A person has recently created a user account here on www.krostech.biz
They have never been to a KROSTech LAN.
They did tick the Terms and Conditions box agreeing to them.
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Unfortunately, even after being advised in a forum comment to cease, they continued to be abusive, use foul language and link spam the forums with unrelated information.
I have blocked his account, deleted all his posts - including comments and replies by other users and will be monitoring it closely.
Lets move on people and enjoy the LAN and the forums about the LAN.
Lets have some feedback on the 4th March RAW WAR.
I will be posting results later this week.
Don't miss the world premiere of the Commandos Strike Force single-player demo! Commandos Strike Force is a new first person tactical shooter featuring three members of the 'Strike Force' unit, the Green Beret, Sniper and Spy, each with a unique set of skills and weapons. Confronted by Nazi forces in Stalingrad, Norway and France, you will engage in top-secret missions to sabotage, kidnap officials and foil enemy plans behind enemy lines.
The single-player demo includes two playable levels:
-- As the spy stalk and kill the enemy throughout the French countryside. This training level will teach you the basic skills.
Green Beret and Sniper Level -- Lead an ambush in this two-commando mission. Switch on-the-fly between the Green Beret and Sniper as you work your way up the mountain pass.
Commandos Strike Force will be available in stores on April 4, 2006.
Get learning about tactics, strategy and leadership, ready for the most immersive World War II real time strategy game, Faces of War. Learn about leading your squad into battle, utilising different tactics and weaponry, and use multitudes of vehicles to swing the war in your favour! As this site gets updated constantly with a veritable stream of new information, you'll be ready in no time to lead your squad.
First trailer online!
The first trailer for Faces of War is now online! Check it out!
jing has 2 pcs for sale
He needs the money by Thursday 22nd December or Friday 23rd December at the latest!
The first is a 2.4gig Celeron 80 hdd dvd reader cd burner 512 ram 128 meg graphics card atx case
The second is a 1.6gig P4 with a cd burner a 10 gig hdd 256 meg ram and 128meg graphics and also a 17inch crt monitor. It has a keyboard and mouse and a 5.1 speaker set
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For the first time ever play as a double agent. Sam Fisher is back, but he's never faced an ememy like this before. In order to stop a devastating terrorist attack on American soil, you must infiltrate a vicious terroist group and destroy it from within.
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell Double Agent is brought to ypu by Ubisoft on Playstation2, Xbox, Nintendo Game Cube, PC DVD ROM and can be played live on Xbox360 and Xbox Live.
On Friday, November 25, Atari Australia previewed V8 Supercars 3 – The Real Racing Simulator – at Phillip Island during the final round of the V8 Supercars series. The highlight of the day was a six-way driver play-off featuring Craig Lowndes, Mark Skaife, Steven Richards, Brad Jones, Todd Kelly and Jason Bargwanna.
Driving their own cars around the authentically recreated Phillip Island track, it proved the perfect opportunity to hone their skills prior to the real practice session later that day.
Despite none of the drivers having played the game before, they were able to draw on their knowledge of the track and each car’s handling to rack up some impressive lap times, a clear illustration of the accuracy of V8 Supercars 3’s simulation of the sport.
It wasn’t all smooth sailing though, as all six drivers seemed determined to demonstrate the full extent of the game’s realistic damage modeling!
Mark Skaife made the most of his pole position and held first place throughout the opening lap. However, going into the first corner the second time around, he ran wide and let the chasing Craig Lowndes and Brad Jones through. Skaife then dropped to the back of the pack after an unfortunate tangle with HRT teammate Todd Kelly.
In the end, Lowndes managed to hold off the charge from a fast-finishing Steven Richards to take the chequered flag. Lowndes donated his $3000 winner’s purse (thanks to Atari Australia, V8 Supercars Australia and Serious Racing) to the charity of his choice.
Sadly for Craig, he was pipped to the championship by Russell Ingall on Sunday afternoon. But he’ll be able to exact revenge soon when we release V8 Supercars 3 on February 24 next year on PlayStation 2, Xbox and PC.