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  2. One of the coolest things about gaming today is that you don't have to be into first person shooters or sports games to find something to play on home consoles. More casual games are being released so that everyone has a reason to game with a controller. Word games, puzzlers, visual novels, walking simulators, and point and click adventures are thriving. CowCat, a one-man studio, has released Demetrios - The Big Cynical Adventure, which is a mix between point and click and visual novel. Demetrios is a fun, strange, off beat little game that follows the exciting, mundane and often awkward adventures of Bjorn Thonen - antiques dealer. After a night of way too much alcohol you come home to try and just sleep it off, but you are awoken in the middle of the night by a strange phone call. You are warned of impending danger, but shrug it off as a practical joke and go back to sleep. Soon, there is a loud noise in your apartment that startles you out of your slumber. Being still mostly drunk, you decide the best course of action is to investigate - which ends about as well as you might expect. What follows is a wild ride to discover the secrets surrounding your recent purchase of a bird statue. Soon you are playing private eye, trying to date your cute neighbor Sandra, running for your life, run your business, and jetting off to exotic locales. All while trying to find hidden cookies. The developer must have a serious thing for baked treats, and a devilish sense of humor - because there are 3 cookies hidden in each scene, for a total of 114 in the game. Gameplay is very simple - explore each scene for items and information needed to advance the story and move to the next scene. Some puzzles will require that you travel between a few locations to get all the parts. One of the great things of this game is that you can zoom in and explore almost every detail of each scene. This means that you can see the time spent on each scene. On the flip slip it also means you can spend hours looking for details that have zero bearing on the story, except for the cookies. The cookies can be eaten for hints to either help you when you are struggling with puzzles or the story. The graphics are obviously that of a small studio, but that only adds to the charm of the title. The fact that they hid 3 cookies, very well, on each location shows their attention to detail. Books on shelves have snarky titles, and more. The dialogue is smart, funny, and hits the mark almost every time. When you start the game you can pick how much toilet humor you want, so you can go from downright raunchy to family friendly depending on who is playing. The game offers an interesting story, little penalty for dying (and some good laughs when you do ), and some interesting puzzles. There is a good balance between puzzle and story and you will rarely find yourself scratching your head trying to figure out what your next move is. You can pick up the game and play for 10 minutes, or play through the campaign in one sitting. But rushing through this title would be a mistake as there are so many hidden gems throughout the cracks and corner to discover. Demetrios - The Big Cynical Adventure is out not on XB1, PS4, Steam, and Vita. You can add it to your collection for around $10. This is one of those titles that even non-casual gamers should check out for the blend of offbeat comedy, adventure, puzzles, and the vast array of death options. 9/10
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    Twitch.tv/operationsupplydrop
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    live on twitch.tv/operationsupplydrop
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    Come join Treasure_Hunter_Tom & Tek_Maki as they team up to survive in Player Unknown Battlegrounds. Giving away at least 2 games on steam for pc to viewers from humble bundle. Show your support for our troops and follow or subscribe & donate to a great cause: OperationSupplyDrop.org 8-17-17 noon cst to 6pm
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    Hi Rez studio is going to do a 24 hours stream for OSD on their Paladins game on August 15, they're looking for a few OSD streamers to join in on the marathon over at @PaladinsGame. There will be pro Paladins players as well as popular community members streaming for us so be sure to check it out. Shoot me a DM if you're interested. I'm not sure how many slots we will fill, but I will be getting that info shortly.
  9. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to try to defeat an evil water stealing mastermind while piloting a steam punk bath tub? I mean, honestly, who hasn’t? Well you don’t have to wonder any longer because Chasing Carrots has released Pressure Overdrive where you can do just that. You play as Morgan, a young, carefree soul that lives on the edge of a lake. One morning as you go for your morning dip you realize that all the water is gone. You quickly notice signs for a new spa and understand what has happened. Your lake, and all the water in the surrounding area, has been syphoned off to create this luxury get away and it is up to you to fix things. So you decide to build a steam powered bath tub of doom straight out of Mad Max to liberate the wet stuff and foil the evil mastermind. To beat him you must traverse 30 different levels and beat 3 separate bosses. You can either do this solo, or with a friend in local co-op. No matter how you decide to play, there are 3 different skill levels to choose from. You can have multiple saves going at once, so you can try out different combinations to see what works, or just play with different friends. If the campaign isn’t your style you can always play Endless mode, where you battle wave after wave till you succumb to the enemy. One of the coolest things about this game is your bath tub. Because you are not going to bring an ordinary tub into battle, you are going to bring the big guns. As you destroy enemies you collect gold which can be used to upgrade your tub. Add a bigger gun, more armor, side grinders, rear electric bolts and more. Customize your ride to suit the way you play, but beware everything is steam powered, so if you run low on steam, you will slow down and your fire rate will drop. As you delve deeper into the spa you get a look at a wide variety of locations and enemies. The graphics are bright, colorful, and maintain their integrity as you are zipping through the levels. Each boss has an interesting design that will excite you when you see them and challenge you while you are battling them. You also get a rocking soundtrack to accompany you on your journey. Pressure Overdrive is out now. You can pick it up for XB1, PS4, or Steam. 8/10
  10. I have a confession to make, I am not the most graceful person in the world. In fact, about 15 years ago I shattered BOTH of my ankles chasing after the ice cream man. This little adventure ended with a plate and 6 screws in one ankle and a one of a kind story. So, I live out my dreams of flying high and leaping effortlessly through video games. But, if you ask anyone who has played a game with me that requires precious jumping – my dreams rarely come true. Recently, Grip Digital s.r.o. released DeadCore on Xbox One and PS4 and I got another shot at living out my dreams. DeadCore can best be described as a 1st person shooter, platformer, puzzler, speed runner. It is a mouth full to say, and a handful to play, but it is a wild ride. You have fallen endlessly through strong magnetic storms to awaken in a desolate world. You have no memory, and as you start to explore the world strange message start to appear around you. A huge tower appears out of the mist and you realize that you must climb it to find answers – you must reach the top. The game starts out simple enough, you learn the basics like walking and running. But, it would be too easy if you were running in the wide open spaces, so you are moving on thin platforms that are suspended in the air. Once you begin to get comfortable with the basics, jumps and double jumps thrown into the mix. Soon after you master the art of being a bunny, you are given a rifle to use. The rifle is not just for show. You will use the gun to open doors, disable traps, and eventually take out enemies. You have to be mindful of your aim because you have a limited number of shots. Another neat feature of the gun is that it tracks your time, so during speed runs you have that information right up front. This game is not for the faint of heart or those that are looking for a purely first person shooter experience. You will need some serious skills to get through this game and beat the time trials. That being said – everything in game is executed near flawlessly to make sure that you every chance to prove your worth. The graphics are spot on and the higher you climb on the tower the more dizzying the view gets as you look down into the abyss. One you complete the story aspect of the game you are not ready to hang up your shoes. You can tackle the whole thing over again in speed run mode. But this time you can mix things up and place the sections in the order that you want. This porovides you with almost unlimited variety and endless gameplay options. You can make you playlist as easy or as difficuly as you want. DeadCore is out now on XB1 and PS4. If you are looking for a game that will test you skills, or want to relive the glory days of speed running games where every second counts and precision is key – you need to add this title to you stack.
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  12. For the last 4 years I have taken my vacation to Boston to go to Pax East – Penny Arcade Expo – an amazing video game show open to the public, featuring triple A titles and Indie titles alike. One of my favorite parts of Pax is getting to play all the Indie Games that are still in development, months and sometimes years before they are released. One of these games that I got to play this year was Unbox : Newbie’s Adventure from Merge Games LTD. Unbox : Newbie’s Adventure is a one of a kind physics platformer that transforms you into the newest member of the Global Postal Service. The GPS is made up of self-delivering packages, but unfortunately a group of evil boxes known as The Wild Cards have made it their mission to stop you. You must rescue trapped packages, collect rolls of golden tape, beat challenges, collect stamps and defeat world bosses. There is A LOT to do in this game, and the mechanics are very easy to learn. The left stick is used to control the direction of your box. To jump all you have to do is press the right trigger. You can also “unbox” by pressing the left trigger – this gives you an extra jump. You have 6 of these without having to grab any health crates. They come in handy when trying to cross great expanses of water or climb great heights. The campaign features 3 different worlds, each containing a different boss. There also 18 stamps, 200 Golden Tape Rolls, and trapped comrades to rescue. If that isn’t enough for you to do, there is also couch co-op modes. You and up to 3 friends can battle in 5 different game modes, or mix them up and play a tournament. Race, collect gold tape, have the most coins, battle with weapons, or capture the odd box. Each game mode offers a unique way to play with your friends and will provide hours of enjoyment. The graphics of the game are bright and colorful. All of the characters are well designed and some are really cute. For the record – my 14 year old son wants a Hop figure. The music is amazing. The first major area that you are in is an island and you are treated to a soundtrack straight out of the Caribbean. Steel drums transport you to the sunny beach. The next level takes place in the mountains, and the soundtrack takes you to the ski lodge nestled among those snow-covered peaks. Unbox hits many of the right chords for a platformer – lots of game play, solid controls, different and inventive story and of course fun. But it also has a few pitfalls. There are a few occasions when the camera angle can get in the way of platforming. You can control the camera with the right thumb stick, but twisting it can confuse the issue more. The other issue I found was the boss fights don’t always seem to go as scripted. You can quickly figure out how to defeat the boss, but out of nowhere the boss will get hurt some other way, and before you know it, you have won. This isn’t really a huge problem, but I felt a bit cheated not stomping him myself. Unbox : Newbie’s Adventure is available July 26th for XB1 and PS4. It is already available on PC if that is your platform of choice. If you own a Switch, don’t fret – the title is confirmed for sometime 2017.
  13. Iron Crypticle is one of the best Indie games of the year. At the core, the game is a top-down twin-stick rogue-like dungeon crawler with some RPG elements. It is up to 4 player local co-op, and you are a knight navigating rooms in the dungeon to recover the Princess along with the King’s treasures. The rooms for each level are random on each playthrough and with three difficulty levels, it brings a challenge to even the most worthy knight. Each basic room consists of two waves of monsters, which you need to defeat to proceed. The enemies drop food items, which increase your score, and the level of your knight, as well as weapons that you can use for a short duration. The more levels you have, the more HP you’ll have, and the more upgrades you can get on your four stats (Damage, Attack Speed, Movement Speed, and Weapon Duration). There are a few special rooms, but I will not spoil the fun and let you discover them on your own. There is an unlockable system, so as you play new types of weapons will drop, as well as one time use scrolls. One of the biggest challenges I’ve found with games that use a unlocking system like this is an early weapon is one of the best, and the new ones never have any usefulness. This leaves the player in a situation where the pool of items has become so large that they no longer get the good weapons. The developers at Confused Pelican and Tikipod have done a great job with this. All weapons are well balanced, there are weapons that attack at a long range, but do less damage, and close-range weapons that do a lot of damage. The only weapon I did not like was the grenade, as it is the only weapon that does not hit enemies right in front of you, but does massive damage at range. Art is done in a retro style and looks really good, there is a variety of enemies with different attacks and movement patterns, and the music is well done. There are boss fights at the end of each level of the dungeon and it is random which boss, and what version of the boss you get. There is also a New Game+ mode after completing the story once and an Endless mode for many more hours of gameplay. There is a Leaderboard to compete with your friends and others to try to get the highest scores. For such a simple concept, there is a lot to this game. I can tell that the developers took inspiration from the arcade classic Smash TV when designing this game, and they pulled it together perfectly. Iron Crypticle is a really fun game to play solo, and even more fun to play on the couch with your friends. This is a gem in the sea of Indie games.
  14. I have to admit something – I love bullet hell games, but I am not that good at them. Something about the total chaos and imminent death appeals to me. Even it it sends my frustration level through the roof. East Asia Soft has recently released Ghost Blade HD by 2Dream and HUCAST, which is a perfect example of this wild ride. There is no explanation of what the story is. Once you pick which ship you are using, you are tossed right into battle. You will shoot your way through the stage against various enemies until you reach the boss. Kick his metal butt, tally up your score and move one to the next level. If you die too many times, not to worry, you are given several continues, so you will a few extra chances. The game features 3 difficulty modes, and the way they execute them is kind of interesting. Game play is almost exactly the same in all modes. What I mean by this is that there are the same enemies and the same fire rate in all difficulties. The only thing that is different is which bullets actually kill you. This can be a bit confusing if you are playing at a lower level – because it may take a few tries to figure out what is lethal. Also as you go up in difficulty, the game will add a few extra stages. Besides the different difficulty levels, you are treated to a training mode, Score Attack mode, and multiplayer mode. Score Attack allows you to play through the 1st stage to get as high of a score as you can. The one difference is that you have unlimited lives – but you will have to try and do it with as few as possible to preserve your combo, and rack up the highest score. The graphics in the game are vibrant and really pop. You will be treated to a myriad of different enemies as well as profound bosses. Each boss will require you to alter you fighting style a bit, as charging them head on will only end with your ship in itty bitty pieces. Ghost Blade HD is now available on XB1 and PS4. You can add it to your collection for $9.99. This is a really good example of a bullet hell game, with lots of options. 9/10
  15. Many think that the genre of Walking Simulators is something new to gaming, but it has actually been around for decades. These no pressure games just let you explore without worry of death or dismemberment. Many are set in beautiful locales, so they are a feast for the senses. The newest entry into this category comes from Giant Sparrow and Annapurna Interactive under the name of What Remains of Edith Finch. What Remains of Edith Finch puts you in the shoes of, you guessed it, Edith Finch. A young 17-year-old girl who just lost her mom. Her mother left her the family home and a key to something in the house. The house has been abandoned for 6 years, but there are many stories trapped within its walls. So you travel to Orcas Island and begin to unravel your family history, and what has brought you to this place. The game begins with you on the ferry from the main land to your family home. You learn a bit about the Finch Family history as you stroll toward the house. As you progress, words will appear, hovering above the ground to help guide you along the correct path. The sights are truly something to behold. The house looms larger as you approach, and takes on a slightly whimsical feeling, instead of the ominous shadow it originally portrays. Once you enter the house, the story really grabs a hold of you. You learn about your family tree through vignettes about their life. During each story you take control of that family member as they narrate their plot. What sets this game apart from others is the way that each family member tells their story. Each life is represented with a different view, so the art style and music is tailored to that specific person. This helps to show the variety of personalities in the Finch family. The graphics are absolutely gorgeous. Whether you are strolling through the woods, exploring the old house, or just looking at the family photos that are scattered around the house – the level of detail shown will draw you deep into the story. You begin to feel for all the characters that you interact with – like they are part of your own family. The only real negative that I can find in the game is the length. You are immersed into the lives of this family for too short of a time. Even though you can play through the game in under 3 hours, the story is strong enough to hold up to multiple visits. What Remains of Edith Finch is out now on XB1, Playstation, and Steam. This experience elevates the walking simulator to true art, and should be in everyone’s collection. 10/10
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    Join me as i play PUBG for the first time, with Syanide Shadow from the Bitrate Podcast
  17. As one of the world’s largest gaming conventions, Gamecom draws hundreds of thousands of eager gamers to Cologne, Germany every year. Last year it boasted over 350,000 visitors from 38 counties over the course of the 5-day event. This year’s convention is shaping up to being even bigger with the Koelnmesse, the owner of the 3,000,000+ square-foot venue, recently releasing that over 70% of the planned space has already been booked. In addition, 89,000 square feet of new exhibition space has been booked exclusively by Electronic Arts (EA), freeing up a large amount of space for even more exhibitors this year. Some of the confirmed attendees include big names like Electronic Arts, Microsoft, Square Enix, and Ubisoft. Some smaller outfits like CCP Games, famous for their space combat MMO Eve Online, have also signed their name into this year’s exhibitor list. New and upcoming games are not the only things Gamescom represents; major hardware manufacturers like Micro Star International (MSI) and Corsair have in the past have major presences. Their typical show floor hardware showcases are common, but last year MSI showed it cared about its case modding community by carving out a wealth of space to host a live case modding competition and display amazing computer case artwork. Retailers were also well represented last year by having their own dedicated event hall for nothing but gaming merchandise sales. Electronic Arts is likely to bring a big act this year with Star Wars Battlefront II on the verge of release and their young Battlefield 1 game due to receive follow-on excitement for upcoming content. Microsoft is widely expected to also have a big presence this year with its Destiny franchise ready to spawn a second game, Destiny 2 which will finally be released on PC in addition to the Xbox One and PS4. Ubisoft will also stand to have a good presence with an upcoming addition to their Assassin’s Creed series after having taken the year off from releases in 2016. The new title, Assassins Creed: Origins is set in Ancient Egypt and will likely continue to showcase some of the new and existing features that keep the Assassin’s Creed series running. Learning from last year, I will be focusing more on scheduling coverage with particular developers. So far I have planned meetups with the Crowfall team of Actcraft and Travian Games, Frontier Developments, and Square Enix Europe. I am still awaiting back an answer from Electronic Arts and Ubisoft which I am eagerly awaiting a response on. Overall I am expecting another packed year as tickets for the weekend portion have already sold out. Just like last year, I will be avoiding the typical very long lines for gameplay testing lines and instead attempting to cover as much as possible over the four days of the public event. Obligatory frequent visits of the Twitch.tv booth are also planned. Finally, thanks to a new EU cell phone law, I will have a 100GB of contracted cell data to mobile stream with during the event, so be sure to check back here closer to the end of August to receive updates!
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    I was challenged to do a 26 hour stream and I couldn't think of a better way to do it as a Final Fantasy streamer and fan than with the game that started them all - Final Fantasy 1. (Android re-release version)
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    Come join us on the OSD Twitch as we stream to raise money for Operation Supply Drop! We will be playing some Patrol Ops on Arma 3 courtesy of http://www.tacticalrabbits.org/
  20. Mighty vikings, stealthy ninjas and fighting game fans from around the world are invited to join the epic battles sure to take place at the Brawlhalla Summer Championship Series, an online Brawlhalla tournament occurring July 29-30. More than 1,300 circuit points and $10,000 USD in cash prizes are on the line in the last seasonal Brawlhalla championship event before the $100k World Championship taking place in Atlanta this November. Players can register to participate via the Brawlhalla Circuit Schedule. https://smash.gg/brawlhalla-circuit/schedule Brawlhalla $10k Summer Championship Series Takes Place July 29-30 Last Online Event Before $100k World Championship ATLANTA, GA - June 26, 2017 - Blue Mammoth Games invites warriors from around the world to test their mettle in the Brawlhalla Summer Championship Series, an online Brawlhalla tournament taking place Saturday, July 29 and Sunday, July 30, 2017 on the Brawlhalla Twitch channel. More than 1,300 circuit points and $10,000 USD in cash prizes are on the line in the Brawlhalla Summer Championship, the last seasonal Brawlhalla championship before the ultimate Brawlhalla event, the $100k World Championship, taking place in Atlanta this November. The Brawlhalla Summer Championship will be divided into four divisions, NA 1v1, EU 1v1, NA 2v2, and EU 2v2, with $2,500 in cash prizes for each division. The 1v1 competitions will take place on July 29 and the 2v2 competitions will take place on July 30. The daily schedule will be as follows: 12:00pm EDT - Start time (Europe) 2:00 pm EDT - Finals (Europe) 3:00pm EDT - Start time (North America) 5:00pm EDT - Finals (North America) Players can register for the Brawlhalla Summer Championship via the Brawlhalla Circuit Schedule. For more information, please visit the Brawlhalla esports website or check out the full tournament rules. Paul "FunkyP" Ngyuen, veteran of EVO, CEO and Dreamhack streaming, is producing the Brawlhalla Summer Championship stream. Blue Mammoth developers David "Foda" Kisich and Eric "TWK" Devlin will be commentating. "The format hasn't changed, but for the last online championship of the season the stakes will be even higher as everyone battles for circuit points and a chance to qualify for the World Championship," says Kisich, Director of Esports, Blue Mammoth Games. "We can't wait to see who will come out on top and compete in November."
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  22. Every few months Artifex Mundi ports one of it’s PC point and click adventures to consoles. The most recent one to get this treatment is the 2nd installment of the Grim Legends saga – Song of the Dark Swan. Even though it is the 2nd in the series, if you haven’t played the first game, you won’t be behind in the story. You play the part of a healer, who has been summoned to a distant kingdom by the King to help save his Queen. Once you arrive, you are greeting by the Royal family and notice that the Queen is a bit out of sorts. Soon you are embroiled in a story of dark magic, revenge, and the storied history of other nearby kingdoms. It is up to you to untangle the story and fight back against the evil forces at work. Game play is similar to the previous games from this developer. You must complete hidden object puzzles and mini games to advance the story. If you get stuck on one of the mini games, you are able to skip them. You can also ask for hints if you are having trouble finding any of the hidden objects. This won’t affect your game, but if you skip a mini game, or use hints it will negate your chance of earning a few achievements for that play through. Song of the Dark Swan has several things that add to the length of game play that some of the recent hidden object games have been lacking. Besides the casual and expert modes of the game, there is also a prologue that will add to the story and the challenges. Also throughout the main story you will have to find over 2 dozen hidden Healer Sigils. This means that there is a hidden picture game inside a hidden picture game. Luckily if you miss 1 or 2, you can pick them up when you play the other difficulty. The graphics in the game are top notch as always. The static scenes are beautifully rendered. Each area that you explore is rich with color and texture. The music and sound effects blend perfectly with the settings to help set the mood – be it ominous or slightly wistful. Grim Legends 2 : Song of the Dark Swan is now out on the Xbox One, and you can pick it up for $9.99. There is also a bundle available that contains both Grim Legends games for $19.99. This way you can add both games to your collection. Whether you are a fan of hidden object games, or easy gamer score – this is a title to add to your collection. 8/10
  23. Occasionally, I see a game that looks really cool and I think “Hey that will be a fun game to review”, even if I am not 100% sure how the game will work. SUPERBEAT : XONiC by PM Studios, INC is the latest game to catch my eye and say play me. It is a rhythm game that utilizes the basic controller instead of a plastic guitar or a dance mat – and when I say it uses your controller, I mean it uses almost every button on there. You play the part of a DJ and it is up to you to add in key sounds to each song and keep the beat. As the notes come toward the screen, you have to try and match where it lands with the correct button, control stick or D-pad input. String enough notes together and you will be racking up the points with a huge combo. Miss a note and your combo drops to 0 and your score will suffer. When you first fire up the game you will go through a short tutorial that explains all the controls. Once completed, you will move on to the easiest of the difficulties 4 Trax. This denotes that the incoming notes can only land in 4 spots – 2 on each side. Once you complete that playlist you will unlock 6 Trax, then 6 Trax FX. 6 Trax adds another area on each side, and 6 Trax FX adds even more notes to hit. There is even a Freestyle mode if you want to just take it easy for a while. There are dozens of songs for you to play. And the music is really the star of this game. Songs bridge every genre that you can think of, but most seem to be Japanese artists, so don’t expect any Top 40 tunes on the play lists. One thing that I found a bit disappointing was that the beat you provide for the songs doesn’t seem to fit in well with the music. You start with a snare drum, but as you progress through the game you earn new key sounds like a dog barking and other odd tones. This tends to detract from the music. The graphics can be very mesmerizing. The backgrounds are psychedelic and will have you wondering if someone slipped something into your drink when you weren’t looking. You will delight in the varying waves of color that fill the screen behind the waves of notes that you have to grab. This is not a game for casual gamers. It takes some serious hand – eye co-ordination to get the high level combos needed for good rankings. While you can control the speed of the notes, juggling the controls and trying to hit notes that are flying at you on both sides of the screen. Luckily, the more you play the easier it gets, but the beginning frustration may turn some players off. SUPERBEAT : XONiC is out now on XB1 and will fill the void in your collection for rhythm games. You can add it to your games for $39.99. 6/10
  24. Tactical Rabbits http://www.tacticalrabbits.org/ We are happy to announce that one of the most popular and active ARMA Communities has partnered with www.FrontTowardsGamer.com to support us in our dedication to Operation Supply Drop's Mission! Please read the following article for more information on this amazing community! If you want to play with them or on their servers, check out the link above for more info! TRC or Tactical Rabbit Coalition was founded at the beginning 2017 with roots in the Arma community. Our founding staff members encountered each other on other community servers and decided none of those servers provided a stable environment conducive to the players’ needs. In February, TRC was founded on three key principles: 1) Stable, reliable content, 2) Frequent and active administration, 3) Providing an environment where gamers are listened to and their suggestions are heard and implemented.Our name comes from playing on Arma. Arma, which is a high-end mil-sim game, has two indigenous fauna; snakes and rabbits. Everything in Arma is tactical, tactical guns, tactical gear, as well as tactical rabbits. One of our founding staff suggested it as a joke and the name stuck. Our first server, Arma 3 Patrol Operations, went live on the 7th of February 2017, and has today has become the number one Patrol Ops server in the world. In the short time since our creation, we have launched servers for Arma Modded Patrol Ops, Blackwake, Minecraft, Rust, and Squad, as well as recently creating an Xbox One division which currently centers around Siege, Overwatch, Halo, Battlefield, and Call of Duty.Today, our community is very diverse and has members and staff from many different regions of the globe contributing to make us better every day. We embrace people from every walk of life from students to military and CEOs to fast food workers. Everyone has a voice in our community and is urged to voice their opinions on our forums and our Discord. With over 400 people active on our various servers and more than 250 registered members on our website we are growing quickly. In the very near future our community is launching servers for Ark and Arma 3 Exile as well as implementing many hardware upgrades to keep up with our rate of growth. We hope to continue this growth and one day provide a welcoming environment for gamers on all major gaming platforms available.
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    ROBOCOXTV AND CABASABA DUAL STREAMING ON OSD TWITCH CHANNEL! JOIN US FOR SOME ZOMBIES AND 50V50 CUSTOM GAMES!
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