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America's Army Recon Demo

A bit earlier than anticipated, NVIDIA is the first site to offer downloads of the Recon demo of America's Army: Operations, the free first-person shooter game that was developed by the U.S. Army using the Unreal engine. The Recon demo requires a whopping 203.9 MB download, and offers "four single player basic training missions including a rifle range, obstacle course and weapons course," as well as "six multiplayer missions including a homeland defense operation, urban training, freeing prisoners, and protecting against an act of ecological terrorism." Word from HomeLan Fed is that the login authorization and multiplayer servers are not due to be launched until the original release time of 3:00 AM EDT (midnight PDT) though. Further mirrors can be expected on the official site by that time as well. Update: Mirrors are already online at FilePlanet (registration required) and 3D Gamers.

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241. Sigh. Jul 6, 2002, 16:42 Rosco
#229 post....I was just using Native Americans as an example, at least we acknowledge them, I was trying to say, unlike the Germans...I agree they are treated poorly, but where I live (My relatives ARE native american, including MEMEMEMEMEMEMEME, heh) but not very isnt too good out in Wisconsin either, BUT the casinos make up for that. Like I said, you have NO idea how much money they make with the casinos, it is mind blowing. So where ever you got YOUR information I would like to know, considering I have been on reservations and my uncle in law is a full blooded native american (I have a little blood in me), but yes, out West, it is not too good, just watch the movie Thunderheart, that depicts the conditions out there better, in Wisconsin...its different. These casinos somehow get big name musicians to come and preform in their casinos, in somewhat small towns, such as Green Bay, Wi. Showing up to these things would be really hurtful to artists careers, considering its a casino in a small town, but guess what they STILL show up. You know why? MONEY. LOT'S OF MONEY. I'm really happy that the native americans have this too, it's nice to see them making so much money on these people around here. It's a pretty good payback. =)

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