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Confrontation (2012) PC Game Mediafire MF Links

Posted: May 14, 2012 by HACKERSROAD in Games, PC Games
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In the escalating political climate of the near future a new breed of soldier has arisen. Trained to be better than the best and outfitted with the most comprehensive array of high-tech gear ever assembled, the future soldier stands apart by his ability to remain undetected. He slips unseen behind enemy lines. He uses the perfect combination of diplomacy and force to achieve his objectives while remaining politically invisible. He is a Ghost.

Fans of the Tom Clancy game series will not be disappointed with this new addition to the best-selling franchise. Sure to be another hit, even those not familiar with first-person shooters will love the game if they give it a try. Set for release on May 22nd, its definitely worth the investment! Check out the trailer below!

 

Be sure to stop by the official website too: Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Future Soldier

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Darksiders 2

Posted: May 8, 2012 by HACKERSROAD in Games, News
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Darksiders 2 starts at nearly the same time as the start of the first Darksiders. After War is convicted and sent back to Earth by the Charred Council, they inform the other three Horseman of his fate. The Horseman Death, knowing that his brother War is the most honorable and incorruptible of the four, and would never have started the Apocalypse early, flies into a rage. Believing his brother is victim of a conspiracy, Death defies the Council’s orders and sets out on a personal mission to find proof of his brother’s innocence. Death travels to the Nether Realms, a place between Heaven and Hell, to call in favors from powerful beings that rule the realm. No specific release date has been set other than we know the game will hit stores sometime this August. If you played the first, it looks as though the second will be just…

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Before the Fight Started – Halo: Reach

Posted: April 23, 2012 by HACKERSROAD in Games
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War is not a light subject. Its portrayal has always been a controversial subject, but it’s more profitable than anything else out there in the game world. Halo:Reach is one such game, but the way it handles the subject is one of grace, melancholy, and strange beauty.

Reach

            Reach is a beautiful game. The skyboxes have always been Halo’s calling card, but the game doesn’t skimp on detail elsewhere. The landscape is amazing, full of soaring cliffs and futuristic cities- the lighting engine does a great job of setting the mood while looking fantastic.

Perhaps the greatest achievement graphically is that the game has color which for an FPS, is prettyrare. The color helps to fill out the sci-fi setting in ways that the brown-and-bloom style ofrivalgames just can’t. Combining the color with the lighting produces some pretty spectacular fields of…

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New ‘Call of Duty’ Set To Be Revealed May 1st

Posted: April 21, 2012 by HACKERSROAD in Games
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Revealed through the teaser image above, the next Call of Duty is set to be revealed during the NBA Basketball Playoffs on May 1.

The most likely reveal will be Black Ops 2, which has been rumored for a while now. Activision has said the game will launch this year, but not given a solid date, so expect Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 to be announced and most likely a release date as well.

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Rovio Updates Angry Birds Original!

Posted: April 14, 2012 by HACKERSROAD in Games
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Rovio have released an update to the original version of the massively popular game Angry Birds, 15 new levels have been released named Surf ‘n’ Turf and features pigs being bombarded on a beach by some ‘Angry Birds’.

For Rovio to release 15 new levels on their original product when they have just released Angry Birds Space just shows that the company really does have the end user at the core of everything they do! The update comes in at 16Mb so would be advisable to download over a wi-fi connection.

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