So, what does this actually mean to the average Saints Row player? In simple terms, the modding community will finally be able to create and offer new clothing, new vehicles, new guns, new npcs, new missions, and even new world geometry which will greatly extend the life of the series and enhance the Saints Row games in ways we never even dared to dream of. Wow, to quote the bearded goat: Yes! Yes! Yes! One of the things that always held back Saints Row from true greatness was the inability to modify the assets. Even though GTA games arrive every couple of years, in between that time the modding community manages to pump out some amazing stuff, like the Iron Man mods and the Tron mods and the Back to the Future mods . This expands the game’s lifetime and also helps boost sales for the original title as gamers get eager to embrace the new content.
Milne faces four rape charges and is due to face court on July 5. While Milne remains on the Saints’ playing list, he is 33 and out of contract at the end of this season. His renowned goalkicking prowess has been down on previous years. The Saints board met on Tuesday night to discuss the crisis and finally decided on Wednesday morning to stand down Milne. In announcing the suspension, club president Greg Westaway said the board had considered “the best interests of all parties concerned”. “The board acknowledges this is a most serious matter, one that is distressing to all the parties involved,” Westaway said. “It also recognises that the extended timeframe of the matter and the complexities of the issues involved, make it without precedent. “In considering the matter the board has been mindful of the rights and obligations of everyone impacted.” In 10 games this season, Milne has only kicked 18 goals. That is well down on the 57 goals in 2010 and the bags of 56 he kicked in his 2011-12 All-Australian seasons.
Organization ———————————————————————————————————————————- As NFL cheerleaders, these girls are among the best at creating and performing routines in unison. This category grades the organization the teams used in their videos. The Dolphins video was sorely lacking in terms of any sort of organization or dance numbers from the girls. Disappointing, considering they are cheerleaders. They had one solid tracking (or steadicam) shot of all of the girls on the beach with their bikini bottoms adding up to “22” that would have made Martin Scorsese proud. Meanwhile, the Saints had the crescendo of the song and their video represented with all of the girls together on the steps of a classic Louisiana home. It wasn’t extravagant, but it was great to see all the girls together at the end of the video dancing together since, you know, that’s what they do for a living.
But it’s ensuring that improvement lasts more than just a week that is the challenge for Craig and the players. It’s been a difficult week for everyone at the Melbourne Football Club and no-one likes to see a coach sacked mid-season and my sympathies go out to Mark Neeld. However many supporters from other clubs and indeed some of our own fans have been critical of the fact that the club will now have to pay Neeld out the remainder of his contract, putting more pressure on the club’s finances and forcing the club to go to the AFL to seek financial assistance. But I would remind fans that it is not only in the AFL’s interests but the interests of other clubs to have a strong and prosperous Melbourne team in the competition. The Demons are a crowd puller and this benefits other clubs, particularly when they host Melbourne at the MCG. If you look at some of our crowds this season such as the 35,000 that showed up against Carlton in Round 6, 39,000 against Richmond in Round 8 and 28,500 that went to the Hawthorn game in Round 10 – these are all games that would have drawn in excess of 50,000 fans had the Demons been travelling well. And the 50,000 that went to the traditional Queen’s Birthday game against Collingwood would have been 70,000 plus. This is lost revenue not just for Melbourne but for opposition clubs and the AFL.
The Goldeyes begin a four-game series with the Lincoln Saltdogs Thursday night. Winnipeg will send Pete Gehle to the mound against Lincoln’s Moses Melendez. Fact Check Have you found an error, or know of something we’ve missed in one of our stories? Please use the form below and let us know. * Required In which story did you find the error? * Please post the headline of the story or the title of the video with the error. What was the error?