid Meiers Civilization 5. Strategy fanatics have lost hundreds of hours of their lives to Sid Meier’s beguiling creations over the years, and they should prepare to lose hundreds more.
Civilization V is yet another glistening example of turn-based bliss that will keep you up long past your bedtime. It exercises its power over your mind using many of the tricks the series has long been known for: varied ways of accomplishing your goal of world domination, the thrill of expanding a paltry city into a bustling empire, and the suspense of venturing into unknown territory. The latest Civilization game takes those basics and layers onto them new features that make moment-to-moment gameplay feel more dynamic than in the past. Stronghold 3. Noted poet Thomas Earl Petty once told us that the waiting is the hardest part, a lesson that is painfully taught once again in Stronghold 3.
The Firefly Studios game of medieval micromanagement may have been a long time coming, since Stronghold 2 was released back in 2005, but despite the years since and the opportunity to do something different, Stronghold 3 sticks close to its predecessor’s template, offering up more slow-moving gameplay that sees you doing more waiting and watching than constructing a Middle Ages empire. What could have been a good city builder has been buried under this design flaw, not to mention other serious issues with bugs, mission repetition, a tutorial that doesn’t do much tutoring, and simplistic combat. Like its predecessors, Stronghold 3 is a real-time strategy game where you play as a lord attempting to build a happy little hamlet in the Middle Ages. Download .torrent You need uTorrent for downloading .torrent files. Test Drive Unlimited 2. Though it is dubbed “Unlimited”, a developer has to be selective when making something as huge and ambitious as Test Drive Unlimited 2.
In extensively re-creating the island of Ibiza for its open-world, online driving game, Eden games presumably had to give up foam parties and club-addled tourists at an early stage. The Elder Scrolls 5 Skyrim. The province of Skyrim might be frigid, but the role-playing game that takes place within it burns with a fire few games possess.
In The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, you take up arms against dragons, and your encounters with them are invariably exciting–yet depending on where your adventure takes you, such battles may not even represent the pinnacle of your experience. A side quest that starts as a momentary distraction may turn into a full-fledged tale that could form the entirety of a less ambitious game. THE EXPENDABLES 2 VIDEOGAME. Most people who go missing shouldn’t expect an army of heroes to spring into action and scour the globe to find them, but money changes everything.
When a billionaire is abducted, four brave and cash-starved mercenaries join together to save the unfortunate man from whatever fate his captors have in mind. The Saboteur. Sean Devlin is one tough Irishman.
A single Nazi bullet may have ended the life of his best friend, but the protagonist of The Saboteur isn’t going to succumb to death’s waiting embrace nearly as easily. He absorbs rounds of German artillery like a plant sucks in sunlight, exhibiting an uncanny ability to regenerate his health in a way that would make even Wolverine envious. TrackMania 2 Canyon. Fire the engine.
Cut the first corner. Pull off a smooth drift. Crash headlong into a wall. Hit the restart button.