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Right now there are problems with the .eu mailservers and here is a work-around to get off to a good start. .. read more
After a successful test season, the Enemy Down Call of Duty 4 League by Vita Nova kicks off with the first official season! .. read more
EnemyDown and PBBans Partnership. EnemyDown has entered a partnership with PBBans specifically for Call of Duty 4. All EnemyDown Match Servers MUST stream to PBBans. .. read more
Thank you to all the teams that played in the EnemyDown COD4 Ladder Powered by VitaNova. The ladder "finished" on the 5th of June 2010 and a screenshot was taken of the teams that placed first through tenth.... .. read more
The league has officially opened for season 0. This means it is a test season which will only include teams from the invite and preinvite channels for COD4. This is a season to test out admins and the system and also the rules. .. read more
30 Second Rundown: L4D Update & Pirate Bay
Posted by SmellyMoss on Apr 22nd 2009 12:13
The Left4Dead Survival Pack is available for free to PC and 360 players. The new Survival Mode works with 16 maps and includes 7 new achievements. The update also includes several fixes.
Killzone 2 has an update out today in anticipation of the Steel & Titanium Map Pack that is due out next week. Eurogamer have more on the release.
Burnout Paradise is getting even more DLC this month! The awesomeness that is Criterion are releasing the Cops and Robbers update on Thursday, April 30th 2009. More here on ED.
Call of Duty: World at War Patch 1.4 is now available for download on Steam for PC players. The update, which was released back on April 9th for the PC, fixes several issues and includes 3 new maps; Knee Deep, Nightfire and Station. More here.
LEGO Rock Band is for real. Warner Bros. has confirmed the title will be available on the PS3, 360, Wii and DS this year.
Fallout 3 will have a new episode for the 360 and PC versions available for download on May 5th entitled Broken Steel according to Kotaku. The DLC will open up new parts of the game and raise user experience caps to 30.
Plenty going on with the NFL at the moment. John Madden has announced that he is retiring from the commentators booth and a group of former NFL players are going to sue EA and Madden for unpaid royalties from previous titles. Retired NFL players won $28 million last fall when they sued the NFLPA for screwing them out of royalties, now the players feel the need to go after the publisher. GamePolitics has the story.
Details of the Championship DLC for Street Fighter IV have been made available. The free release comes out on April 24th and will feature a balanced tournament mode with replay features. The mode will allow players to review their opponents exact input commands including button and joystick motions. Will this make SF IV less competitive? Also, props to Capcom for making this add-on free.
On a related note, the update also includes the launch of the Official SFIV Euro Tournament. The top prize is Aerox R 50cc Scooter from Yamaha.
Halo 3 was back on top of the XBox Live Most Played Games list last week with the release of the Mythic Map Pack. Last week also saw the launch of the first 4v4 Halo tournament on ED. Evasion walked away champs of the first ever No Strings Attached Halo 3 one night tournament (I made up the title and its one of my proudest accomplishments).
Finally, the founders of Pirate Bay have been locked up for a year and fined £3 million in damages for breaking copyright laws according to the BBC. The four men are going to refuse to pay the fine and will appeal. Does anyone NOT find this is just ridiculous. If so, enlighten us.