BlackBerry® 8520 Curve™ Fuchsia Red Without a Contract

BlackBerry® 8520 Curve™ Fuchsia Red Without a Contract

In July 2009, Blackberry introduced a new state-of-the-art cell phone, the 8520 Curve. It has been extremely popular since and has sold in millions all over the world. When it comes to features, it really outsmarts its predecessor the Blackberry 8900

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Download Breed PC game


Breed makes a horrible first impression. This single-player sci-fi shooter takes so outrageously long to load that it should ship with an alarm clock to wake you up when it's finally ready. Breed then makes many more bad impressions once you actually get to play it. You quickly see that it takes a lot of its ideas from the hit game Halo (and in turn from films like Starship Troopers and Aliens), and that it suffers from flimsy writing, atrocious voice acting, generic enemies and settings, frame rate hits, poor mission design, lagging multiplayer, and severe bugs. All isn't totally lost, though. For all that Breed does wrong, it at least lets you control some neat vehicles in expansive environments. Still, even in its good moments--which are uncommon--Breed is a poor game. During its many bad moments, you'll want to avoid it altogether.

System Requirements:

Windows 98 / Me / 2000 / XP
600 MHz processor
128 MB RAM
3D accelerated 32 MB video card or equivalent with HW-TnL (Hardware Transform and Lightning) and 24-bit z-buffer
1 GB free hard disk space

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