I am interested to see what the Wipe out males out of Clone reproduce (dB, Blaze, etc). I also like the Big Shot of AE and Midnight Express dogs breeding for being reproducers.
02-09-2015 05:41 PM Mike Van Duse UK Forum MemberRegistered: Mar 2004 Location: Northwest Indiana Posts: 1517 I bred her to my Cash dog (Stylish Coma x Wipe out Zack) a couple yrs.
Ago, and they turned out nice, I have been thinking Mr. Spock, he is Coma x Wipe out. Her name is Wipe out Mandy, she is out of Moose x Master Latch and House bred Female.
I bred her to my Cash dog (Stylish Coma x Wipe out Zack) a couple yrs. Ago, and they turned out nice, I have been thinking Mr. Spock, he is Coma x Wipe out.
Her name is Wipe out Mandy, she is out of Moose x Master Latch and House bred Female. Mandy is a coon dog, she is very independent, accurate and a very good track dog. She would rather be by herself, and most times she will be. She will trail by those empty dogs, and show you where the coon went.
He is also out of an excellent reproducing female, Gr NT Stinger (out of Rank) who produced Tree Slamming Frankie. I am a Moose fan, I like what he put in his offspring, and he didn't throw the babble he was tight, and I like that.
Without TOBY has quite a few pups on ground I'm very curious to see how they turn out 02-10-2015 10:58 PM Bryan K Webb UK Forum MemberRegistered: Dec 2005 Location: Duncombe IL.
The nicest wipe out dog I've drawn in a cast was hands down Hot Rod Lincoln. He was super nice and had all the necessary tools. Also, a lot of good dog men in the south talk very highly of Wipe out Big Brown.
Originally posted by Mike Van Duse Do you know if they have ever bred Spock? 02-14-2015 11:27 AM Cheyenne UK Forum MemberRegistered: Dec 2003 Location: Willard Oh.
Originally posted by GLANCE'S 7-MILE Willie sure did a lot of winning!! Mark Hall's Maggie female won a truck last year as well as many other major hunts, out of Willie.
02-15-2015 05:34 PM Josh Michael is UK Forum MemberRegistered: Jan 2004 Location: North MO Posts: 2242 Originally posted by Was Hoffman Willie threw his share of winners.
02-26-2015 12:58 AM Redneck Mafia UK Forum MemberRegistered: Aug 2013 Location: Seneca, Mo Posts: 4933 My son drove from here SW Mo to somewhere in Indiana to pick up a just weaning age Jake female about 3 weeks ago.
If she pans out he will eventually be breeding her back to Mafia (if he is still alive lol if not Shack). I don't think he has a lot pups old enough to be hunted yet so his reproductive abilities are something time will tell, but we are taking the chance on them down here.
Rather than being grown at an accelerated rate for the evil empire, Pacer has gestated over a long period to provide us with the best possible clone of Without. Yes, it’s a WipeOutclone, but it’s a damn good one at that, and I don’t mind saying early on in the review, that you should check it out.
Pacer takes the concept of Without and puts its own name on it, as well as a few twists to either set it apart from the series it’s a clone of, or to avoid Sony’s lawyers. I like to imagine that a bit of code got swiped before Sony kicked Studio Liverpool on to the streets and into the Job Center.
I’m not against a good challenge and even after blowing myself up fifteen times in as many minutes as I got to grips with the controls, I was happy to be playing. You can tackle the game’s campaign mode where different corporate sponsors battle it out with their best machines, or you can go for the individual events that take your fancy.
I spent most of my time in the campaign, playing through the different races and events and earning some sweet cash in the process. There’s an online multiplayer mode if that’s your thing, but I had a hard enough time beating the computer, never mind actual humans with their own thoughts and tactics.
Just like in Wipe out, the air brakes will help you fly around the tight chicanes and avoid mines dropped on the track by competing racers. The different events take place on a good variety of maps in some interesting locations, including a snowy location, complete with low flying cargo planes and some nice set decoration to make the game’s world feel like it’s more than just its assortment of death-defying racetracks.
Things that we wouldn’t ordinarily pay any attention, but would definitely miss if they weren’t there. Pacer has this quality, and it really adds a bit more depth to the visual presentation that you wouldn’t ordinarily get with any kind of racer.
The gameplay is great, and I’ve spent hours chasing the pack and my bronze medals across the different but familiar events. Adjusting your position while travelling at ridiculous speeds isn’t easy, and I really didn’t enjoy these events.
On the other hand, if you find that you’re losing because you’re getting killed too often, you can adjust your loadout for a defensive play style. I wasn’t going to mention this because for me the issue is resolved, but I think it’s only fair and if this happens to you, you’ll know what to do to fix it.
When I first downloaded the review copy of the game, I couldn’t get past the initial ‘press any button to continue’ screen. I rebooted the game a few times and restarted my PS4 Pro, and I was eventually able to get to the language select screen.
I emailed the PR contact and was told to delete the game and download it again. The audio was a bit flat, but the soundtrack felt just right, with the familiar blend of EDM and techno bombing through every race beside me.
Familiar gameplay that’s easy to get stuck in to Brilliant graphics and gorgeous, well-detailed tracks that are part of a bigger world Plenty of content including a campaign, online multiplayer, and quick races Depth to combat with different loadouts and vehicle configurations To keep up to date with all of our latest news and reviews, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.
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