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It's time to bring the Command & Conquer: Mod Spotlight back to a Generals - Zero Hour mod.
This mod was highly requested back in 2015 when I first announced I was interested in doing these Mod Spotlights and now it's finally time to dive in BLINDLY!

Over the course of 4 weeks (with 1 week me being away) I will 
take a good look at what Generals: Contra has to offer.
I can already tell from the 5 minutes I looked at this mod to see it it would work, that I've got my work cut out for me.

Tonight, May 14th 2017 at 20:00 CET / 18:00 GMT I'll have a good look at what treatment the GLA Faction received.
Since Contra introduces 1 new General per faction, I'll go over the vanilla Generals first and save the new one: Assault, for last.

For this momentous occasion I've created a countdown here.  

Hope to see you all then on my channel on Twitch TV!

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After a short break for a family trip last week, it's time to return to the Command & Conquer: Mod Spotlights.
This week's feature will be the entire USA Faction of Generals: Contra.

Join me tomorrow, May 28th 2017 at 18:00 GMT / 20:00 CET on my channel on Twitch as I will be showcasing what the developers have done to the existing Generals, as well as look into what this new "Cybernetics" Generals has to offer. (or Robotics).

Hope to see you all at the end of this countdown!

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For as long as I remember, Mooman's Rules was the second mod I ever played. Along with the Tech Expansion and the Tech Wars game mode I spent countless hours playing this mod.

As part of the Command & Conquer: Mod Spotlight series, I'm going to be taking a trip down Memory Lane and showcase what Mooman did with the Allied Faction.
I will be starting tonight, June 11th at 18:00 GMT / 20:00 CET on my channel on Twitch.

Hope to see you all then!

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The second stage of the Mooman's Rules Spotlight takes us to the Soviet Side. 
Join me tonight at 18:00 GMT / 20:00 CET on my channel on Twitch to see what new toys this old mod gave to the Glorious Soviet Union!
See you all then!

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In Mooman's Rules Yuri only has 1 "country", which would mean that for the last of this Mod's Spotlight it would be a very short stream.
But just like with Cannis Rules, I will be showing off some of the extra Game Modes that Mooman's Rules added, which were the main reason I loved Mooman's Rules so much and that allowed me to spend countless hours on this mod.

So join me tonight, June 25th 2017 at 18:00 GMT / 20:00 CET on my channel on Twitch so that I can show you what I'm talking about.

Remember that next weekend my OpenRA Tournament starts and thus that I will be taking a 2 week break from the C&C Mod Spotlights

See you all then!

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Although my OpenRA Tournament starts tomorrow at 10:00 GMT, I will be holding 1 last stream to try and hype it up!
Especially since Twitch has now granted their Affiliates, of which I am one, a SUBSCRIBER BUTTON!
Now if Twitch approves of it, you will, once you subscribe, be able to use the hecthoRHammer emote (case sensitive)

Tonight at 18:00 GMT, I will be streaming OpenRA for a little while to hype up the tournament!
Everything is taken care of, except the tournament matches themselves!
See you tonight onMy Channel On Twitch!  

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