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Monthly Archives: August 2012

E3 2012 – Assassin's Creed III E3 Gameplay Trailer


Rating: 4
Assassin’s Creed 3 E3 Gameplay Trailer Assassin’s Creed III’s new hero, Connor, is a survivor. Previously, we’ve seen him hunting Redcoats in the snow-covered New England forest, and taking down Templars while a war wages between George Washington’s revolutionaries and their British opponents. Now, he’s in Boston for Ubisoft’s E3 demo, picking yet more fights and hunting yet more prey. And he seems just as comfortable murdering and free-running through bricks and mortar as he does through trees and snow. The demo is typically Assassin’s Creed. It begins with a sweeping vista of the city, before focusing in on the central character, Connor who immediately shows off one of the game’s new features by diving into a moving cart, filled with hay. Yes, now your free-running will include all kinds of fresh opportunities, like moving objects as well as the ability to pass through interiors (something we see later in the demo), and through the branches of trees, which grow inside and outside the game’s two cities, Boston and New York. Following his first show-off, Connor then yanks a guard into the hay cart with him, as it rumbles by, and pulls off the world’s first moving hay-pile assassination. THE AMERICAN EVOLUTION During the rest of the demo, Connor shows off the tweaks and changes to the core Assassin’s Creed formula. Although senior producer Francois Pelland will later insist that AC3 is “to quote the marketing – a revolution” during our exclusive interview, what we see

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Final Fantasy 13 – The Marks Of Paddra – Episode 47


Rating: 5
The mark hunting continues as we delve further into the local terrain, with a nearby undying Cie’th the first port of call, the winged Edimmu waiting for us as mark number five to take down on our journey! Travelling back we visit the pass of paddra on the way to the Paddrean Archaepolis, triggering yet another cutscene in which we find out a little bit more about the war of transgression, or who the version of history is based around, before we set out to hunt mark number 6, the Munchkin Maestro!

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How to Mountain Bike Downhills


Rating: 3

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Rafting Peru 1998


Rating: 5
Apurimac river with Hanan Lashover

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Tona, crazy mcCallie student tries to ride red wagon down mt


Rating: 4
This is a continuing clip of me riding a red wagon down the face of lookout mtn.

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MadGamer128 vs NextCodTutorials


Rating: 5
Thanks for watching the Legit Commentator Showdown! Don’t forget to like, favorite, and vote for who you think won this battle! Voting Ends May 14th, 2012 @ 5PM Central Time – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - Check out the Bracket Here: challonge.com MadGamer128′s Commentary Starts at 0:14 NextCodTutorials’s Commentary Starts at 5:50 MadGamer128′s Channel: www.youtube.com NextCodTutorials’s Channel: www.youtube.com – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - My Channel: www.youtube.com My Twitter: www.twitter.com

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euronews focus – EU Summit maps out the future for cities


Rating: 3
www.euronews.com What is a sustainable city? What kind of pressure do our urban spaces have to face? What examples can small and medium cities set and how can their successes be reproduced around Europe? Some of the lessons are being learned at the 5th European Summit of Regions and Cities, in Copenhagen. Approximately half of the world’s total population lives in urban areas. By 2030 80% of Europeans are expected to live in cities. This is why sustainable urban development is acquiring a crucial dimension in the debate over future European policies. Often local and regional areas manage to stand out for their eco-friendly practices, becoming open laboratories of sustainability, as the title of the summit suggests, “The European urban fabric in the 21st century”. “Historically cities have always been innovation centres, but it is especially from the typical medium-sized European city that innovation starts. Now even the Chinese have discovered that small is beautiful, or better, middle-sized is beautiful. They have found that cities of 500000 to 600000 residents are much more sustainable, and they are building medium-sized urban areas to avoid their cities turning into megalopoli,” says President of the Committee of Regions Mercedes Bresso. Beautiful, green, smart and inclusive : Colourful cities, where people want to live, and can thrive. That is the objective.. Regional Mayors and Presidents shared and showcased their practical solutions and strategies to promote

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bitteroot valley montana snowstorm

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Glamping at The Resort at Paws Up…a Montana Luxury Resort


Rating: 3
The Resort at Paws Up serves up “Glamping”. Want to explore the outdoors and sleep under the open skies but covet creature comforts? Welcome to the world of “glamping”: for those who only want to sleep under ‘five stars’. When was the last time you went “glamping”? Come, experience it at The Resort at Paws Up in Montana. Choose one of two camps…”Tent City” or “River Camp”…both come with camping butler and all.

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good day fishing with my buddy joe


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went fishing with my buddy joe , for pics. caught every other fish but that kind . still had a great day. thanks joe .

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