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BATTLETECH Season Pass Steam Key GLOBAL
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A BATTLETECH Season Pass for a person that is a fan of the game, which you can use to download the newest content released for the game.BATTLETECH is a strategy game where you build up your own colony, and, as the intergalactic conflict between higher-ups leads to the usage of mechanical battle vehicles, you need to take control of the army of mechs and win the war. Remember to take into account every aspect, for example, the terrain, the abilities of your mechanical warrior machines and the maneuverability as they can change the outcome of the battle.You can upgrade your mechanical warrior machines but beware of other individuals that would like to use your army for their own benefit. Test yourself against your friends or other online opponents in the online mode or check if you can beat the AI in the single-player skirmish mode.The season pass contentWith Battletech season pass, you are able to download the latest additional content, unavailable for the base game. Get your hands on the Flashpoint, Battletech and Heavy Metal DLC’s to expand the gameplay and content with new elements such as new maps, mechs and more.

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Assassin's Creed Odyssey Ultimate Steam Gift EU...
45,15 € *
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Enhance your Assassin's Creed Odyssey experience with the ULTIMATE EDITION, including the game, the DELUXE PACK and the SEASON PASS.Continue your epic odyssey with two new, major story arcs in the SEASON PASS with three exciting episodes per story. Season pass owners also receive the games Assassin's Creed III REMASTERED and Assassin's Creed Liberation REMASTERED.Assassin’s Creed OdysseyThe famous video game series, Assassin’s Creed, has a cult status among many regular players. In October the eleventh major title, and twelve installment overall, was released – Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. The game was developed by Ubisoft Quebec, published by Ubisoft.Basic InfoIt is an action-packed, role-playing game played in third-person perspective. For the first time ever, Assassin’s includes RPG elements– previous titles were simple action games. Odyssey takes place during the Peloponnesian War.The player is impersonating a fictional character that is engaged during the War between Athens and Sparta. They can choose which side to back: Delian League of Athens or Peloponnesian League of Sparta. In general, Assassin’s Creed series follows a story of a longtime conflict between Assassins and Templars.Story And SettingThe PremiseThe plot starts in 431 BC in the ancient Greece. The player is thrown straight into the turmoil of the Peloponnesian War between city-states of Greece: Sparta and Athens. He can become Alexios or Kassandra, who are grandchildren of famous king Leonidas I.Both of them were expelled from the family and cursed. When the storyline starts, they are already adults, who try to make a living by fighting for whoever pays them to do so.The StorylineAssassin’s CreedOdyssey starts when a chosen character decides to embark on a mission that will change his or her entire life. He or she can either follow the Delian League of Athens or the Peloponnesian League of Sparta as a mercenary.After choosing their side and fighting, they’re on a straight way to become the ancient Greek hero.Comparing to previous titles, Odyssey is not a linear story. During the action-filled journey the player makes various decisions that can determine how the story will end.Though they can’t control the destiny of the entire ancient world, the life of the protagonist can be subject to some changes, as well as the lives of characters who are close to him or her. The story is displayed during cut-scenes as well as in dialogues. Here another new thing has been introduced – the player can choose the dialogues they say.It is also worth to mention that during their Odyssey the protagonist will meet some historic characters like Socrates, Herodotus, Hippocrates, Pericles and more. These ancient philosophers and rules were all engaged somehow in the Peloponnesian War. In addition to the ancient story, there is a narrative of modern times. The player follows the actions of Layla Hassan. This character was already introduced in the previous Assassin’s Creed title: Origins.GraphicsThe game is rendered in 3D graphics in very high quality. Even water is very realistically animated, and all details are made with high precision, including the characters’ clothing or accessories.GameplayAs it was mentioned, theAssassin’s Creed Odysseyhas some strong RPG elements, which is a new thing for the series. The game can have different endings, the player is able to choose dialogue and has some side quests. They also have the possibility to engage in the love affairs between the protagonist and NPC characters. In the game there is a skills system, by earning The player can unlock new skills in the Warrior, Hunter and Assassin trees.Warriors is connected to combat, assassin to stealth and hunter to archery. Notoriety system allows mercenaries to come after the protagonist when he kills innocents or steals from NPCs.Hitbox combat that was firstused in Origins, is making a comeback, but in an expanded version. Now the player has four different skills to use at his disposal. They are unlocked once the bar of abilities is filled up.Among these are rain of arrows, powerful kick that knocks enemies off etc. Additionally, there is a gear system with each piece of equipment being fully stated This provides many benefits during the combat as each piece can be upgraded. As the Peloponnesian war takes place on the sea, the naval combat is prominently featured in the game.Receptions And Players OpinionsThe game received great reviews upon release. Aggregated reviews from many sites wrote that, Creed Odyssey has very good scores for PC.

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South Park The Fractured But Whole Uplay Key EU...
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Trey Parker and Matt Stone come back with a sequel to the critically acclaimed South Park: The Stick of Truth. This time the theme is superheroes, and South Park: The Fractured But Whole, as befits the cult franchise, pulls no punches. This time it satirizes the DC vs Marvel competition in the form of a Marvel's Civil War parody.A return to South ParkThe perfectly recreated map of South Park from The Stick of Truth is back, now with even more places to explore. Use your character's incredible fart powers in combination with South Park regulars' to access new areas, including the rooftops. Look for loot in strange places, it is certain there will be some.New themeSo you saved the day in The Stick of Truth? Big deal, get with the times. Cartman and crew now care only about creating the next best superhero franchise. South park: The Fractured But Whole features twelve superhero-themes classes, including the Speedster, Cyborg, and Karate Kid. But the true power of The Fractured But Whole is in the farts of player character, powerful enough to rip apart the fabric of time itself, among other things. The superhero theme extends to the customization, with generic and class-specific costume elements available at character creation.Improved gameplaySouth Park: The Fractured But Whole greatly improves on the systems first put in place in The Stick of Truth. The combat system is revamped, now taking place on a grid, allowing character to move around, making careful positioning a key to victory. The twelve classes are fundamentally different and have assigned classic roles like healers or tanks, which will matter for the gameplay. The changes greatly deepen the combat system without making it unmanageable or unclear.The show's creators still in controlTrey Parker and Matt Stone worked very closely with Ubisoft, providing voices, writing, essential suggestions and more. Thanks to that South Park: The Fractured But Whole still holds true to the style and atmosphere of the original show, much like The Stick of Truth did. Locations and characters straight from the source material come back better and more plentiful than ever before. South Park: The Fractured But Whole feels like a superhero-themed extra-long episode of the show.South Park: The Fractured But Whole preorder versions and bonusesThe game is available for preorder in four different versions. Standard features just the base game, with no additional content. The digital Gold Edition includes the base game, as well as the Season Pass, a number of in-game costumes and a bonus perk. The Steelbook Gold (available only in USA retail stores) adds a Steelbook case and a set of lithographic prints of South Park Studios artwork in addition to the contents of the digital-only Gold Edition. Finally the Collector's Edition includes all of the above AND a six-inch figuring of The Coon, Cartman's superheroic alter-ego.

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A Gathering of Eagles
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A Gathering of Eagles is a 1963 movie about the Cold War and the pressures of command. The plot is patterned after the film Twelve O'Clock High, which producer-screenwriter Sy Bartlett also wrote, with elements also mirroring Above and Beyond, a film written by his collaborator, Beirne Lay, Jr. Rock Hudson plays a United States Air Force Colonel, Jim Caldwell, as a Strategic Air Command (SAC) B-52 wing commander. He must shape up his men to pass a grueling operational readiness inspection (ORI) that the previous commander had failed and for which he had been relieved of his command. Caldwell is also recently married to an English wife, and as a tough commanding officer doing whatever he has to do to shape up his command, his wife sees a side to him that she hadn't seen before. The film also stars Rod Taylor, Mary Peach, Barry Sullivan, Kevin McCarthy, Henry Silva, Robert Lansing, Leif Erickson, and Richard Anderson.

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Foreign Relations of the United States - Iran, ...
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This volume contains the long-awaited 'retrospective' of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in Iran. The volume includes fascinating details on Iranian, American and British planning and implementation of the covert operation, as well as information about U.S. contacts with key figures such as Ayatollah Abol-Ghasem Kashani, and insights into U.S. concerns about the growing influence of the communist Tudeh Party. The publication is the culmination of decades of internal debates and public controversy after a previous official collection omitted all references to the role of American and British intelligence in the ouster of Iran's then-prime minister, Mohammad Mosaddeq. The volume is part of the Department's venerable Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) series. For decades, neither the U.S. nor the British governments would acknowledge their part in Mosaddeq's overthrow, even though a detailed account appeared as early as 1954 in The Saturday Evening Post, and since then CIA and MI6 veterans of the coup have published memoirs detailing their activities. Kermit Roosevelt's Countercoup is the best known and most detailed such account, although highly controversial because of its selective rendering of events. In 2000, The New York Times posted a 200-page classified internal CIA history of the operation. In 1989, the State Department released what purported to be the official record of the coup period but it made not a single reference to American and British actions in connection with the event. The omission led to the resignation of the chief outside adviser on the series, and prompted Congress to pass legislation requiring 'a thorough, accurate, and reliable documentary record' of U.S. foreign policy. After the end of the Cold War, the CIA committed to open agency files on the Iran and other covert operations, and the State Department vowed to produce a 'retrospective' volume righting the earlier decision. But it took until 2011 for the CIA to - partially - fulfill its commitment, and even then it was only in the form of a previously classified segment of an internal account of the coup that for the first time included an officially released explicit reference to the agency's role in 'TPAJAX,' the U.S. acronym for the operation. Roughly two years later, after years of research by historian James C. Van Hook, as well as internal negotiations between State and CIA over access to the latter's records, the Office of the Historian at the Department produced a draft of the retrospective volume, which then had to await top-level clearance. What explains the refusal by two governments to acknowledge their actions, and the inordinate delays in publishing this volume? Justifications given in the past include protecting intelligence sources and methods, bowing to British government requests and, more recently, avoiding stirring up Iranian hardline elements who might seek to undercut the nuclear deal Iran signed with the United States and other P5+1 members in 2015. (Abstract from the US National Archive)

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Frank Herbert SF Gateway Omnibus
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From The SF Gateway, the most comprehensive digital library of classic SFF titles ever assembled, comes an ideal sample introduction to one of the giants of 20th century science fiction: Frank Herbert. Although best known for his award-winning Dune, Herbert's other work is equally ambitious and accomplished. This omnibus contains three novels spanning some 20 years of Herbert's career: The Dragon in the Sea, The Santaroga Barrier and The Dosadi Experiment. THE DRAGON IN THE SEA In the endless war between East and West, oil has become the ultimate prize. Nuclear-powered subtugs brave enemy waters to tap into hidden oil reserves. Psychologist John Ramsay has gone undercover aboard a Hell Diver subtug where, hunted relentlessly by the enemy, the crew find themselves isolated in a claustrophobic undersea prison, struggling for survival against the elements . . . and themselves. THE SANTAROGA BARRIER Santaroga seemed to be nothing more than a prosperous farm community. But there was something . . . different . . . about Santaroga. Maybe Santaroga was the last outpost of American individualism. Maybe they were just a bunch of religious kooks . . . Or maybe there was something extraordinary at work in Santaroga. Something far more disturbing than anyone could imagine. THE DOSADI EXPERIMENT Generations of a tormented human-alien people, caged on a toxic planet, conditioned by constant hunger and war - this is the Dosadi Experiment, and it has succeeded too well. For the Dosadi have bred for Vengeance as well as cunning, and they have learned how to pass through the shimmering God Wall to exact their dreadful revenge on the Universe that created them . . .

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Foreign Relations of the United States - Iran, ...
39,99 € *
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This volume contains the long-awaited 'retrospective' of declassified U.S. government documents on the 1953 coup in Iran. The volume includes fascinating details on Iranian, American and British planning and implementation of the covert operation, as well as information about U.S. contacts with key figures such as Ayatollah Abol-Ghasem Kashani, and insights into U.S. concerns about the growing influence of the communist Tudeh Party. The publication is the culmination of decades of internal debates and public controversy after a previous official collection omitted all references to the role of American and British intelligence in the ouster of Iran's then-prime minister, Mohammad Mosaddeq. The volume is part of the Department's venerable Foreign Relations of the United States (FRUS) series. For decades, neither the U.S. nor the British governments would acknowledge their part in Mosaddeq's overthrow, even though a detailed account appeared as early as 1954 in The Saturday Evening Post, and since then CIA and MI6 veterans of the coup have published memoirs detailing their activities. Kermit Roosevelt's Countercoup is the best known and most detailed such account, although highly controversial because of its selective rendering of events. In 2000, The New York Times posted a 200-page classified internal CIA history of the operation. In 1989, the State Department released what purported to be the official record of the coup period but it made not a single reference to American and British actions in connection with the event. The omission led to the resignation of the chief outside adviser on the series, and prompted Congress to pass legislation requiring 'a thorough, accurate, and reliable documentary record' of U.S. foreign policy. After the end of the Cold War, the CIA committed to open agency files on the Iran and other covert operations, and the State Department vowed to produce a 'retrospective' volume righting the earlier decision. But it took until 2011 for the CIA to - partially - fulfill its commitment, and even then it was only in the form of a previously classified segment of an internal account of the coup that for the first time included an officially released explicit reference to the agency's role in 'TPAJAX,' the U.S. acronym for the operation. Roughly two years later, after years of research by historian James C. Van Hook, as well as internal negotiations between State and CIA over access to the latter's records, the Office of the Historian at the Department produced a draft of the retrospective volume, which then had to await top-level clearance. What explains the refusal by two governments to acknowledge their actions, and the inordinate delays in publishing this volume? Justifications given in the past include protecting intelligence sources and methods, bowing to British government requests and, more recently, avoiding stirring up Iranian hardline elements who might seek to undercut the nuclear deal Iran signed with the United States and other P5+1 members in 2015. (Abstract from the US National Archive)

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Frank Herbert SF Gateway Omnibus
10,99 € *
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From The SF Gateway, the most comprehensive digital library of classic SFF titles ever assembled, comes an ideal sample introduction to one of the giants of 20th century science fiction: Frank Herbert. Although best known for his award-winning Dune, Herbert's other work is equally ambitious and accomplished. This omnibus contains three novels spanning some 20 years of Herbert's career: The Dragon in the Sea, The Santaroga Barrier and The Dosadi Experiment. THE DRAGON IN THE SEA In the endless war between East and West, oil has become the ultimate prize. Nuclear-powered subtugs brave enemy waters to tap into hidden oil reserves. Psychologist John Ramsay has gone undercover aboard a Hell Diver subtug where, hunted relentlessly by the enemy, the crew find themselves isolated in a claustrophobic undersea prison, struggling for survival against the elements . . . and themselves. THE SANTAROGA BARRIER Santaroga seemed to be nothing more than a prosperous farm community. But there was something . . . different . . . about Santaroga. Maybe Santaroga was the last outpost of American individualism. Maybe they were just a bunch of religious kooks . . . Or maybe there was something extraordinary at work in Santaroga. Something far more disturbing than anyone could imagine. THE DOSADI EXPERIMENT Generations of a tormented human-alien people, caged on a toxic planet, conditioned by constant hunger and war - this is the Dosadi Experiment, and it has succeeded too well. For the Dosadi have bred for Vengeance as well as cunning, and they have learned how to pass through the shimmering God Wall to exact their dreadful revenge on the Universe that created them . . .

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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