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Hey All, I've been reading that if you have purchased content on Warzone it will not transfer to the newest version of warzone which will be released alongside the MWII release! Supposedly Warzone 1 will run alongside Warzone 2 as separate experiences. But this calls on a few questionable factors. How long will Warzone 1 be supported for ? I know for a fact any time a new game is released by activision the previous game falls to the abyss. With the fact a lot of people have spent a lot of money on warzone 1 are they going to get anything by transitioning to warzone 2. I just think it's mad that if you have bought something in Warzone recently it's not going to carry over and activision have stated: (https://www.callofduty.com/blog/2022/06/call-of-duty-modern-warfare-II-announcement-release-reveal) A bit ominous but it does state that it'll be entirely separate. What's your view on this ? Do we need to storm activision ?!
How can I describe it? Its a racing game similar to Mario Kart, but instead of Mario Kart characters you have toys; each with their own distinctive vehicle. Choose your toy race, earn points, and gain stat points for your toy. Its not a great game, but it can provide some hours of fun (until you get bored, really bored). It posseses a single player and a multi player mode. In the single player mode you unlock races and weapons by gaining points. The game contains the follow weapons: mines (Explode on contact), dynamite (Explode after 3 seconds), bubble (keeps the rival or you floating into the air for some time), the missile (search for a target and hit it hard), PEM (slows down the rival near you), shield (protects you from getting damaged for a certain amount of time), and more. The toys receive damage during the race and become slower and more difficult to control. The graphics Not a big deal, pretty simple 3D graphics. They kind of look like toy story cars, mixed with some 2d graphics (not too good). The circuits are difficult to see were to go, so most of the time you either end up out of the circuit or crashing into a wall. It has some glitches. (5/10). The sounds Pretty normal, but there is some annoying sounds during the race (6/10) The Gameplay Maybe the worst part of the game, the toys are really hard to control, and they become more and more difficult if they get damaged. What I found really annoying was the bouncing effect on the walls; they spin really easy. Sometimes you get stuck, and the circuits are complicated, it is frustrating. The menus Probably the best of the game, clean, simple and nice. (7/10) Conclusion Do I recommend it?, no, it can turn a really boring and frustrating game, if you want a game like this i recommend Mario Kart (There is another game like this, and it was pretty good, but i do not remember its name, if i found it ill make a review). (5/10) Game Data Published by: Independent Developed by: Leon Brothers Genre: Racing Action Release Date: April 22, 2009 Cost: $19.99 Demo: http://newftp.logitheque.telechargement.fr/s/SmashingToysDemo_sf_ef.exe Requirements Minimum: CPU: Athlon XP / 64 3000+ or Pentium IV 1.8 GHz RAM: 256 MB VGA: 3D accelerated GeForce with 128MB or equivalent, with DirectX9.0c OS: Win XP/Vista 32 bit HDD: 2GB + free space for DirectX9.0c Sound: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card Recommended: RAM: 512 MB VGA: GeForce 8800 GTS or equivalent, with DirectX9.0c Integrated Video Cards not supported