Ed Francis has donated his entire pricy collection of tank games to The Tank Museum which prompted the museum’s desire to create an exposition surrounding objects that have helped to impact generations:
If you have any Tank games or any other important tank related objects that could possibly enrich this collection, please do consider donating them to the museum which will take good care of it.
You can contact The Tank Museum archive peeps at email@example.com .
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seems like Wargaming is ending the year on a strong note with the news on their portal as they are promising a lot for 2019. Many of these promises were actual topics we discussed 2ish years ago and been asking as far as 3 years now but even although that time is distant now but like I recently wrote, I believe that is still not late for World of Tanks to turn things around.
So let’s see what we are to expect next year!
I’ve recorded my first proper WoT video in years to talk about the matter:
I just would like to let you know that Subnautica is currently being offered on the Epic Website for free: https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/subnautica/home
Subnautica is a very aesthetically pleasing game which in my opinion could be one of the best, if not the best, co-op game out there if only they didn’t have rushed the game out, however, is still a very good single player experience.
If you would like to see gameplay on it, The Mighty Jingles has made a complete playthrough:
Quickybaby has made a very well spoken and detailed video on the health status of World of Tanks given that the developer team started adding bots to fill empty team slots in the servers and mainly for the past two years the company has been ramping up P2W.
Quite honestly, QB got things very right from a consumer perspective but one thing I will add is that even although P2W has been pushed hard into the game for the past 2 years, there were already signs of this turn around roughly 3ish years ago with the introduction of the Japanese Heavy line but the true give away was, in fact, the Chieftain development which happened in the same period. Continue reading
These are the supertest Fjords changes:
It’s nice to see they are tackling some of the issues in this map by making the bases perhaps more interesting but I am not sure about the main centre area, as since the last changes this map feels biased towards those who spawn on the right side with the foolish deforestation ideas and a hill which only the right side Lights can safely climb without getting shot by the camper TDs on the base.
here’s the new game prototype Lillehammer map:
As Wargaming slowly distances itself from any respect for historicity, here’s a new batch of Emblems:
Campaign Medals: Continue reading
the highly controversial WOWS “I am Commander” contest has been postponed until next September until Wargaming learns how to do maths. Salt throwing aside, this was very much the right thing to do and I am very glad they acknowledged how incredibly flawed the system was.
I know the lads at Wargaming never intended for things to go this way but they really should have prepared this contest much better and ahead.
For those unaware of what took place, this was a contest aimed at CCs that quickly turned sour, the winner would have his face featured in the game as a Commander.
The first rules they implemented were not perfect but there was still a decent fair competing chance for winning. Soon after the contestants posted their entries, Continue reading
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