Men of War: Red Tide in the Works

"World War II strategy game Men of War will soon be getting a standalone expansion pack, which has been dubbed Men of War: Red Tide."

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Men of War: Red Tide in the Works
Men of War: Red Tide will bring 20 new missions to the gameWorld War II strategy game Men of War will soon be getting a standalone expansion pack; 1C Company today announced that several missions will be part of the upgrade, which has been dubbed Men of War: Red Tide.
Men of War has a huge fan following among strategy game lovers on account of its game-play depth and vast playing environs. Featuring missions from WW-II, the game allows players to actually experience and indulge in war strategy-making. The announced new expansion will bring additions to the game, but in a stand-alone format that does not require the original game. In that sense, the expansion will be an entirely new episode.
Red Tide brings the feared Soviet Marine Black Coats to Men of War, with players getting a chance to control this unit. The 20 plus missions put direct control of units in the hands of players with the option of taking command of any of a selection of units and vehicles. These include landing crafts, armoured trains, hydroplanes, bombers, and a range of naval crafts.
As the Black Coats specialised in coastline missions, Red Tide is based around the Black Sea campaigns of World War II. Odessa, Sevastopol, Theodosia, Eltingen, Nikolaev, and Constanta and other theatres will all be part of the expansion, which is story-driven. Aspyr Media will be publishing the stand-alone Red Tide expansion later in the year, with the release becoming available in stores and digitally.
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05-07-2009, 09:58:07

Bump for a good cause :p


The graph looks good, but it could do with being 100 points up from where it is. :(

05-07-2009, 10:35:41

I've been rooting through some cupboards in my PC room, and found some CPU's. Here's what I found:

AMD Sempron 2400+ SKT A (10.0x Multi, 166 MHz FSB) (BIXJB stepping)
AMD Athlon 1500+ SKT A (10.0x Multi, 133MHz FSB) (AGKGA stepping)
Intel Celeron D 325 SKT 478 (19.0x Multi, 533MHz FSB) (SL7NU stepping)
AMD Athlon 1000 SKT A (10.0x Multi, 200MHz FSB) (AJFA stepping)

I am going to have a scrounge around the workshop later to see if I have any mobo's and if so I will give em a run later. I also need to find an AGP GFX card too. I will be caning these CPU's if I manage to put together a rig from them, so hopefully I may get some decent scores. I only got through half the boxes today in the cupboard, so there may be some more old CPU's knocking about too.

I managed to get a few more points last night with an Intel Pentium DC E2200, and with my main rig too.

05-07-2009, 10:53:31

Nice one stu. If you can't find a 478 board send that chip my way and ill introduce it to sub-zeroness :p.

05-07-2009, 10:55:08

I am looking for some old stuff in the shed but there aint much there...

any1 got any old stuff they can send ma way? Really want to get benching and am a good clocker man ;)

GL guys,

05-07-2009, 11:01:27


Nice one stu. If you can't find a 478 board send that chip my way and ill introduce it to sub-zeroness :p.

U want a p4 3.2 skt 478 ? got a spare1. Pm some addy details if u want.

Love to hear about it wielding results b4 dying, with documentary etc.

05-07-2009, 11:02:08


Nice one stu. If you can't find a 478 board send that chip my way and ill introduce it to sub-zeroness :p.

Just found another CPU mate, a Pentium 4 1.5Ghz (SL5UF stepping). I will send them to you if you want after I have had a play today:)

05-07-2009, 14:41:01

I found a 478 mobo, but have never heard of the manufacturer (Titan). I have the P4 1.5Ghz installed, with 1GB of PC100 memory. The graphics card is an AGP Creative 3D Prophet II MX 64mb. Everything is working fine, and I got XP installed, but havent set everything else up yet. Not sure what sort of results I will get with it. I havent had a chance to play yet, as I was using my daughter's desk and she's off to bed now. I got the rig set up (sort of!), and will give it a go tomorrow. The setup is sat on an acrylic tray I made for one of my previous case builds. I am looking forward to squeezing this config, OLD SKOOL FTW!!!:D:D



Just found some more 478 mobo's in the workshop:

Asus P4M-800T (I will be using this one now, as it supports upto DDR400 and not PC100:D)

MSI MS6787 Ver.2 (Not sure if this mobo is dead)

An OEM board, no name on manufacturer on it

05-07-2009, 18:01:06

Just registered. Main PC is not at home yet but I've got a Pentium 4 Northwood setup and my HTPC to help contribute for now. :)

06-07-2009, 12:11:22

I'll see what I can do with some kit that comes my way. Can't go OTT as most of it has to go back so no extreme voltage runs but every little helps I guess.

07-07-2009, 13:06:29

time for me to bench my new i7 laptop with dual gtx280m's
to bad the battery life is short and it ways a tonne

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