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  1. Clans 1 & 2 for BHL Members only

    Jut saying, but not everyone in clan 1 is on the roster. I think it would be a good idea to check everyone's bhl name and add them to the roster.
  2. Hilter Plays Clash of Clans

    hahaha nice find +1
  3. Xbox One Restrictions Removed

    i will not get it at launch unless some of the games released in November are released on Xbox One.
  4. Xbox One Restrictions Removed

    about time they did this
  5. With the Xbox One and the Playstation 4 released at this years E3 convention in Los Angeles. I am here to show you what console you should be purchasing. If you are sticking to your price guns on this one, then the PS4 wins hands down. At a hundred dollars cheaper, that might make it a far easier decision for people to make, something Microsoft has to be afraid of. It’s interesting because a high price tag of $499 is probably something only hard core gamers will be willing to pay for at the console launch, however between the two systems it’s the PS4 that is probably more appealing to the gamer crowd. In many cases companies take a hit on the hardware in order to make sure their software reaches as many places as possible (or if you’re Sony, you charge $599 for your Ps3 at launch and realize you’ve made a huge stupid mistake.) Console exclusive games: (Thanks to Games Radar for this list) Xbox One: Forza 5 Halo 2014 Killer Instinct Quantum Break Sunset Overdrive Minecraft – Available on PC but is console exclusive TitanFall - Available on PC but is console exclusive Project Spark - Available on PC but is console exclusive Dead Rising 3 Halo games Gears of War games Ryse: Son of Rome Playstation 4 Killzone Shadowfall Drive Club Knack InFamous: Second Son The Order 1886 Don’t Starve - Available on PC but is console exclusive Outlast - Available on PC but is console exclusive Final Fantasy XIV - Available on PC but is console exclusive Xbox currently has more name brand exclusives, but unless you’re a HUGE fan of Gears of War and Halo (which admittedly some people are) there isn’t a huge reason to pick an Xbox over Ps4 purely on game exclusivity. Design: E3 brought us our first view of the PS4 design, while Microsoft showed off the Xbox last month. There’s not much to say here. The two consoles look very similar with their dark, angular designs. The Xbox One does appear noticeably larger than the PS4, possibly almost twice the size. Xbox One has restriction on used game sales and lending your games to friends The Xbox One must be connected to the internet once every 24 hours if you wish to continue playing games on it. Restrictions on used games: At its best: - Microsoft is creating an environment similar to the one Steam has created for PC users. - You can download your games on any console (assuming you are logged in under your account) and play them. - You can have up to 10 people in your family access your software library from any console, though you can’t play at the same time At its worst: - It is all a system set up to enforce Digital Rights Management (DRM) - Allows them a stranglehold on setting the price on the used games. - Limits you to lending your game to a buddy to one person, and once that person has it, they can never trade it again. And, they have to have been on your friends list for the past 30 days. Specs: Online Services: If you own an Xbox 360 like me, or a PS3, and are part of either of their online services, you will not have to worry about the transition to the next-fen consoles, and they will remain intact and valid on the new systems as well. If you’re a Playstation Plus subscriber this may be old news, but Microsoft has announced that starting this month with Fable 3, there are going to be a few games released on a monthly basis for free to play for Xbox Live Gold members. This is not just for the current generation, where you will see old, dated games become free, but also will be the case on the Xbox One as well. Sony is coming up to par with Microsoft in having gamers pay for the ability to game online. I think this is a smart move from Sony, this will hopefully bring the PSN up to the same level as Xbox Live. Microsoft E3 Conference: Sony E3 Conference: Please +1 if you found this helpful Sources: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/4970342/Xbox-One-vs-the-PS4-who-won-E3s-gaming-war.html http://thenextweb.co...-playstation-4/ Picture: http://technabob.com...e-vs-p-4-specs/
  6. New PS3 Captain!!

    Good job mate
  7. Bo2 classes

    Class 1 – The Heavy Primary Weapon – HAMR Primary Attachments – Target Finder, Quickdraw Secondary Weapon – B23R Secondary Attachments - Akimbo Lethal – Bouncing Betty Tactical – Flashbang Grenade Perks Flak Jacket Toughness Engineer Scorestreaks UAV Guardian Sentry Gun Class 2 – The Ninja Primary Weapon – PDW-57 Primary Attachments - Suppressor Secondary Weapon – Ballistic Knife Lethal- Claymore (X2) Tactical – Shock Charge Perks Ghost Cold Blooded Extreme Conditioning Wildcard – Danger Close Scorestreaks UAV Counter-UAV Hellstorm Missile Class 3 – The Pathfinder Primary Weapon – DSR 50 Primary Attachments - Ballistics CPU Secondary Weapon – KAP-40 Lethal – Bouncing Betty Tactical - Shock Charge Perks Ghost Fast Hands Dexterity Extreme Conditioning Wildcard – Perk 3 Greed Scorestreaks UAV Hunter Killer Lighting Storm Class 4 – The Speedster Primary Weapon – Vector Primary Attachments – Extended Mag, Quickdraw Handle, Reflex Sight Secondary Weapon – TAC-45 Lethal – Semtex Perks Lightweight Scavanger Extreme Conditioning Wildcard – Primary Gunfighter Scorestreaks UAV Counter UAV Orbital VSAT Class 5 – The Camper Primary Weapon – Scar-H Primary Attachments – Suppressor Secondary Primary – MP7 Lethal – Claymore(X2) Perks Hardline Cold-blooded Tactical Mask Wildcard – Danger Close Wildcard – Overkill Scorestreaks Hellstorm Missile Lighting Strike Lodestar Please post your load outs below
  8. What you need to know about Xbox 720

    Here are the links guys http://metro.co.uk/2013/01/22/xbox-720-tech-specs-leaked-blu-ray-drive-included-3361160/ http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/691088-xbox-720/65936530 http://arstechnica.com/gaming/2012/06/leaked-document-points-to-299-xbox-720-for-2013/
  9. Microsoft has announced that the next Xbox console will be revealed to the world at an event at its Redmond, Washington headquarters on May 21st. In January of this year, VGLeaks, published what it claims were technical specifications of the next-gen Xbox console, originally leaked under the codename Project Durango. According to the information published on the site - and this is by no means official - the next Xbox will be powered by an 8-core CPU running at 1.6GHz, alongside 8GB of DDR RAM. The machine also boasts a custom 800-MHz graphics processor, which "can effectively issue 1.2 trillion floating-point operations per second". The console also contains 8GB of RAM and a Blu-ray disc drive, which can read 50GB discs, 32 MB of fast embedded SRAM, as far as its connectivity goes, it has Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct networking. The full 'leaked' specs are as follows: CPU: - x64 Architecture - 8 CPU cores running at 1.6 gigahertz (GHz) - each CPU thread has its own 32 KB L1 instruction cache and 32 KB L1 data cache - each module of four CPU cores has a 2 MB L2 cache resulting in a total of 4 MB of L2 cache - each core has one fully independent hardware thread with no shared execution resources - each hardware thread can issue two instructions per clock GPU: - custom D3D11.1 class 800-MHz graphics processor - 12 shader cores providing a total of 768 threads - each thread can perform one scalar multiplication and addition operation (MADD) per clock cycle - at peak performance, the GPU can effectively issue 1.2 trillion floating-point operations per second High-fidelity Natural User Interface (NUI) sensor is always present Storage and Memory: - 8 gigabyte (GB) of RAM DDR3 (68 GB/s) - 32 MB of fast embedded SRAM (ESRAM) (102 GB/s) - from the GPU's perspective the bandwidths of system memory and ESRAM are parallel providing combined peak bandwidth of 170 GB/sec. - Hard drive is always present - 50 GB 6x Blu-ray Disc drive Networking: - Gigabit Ethernet - Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi Direct Hardware Accelerators: - Move engines - Image, video, and audio codecs - Kinect multichannel echo cancellation (MEC) hardware - Cryptography engines for encryption and decryption, and hashing Microsoft has yet to confirm any of these specifications at the time of this writing. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NAME The next-gen Xbox is almost certainly codenamed 'Durango' after a (now deleted) tweet from Crytek technical designer Sean Tracy was spotted. As for its final name that's a bit trickier, but there are a number of favourites. Microsoft blogger MS Nerd claims that it will be called Xbox Loop, and Microsoft recently bought the URL for Xbox8.com, which could fit in with Xbox Loop or possibly Xbox Infinity. The infinity symbol makes a lot of sense to us, as it's essentially an X with added curvy bits at either end, which offers plenty of fun for the marketing and design teams at Microsoft. Then of course there's Xbox 720 - it's a logical step forward, but we can't see it personally. That said, it seems to be the handle everyone has agreed on to refer to the device to date, so we'll carry on with it for now. It's very hard to put a price on a console as the manufacturers often sell them at a loss, especially to early adopters, in order to get the ball rolling. The Xbox 720 has been rumoured as having a $299 price, but that sounds too low to us and we'd expect it to cost around £299. Of course the final price will be affected by the completion, when and for how much the PS4 launches will be a key factor in Microsoft's thinking on this. With recent information arriving that both consoles will ship for $400 (around £250 excluding taxes), our initial guess of £299 seems to be spot on for the time being. However, analysts have predicted that both Sony and Microsoft will charge more for their games to recoup the added development costs of working with next-generation hardware. Michael Pachter suggested retail pricing for games will increase by around $10 from its current level of $60 in the US - which, in UK terms, could mean a jump from £49.99 to £59.99 on top-priced new-release games. As you can see, information on the Xbox 720 is very thin on the ground. All this article can do is apply a little logic to the most prevalent rumours out there. Hopefully I will be able to update as more info is leaked. NOTE: I have compiled info from me and other sources Here are the links guys http://metro.co.uk/2...cluded-3361160/ http://www.gamefaqs....ox-720/65936530 http://arstechnica.c...x-720-for-2013/ a +1 would be appreciated but is not necessary