28 of 28 files strick9
- 2006 January 1
- Deviance (Dev)
Deviance claim their version is the store final and Fairlight's version probably came from a magazine pre-review.
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A few examples of differences for files that do not have the same date and/or content (from both cds and installdir): FLT-release: ~~~~~~~~~~~~ 01.12.06 22:08:20 R 630,838 cgamex86.dll 01.12.15 06:43:18 R 594,632,704 data2.cab 01.12.15 06:45:20 R 280,563,093 data3.cab 01.12.15 06:40:26 R 167,785 Setup.inx (DIR) 83,825,947 \main\video\ The FLT-version enters this into the registry: HKLM\SOFTWARE\EA GAMES\Medal of Honor Allied Assault\126.96.36.199 Store Final: ~~~~~~~~~~~~ 01.12.06 22:08:20 R 630,838 cgamex86.dll 01.12.21 08:57:46 R 594,632,704 data2.cab 01.12.21 08:59:42 R 280,721,436 data3.cab 01.12.21 08:54:46 R 167,785 Setup.inx (DIR) 84,063,581 \main\video\ The store final enters this into the registry: HKLM\SOFTWARE\EA GAMES\Medal of Honor Allied Assault\188.8.131.52 That all proves that FLT's release was a definite beta (i.e. a copy for a magazine (p)review) and not a store final. [BTW, we recommend that a certain FLT person takes a closer look at the cgamex86.dll on his beta cd.] Lately we have seen a number of newbies and dumb biased scene nukers asking why DEViANCE even bother to release finals for games that have been released as late betas by other groups. We couldn't say it better than our competition themselves have done, as quoted from an nfo for a game that FLT put the US-store final out for (Final Fantasy 8): "So here you have the full FINAL version of this Huge game and Error free Bins, Killing two birds with One Stone. The purpose of the ISO scene is to share images of store final CDS, the same product that would be sold as retail in a software shop. Otherwise we risk problems of update patches not working correctly." We would welcome if all groups aimed to uphold quality in the iso-releasing scene - and that means that groups do not release betas intentionally and that they do not release versions of games of which they are not sure if they are really final. Mistakes in judging what is final and what is beta can of course happen and have happened to us in the past as well. But we in DEViANCE believe that it is not acceptable when iso-groups like FLT release betas in almost regular short intervals. We can only hope that our competition in FLT will finally learn that reviewers' copies on gold cdrs are almost never the final versions of a game - and definitely not worthwhile iso releases. If you prefer betas, do not leech this release. Game Notes: ~~~~~~~~~~~ Set during the most trying years of the war, from 1942 to 1945, Medal of Honor: Allied Assault gives you a sense of the courage it took to survive the landings at Normandy, the assault at Arzew, a rendezvous with the French Resistance outside the village of St. Lo and the push through the heavily defended border of Germany itself to take the bridge at Remagen. You assume the role of Lt. Mike Powell, member of the famed 1st Ranger Battalion, who gets recruited by the OSS and battles through over 20 levels based on historical military campaigns of World War II. Game Features: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Over 20 levels - accomplish specific objectives and goals in order to succeed and advance. Fully realized 3D worlds utilizing the powerful Quake III engine. Over 1000 unique character animations for an unsurpassed level of realism. Multiple online options including team combat and traditional last man standing modes. Encounters with 22 different enemies including Wehrmacht Snipers, Kradschuetzen Motorcycle Troops and Gestapo Officers. Access to over 21 historically accurate World War II era weapons, including Thompson submachine guns, Mark II Frag Grenades, .50 cal mounted machine guns, flame-throwers and "sticky bombs ". Four different stationary weapons the player can use against the enemy. More than 18 enemy vehicles including the Tiger Mark I Heavy Tank, Stuka Dive Bombers, and V2 Rockets. Weather and time-of-day effects. Assault enemy units alone and as part of a crack military squad. Special 'disguise 'mode that allows players to put on enemy uniforms to evade capture. Highly destructible interactive environments. Original orchestral score by Medal of Honor composer Michael Giacchino. Sound effects by the award winning Medal of Honor sound design team at EALA. Install Notes: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1) Unrar. 2) Burn the .cue and .bin files with CDRWin or Fireburner. 3) Install the game. Use one of these serials: 4) Copy over the cracked .exe from the Crack\ dir on CD1. 5) And then play :) Read this NFO properly! · ─ ─·-────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────-·─ ─ · DEViANCE Application Information ──────────────────────────────── You think you can contribute to the scene too? You have one or more talents in: - supplying NEW unreleased games (maybe you work at a game/util magazine, courier delivery firm, newspaper, game press/marketing company, distributor, publisher, duplicator, tv/radio show, shop, warehouse, store etc.) You do not need a fast internet connection for the above! - supplying unreleased NEW store/shop games & have a fast UPLOAD 300k+ internet connection and time to spare on weekday mornings. Of course we shall reimburse you for the costs of the games you buy. - you are a coder with lots of experience in Debugging/ASM & C/C++. You also can code your OWN tools to automatically remove commercial iso protections like the latest versions of any of the following: SafeDisc or Securom or TAGES or VOB or Laserlok or Copylok. Using tools created by others does NOT count and we check! You will also need advanced knowledge of PE File Formats. - you are a Unix guru with good ansi-c software developing knowledge and understanding how to prevent network security vulnerabilities. That means you must be able to code to ansi-c guru level. And you must also have a good coder perspective of hostbase and network based intrusion detection systems. You should be able to code tools to generically prevent stack and heap buffer overflows on unix in Ansi-c. And Be able to code tools to look after a group of systems and code sniffing avoidance tools. And you can configure a system in ways to prevent packet sniffers and "man in the middle" attacks. No window's lamers ;p - supplying linux/BSD eggdrop/bnc shells to the group (for free). They should have 2mbit MINIMUM link. We shall require flexible control over the shell. Root access on the box with dynamic ident such as midentd for bncs, but just normal shell accounts are fine for eggdrop shells. All boxes must have legitimate IP's, they should not be running NAT or a firewalling system that will constantly interfere with the link. Ideal shells will have multiple vhosts, reasonably good uptime (20+ days), and a low system load. Public shells such as JEAH.NET or similar with 25+ load averages and 3 day uptimes are not acceptable. The more reverse ips you have the better. We are only interested in LEGIT, NON-HACKED/CARDED shells. These shells will be used only for the purposes listed above and will NOT be used for any kind of 'dump site' or for spreading any kind of releases. We are NOT interested in modem, cable, or DSL shells. The shells should be up 24/7 with minimum downtime for upgrades, etc and should not be overloaded with processes. - If you know the difference between reindexing and unpacking large files. Or if you can identify ANY major file formats by looking at the hex byte code of the header. Or if you can tell and show the difference between MPQ & HAPI. And can code your own tools to rip apart the above technologies (to show you fully understand them) then apply at once. - making trainers for newly released games (menu driven, must work in Win9x and Win2K/WinXP). If you can meet one or more of those requirements and want to join the finest active group in the scene today, e-mail us. Use the contact information given below. And always remember: we do this just for FUN. We are against any profit or commercialisation of piracy. In fact, we BUY all our own games with our own money, as we love game originals. And if you like this game, BUY it. We did! · ─ ─·-────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────-·─ ─ · How to Contact DEViANCE ───────────────────────── READ BELOW FIRST OR YOU WILL BE IGNORED: DEViANCE DOES NOT PASSWORD FILES, OTHERS DO THAT! DEViANCE DOES NOT MAIL OR FTP OR SEND MISSING DISKS OF OUR RELEASES! DEViANCE DOES NOT PUBLISH FILES ON WEB SITES, NEVER! DEViANCE DOES NOT USE IRC TO PUBLISH FILES, NEVER! DEViANCE DOES NOT DO TECHNICAL SUPPORT, NEVER EVER! DEViANCE DOES NOT HAVE, WANT OR NEED ANY WEB SITES! DEViANCE DOES NOT GIVE OUT ANY LINKS OR NAMES FOR FILES! SO DO NOT ASK!! Via the WWW : WE DO NOT USE OR WANT ONE, THANKS Via E-Mail : email@example.com (READ NOTES ABOVE FIRST) "Do you enjoy betas THAT much, Fatto?" · ─ ─·[NFO UPDATED 14/DEC/2001]───────────────────────────────────────-·─ ─ · Support the software companies. If you play this game, BUY it!