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PS4 KNACK 2 (EU) UK
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Developed by SIE Japan Studio, Knack 2 is an action-platform game. Controlling the eponymous Knack, a compact-size Robot, which can absorb various relics and increase his size and strength, the player will have to stand up against goblins and save the world.Uncover a new storylineTaking place shortly after the events from the first game, Knack 2 story focuses on a new danger for the World—goblins. Having ineffectively attacked the planet centuries ago, they have now returned stronger than ever, ready to pose a threat to all other species.Hear the whole story by passing through 15 game levels. Designed by Marianne Krawczyk, the scriptwriter for the God of War, Knack 2 plot will engross you, guaranteeing long hours of fun.Show everyone Knack’s potentialIt is time to show the world that size does not matter. Take control of the smallest hero in the neighborhood, who actually hides enormous power. Played from the third-person perspective, Knack can transform itself countless times, reacting to highly interactive entertainment.Absorb objects and construct a large golem that will fight head-to-head with the most terrifying robots. Shrink, adjusting your size to various tunnels, corridors or rifts.Remarkably improved compared to the first game, Knack 2 features a new combat system, offering 20 types of moves—from knocks and punches, through various grasping long-distance attacks, ending on knock outs by wearing your opponent down.Knack can also create shields, counterattack, stun enemies, or throw spectacular boomerangs using his own body.Explore the environment, making the best use of the parts and devices available to you. Hop into mechs, tanks and other vehicles and gain advantage over your opponents. Discover some unique forms Knack can assume, each offering a distinctive set of features and abilities.Explore spectacular environmentsMake the best use of the open-world setting and explore your surroundings, traversing through dense forests, industrial areas or urban landscapes. Prepare for a fast-paced, dynamic gameplay, expecting and encouraging you to jump, hide, avoid traps, enter vehicles, solve riddles, and of course fight against enemies.Discover the beautiful visual side of the game, reminiscent of the best Disney or Pixar productions. Hold on for a second and look around, give yourself time to admire breathtaking landscapes. Enjoy fantastic animations, accompanying you when your protagonist incorporates new elements or disintegrates into multiple tiny relics.

Anbieter: G2A
Stand: 19.02.2020
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Wolfenstein: The New Order Steam Key GLOBAL
4,46 € *
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Talking about Wolfenstein is never an easy task. After all, Wolfenstein 3D was a milestone in the computer gaming industry. According to many, the first FPS ever created (which is actually, a wrong statement. Wolfenstein 3D popularized the FPS genre but it wasn't the first). Wolfenstein: The New Order on Steam is a resurrection of the series. You are going to get everything you would expect from Wolfenstein. A fast-paced action, interesting plot and Nazis to kill. Yeah, what else do we need? Maybe a glass of whiskey.An interesting plotThe studio behind the game, the MachineGames, consists of members of the Starbreeze studios. People who created such games like the Chronicles of Riddick and The Darkness. Thus, there is no surprise that the plot in this game is a very important aspect. You are B.J Blazkowicz, the American hero. Unfortunately, in your universe, the Third Reich had won the Second World War thanks to their Wunderwaffe (a super weapon). The game takes place in the 1960s when the Third Reich gained control over the entire World. You have to stop them, before it's too late.An action-packed model of shootingThe most important elements of the FPS gameplay are obviously shooting and all the action during gunfights with enemies. Wolfenstein: The New Order offers you a lot in this aspect. You have a huge arsenal of knives, rifles, grenades, sniper rifles, shotguns and pistols. You can modify these weapons with silencers or laser sights. However, the beauty of the gameplay is the fact that you can shoot two weapons at the same time. You can also hide behind the cover or use a power slide, thanks to which Blazkowicz is able to move quickly to other cover without the risk of being shot to death.A huge arsenal - You can choose from an enormous variety of weapons. Furthermore, you can shoot two weapons at the same time or break into secret research facilities and heavily guarded weapon stashes in order to find upgrades.An interesting plot - The Third Reich had won the Second World War. As B.J Blazkowicz you have to stop it before they dominate the World with their Wunderwaffe.Action and adventure - Underwater exploration, Nazi war-machines and a beachfront fortress. This is the only tip of the iceberg in this action-packed game.

Anbieter: G2A
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Medieval II: Total War Collection Steam Key GLOBAL
6,99 € *
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Medieval II: Total War is a combination of a turn-based strategy video game with real-time battles. It was developed by Creative Assembly and published in November 2006 by Sega. The game lets you play one of the medieval kingdoms you need to grow and develop by defeating rival kingdoms, capturing their provinces, and making important diplomatic decisions.Medieval II: Total War Collection ContentsThe Collection is a definitive edition of the game and it includes both the base Medieval II: Total War game and the Kingdoms expansion pack that brings more units to the base game, as well as new playable factions, new agents, buildings, new territories on the campaign map, and even a 1v1 hot-seat multiplayer campaign mode.StoryMedieval 2 Total War is set in the medieval period between 1080 and 1530, but it doesn’t feature a story on its own. Instead, you are free to reshape the history as you see fit by leading one of the medieval kingdoms during the exciting times of swords and castles when the conflict between Christianity and Islam is fiercer than ever.GameplayMedieval II: Total War is played on the huge map of Europeand partially in the Middle East, Africa, and even the New World. The map is divided into provinces that can be conquered. Each province can have either a city or a castle built in it. Cities are the primary source of income, while castles are used mainly for military purposes, such as recruiting an experienced army and providing a solid defense against enemy troops.While on this map, players take turns to build new structures, recruit an army and agents and order them to move or declare attacks. Declared battles are then resolved in real-time, where you are able to command your units and order them to march forward, flank the enemy army, or hide in the forest, for example. Attacking the castle can turn into a siege battle, where siege equipment should be used to breach the walls.Religion plays a huge role in the game with Christians fighting against Muslims over the holy land of Jerusalem. The Pope can call crusades against hostile provinces, while Muslim imams can declare jihads. Failing to answer the Pope’s call may result in excommunication.Game ModesThe main Medieval II: Total War mode is the single-player campaign, where players choose their starting kingdom and try to conquer as many provinces as possible during the five hundred years period. Depending on the type of campaign, short or long, players need to capture at least 15 or 45 territories to win. Additionally, in the long campaign, it’s also required to capture one or two significant cities – Jerusalem, Granada, Rome, or Constantinople.Besides the campaign, there are also single battles that put emphasis on real-time engagements between two or more participants. These can be played in a few different ways – custom battles are set entirely by the player, multiplayer battles allow to battle another player, and historical battles are challenges based on real historical encounters, where you often have to deal with a more powerful opponent and must outsmart him in order to win.ReceptionMedieval II: Total War received positive reviews. Reviewers and players alike praised the perfect combination of turn-based and real-time elements. They also noted the upgraded graphics and considered the title the most accessible game of the entire franchise, making it a great choice for newcomers to the Total War series. Additionally, critics appreciated the well-balanced nations, the intelligent layout of the interface, and the depth of the diplomacy.

Anbieter: G2A
Stand: 19.02.2020
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Jack , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 214min
9,95 € *
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Stunning audio edition of the winner of the CJ Dennis Prize / Victorian Premier's Literary Awards 2007.One-eyed Jack Falconer is a man with many secrets. It's 1938, the eve of World War II, and a pearling lugger in the Torres Strait is the place he chooses to hide. But Jack's demons follow him out to sea and rise to the surface just as surely as the pearl shell his divers collect from the dangers of the deep. Embittered, intelligent and self-destructive, Jack's only way to prove himself is to compete with, defeat and destroy the very weaknesses he fears.Set in the expansive and beautiful Coral Sea, Jack's provocative tale of a dangerous captain and his young crew at odds with the elements - and each other - holds the reader breathless until the very last page. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alan King. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/boli/000479/bk_boli_000479_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
Stand: 19.02.2020
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A Gift for the Doctor , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 32...
9,95 € *
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After allowing herself to be taken captive in order to save her friends, Morgana awakens to find herself naked, bound, and at the mercy of a handsome doctor named Kade. She cannot hide her helpless arousal as her captor takes his time thoroughly examining her bare body, but when she disobeys him she quickly discovers that defiance will earn her a sound spanking. His stern chastisement and bold dominance awaken desires within her that she never knew existed, but Morgana is shocked when she learns the truth about Kade. As a powerful shifter and the alpha of his pack, he has been ordered by the evil lord who took Morgana prisoner to claim her and sire children with her in order to combine the strength of their two bloodlines. Kade's true loyalties lie with the rebels seeking to overthrow the tyrant, however, and he has his own reasons for desiring Morgana as his mate. Though submitting to a dominant alpha does not come easily to a woman who was once her kingdom's most powerful sorceress, Kade's masterful lovemaking is unlike anything she has experienced before, and soon enough she is aching for his touch. But with civil war on the verge of engulfing the capital, will Morgana be torn from the arms of the man she loves or will she stand and fight at his side no matter the cost? Publisher's Note: A Gift for the Doctor is the sequel to A Gift for the King. It is an erotic romance novel that contains spankings, sexual scenes, medical play, elements of BDSM, and more. If such material offends you, please don't buy this book. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Logan McAllister. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/067423/bk_acx0_067423_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

Anbieter: Audible
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Natural Plant Products
34,80 € *
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21st century man uses a wide range of synthetic materials, most of which were invented and developed just before and after World War II in the laboratories of chemists and materials scientists. Enormous progress was made in the fields of plastics, fibers, metal alloys, ceramics and glasses. SeveraI decades later people realized that those miracle materials posed new problems in terms of disposal, incineration and recycling. Those issues preoccupy the media and politics, but often hide the simple fact that we still very much depend on natural plant products that have been discovered and put to use for the benefit of mankind hundreds if not thousands of years ago. Materials, fibers, elastomers, hydrocolloids, alcohols, oils, waxes, resins and energy carriers supplied by plants all too often are taken for granted, as they seemingly have always been around. Few of us are aware of the fact that without them, our lives would not only be a lot less comfortable but downright unthinkable. For a billion years now, plants have been the direct or at least indirect precondition of most other forms of life. Plants alone are capable of synthesizing simple sugars such as glucose from carbon dioxide and water using solar radiation as the source of energy. This photosynthesis is the starting point of ten thousands of complex chemical reactions often also involving nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, sulfur and about twenty trace elements, mostly metals. The result is an extremely diversified set of molecules that are needed for the intricate chemistry of life. The author aims to point out how intimately man is linked to the plant biosphere, even though the vast fields of food and pharmaceuticals were consciously not considered. He has endeavored to explain the properties of plant materials and their processing as thoroughly as possible but in terms that are understandable to the interested layman. This information is of vital importance: the quality of our lives, our long-term survival critically depends on protecting the sources of plant materials that must be used in an intelligent, sustainable way. This book addresses all those interested in our natural environment and the plant products nature supplies.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 19.02.2020
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Censorship in the american press in World War I...
19,90 CHF *
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject Communications - Media and Politics, Politic Communications, grade: 1,3, University of Siegen, course: Censorship - Concept & Case Studies, 12 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: On June 25th, 1943, American press editors received a confidential note, the contents an purpose of which was hard to understand even for those who were familiar with the technical terms. It said: '[...] you are asked not to publish or broadcast any information whatever regarding war experiments involving: Production or utilization of atom smashing, atomic energy, atomic fission, atomic splitting, or any of their equivalents. The use for military purposes of radium or radioactive materials, heavy water, high voltage discharge equipment, cyclotrons. The following elements or any of their compounds: polonium, uranium, ytterbium, hafnium, protactinium, radium, rhenium, thorium, deuterium.' What sounded 'like Greek' to the selected adressees of the request, in retrospective can be identified even by an amateur as the attempt to hide evidence that the US government was doing research on a nuclear device. It was about to play a decisive role in the ending of the Pacific War. Since the United States' entry in World War II, domestic censorship had to draw a line very carefully: On the one hand, the First Amendment to the Constitution grands the freedom of speech and the press; on the other hand, sensitive information, if revealed to the public, could fall into the hands of enemy agents. To handle this task, the government set in effect a voluntary censorship, building up on every journalist's patriotic instinct not to publish anything that might be a threat to the war effort. How was censorship organized? What kind of information was censored? Is there an actual difference between voluntary and mandatory censorship? These are questions the following research paper will elaborate on. A brief overview of the practices of censorship in times of war will accompany the analysis. Finally, the text makes an attempt to answer the question how the United States 'survived' the censorship period and how it affected further censorship strategies. An important source for this paper is the book 'Secrets of Victory. The Office of Censorship and the American Press and Radio in World War II' by Michael S. Sweeney, that has been published in 2001. Censorship of the press during war is common to many countries and has been used for strategic ends in many periods of time. A characteristic for modern wars in particular is a 'difference of interest', with journalists torn between their task to report 'as truthfully as possible' and a responsibility not to help the enemy.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 19.02.2020
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Steel and Blood: South Vietnamese Armor and the...
19,90 CHF *
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When South Vietnam was abandoned by its American allies and consequently defeated by the North Vietnamese in 1975, all its military records were lost to the enemy. This has led to a paucity of factually based analyses of the war by South Vietnamese authors. In a project lasting some ten years, and financed by his own hard-earned resources, Colonel Viet has researched, documented, and analyzed the Vietnam War from the perspective of South Vietnamese armor forces, elements in which he himself played an important role as leader, teacher, and innovator. His travels to interview hundreds of people with first-hand knowledge of these matters took him back and forth across the United States (and to Canada, France and Australia) and enabled him to piece together the story as recalled by virtually every senior South Vietnamese who was involved, along with many of lesser rank but important experience, and many Americans as well.The result is a unique and invaluable work, one recounting from the early days of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam its organization and development, its combat operations, and its interaction with American advisors and then later with deployed American units. Viet tells this story as an historian would, not glossing over the shortcomings and failures of his fellow Vietnamese soldiers (or of the Americans), but also providing definitive accounts of their successes, their innovations, their courage and determination, and the hardships experienced and survived in the course of a long, difficult, and ultimately unsuccessful struggle. In Colonel Viet's words: 'In order to give the truth back to history, we did not hide anything, whether it be victory or defeat.' Finally, in a very touching portion of the work, Colonel Viet memorializes his fallen comrades of the armored force and commemorates the service of all the American advisors to the armored force he was able to identify.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 19.02.2020
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Censorship in the american press in World War I...
13,40 € *
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Seminar paper from the year 2007 in the subject Communications - Media and Politics, Politic Communications, grade: 1,3, University of Siegen, course: Censorship - Concept & Case Studies, 12 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: On June 25th, 1943, American press editors received a confidential note, the contents an purpose of which was hard to understand even for those who were familiar with the technical terms. It said: '[...] you are asked not to publish or broadcast any information whatever regarding war experiments involving: Production or utilization of atom smashing, atomic energy, atomic fission, atomic splitting, or any of their equivalents. The use for military purposes of radium or radioactive materials, heavy water, high voltage discharge equipment, cyclotrons. The following elements or any of their compounds: polonium, uranium, ytterbium, hafnium, protactinium, radium, rhenium, thorium, deuterium.' What sounded 'like Greek' to the selected adressees of the request, in retrospective can be identified even by an amateur as the attempt to hide evidence that the US government was doing research on a nuclear device. It was about to play a decisive role in the ending of the Pacific War. Since the United States' entry in World War II, domestic censorship had to draw a line very carefully: On the one hand, the First Amendment to the Constitution grands the freedom of speech and the press; on the other hand, sensitive information, if revealed to the public, could fall into the hands of enemy agents. To handle this task, the government set in effect a voluntary censorship, building up on every journalist's patriotic instinct not to publish anything that might be a threat to the war effort. How was censorship organized? What kind of information was censored? Is there an actual difference between voluntary and mandatory censorship? These are questions the following research paper will elaborate on. A brief overview of the practices of censorship in times of war will accompany the analysis. Finally, the text makes an attempt to answer the question how the United States 'survived' the censorship period and how it affected further censorship strategies. An important source for this paper is the book 'Secrets of Victory. The Office of Censorship and the American Press and Radio in World War II' by Michael S. Sweeney, that has been published in 2001. Censorship of the press during war is common to many countries and has been used for strategic ends in many periods of time. A characteristic for modern wars in particular is a 'difference of interest', with journalists torn between their task to report 'as truthfully as possible' and a responsibility not to help the enemy.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 19.02.2020
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