This is the adventure of Lady Wasteland. A story rooted in the misfortune of individuals left to scour a vast wasteland in search of their own private destiny. Each character: a fragment, a survivor, a wanderer. In a god-forsaken landscape after the collapse of civilized society, we find a generation left for dead, fueled by revenge, apathy, absurdity, and the need to find a piece of food.
Explore the post-apocalyptic world of the wasteland in Rage.
Emptiness surrounds Lady as she takes us through the history of the wasteland.
The second episode of the ongoing series "Cops in the Wasteland III" from MachinimaPirates****, A former Blade Runner is tasked with finding dangerous replicants (androids) that have come to New Vegas from the Capitol wasteland. Detective Jack Tangent volunteers his D.C. area brother who is a sheriff to pick up the trail in what is left of our nations capitol.
Rage - The Wasteland (Developer Diary)
Id takes you behind the immersive wasteland setting of Rage.
What's this post apocalyptic world all about? it's not just a backdrop, it's an interactive, explorable world.
hello, this is my playthrough of Fallout 3. Remember comment, rate and subscribe
Lv.65 Ninja Draco Valley 1v1s
Someone wanted me to upload a video of my Ninja's current level, I wasn't even trying but oh well.
Music: Dragonforce - Soldiers Of The Wasteland.
Oh BTW, Google Clan FTW! Chyea.
AMV for Kingdom Hearts. Riku has discovered that he has a problem-- he's addicted to the shadows-- and now it's up to him and his friends to help him kick the habit.
Hope you enjoy!!!
I own nothing in this AMV. Credit goes to the various artists for the songs, to Square Enix for creating Kingdom Hearts, and to kh-vids**** for providing the FMVs. This AMV was made purely for entertainment purposes only.
Opening song: Soldiers of the Wasteland- Dragonforce
Main: Drunk on Shadows- HIM
Credit song: Feel The- The Goo Goo Dolls
Killzone 2 has just released their first DLC! It's two new maps for us all to enjoy!
The two maps are, Wasteland Bullet, which is a bullet train that transports supplies and troops between Pyrrhus and the Wasteland and the second map is the Vekta Cruiser, which is the ISA starship that they must defend against the attacking Helghast soldiers.
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As far as the design and play of the two maps, I would say I don't have too much to complain about. If you've played through the campaign, you're already familiar with both of these maps so there's not going to be too much of a suprise packaged with your purchase. Like other games, they just moved around a few things and made things smoother so they will work with online play, but other than that they barely changed anything.
Wasteland Bullet is not my favorite map, but I would say I'm glad they included it. It can get pretty crazy sometimes and there's a lot of 'rocket spam' on some of the game modes. This does get very annoying, very quickly, but is easily fought back with if you just come up from behind. The various targets for each game mode were placed pretty well, I think they could have done a better job to prevent some of the rocket abuse or the 'grenade spam', but this map isn't completely trash.
The second map is the Vekta Cruiser which is completely indoors, thus making it quite claustrophobic at times. The only time when I get really frustrated at the placement on this map is during Search and Destroy. I find that this game mode just gets insane and I tend to just try and defend or go for kills instead of trying to complete the objective because both of the points are right in the middle of the room.
I really like the Vekta Cruiser map, I'm not sure why, it is just very appealing to me. I've played it a lot and I think it should have been one of the original maps included with the Killzone 2 game itself.
I really hope that they come out with more DLC for Killzone 2, maybe some more game modes or maps. I think if they added in some new weapons for more ranks that would add a lot of power to the game. Overall I think these maps are good and if you're on the fence about buying them, I would say do it, but if you aren't too interested I would say they're not a must have and the money could be spent on different DLC that would give you more gameplay and add more game value to your PS3.