Battlefield: Apocalypse - A Battlefield 2 Full Conversion They say the world was green once. Trees and grass. I've seen the pictures, but it's still hard to believe. How the hell did we come to this? There are a hundred different stories, and who knows what's true and what's not any more? You see, I was born After. Never got to feel the grass between my toes or climb a tree the way my grandad talked about. For all I know, he may have been the last one from Before, and he's gone now, too. I suppose it was bound to happen sooner or later. Grandad said that men always seem to find a way to destroy each other, and themselves. Seems to me that they did a hell of a job this time, and took out the whole damn planet in the bargain. I guess we're not any different now, though. No lessons learned. They say it was a real mess in The Dark, that time just After when the survivors began crawling out of their holes. The sky was blacked out by ash clouds, and almost every...
Juralis has written Page 13 - All the Doom, none of the gloom of his Modder's Journal. This journal entry contains an interview with DoomSayer, who recently returned from a trip to EA Headquarters. He got a chance to play the game and use the mod tools, and now has some interesting things to tell
Juralis has written Page 13 - All the Doom, none of the gloom of his Modder's Journal. This journal entry contains an interview with DoomSayer, who recently returned from a trip to EA Headquarters. He got a chance to play the game and use the mod tools, and now has some interesting things to tell us about both.
We also have a new wallpaper to show off, which happens to be the loading screen of our first production map, Ground Zero. Ground Zero is the remains of a nuked and flooded New York City. There are resolutions of 1600x1200, 1280x960, 1152x864, 1024x768, and 800x600.
Click the picture to read the interview and download the new wallpaper!
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