I'm used to PS 6 and 7, a LOT has changed lol I have tried a free version of PS a while ago and I couldnt make heads or tails of it. And to dive into another program to re-learn all that not so much interested in it. But I appriciate you thinking....
It hasn't changed that much Beorn But a tip, I've personally switched from photoshop to affinity photo. It's similar to photoshop, but it is way cheaper and you don't have to pay a monthly fee as you have to with newer photoshop editions.
The E3 thread has been updated to include VODs of Exhibit Day 3 aswell as GameSpot and IGN's winner of E3! With that the E3 thread, and E3 as a whole, comes to a close! Who's your winner of E3? Let us know!
Andromeda released with to many bugs, character animations are poor same as the voiceovers that in my eyes is very important to a succesful RPG. So that is why I think it was not one of their best games they released Kida
I've taken backup of the Minecraft server, message me if you're interested in a copy. The server will be up until midnight tonight, but I'll not make another backup, which means everything you build now until tonight will not be saved
The Daemon Army (TDA) is a guild that's part of the gaming community Alpha Revolver (AR) we consist of mature players of all ages that treats each other as a family. TDA in Guild Wars 2 has over 400 members formed out of many nationalities, most being located in Europe. Because of this we speak English. We are united towards the common goal of having fun and making friends while still making things happen in-game. We require the use of Teamspeak 3 and a microphone in order to help facilitate our common goal. It is imperative our members be able to communicate with others. Teamwork can only occur successfully when people are willing to communicate in a way that is clear and concise. In TDA and AR real life comes first over anything; no guild event or goal should ever trump the needs of family, work or other real life pursuits. Our community isn't just for gaming, We are here as a family and stick together till the end.
We are a guild that will has about 5 events a week, it may vary sometimes.
Each member of TDA must be an enthusiast of both PvE and PvP activities. We tend to explore as much content as possible, up until the details of crafting. The community does not plan in the future to support role-playing.
We are mostly a casual guild with some hardcore members so there's a place for everyone in here for all aspects of the game, whether it be PvE, WvW, or sPvP!
The Guild Leader is the one member who is respected and has earned the respect of it's members. He/she also knows a lot about the game and how the game works. Treating matters discreetly with professionalism and maturity is another important part of the guild leader's position.
Senior Officers are the Count and Duke ranks in our guild. These people should be able to deal with most of the guild matters such as running events, helping other members, guild upgrade management and more.
Junior Officers are the Viscount rank in our guild. They are members who are online frequently and have good knowledge of the game. The things they can do are similar to Senior Officers and they help out the with other responsibilities as they can.
If you have an issue, whether it be with the guild, one of it's members, or anything else, please try to talk to the officers listed above.
There are some rules you have to make clear to new members and these are the most important
Please be sure to represent the guild at all times. The only exception to this rule is when you're accessing your guild bank.
Please be sure to register on www.alpharevolver.com. If you don't, you risk getting kicked when we have to make room for newer members. You get raised in rank from peasant to knight so that we know you are 'active.'
Please do not start guild missions. Officers will start these when the (co)GM gives the go ahead. You will be kicked if you start the guild missions without permission and/or are not an officer.
Please be nice and respectful to other guildies and help out when you can; we help others out when we can and get helped out in return. It's all good karma.