A long anticipated game hits the scene, Mass Effect pre’d by grp. DETONATiON, i guess the game will hit like a bomb… “haha ” I cant play it since, my machine is prolly too bad, but all you who can, have fun
Mass.Effect-DETONATiON got nuked for:stolen.bad.crack_galaxy.map.doesnt.work saving.stops.working.after.a.while
One of the RLSLOG users seems to have found a proper way to play this game:
So…my turn to stem on the podium? Well..
I won’t more than:http://rapidshare.com/files/119884433/MassEffect.CT.html
This is a .CT table, meant to be opened with Cheat Engine (google for it, it’s a freeware anyway)
-launch Cheat engine (CE in short)
-open MassEffect.CT with cheat engine
-start game (russian or reloaded proper with savegames dunno size=48 956 922 bytes)
-at the main menu, alt tab to CE
-in CE open your game (corner left icon with a computer)
-select all lines in the bottom pane
-press space (all tick boxes near “no description” should be ticked)
-re-alt tab to mass fx
-wait a loooooooot (like the loading, but you see your desktop)
Works for me, i don’t provide technical support.
Developer BioWare has always been at the forefront of progressive storytelling in games, so it’s no surprise that Mass Effect’s story is one of its best yet. It’s got a unique take on the chase-the-bad-guy-across-the-universe plot, and just when you think you’ve got everything figured out, the game throws you yet another surprise. BioWare has created a politically charged universe with an exhaustive backstory and filled it with a bunch of interesting, multifaceted characters. Combined with an exciting and unique combat mechanic, it makes for a fun and absorbing experience that you’ll want to see through to the end, just to see how everything turns out–even if the game isn’t perfect by any means. In fact, it’s surprising that so many small annoyances and glitches made their way into a game of such general high quality. Still, most players will be able to look past them and enjoy Mass Effect for what it is: A terrific role-playing game with great production values and fun, exciting action.
As in most role-playing games of this nature, you begin by customizing an avatar. You play as Commander Shepard, potential savior of the galaxy, but there’s plenty of room to mold him or her as you see fit. Physical customization isn’t as deep as you’ll find in something like last year’s Oblivion, but the system is relatively robust, letting you choose from a variety of preset features, and even letting you round everything off with a scar. Shouldn’t every badass commander have one? Of course, you’ll also choose a class. In this case, you’ve got six to choose from, each with various strengths in combat, tech, and biotics (Mass Effect’s sci-fi equivalent of magic). More impressively, you will select a few autobiographical tidbits–and these choices aren’t just for show. Through the course of the game, characters will refer to your past, and your resulting dialogue options will allow you to react to their comments with various degrees of humility, wistfulness, and scorn.
Release Name: Mass.Effect-DETONATiON
Windows XP or Vista
2.4GHZ Intel or 2.0GHZ AMD
1 GB RAM (XP) / 2 GB RAM (Vista)
NVIDIA GeForce 6 series (6800GT or better)
ATI 1300XT or better (X1550, X1600 Pro and HD2400 are below minimum system requirements)
12 GB hard drive space
DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card and drivers
NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GTX or higher
ATI X1800 XL series or higher
DirectX 9.0c 5.1 sound card
Features: Dolby Digital 5.1