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Sat 26/07/03 at 17:49
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If you are lucky enough to be a Live subscriber and the proud owner of a copy of Digital Anvil's Brute Force, then you have every reason to be happy. Microsoft has announced the first batch of downloadable content available through the Live network...

Unfortunately there is no word on when the content will be available, aside from the traditional "Coming soon". Keep watching that downloadable content screen though, as the following three new maps will be out soon!


Prisoner's Lament
Prisoner's Lament, a new Squad Deathmatch map, is set in an abandoned internment camp on the Caspian Sea. Gameplay on this map centers on team-based combat and capturing the turrets that guard the inner bailey of the base before your competition.

Cerulean
This Deathmatch map takes place in the dangerous Wastes. Master the meteor control panel to rain death upon your enemies, and search out the secret high places to gain an advantage for your team. Play with up to eight other players.

Lockjaw
Lockjaw is a new campaign mission in which players are sent to investigate a distress signal from a remote research base on Estuary. This mission demands all the skills, cunning, and guts the experienced Brute Force player will have developed in the shipping campaign. Lockjaw can be played solo or with up to three friends, and supports System Link play.

Source: Xbox Addicts
http://www.xboxaddicts.co.uk/
Sun 27/07/03 at 11:57
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The actual spelling is fourty.
Sun 27/07/03 at 01:09
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"The Dwarf's coming"
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I blame the American's they change all English words into English (US)

Damn them all.
Sun 27/07/03 at 00:57
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I know the actual spelling is 'forty' but in my email adress it is spelt 'fourty', although I do believe you can spell it either way. I stand to be corrected, obviously. That's was jim-hat does.
Sun 27/07/03 at 00:46
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jim-hat wrote:
> No... it's 'fourty'... I'll need to delete some contacts from my list,
> it seems. That may be why it's not accepting it. Give me a second...

Nope he is right, it's "forty" but it is "fourteen"
Sun 27/07/03 at 00:43
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There are alot worse games out there than Brute Force. Stop being moaning grannies. :)
Sat 26/07/03 at 21:15
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"QPR 1974"
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Should be alright now.
Sat 26/07/03 at 21:14
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"QPR 1974"
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No... it's 'fourty'... I'll need to delete some contacts from my list, it seems. That may be why it's not accepting it. Give me a second...
Sat 26/07/03 at 21:04
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*Is it not 'it it'. I need one of those miracles patches.
Sat 26/07/03 at 21:03
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jim-hat wrote:
> [email protected]

MSN messenger doesn't like it. It it 'forty' and not 'fourty'?
Sat 26/07/03 at 21:02
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Will Panzer Dragoon benefit from one of these miracle patches?

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