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  2. Introduction

    Good Evening, A lot has changed in my life within the last year. My daughter was born, My father in law passed away and a sister who had a miscarriage. I lost all energy or excitement to even turn on my PS4 which resulted in me leaving the crew on my own free will. While I was officially not part of the crew I was still finding myself still logging into the website to see what everyone was doing. You guys are my online family. Domestic Battery is my home. I wanna come home and play GTA5 while patiently waiting for RDR2 and GTA6. If you guys are willing to allow me back, Can we start my re-vetting process?
  3. Today
  4. ps4 (GTA) Gunrunning ($×2), CEOing, MCing

    I really don't know what I have to sell, but I'm willing to help. I gonna try to be on GTA a bit more than usual this weekend.
  5. Yesterday
  6. What did you do today?

    Sorry to miss two bro's birthday but away camping, have a nice!
  7. Chloe Frazer and Nadine Ross take centerstage in a new adventure filled with dizzying vistas and dangerous adversaries. Uncharted: The Lost Legacy launches Tuesday on PS4. Developed by the world-renowned team at Naughty Dog, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy is a standalone story that follows Chloe across India’s Western Ghats region. Her goal: to recover an ancient artifact and keep it away from a vicious warmonger. Expect plenty of heart-pounding exploration and gunplay in The Lost Legacy, including some of the most expansive spaces in Uncharted history. For a full list of new games coming to PlayStation, read on. And enjoy The Drop! The cult hit sci-fi adventure featuring award-winning platform-shooter gameplay, with all expansions and special features included! A$AP Ferg – Still Striving Various Artists – Marvel The Defenders Soundtrack Grizzly Bear – Painted Ruins The Mummy (2017) All Eyez On Me (plus Bonus Features) Great American Eclipse – August 21 at 9/8c (Science Channel) 30 for 30: What Carter Lost – August 24 at 9:30/8:30c (ESPN) Game of Thrones – August 27 at 9/8c (HBO) The information above is subject to change without notice. View the full article
  8. ps4 Lime's Tip Touching Fridays

    Sorry buddy, only just seen this. Here's you go if it's not too late https://socialclub.rockstargames.com/games/gtav/ps4/jobs/job/Y_XhpqOoEEipNFS0nD88kw P.s. don't put it at the start because I'm gonna miss the start 😔
  9. ps4 (GTA) Gunrunning ($×2), CEOing, MCing

    That works for me
  10. ps4 (GTA) Gunrunning ($×2), CEOing, MCing

    I think i got mostly coke and meth. And some cars. After tonight's playlist?
  11. ps4 (GTA) Gunrunning ($×2), CEOing, MCing

    Awesome, sounds like we have enough to get so sweet sweet moolah.
  12. ps4 (GTA) Gunrunning ($×2), CEOing, MCing

    Got a load to sell from the bunker, too. More than happy to help out anyone else with any sales.
  13. ps4 Lime's Tip Touching Fridays

    All the races in tonight's playlist will be of the ragequit variety to various levels. Inbetween will be some regular jobs so you can all take out your anger on me @Potato can I get a link to the ragequit type race you mentioned last night?
  14. ps4 (GTA) Gunrunning ($×2), CEOing, MCing

    I got stuff to sell as well.
  15. ps4 (GTA) Gunrunning ($×2), CEOing, MCing

    I have my staff working on manufacturing full time so I may have some guns to sell Saturday after Two Bros or on Sunday. Also willing to help others when I am on. I am not the best at paying attention to the website when in game so message me in game if anyone needs help.
  16. Hey there, PlayStation fans! This is Adam Volker from Flight School Studio, and I’m happy to let you know that we are bringing our first title to PlayStation VR next month. Manifest 99 is a story-driven, interactive narrative VR experience set in the afterlife and you’ll be able to explore its dark and beautiful world on September 12, 2017. Our team has created a rich, immersive world with Manifest 99 and we are excited to have y’all play it on PS VR. It’s been a journey creating an experience that straddles the line between dream and nightmare. We hope you’ll join us on our winding train trek through the great beyond. What is Manifest 99? Manifest 99 | PlayStation.com Manifest 99 is an ominous, eerie story about finding redemption in the afterlife. Set on a mysterious train inhabited by a murder of crows, you assist four travel companions on a journey to their final destination. You play Manifest 99 without a controller: gaze into the eyes of crows to move to their perch, viewing the world from their scale and perspective. In addition to the murder of crows, you can also use your gaze to connect with your fellow passengers. The weary ghosts of a bear, doe, owl and crow ride the train with you as well. As you lock eyes with each character, you’ll discover more about their personal journey and what brought them to the train. Each passenger represents a chapter of the experience and while aboard, you must uncover why they – and you – are on the train. The first travel companion you meet, the Bear, is forlorn and reserved. He avoids your eyes at first, but after some effort you’ll make a connection and learn of his life as a soldier, enlisted in a conflict that ruined many villages. He left a lot behind and is eager to get back to his loved ones. Interacting with each of these spirits is the heart of the story in Manifest 99. We hope you enjoy the journey through Manifest 99. All of us at Flight School Studio loved the challenge of creating our first PlayStation VR experience and cannot wait to share it with others. Don’t forget to check out Manifest 99 on September 12, 2017 when it debuts on the PlayStation Store. If you have any questions or comments, leave ‘em below – we’d love to chat more! View the full article
  17. With Uncharted: The Lost Legacy out Tuesday on PS4, we’ve curated a collection of wallpapers optimized for your desktop (oooh, 4K!), tablet, or phone. Click the corresponding link under each image to download the full-resolution image. If you haven’t pre-ordered The Lost Legacy yet, you still have a few days to do so and snag a download of Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy for PS4! So adorn your devices with a new wallpaper or two, watch the launch trailer above, and don’t miss Naughty Dog’s latest adventure when it launches next week. Enjoy! With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile The post Celebrate next week’s Uncharted: The Lost Legacy release with new trailer and downloadable wallpapers appeared first on PlayStation.Blog.Europe. View the full article
  18. With Uncharted: The Lost Legacy out Tuesday on PS4, we’ve curated a collection of wallpapers optimized for your desktop (oooh, 4K!), tablet, or phone. Click the corresponding link under each image to download the full-resolution image. If you haven’t pre-ordered The Lost Legacy yet, you still have a few days to do so and snag a download of Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy for PS4! So adorn your devices with a new wallpaper or two, watch the launch trailer above, and don’t miss Naughty Dog’s latest adventure when it launches next week. Enjoy! With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile With Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile Without Logo Desktop Tablet Mobile View the full article
  19. I’m really excited to announce that we have developed an all-new mode called Archmage Mode for Mages of Mystralia in anticipation of our launch on 22nd August! It’s designed for hardcore gamers (The type of person who might be reading PlayStation.Blog!) to make sure that you’re challenged throughout the campaign. In general, one of the hardest aspects of game design is nailing the difficulty curve. Ideally, you always want the game to be challenging but not too difficult. At the beginning, the game should be easy enough while the player develops the skills that are unique to the game. Over time, as the player has mastered those skills, the game should test them more and more. If the game is too difficult, it produces anxiety and frustration. Too easy, and the game is boring. Jesse Schell has a great diagram of this concept in his book The Art of Game Design: The reason why this poses such a challenge for game designers is that it’s really difficult to put ourselves in a position of a new player who hasn’t yet mastered the skills. All of us at Borealys Games have played through Mages of Mystralia so many times that we could probably beat it blindfolded by now! A good way to test the difficulty is through testers. We’ve brought in dozens of testers (not to mention the hundreds of Kickstarter backers!) through the years and started to notice that we actually had two different categories of players – those who just wanted to play around with the spellcrafting system and enjoy the story, and those who really wanted to prove their mastery by facing a much harder challenge. Archmage Mode was designed for that latter group. When we set about designing a specific mode for players who wanted a deeper challenge, we didn’t want to be lazy about it. It would have been easy to add more enemies, increase the damage they deal, and increase their HP. That would have slowed down some players — and maybe caused them to die more frequently than they otherwise would have, but it would be more grind than fun. It would be like making runners at a track meet sprint through molasses. About a year ago, the YouTuber Dunkey (of whom we’re all big fans) made a great video criticising poorly designed difficulty levels. We wanted to avoid that. In essence, we wanted to make it almost an entirely different game experience for a very different audience. So what’s new in Archmage Mode? First, we’ve added four new enemy types – one for each element – that are only found in this mode. These enemies not only deal more damage than typical enemies, they approach the player differently. They can add elemental effects to their attacks, and they anticipate your actions better. In addition, there are optional puzzles sprinkled throughout the game, many of which have been ramped up in terms of complexity. Broadly speaking, there are two categories of puzzles in the game. The first one is door puzzles. In this puzzle type, you encounter a magical seal that you need to unlock by rearranging the different nodes so that they all connect to each other. Another category of puzzle is one that tests your spellcrafting skills, as you need to design a spell to achieve a specific goal. As a relatively simple example, you may need to create a spell that will light three braziers simultaneously. In Archmage Mode, many of these puzzles are far more complex and will require players to use advanced techniques like nesting spells. When we did our playtesting, most players self-selected into which mode they were more interested in trying. You should know that there’s no “best” way to play. Games should be fun, and if you feel like you want to experience a charming story and play around with spellcrafting, regular mode is for you. But if you really want the game to test your skills, we think Archmage Mode will be like mana from heaven. (See what I did there?) We’re looking forward to hearing what everyone thinks when Mages of Mystralia launches on 22nd August! The post Check out Mages of Mystralia’s rock-hard Archmage mode, ahead of PS4 launch next week appeared first on PlayStation.Blog.Europe. View the full article
  20. I’m really excited to announce that we have developed an all-new mode called Archmage Mode for Mages of Mystralia in anticipation of our launch on August 22! It’s designed for hardcore gamers (The type of person who might be reading PlayStation.Blog!) to make sure that you’re challenged throughout the campaign. In general, one of the hardest aspects of game design is nailing the difficulty curve. Ideally, you always want the game to be challenging but not too difficult. At the beginning, the game should be easy enough while the player develops the skills that are unique to the game. Over time, as the player has mastered those skills, the game should test them more and more. If the game is too difficult, it produces anxiety and frustration. Too easy, and the game is boring. Jesse Schell has a great diagram of this concept in his book The Art of Game Design: The reason why this poses such a challenge for game designers is that it’s really difficult to put ourselves in a position of a new player who hasn’t yet mastered the skills. All of us at Borealys Games have played through Mages of Mystralia so many times that we could probably beat it blindfolded by now! A good way to test the difficulty is through testers. We’ve brought in dozens of testers (Not to mention the hundreds of Kickstarter backers!) through the years and started to notice that we actually had two different categories of players — those who just wanted to play around with the spellcrafting system and enjoy the story, and those who really wanted to prove their mastery by facing a much harder challenge. Archmage Mode was designed for that latter group. When we set about designing a specific mode for players who wanted a deeper challenge, we didn’t want to be lazy about it. It would have been easy to add more enemies, increase the damage they deal, and increase their HP. That would have slowed down some players — and maybe caused them to die more frequently than they otherwise would have, but it would be more grind than fun. It would be like making runners at a track meet sprint through molasses. About a year ago, the YouTuber Dunkey (of whom we’re all big fans) made a great video criticizing poorly designed difficulty levels. We wanted to avoid that. In essence, we wanted to make it almost an entirely different game experience for a very different audience. So what’s new in Archmage Mode? First, we’ve added four new enemy types — one for each element — that are only found in this mode. These enemies not only deal more damage than typical enemies, they approach the player differently. They can add elemental effects to their attacks, and they anticipate your actions better. In addition, there are optional puzzles sprinkled throughout the game, many of which have been ramped up in terms of complexity. Broadly speaking, there are two categories of puzzles in the game. The first one is door puzzles. In this puzzle type, you encounter a magical seal that you need to unlock by rearranging the different nodes so that they all connect to each other. Another category of puzzle is one that tests your spellcrafting skills, as you need to design a spell to achieve a specific goal. As a relatively simple example, you may need to create a spell that will light three braziers simultaneously. In Archmage Mode, many of these puzzles are far more complex and will require players to use advanced techniques like nesting spells. When we did our playtesting, most players self-selected into which mode they were more interested in trying. You should know that there’s no “best” way to play. Games should be fun, and if you feel like you want to experience a charming story and play around with spellcrafting, regular mode is for you. But if you really want the game to test your skills, we think Archmage Mode will be like mana from heaven. (See what I did there?) We’re looking forward to hearing what everyone thinks when Mages of Mystralia launches on August 22! View the full article
  21. ps4 (GTA) Gunrunning ($×2), CEOing, MCing

    Selling a full bunker gives an associate 60 thousand. Very nice Indeed.
  22. ps4 (GTA) Gunrunning ($×2), CEOing, MCing

    I should be able to get on at some point. I don't have any GTA cash so could do with a bank balance boost.
  23. After an impromptu thing after TNT racing last night where a bunch of us helped each other move stuff, and a bit of an agreement to do it again over the weekend, I thought it might be useful to have a thread for the weekend to plan in as it seemed to superseed the heisting that was being planned. Gunrunning missions are double cash this week so it's a great time to sell some Freedom! I'm free for the next three days so I'm happy to help folks out, and I might have some CEO stuff to ship too.
  24. Happy Friday, people! We hope the week’s been treating you well. Those who’ve passed this way the last few days may have spotted the Games Under €20 promotion that launched on PlayStation Store this Wednesday. A formidable line-up of over a hundred excellent PS4 titles priced at a heck of a lot less than you’d normally expect, it contains among it some of the best re-masters of the generation. So much so in fact, that it made us a little nostalgic. So here it is: a rundown of 12 fully-upgraded classics you can pick up this weekend for a totally-downgraded price. 1. Resident Evil: Deluxe Origins Bundle In the twenty years since Resident Evil first appeared on PlayStation what we expect from a video game has changed a lot. Despite that, this 2002 remake of the debut title still holds up remarkably well. Now running at full HD with upgraded character models and effects, this is, without a doubt, the best way to experience the mega-franchise’s humble beginnings. Not only that, Resident Evil: Deluxe Origins Bundle comes packaged with the lesser-known and somewhat experimental spin-off, Resident Evil 0. A lower budget outing that still sports some of the series’ very best level design and pre-rendered artwork. Buy Resident Evil: Deluxe Origins Bundle now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 2. Dead Rising: Triple Bundle Pack Back in 2006, Dead Rising delivered what, for many, had long been envisioned as the dream zombie game: a wide-open sandbox environment where absolutely anything could serve as a weapon. Set in an overrun shopping centre, the seemingly endless ways of dispatching the undead, from hockey sticks and bowling balls to frying pans, custard pies and even a ride-on lawnmower, made the game an instant classic of pure gameplay hilarity. The 2016 remaster comes with a range of visual upgrades including full-HD resolution and increased performance. Containing Dead Rising 1, 2 and the ‘Off The Record’ expansion, the Triple Pack Bundle is your hot ticket to the series’ most memorable zombie-killing moments. Buy Dead Rising: Triple Bundle Pack now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 3. Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition After decades of Mafia and Yakuza-themed games, 2012’s Sleeping Dogs finally gave a starring role to the China’s long-neglected criminal underworld. Playing as under-cover cop Wei Shin, you explore an open-world recreation of Hong Kong as you work to infiltrate the infamous Sun On Yee Triad. It’s a lavish mix of brutal combat, illegal street racing and death-defying parkour. Fully-remastered for PS4, not only does it run and play better than ever, it also comes with a whopping 24 additional DLC expansions. Buy Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 4. Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin The second outing in the infamous Dark Souls series was probably the most contentious among fans. Making departures with its precursor’s uncompromising design philosophy, Dark Souls II carved out a path that, taken on its own merits, still delivers a bold and unique RPG experience. PS4’s Scholar of the First Edition acknowledged some criticisms the game received at launch as well as delivering improved visuals and performance right across the board. Packaged with all three critically-acclaimed expansions packs, if you skipped Dark Souls II the first time around, you’d be mad to miss this. Buy Darks Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 5. Bioshock: The Collection The brainchild of industry legend Ken Levine, Irrational Games’s Bioshock trilogy set a new high-watermark for aesthetics, design and environmental storytelling over the course of the last console generation. Combining early twentieth century art deco imagery with dark, high-concept science fiction themes, the team delivered one of the generation’s most iconic game worlds. If you were unlucky enough to miss out on the originals, this remastered trilogy is a great way to finally experience this unique series. Buy Bioshock: The Collection now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 6. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection One of the early pioneers of the ‘shoot n’ loot’ genre, Borderlands, 2K’s stylised, neo-western take on the classic co-op shooter, was a hit with both fans and critics alike during its 2009 debut. The 2012 follow up, Borderlands 2 and subsequent spin-off Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel added to that proven formula with even more outrageous characters, vast interconnected worlds and an ever-expanding supply of procedurally-generated weapons. Both made the leap to PS4 in 2015 as part of The Handsome Collection, boasting performance enhancements, increased resolution and a vault-load of DLC to sink your teeth into. Buy Borderlands: The Handsome Collection now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 7. Darksiders: Fury’s Collection – War and Death Earlier this year, THQ Nordic announced that the third instalment in their Darksider’s franchise was in development for PlayStation 4 – a continuation of their ongoing apocalyptic saga inspired by Christian mythology’s Four Horseman. Not up to date with said saga? Fear not, to mark the announcement, the publishers released Darksiders: Fury’s Collection, which brings together both previous games, originally released for PS3, fully upgraded for the latest generation with a range of visual goodies. Buy Darksiders: Fury’s Collection – War and Death now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 8. Metro Redux Based on the novel of the same name, Metro 2033 was a breakout hit on PlayStation 3 when it launched back in 2010, spawning an equally tense and skin-crawling sequel Metro: Last Light which launched in the years following. Noted for its incredible visuals, unique settings and utterly suffocating sense of tension, the series quickly established itself as a cult and critical darling. With increased visuals and a hefty performance boost the series is now available on PS4, looking better than ever. Buy Metro: Redux now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 9. Valkyria Chronicles Remastered A true gem of the last generation, Valkyria Chronicles combined stylized, painterly visuals with a highly unique combat system and a surprisingly deep and character-rich story. The outcome was a complete left-field hit that garnered high levels of critical praise and a string of gaming awards and nominations. 2016’s remaster recreates all that original magic with higher frames rates, increased visual effects and a boost in resolution. Buy Valkyria Chronicles Remastered now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 10. Batman: Return to Arkham If you were lucky enough to play Batman: Arkham Knight back in 2015, but somehow missed its critically-acclaimed forerunners Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, then I’ve some good news for you. Both games arrived on PlayStation 4 last year, not just remastered, but fully rebuilt, from the ground-up, for the latest console generation. Sporting a huge visual overhaul that ramps up almost every aspect of presentation, you can marvel at all those velvety visuals while you bring yourself up to speed on two games worth of back story. Buy Batman: Return to Arkham now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 11. Dishonored: Definitive Edition If you’ve been eyeing last year’s Dishonored 2 with a tempted gaze, but were a bit worried about jumping in midway through the story, then might I draw your attention to Dishonored: Definitive Edition. A dark and sometimes unexpectedly comic tale of betrayal, redemption and rodent infestation, the series debut was met with huge critical applause, taking home countless game of the year awards in 2012 for its intricate level design, endless player choice and mature story telling. If this is one you did happen to miss the first time round and you’ve a particular soft-spot of supernatural stealth-action games, then this one is a no-brainer. Buy Dishonored: Definitive Edition now, discounted on PlayStation Store. 12. Back to the Future: The Game – 30th Anniversary Edition July 5th, 2015 marked exactly 30 years since the box office release of Back to the Future – a budding sci-fi comedy that would go on to become a cultural icon. To celebrate the milestone, Telltale Games released an upgraded, re-polished edition of their spin off episodic game series for the PS3, Back to the Future: The Game. Written in collaboration with original writer Bob Gale and featuring the voice talent of original cast members Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd, if you’re a fan of the films and would to see the old characters in a new adventure, you’ll struggle to find anything more authentic. Buy Back to the Future: The Game now, discounted on PlayStation Store. The post 12 big PS4 remasters that are cheaper than you thought this weekend on PlayStation Store appeared first on PlayStation.Blog.Europe. View the full article
  25. Singapore Marina Bay

    http://rsg.ms/cd38331 The latest track built for the Supercup it brings night racing to the streets of Los Santos. The route is a faithful scaled down replica of the original Singapore Marina Bay circuit including the highly controversial Singapore Sling chicane at turn 10 The track itself is made using real streets where possible. Only 25% of the track takes place on stunt props. Run it at night for the ultimate challenge.
  26. Crew Challenge 133 – Racing Cheetahs

    im in wearing corduroy's atm have both cheetah's also.
  27. Sepang International

    http://rsg.ms/0263170 Built for the Pfister Supercup and other races series based on real tracks, Sepang is a fast track with some of the longest straights in the racing world. This track has been built to suit the slower scale speeds of GTA when compared to the original circuit.
  28. Crew Challenge 133 – Racing Cheetahs

    I'll do my best to take part, got both cars, but would probably prefer to use the Cheetah Classic.
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