Homeworld 2 Demo Tomorrow

Homeworld 2 Demo Coming Soon is the press release announcing the plan to release the demo of Relic's now-gold space-based RTS sequel tomorrow. Here's the word:
Vivendi Universal Games (VU Games) announced today that, in conjunction with Relic Entertainment, it will release a sneak-peak to Homeworld(r)2, the sequel to 1999's award-winning, space-based real-time strategy game, tomorrow.

The demo will include looks at both the single- and multi-player campaigns of Homeworld 2, including the tutorial mission, two single-player missions, and two multiplayer missions, which will be playable over both LAN and the GameSpy network.

"We recognize that our community's support of Homeworld 2 is both incredibly valuable and vital to the success of this game," said Chris Mahnken, producer of Homeworld 2. "The community has been requesting a demo of the game for many months now, and we are proud to be able to deliver it to them."

The 141 MB Homeworld 2 demo will be released via the VU Games website tomorrow. The company will also make the demo available to all press and community sites that wish to host it.
View : : :
63.
 
Re: mmm
Sep 3, 2003, 21:13
63.
Re: mmm Sep 3, 2003, 21:13
Sep 3, 2003, 21:13
 
OK, shit-for-brains, here is where we prove that you have no brain.

It's what you're paid for. There is no arguement for the otherside you idiot.

Assumtion make an ASS out of you AND umption.

So you know what I am paid for, huh? Thats interesting, I didnt know my boss even knew this website existed. Oh, perhaps you arent my boss, perhaps you just ASSUMED you know what I am paid for, idiot. Oh my God you are dumb.

When you actually know both sides of any story, you may decree that there is no argumement for one side or another. Until then, oh wise master of all that is posting, shut the fuck up.

I seriously doubt that you've ever wotked a day in your life.
You'll see how it really work when you leave high school and move out of your parents house. Now go sit down child, the adults are speaking.

I asked you fools to spare me the Hanibal Lector routine...it only makes you look even more stupid (and I didnt think that was possible). Actually, I have been working full-time since I was 14, moved out of my parents house when I was 17, and I have been gaming since the original PONG console. See, you really dont know shit.

Just so you know, I make good money. I am extremely well respected at work. Yes, Stylz, I do get my answers out of a book. Only thing is, its a book that I wrote, so I consider that okay, so does my boss, so do my customers (who absolutely RAVE about my candor, efficiency, and effectiveness). You two stupid piss-ants think you are going to tell anyone a thing or two about anything, but you are CLUELESS. Been at the same job for 50 years there WebDemon, is that right? Good for you! (LMAO). If you were worth a shit you would be retired by now I would think...

WebDemon, think that someone that has only 3-4 posts isnt credible? Even you little uber-nerd buddy Stlyz? LMAO@the idiots!!!
MAIN PC (for Soupkin)
=======
Asus A7N8X Deluxe
AMD Barton 2800
1024 Meg Corsair XMS PC3200 CAS2(2x512 in Dual Channel)
ATI Radeon 9700 Pro
Maxtor 40 Gig 7200 RPM ATA133
Maxtor 60 Gig 7200 RPM ATA133
350W Power Supply
Windows XP Home
Date
Subject
Author
1.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
11.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
18.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
2.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
3.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
4.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
5.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
6.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
8.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
10.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
     Re: No subject
14.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
     Re: No subject
7.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
9.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
12.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
16.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
   Re: mmm
27.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
    Re: mmm
49.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
     Re: mmm
25.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
   Re: mmm
26.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
    Re: mmm
29.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
    Re: mmm
30.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
     Re: mmm
31.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
     Re: mmm
32.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
      Re: mmm
34.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
       Re: mmm
36.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
        Re: mmm
43.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
        Re: mmm
44.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
         Re: mmm
45.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
          Re: mmm
46.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
           Re: mmm
47.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
         Re: mmm
50.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
          Re: mmm
54.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
           Re: mmm
55.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
           Re: mmm
56.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
           Re: mmm
 63.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
            Re: mmm
64.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
             Re: mmm
65.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
              Re: mmm
66.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
               Re: mmm
57.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
           Re: mmm
58.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
            Re: mmm
59.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
             Re: mmm
60.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
              Re: mmm
61.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
               Re: mmm
62.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
                Re: mmm
33.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
      Re: mmm
35.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
       Re: mmm
37.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
    Re: mmm
13.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
15.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
17.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
38.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
39.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
40.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
41.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
19.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
20.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
21.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
22.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
23.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
24.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
28.
Sep 2, 2003Sep 2 2003
42.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
48.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
51.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
52.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003
53.
Sep 3, 2003Sep 3 2003