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About Nmenth

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    The Nuclear Dragon
  • Birthday 22/09/1985

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    A dank cave
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    Making games, cartooning, writing novels.

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  1. Major names in major companies don't get fired, they "choose to move on." Basically they are blackmailed, leaving them with one and only one option; to quit. That's simply how it works in the business world.
  2. Nmenth

    Does anyone here invest in Bitcoin?

    Huh, that reminds me of something I read somewhere. Hmm, now who was it and where did they say it... Oh, that's right!
  3. This topic was created with a false premise, the creator is deleting their own posts, and the conversation is going nowhere. So closed.
  4. What an odd concept. I don't keep playing games I don't enjoy. I gave TT's campaign a chance, it wasn't fun at all, so I quit after a few missions and never went back.
  5. EA's moral compass has a magnet attached under one side. Probably put there by one of the shareholders.
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    Nmenth's Research Lab: Cryogenics

    Pretty much every other game portrays everything more realistically than Red Alert 3 does.
  7. It is the first Monday of August, so it is time for another article from Nmenth's Research Lab. This month, we will examine technology of Cryogenics in Command & Conquer and see how it compares with reality. A new technology will be explored in Nmenth's Research Lab on the first Monday of every month. Return next month on the 2nd when I take a closer look at Magnetic Forces.
  8. Gone from the Origin application as well. The entire former "Free Games" category was removed.
  9. I know, but it was the same tank as the Tiberian Dawn tank lore-wise, and unbuildable by the player mechanic-wise, so I did not think it was worth mentioning.
  10. I would play it if: I had a mobile device I actually had any interest in mobile games The game was any good They weren't asset thieves Rivals has almost as steep of a cliff to climb, but at least they haven't stolen any assets that we are aware of.
  11. Perhaps the list could be put into a topic and pinned somewhere (probably off-topic).
  12. I don't see how this is still relevant to the article. I am also unsure how a graviton weapon would exploit the square-cube law. I suspect you are pulling this from some specific fictional universe I am not familiar with which, in turn, pulled it from somewhere the sun doesn't shine.
  13. It doesn't really matter what you add onto it, it is still better to not be hit at all than to take a hit and survive. Super-heavy tanks should always be expected to have higher durability than a regular tank, but what good is double the protection when you're attracting ten times the firepower?
  14. It is the first Monday of July, so it is time for another article from Nmenth's Research Lab. This month, we will examine the iconic Super-Heavy Tanks of Command & Conquer and see how they compare with reality. A new technology will be explored in Nmenth's Research Lab on the first Monday of every month. Return next month on the 6th when I take a closer look at Cryogenics.
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    C&C Rivals

    He does not appear to have any regrets.
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