Along with bringing two of the largest stars in movie history to Call of Duty®, Operation Monarch will introduce a new game mode for Quads based on several classic experiences with a titan-sized twist.
The pride and joy of a certain game development studio, the Junkyard Jet Sledgehammer is a force to be reckoned with in hand-to-hand combat situations. During the season, be on the lookout for a new melee-based challenge that can unlock this new Secondary Weapon, along with a new Store Bundle that will feature this bludgeoning tool.
Note: The current stable version of DOSBox, version 0.74, does not loop Blood's CD Audio tracks nor does it support the CD Audio menu volume control. These problems have been fixed upstream in development versions of DOSBox provided through Subversion, but have yet to land in a stable release. Also note that some versions of the digital release did not include the CD audio and/or the cutscenes (which also remain on the CD and not installed to the harddisk by default). Some users have also reported that the CD audio included with other digital versions are inferior in terms of quality to the original retail release's redbook tracks. You can solve this be downloading this disk image or the ogg files included with this package and mounting them as a CD.
1. Rename the PS3_Game folder of retail disc [BCUS98298] into "NPUA72074",2. Unpack the demo NPUA72074 then copy only the [eboot.bin] from it then paste into folder [USRDIR] in [NPUA72074] renamed in step 1,3. Edit PARAM.SFO of [NPUA72074] and change Category from DG Disc Game (blu-ray) to HG Harddrive Game then Save,4. Delete LICDIR folder in NPUA72074,5. Download only the v1.01 update for BCUS98298,6. Unpack contents of downloaded v1.01 update then move them to a new folder called "BCUS98298",7. For DTU: Transfer NPUA72074 and BCUS98298 folders into CFW PS3 then DTU to OFW PS3. Done.7. For HAN: Move NPUA72074 and BCUS98298 folders into make-backup-pkg directory then open/run [do.bat]. Install on HAN PS3 with [Enable Debug Packages]. Done.For Han: converted with CFW2OFW Helper v13 the game stucks at a black screen. Feel free to try with PS3GameConvert v0.91.
If you get black screen and console freeze during game startup on HEN/HAN try this method:1. Before converting, move the original files of "PS3_GAME\USRDIR" (except EBOOT.BIN, default.self, and default_mp.self) to a temp folder outside the PS3_GAME folder.2. Convert the game using CFW2OFW v1.13 ("PS3_GAME\USRDIR" should contain EBOOT.BIN, default.self, and default_mp.self files only).3. After the conversion, move the original files (the ones inside the temp folder you made in step 1) to the converted folder "BLES00687\USRDIR". (resulting NPEB00687 folder should be small, around 19-20MB in size and BLES00684 should be around 7.15GB)4. Make the packages with Make-Backup-PKG, game package will be small (19-20MB) while patch will be the biggest one (7.15GB)
1. Download the update 1.06 of the regular US version of Fallout: NV (BLUS30500), 2. Unpack the update PKG and then replace the EBOOT.BIN of the disc game (BLUS30888) folder with the one from the unpacked update PKG, 3. Edit the PARAM.SFO of the disc game (BLUS30888) folder to change its 'Title ID' with the one of the update (in this case write "BLUS30500"), change 'PS3 System' into 4.46, then 'Version' and 'App Ver' into 1.06. Save changes and overwrite, 4. Convert your customized BLUS30888 (PS3_GAME) folder using PS3GameConvert. When asked for a game update, click 'yes' then select the downloaded update 1.06 PKG of Fallout: NV (BLUS30500) regular version, 5. After conversion, use Make PKG or make-backup-pkg tool to make it a PKG and then install on PS3 with Debug Packages enabled in this order: game PKG, patch PKG, LIC PKG. !Ah2kvD0luiUZqWIs3PKRSVA-35nX Note: Click to talk about how it works
1. Download the update 1.06 of the regular EU Spanish version of Fallout: NV (BLES00905), 2. Unpack the update PKG and then replace the EBOOT.BIN of the disc game (BLES01475) folder with the one from the unpacked update PKG, 3. Edit the PARAM.SFO of the disc game (BLES01475) folder to change its 'Title ID' with the one of the update (in this case write "BLES00905"), change 'PS3 System' into 4.46, then 'Version' and 'App Ver' into 1.06. Save changes and overwrite, 4. Convert your customized BLES01475 (PS3_GAME) folder using PS3GameConvert. When asked for a game update, click 'yes' then select the downloaded update 1.06 PKG of Fallout: NV (BLES00905) regular version, 5. After conversion, use Make PKG or make-backup-pkg tool to make it a PKG and then install on PS3 with Debug Packages enabled in this order: game PKG, patch PKG, LIC PKG. Note: Click to talk about how it works
5. Restart the game, go straight to Test Day, pick a car and track and the game should (cross fingers) load without crashing to desktop! Once it's worked once, any race/mode in the game seems to work okay!
But Why did you do this?I want more people to be able to enjoy DOS games while not having to know DOS. We needed a good all-around games pack that was a good entry point to DOS without being massive. It needed to include everything end to end to get you going (e.g. CD images)
The NASA Exoplanet Archive is an online service that serves data and information on exoplanets and their host stars to help astronomical research related to search for and characterization of extra-solar planetary systems. In order to provide the most up to date data sets to the users, the exoplanet archive performs weekly updates that include additions into the database and updates to the services as needed. These weekly updates are complex due to interfaces within the archive. I will be presenting a SysML model that helps us perform these update activities in a weekly basis.
The way geospatial data is searched, managed, processed and used has changed significantly in recent years. A data archive such as the one at the Alaska Satellite Facility (ASF), one of NASA's twelve interlinked Distributed Active Archive Centers (DAACs), used to be searched solely via user interfaces that were specifically developed for its particular archive and data sets. ASF then moved to using an application programming interface (API) that defined a set of routines, protocols, and tools for distributing the geospatial information stored in the database in real time. This provided a more flexible access to the geospatial data. Yet, it was up to user to develop the tools to get a more tailored access to the data they needed. We present two new approaches for serving data to users. In response to the recent Nepal earthquake we developed a data feed for distributing ESA's Sentinel data. Users can subscribe to the data feed and are provided with the relevant metadata the moment a new data set is available for download. The second approach was an Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) web feature service (WFS). The WFS hosts the metadata along with a direct link from which the data can be downloaded. It uses the open-source GeoServer software (Youngblood and Iacovella, 2013) and provides an interface to include the geospatial information in the archive directly into the user's geographic information system (GIS) as an additional data layer. Both services are run on top of a geospatial PostGIS database, an open-source geographic extension for the PostgreSQL object-relational database (Marquez, 2015). Marquez, A., 2015. PostGIS essentials. Packt Publishing, 198 p. Youngblood, B. and Iacovella, S., 2013. GeoServer Beginner's Guide, Packt Publishing, 350 p.
Since the turn of the millennium a constant concern of astronomical archives have begun providing data to the public through standardized protocols unifying data from disparate physical sources and wavebands across the electromagnetic spectrum into an astronomical virtual observatory (VO). In October 2014, NASA began support for the NASA Astronomical Virtual Observatories (NAVO) program to coordinate the efforts of NASA astronomy archives in providing data to users through implementation of protocols agreed within the International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA). A major goal of the NAVO collaboration has been to step back from a piecemeal implementation of IVOA standards and define what the appropriate presence for the US and NASA astronomy archives in the VO should be. This includes evaluating what optional capabilities in the standards need to be supported, the specific versions of standards that should be used, and returning feedback to the IVOA, to support modifications as needed. We discuss a standard archive model developed by the NAVO for data archive presence in the virtual observatory built upon a consistent framework of standards defined by the IVOA. Our standard model provides for discovery of resources through the VO registries, access to observation and object data, downloads of image and spectral data and general access to archival datasets. It defines specific protocol versions, minimum capabilities, and all dependencies. The model will evolve as the capabilities of the virtual observatory and needs of the community change. 2b1af7f3a8