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  1. Glitching and Bugs In Games

    10 March 2017 - 10:39 AM

    I love playing games but I wish Game Devs took the time to fix game issues with their games, been playing GTA 5 over an year and never played this one mission intil last week I played it think the name of it was called Going to the GOH or something not really sure but I did record on what happen on that mission
    https://youtu.be/w-4cvekWPQM
  2. N-Space Closed Down

    03 April 2016 - 07:33 PM

    Well this is sad news

    http://www.destructo...rs-352871.phtml

    From the site

    Orlando-based developer N-Space has shut down after 21 years in the business.

    Founded in 1994, N-Space spent the majority of its history working on ports for Nintendo platforms and licensed games. However, the studio is perhaps better remembered for the excellent 2005 GameCube exclusive Geist and its swan song, Dungeons & Dragons title Sword Coast Legends.

    Wizards of the Coast confirmed N-Space's closure with VentureBeat this week.

    "Yes, N-Space is shutting down, and we are super-sad about it," a company spokesperson said. "We are proud of everything they did in bringing Sword Coast Legends to D&D fans, and we sincerely hope everyone at N-Space lands on their feet."

    Ben Leary, an artist at N-Space, confirmed the news over Twitter, saying the development staff "worked long and hard to keep this from happening," even through "rounds of layoffs" in recent months.

    “As for Sword Coast Legends going forward," the Wizards of the Coast representative added, "it is unclear at this time, but we are working with Digital Extremes, the official PC publisher, to make sure everyone has the best possible experience with the game. Right now, we believe the Rage of Demons DLC will be released for PC, but we are confirming with Digital Extremes.”

    Before shuttering, N-Space completed development on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of Sword Coast Legends, which Wizards of the Coast is "hopeful" will be released "soon."
  3. Duke Nukem Legacy Channel

    07 March 2016 - 05:07 PM

    https://www.youtube....35hJF-r5CVNCc4A

    so far I have Duke Nukem 3D Done and Updated, Right now I finish eps 1 of total meltdown on playstation the levels are going to be in pieces like they will have there own video it will make it easier for me to upload them quicker also I want to say damn the controls suck for TM Duke but still a fun classic game
  4. Lee Jackson Interview - The Cyber Den

    27 January 2016 - 11:03 PM



    Enjoy


    Listin at 22:23
  5. Duke Nukem Game Issue

    13 January 2016 - 12:29 PM

    Hey Guys


    I have a problem game brought Duke Nukem Land Of Babes like aweek ago didn't bother to check the disk, I put it in the PlayStation gets to the intro notice some stopping doing the scene it gets to the menu I went straight into the game clicked come get some and the loading bar didn't appear so I checked the disk it is badly damage it is still readable on my pc Just wondering if there is a way to copy the disk and put it on new Disk so I can play it on my ps1 or can I buy it new for $20 bucks from somewhere close by?

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  1. Photo 26 Mar 2016 - 00:36
    You were able to play DNZH on co-op?
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