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Game of the week :

Metal Gear Solid 4

See : Previews in pages 4-9

Cover Story in pages 10-29

Reviews

in pages 30-37

Tricks in pages: 39-41

Edição 34 |3,55€


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Preview Planetside 2

PlanetSide 2 has really nice clouds. As they bubble up over the rust red mesas of the Indra continent they occlude the sun, casting undulating shadows in realtime and leaking ghostly, shimmering rays. If you care to hop into an aircraft and point your nose up, you can lose yourself in the fogbank – which may be a hazard or a blessing depending on who’s chasing you.

‘Ha, they’ll never find me down here.’

PlanetSide 2 does big and it does beautiful. To some extent it has to in order to overcome the dual stigma of being both an MMO and a free-to-play game, neither of which are famed for their glitzy production qualities.


Preview Black Ops 2

Set in the year 2025,Call of Duty: Black Ops II propels players into global conflict featuring advanced weaponry, robotics, and drone warfare in a new Cold War scenario whose seeds are being sown in today’s headlines. New graphics technology drives the stunning cinematic action of the single-player campaign’s branching storylines and non-linear missions.


Preview RaiderZ

RaiderZ wasn’t on the top of my “Must See” list when I went to PAX East a couple weeks ago. I knew a few things about it, but I was really excited to see other games like Neverwinter, Smite, and DDO. But while I was at the Perfect World meeting room talking about Neverwinter, RaiderZ’s producer Mark Hill came over and told me a bit about their upcoming monster hunter MMO. It sounded fairly intriguing, so I decided to give it a shot.

Camp canbarely see it! Camp it? I can

Right after I got my armor polished!

Perfect World seems to be aiming for the hardcore crowd with RaiderZ’s mechanics, and, from my first impressions, I think it has a chance at success. As Hill said, this is a “very loot-heavy, very drop-heavy game,” and we all know hardcore players love to amass loot.


Preview Sleeping Dogs

Square Enix’s next game, Sleeping Dogs, is a bit of a hypocrite. Its name is derived from that old proverb about “letting sleeping dogs lie,” but the Square completely ignored that advice when it resurrected the dozing open-world adventure game after it had been deemed too troublesome by Activision and left for dead. But that may turn out to be a very good thing. The new publisher must’ve seen something in the former True Crime: Hong Kong that Activision didn’t, and it’s not content to let Sleeping Dogs lie for long.

Wei Shen’s new moves take influence from Batman’s recent adventures.

From what I’ve seen and played so far, Sleeping Dogs isn’t as concerned with innovation as it is with iteration, pulling from outside the open-world genre to create a slicker and more cinematic sandbox affair. Their main goal is to improve the aspects that other open-world entries make barely passable, specifically hand-to-hand combat, on-foot movement and street racing.


Preview Sniper Elite V2

Sniper Elite was, in the words of Rebellion’s CEO and creative director Jason Kingsley, a game “many more people have heard of than actually played.” The tactical thirdperson shooter was set during World War II, with the player sneaking and sniping his way through the Nazi army while trying to discover the secrets of the atomic bomb.

Sniper Elite V2 will be self-published by Rebellion on the PC, which Kingsley reckons will bring in more money for the company as well as providing a fluid experience for PC gamers. “It’s frustrating as a developer and a game player to not be able to change something that you know needs changing,” says Kingsley. “We can now, and we are going to be supporting it.”


Preview Dungeons and Dragons Online: Menace of the Underdark

Dungeons and Dragons Online has received many, many updates since it launched six years ago, but Menace of the Underdark is the first that the developers at Turbine have deigned large enough to warrant that “expansion” title. It’ll raise the level cap from 20 to 25, add a new class in the form of the shape shifting Druid and add huge new zones set in, around and underneath some the Dungeons and Dragon’s most famous lands in the Forgotten Realms.

In the Underdark, treasure chests loot you.

Menace of the Underdark is looking good. It’s got some huge, beautiful zones, an intriguing new class and will add some of DDO’s biggest monsters yet. It’ll be available to buy from the in-game store, too, which is good news for players with lots and lots of Turbine points. It’s set to be released on June 25.


Game of the week

Metal Gear Solid 4 !!!


Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (ou MGS4) é um jogo de acção/espionagem. Criado por Hideo Kojima, Shuyo Murata e Yoji Shinkawa, Guns of the Patriots foi produzido pela Kojima Productions exclusivamente para a PlayStation 3. É o sétimo título da série Metal Gear e o primeiro lançado na sétima geração de vídeo games. O jogo foi lançado mundialmente no dia 12 de Junho de 2008, 10 anos depois do lançamento de Metal Gear Solid e 20 anos depois do lançamento americano do primeiro Metal


Jogabilidade Em Metal Gear Solid 4, o jogador (Solid “Old” Snake) deve mover-se de maneira furtiva e inteligente. O jogo usa uma visão em terceira pessoa com movimentação livre da câmera, mas também permite jogar livremente no modo em primeira pessoa, além de uma visão sobre o ombro que pode ser mudada tanto para o lado direito como para o esquerdo. O sistema de combate corpo-a-corpo (“Close Quarter Combat”, ou “CQC”) foi totalmente remodelado.


Enredo Jogabilidade A jogabilidade de Guns of the Patriots é semelhante à dos jogos anteriores da série Metal Gear Solid. Snake, sendo controlado pelo jogador, deve mover-se por um ambiente hostil e cheio de inimigos sem ser notado. Apesar de Snake adquirir várias armas (abrangendo de pistolas a lançadores de granadas), a ênfase está em usar o stealth para evitar combates. Um número de objetos e ferramentas podem ser encontradas pelo caminho para ajudá-lo em tal tarefa, incluindo detectores de movimento para detectar soldados e a caixa de papelão tradicional da série Metal Gear, no qual Snake pode se esconder para que não seja visto. Embora em alguns aspectos o jogo tenha sido modificado (principalmente os gráficos), a tensão e o humor da série foram mantidos.


Enredo Personagens O elenco do jogo consiste basicamente de personagens dos jogos anteriores, porém, claro que existem novos personagens. Um prematuramente envelhecido Solid Snake (agora conhecido como Old Snake) regressa como sendo o único personagem jogável, juntos a Snake estão Roy Campbell, seu ex-comandante; seu amigo Otacon, Naomi Hunter, a cientista que o contaminou com o vírus FOXDIE; Meryl Silverburgh, comandante da Rat Patrol Team 01 (R.P.T.01), Mei Ling, ex-analista de dados e agora capitã do navio de guerra USS Missouri (BB-63); Raiden, agora parecido com o (falecido) Ciborgue Ninja; Rosemary, ex-namorada de Raiden, que agora trabalha como psicóloga; e EVA (de MGS3), agora conhecida como Big Mama.


Enredo História Estamos em 2014, cinco anos após os incidentes em Big Shell (MGS2). MGS4 traz um mundo onde a intervenção militar em solo estrangeiro está proibida, aumentando a necessidade de Private Military Companies (Companhias Militares Privadas, PMCs), para travar guerras de negócios. A nanotecnologia tornou-se importantíssima, tanto para aumentar as habilidades dos soldados, como para reforçar a fidelidade dos mercenários. O sistema nanotecnológico que as PMCs usam é chamado de “Sons of the Patriots” (SOP). As cinco maiores PMCs (Praying Mantis, Otselotovaya Khvatka, Werewolf, Pieuvre Armement e Raven Sword) são controladas por uma única companhia, chamada Outer Heaven, comandada por Liquid-Ocelot. Reunindo um exército capaz de rivalizar com o americano, Liquid-Ocelot prepara uma revolta armada com o objectivo de tomar controle absoluto do SOP. Com o mundo mais uma vez em crise, um desacreditado Solid Snake é “jogado” no Oriente Médio com a missão de eliminar definitivamente Liquid. O jogo se situa em cinco localidades: Oriente Médio, América do Sul, Leste europeu, Shadow Moses e Outer Haven.


Personagens

Old Snake

Nome: Old Snake (Conhecido também como Solid Snake ou David.) Idade: Algo entre 40 ou 50 anos. Nacionalidade: Americano. Principais aparições: MG; MG2: Solid Snake; MGS; MGS2. Dublado por: David Hayter (Inglês) e Akio tsuka (Japonês)


Personagens

oTAKON

Nome: Otacon (Conhecido também como Hal Emmerich.) Idade: Algo em torno dos 40 anos. Nacionalidade: Americano. Principais aparições: MGS; MGS2. Dublado por: Christopher Randolph (Inglês) e Hideyuki Tanaka (Japonês).


Personagens

rAIDEN

Nome: Raiden (Conhecido também como Jack, e com apelidos como Jack the Ripper e White Devil.) Idade: Em torno dos 30 anos. Nacionalidade: Americano (Porém de origem na Libéria) Principais aparições: MGS2 Dublado por: Quinton Flynn (Inglês) e Keny Horiuchi (Japonês).


Personagens

rOY cAMPBELL

Nome: Roy Campbell Idade: Suponha-se que esteja aos 80 anos. Nacionalidade: Americano. Principais aparições: MG2: Solid Snake; MGS. Dublado por: Paul Eiding (Inglês) e Takeshi Aono (Japonês).


Personagens

nAOMI hUNTER

Nome: Naomi Hunter Idade: Desconhecida. Nacionalidade: Ao que parece, nasceu em Moçambique. Principais aparições: MGS. Dublado por: Hiromi Tsuru (Inglês) e Jennifer Hale (Japonês).


Personagens

bIG mAMA

Nome: Big Mama (Conhecida também como Eva e Tatyana) Idade: 78 anos. Nacionalidade: Chinesa. Principais aparições: MGS3 Snake Eater. Dublado por: Lee Meriwether (Inglês) e Mari Natsuki (Japonês).


Personagens

mERYL sILVERbURGH

Nome: Meryl Silverburgh Idade: Algo entre 30 e 40 anos. Nacionalidade: Americana Principais aparições: MGS. Dublado por: Debi Mae West (Inglês) e Kyoko Terase (Japonês).


Personagens

sUNNY

Nome: Sunny (Conhecida também como Sunny Sergeyevna Gurlukovich) Idade: Algo na faixa dos 6 ou 7 anos. Nacionalidade: Americana (Descendente de Russos). Principais aparições: Nenhuma. Dublado por: Christina Puccelli (Inglês) e Kikuko Inoue (Japonês).


Personagens

dREBIN + lITTLE gRAY

Nome: Drebin Idade: Desconhecida. Nacionalidade: Deconhecida. Principais aparições: Nenhuma. Dublado por: Khary Payton (Inglês) e Keiji Fujiwara (Japonês).


Personagens

mEI lING

Nome: Mei Ling Idade: Provavelmente entre 25 á 35 anos. Nacionalidade: Americana com descendencia Chinesa. Principais aparições: MGS, MGS2: Sons of Liberty Dublado por: Kim Mai Guest (Inglês) e Houko Kuwashima (Japonês).


Personagens

Liquid Ocelot

Nome: Liquid Ocelot (Conhecido também como Revolver Ocelot, Shalashaska, Adamska e agora, controlado por Liquid Snake.) Idade: Em torno dos 70 anos. Nacionalidade: Russo. Principais aparições: MGS; MGS2; MGS3; MGS PO. Dublado por: Patric Zimmerman (Inglês) e Banji Ginga (Japonês).


Personagens

Vamp

Nome: Vamp Idade: Desconhecida. Nacionalidade: Romenio. Principais aparições: MGS2. Dublado por: Phil LaMarr (Inglês) e Shinya Tsukamoto (Japonês).


Review

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3

While fighting through the streets of New York, Paris, London, Prague, Berlin and more in Modern Warfare 3, I keep coming back to this. If you compare the Call of Duty series to, say, Skyrim, or even Half-Life 2, then it’s a regressive, controlling, anti-gaming experience. Don’t compare it to those games, then. Modern Warfare 3 is an arcade rail shooter, except you can control your legs a bit. It feels this way because, for the first time, Infinity Ward have got the scripting right. Modern Warfare 1 and 2s bombastic scenarios frequently left you in the dark, unsure whether progress meant killing all the henchmen or tripping an invisible barrier to stop them infinitely respawning. In Black Ops, wild over-scripting left you feeling unnecessary; whole levels seemed to pass without you needing to fire a shot.


Review

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Screenshots

The Russians are attacking New York, for reasons of plot.

These men forgot to put their toothpaste in a baggy.


Review

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Screenshots

You shoot these men in slow-motion mid-car crash. Yeah, just go with it.

Wait, if the Russians are attacking, then why... everything? Why everything?


Review

Battlefield 3

A helicopter just buzzed over my head, thirty feet above the ground. It was moving quickly, skirting around a hill, firing its main gun at an enemy I couldn’t see. I stopped running and just stared at it. I do this a lot. Battlefield 3’s multiplayer makes me want to place a deckchair in the desert and watch the chaos happening all around. On its best maps – like the 64-player Caspian Border – every pixel on screen flickers with battle. I’ll climb to a rooftop and just freeze. In the distance, smoke stacks rise from a burning forest. In the air above me, jets twirl, chased by artillery. On the ground below, a tank has smashed through the lower floors of the building. I’ll spot a glimmer from a hillside 300 metres away, and it’ll be a sniper readying to kill me.


Review

Battlefield 3

Screenshots

So real you can almost smell the burning people. Hmmmn, bacon...

Everybody wants to hug the man with the ice hockey puck.


Review

Battlefield 3

Screenshots

Go damage Tehran for a little bit. It’s geopolitcally exciting/callous!

Destroy an entire hotel building...No problem,right?


Hints

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Gold camo

Reach Level 31 in Multiplayer mode for a weapon by getting 1,000 kills with it to unlock the Gold camo for the weapon.

Secret killstreak

Get a 25 (24 with Hardline) killstreak using only your gun/knife/equipment (killstreak kills do not count) to get a M.O.A.B. (Mother Of All Bombs). When activated, it will kill all enemies on the map, no matter where they are, as well as disable the enemy's equipment, electronics, and pointstreaks for one minute. Additionally, the team with the person who calls in a M.O.A.B. will get double XP for the rest of the match.

Easy XP

Once you reach Level 20 in Multiplayer mode, use the Specialist Killstreak package to get a lot of extra XP. Create a class with the Hardline perk and use the Specialist Killstreak package. You will get extra points at kills 1, 3, 5, and 7. It will also help you complete the perk's challenges and the Specialist challenges for each perk. You will be completing the perks, and each perk has a Specialist perk challenge to it. For example, if at one kill you unlock Assassin, you will be completing Assassin challenges while also completing the "Assassin" Specialist challenge. You will get a lot of XP as you complete these challenges in addition to the 200 XP you get for kills 1, 3, 5, and 7 each time. This works best in modes where you get a lot of kills. Additionally, you get extra points for kills 8, 9, 10, etc. as long as you have all the perks enabled and have not died.

Easy Blast Shield Pro

Throw a Flash or Concussion grenade at the wall so it bounces back at you and stuns you. It will be counted as deflecting an explosion for the Blast Shield Pro. Note: This glitch was done on an unpatched version of the game.


Hints

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Easy SitRep Pro

Once you unlock the Trophy System tactical equipment, assign it to a class, and deploy it. Then, knife it, and it will count towards destroyed enemy equipment for the SitRep Pro. Note: This glitch was done on an unpatched version of the game.

Reducing lag

At the multiplayer main menu, select "Options", then disable the "Theater Recording" option to help reduce lag during online games.

Multiplayer unlockables

Reach the indicated level in Multiplayer mode to unlock the corresponding weapon, perk, equipment, or killstreak/deathstreak: Level 5: Throwing Knife Level 6: SCAR-L (assault rifle) Level 8: SPAS-12 (shotgun) Level 10: P99 (handgun) Level 11: Blind Eye perk Level 12: Dragunov (sniper) Level 13: Scrambler (tactical) Level 14: PKP Pecheneg (LMG) Level 15: Hardline perk Level 15: Revenge (death streak) Level 16: MP9 (machine pistol) Level 18: CM901 (assault rifle) Level 19: Sitrep perk Level 20: Specialist (strike package) Level 21: EMP Grenade (tactical) Level 22: A550 (sniper) Level 22: Extreme Conditioning perk Level 24: Javelin (launcher) Level 26: AA-12 (shotgun) Level 27: Assassin perk Level 28: PP90M1 (SMG) Level 29: Smoke Grenade (tactical) Level 30: MP412 (handgun) Level 30: Steady Aim perk

Level 32: Type 95 (assault rifle) Level 32: Final Stand (death streak) Level 36: Skorpion (M. Pistol) Level 37: Bouncing Betty (anti personnel mine) Level 38: P90 (SMG) Level 39: Scavenger perk Level 40: Stinger (Launcher; vehicle lock-on only) Level 42: G36C (assault rifle) Level 44: RSASS (sniper) Level 45: Trophy System (deflects enemy explosives/ missiles) Level 46: .44 Magnum (handgun) Level 47: Overkill perk Level 48: Striker (shotgun) Level 50: ACR 6.8 (assault rifle) Level 51: Martyrdom (death streak) Level 52: XM25 (launcher) Level 53: Claymore (anti personnel mine) Level 54: MK46 (LMG) Level 55: Dead Silence perk Level 56: PM9 (SMG) Level 57: Dead Man's Hand (death streak) Level 58: Five Seven (handgun) Level 60: MK14 (assault rifle)


Hints

Battlefield 3 Easy Co-Op experience

Unlock the final mission, Eleventh Hour, in Co-Op mode. Play the mission on the Easy difficulty. Reach the area where you must disarm the bomb, but fail to disarm it, and you will fail the mission. You will still get approximately 5,000 XP for the mission, even though you failed. It is possible to get approximately 5,000 XP every 2-3 minutes with this trick.s

Co-Op unlockables

Get the indicated number of points in Co-Op mode to unlock the corresponding weapon in Multiplayer mode: 63,000 points: MP412 REX Pistol 126,000 points: KH2002 Assault Rifle 189,000 points: MP7 PDW 252,000 points: M39 EMR 315,000 points: 93R Pistol 378,000 points: SG553 Carbine 441,000 points: G3A3 Multiplayer kit unlockables Get the listed number of points with the indicated kit to unlock the corresponding weapon or gadget:

Assault Kit

4,000 points: Defibrillator 11,000 points: M320 22,000 points: M416 38,000 points: M26 MASS 60,000 points: AEK-971 89,000 points: M16A3 124,000 points: F2000 166,000 points: AN-94 220,000 points: M16A4 (RU) and AK-74M (US)


Hints

Battlefield 3 Engineer Kit 3,000 points: FIM-92 Stinger (US) 3,000 points: SA-18 IGLA (RU) 7,000 points: M15 AT Mine 14,000 points: SCAR-H 25,000 points: EOD Bot 40,000 points: M4 58,000 points: A-91 82,000 points: FGM-148 Javelin 110,000 points: G36C

Support Kit 4,000 points: C4 Explosives 11,000 points: M249 23,000 points: M18 Claymore Mine 40,000 points: M224 Mortar 60,000 points: PKP Pecheneg 90,000 points: M240B 130,000 points: M60E4 170,000 points: M2 IAR (RU) and RPK-74M (US)

Recon Kit 5,000 points: T-UGS 13,000 points: SV98 26,000 points: SOFLAM 45,000 points: MAV 71,000 points: SKS 104,000 points: M40A5 146,000 points: M98B 195,000 points: MK11 MOD 0 (RU) and SVD (US)


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