By the time you read this and hopefully by then, the project of this mod is still ongoing (now that I am almost back to normal), but the release date is still far away. Besides the small balance changes, a few new features will be included: some new maps, more unit finesse, more defensive structures, controllable civilians, and new squads. When this last version of the mod be released, it will be split into two downloadable parts since I plan to bring in all of the KW maps integrated into the mod.
Since last spooky and unexpected week, EA claimed another witchcraft victim and that is Victory Games operating on the free-to-play C&C. It appears that corporate and political affairs did not work out for them so the entire team is disbanded leaving DICE LA (formerly EALA) without a studio. DICE LA is currently working on Star Wars other than Battlefield. Danger Close Studios is gone after the Medal of Honor series was put on hiatus and now C&C joins it. With C&C cancelled leaving Tiberium Alliances on the brink of axed out, who knows is C&C is dead once again until another studio picks this one up again. But I think in the future C&C will never see the light again, not unless someone can bring that level up to the most popular games today, in which C&C has yet to reach its acme.
I can't believe Lady Gaga's ArtPOP album will be released tomorrow. I have already listened to all of the 15 tracks that are in the album and to my surprise, this isn't her best album thus far and most of the tracks I have heard seem to have lost its delicacy; lots of strange tones, melodies and overtones. Applause is the only single from LG that is a great song, but I also can't believe the choosing of that song was placed at the end of the album track-list.
So far recent album releases from Katy Perry, Avril Lavigne and Miley Cyrus had been especially worse than awesome. The only other single I have liked so far among releases is "Let Me Go" from a duo of Avril and Chad.
I haven't really got back here blogging anything I wish to say lately for two months and a half, but as of now coming back to the site, Weebly did update a lot of new material and changed the look of the site. I hope in the rear future (by the time you read this), expect some new changes to this website. I still change the look of this site once per season. Although it's back to basics, it's also back to work for me, now that my health is nearly back to normal. I wished I would have blogged once per day if only I had something to talk about.