Adventure HD New Frequency

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Pathologic (Russian: Мор. Утопия, tr. Mor. Utopiya, IPA: [mˈor. ʊtˈopʲɪjə], lit. Pestilence. Utopia) is a 2005 psychological horror adventure survival role-playing video game developed by Russian game studio Ice-Pick Lodge. It was published in Russia, and other CIS countries, by Buka Entertainment. The game was published in Europe on 18 August 2006 by G2 Games. An updated version of the original game titled Pathologic Classic HD, featuring a new English translation, updated graphics, and enhanced compatibility, was developed by General Arcade for Microsoft Windows, and was released on 29 October 2015, being published by Gambitious Digital Entertainment and Devolver Digital. A full scale remake of the game in Unity under the title Pathologic 2 is also currently being developed for Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, is scheduled for release in 2018 and will be published by tinyBuild.

Adventure HD New Frequency 2018

Adventure HD Live Channel ON Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B/13C/13E at 13.0°East New TP Frequency 2018

Channel :Adventure HD
Satellite :Hot Bird 13B/13C/13E at 13.0°East
Frequency :11393
Polarization :V
Symbol Rate:27500
A.PID:830 Polish
SID Code:4329
Update :: March 22-03-2018

Sonic Adventure[a] is a 1998 platform game for Sega's Dreamcast, and the first main Sonic the Hedgehog game to feature 3D gameplay. The story follows Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles "Tails" Prower, Knuckles the Echidna, Amy Rose, Big the Cat, and E-102 Gamma in their quests to collect the seven Chaos Emeralds and stop Doctor Robotnik from unleashing Chaos, an ancient evil. Controlling one of the six characters—each with their own special abilities—players explore a series of themed levels to advance the story. Players can also interact with Chao, a virtual pet.

Following the cancellation of the Sega Saturn game Sonic X-treme, Sonic Team began work on Sonic Adventure in 1997. A 60-member development team created the game in ten months, drawing inspiration from real-world locations in Peru and Guatemala. Yuji Uekawa redesigned the characters to suit the series' transition to 3D, and various features were added to take advantage of the Dreamcast hardware. Sega announced the game in August 1998; it was released in Japan that December and worldwide in September 1999.

The game received critical acclaim and became the Dreamcast's bestseller, selling over two million copies by 2006. Reviewers lauded the game's impressive visuals and unique gameplay, saying it successfully moved the Sonic franchise to 3D. However, some critics were frustrated by its camera controls and glitches, and reactions to the sound were mixed. Speculation arose that Sonic Adventure could popularize the Dreamcast and re-establish Sega as the dominant console manufacturer after the relatively unsuccessful Saturn. The game is considered one of the most important of the sixth generation of video game consoles and among the best games of the Sonic series.

After Sega's shift to third-party software development, ports of Sonic Adventure were developed for the GameCube, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. Reviews for these versions were less positive, with critics feeling the game had not aged well and ran at an inconsistent frame rate. One character introduced in the game—Big the Cat—is often called one of the worst in a video game. Many of the changes made in Sonic Adventure became staples of the Sonic series. A sequel, Sonic Adventure 2, was released in 2001.
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