If you do not own the game, a drag-and-drop version is available on the main page of the LCC, item 7, or through the files on the LanOC server. Simply unzip the game and launch the .exe in that folder.
Players must be registered for the tournament in the LCC. Match types will be free-for-all, in sets of 8 (maximum allowed). Once the match has been announced, you have five minutes to report to the lobby. Tardy players may be disqualified.
Can i make a prediction that this will be the most fun Tournament at the LAN???
I'm not going to be there, but who wins the match? the person with the most points, or the person last standing? I know some times i'm one of the 1st ones out, but because i was doing the most smashing i ended up witht he most points, while the other players would just avoid people to try to last and just tap into people ot keeep their contact counter at max...
Just something to think about.
Unless of course your doing a race style, which in that case i say no fun! the demo derby is the best part of this game
“Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest.” - Mark Twain
I want to play this, but bets are that my laptop can't keep up.
I need a gaming rig.
Oh, will there be any spare rigs for use? We've had that before, but I didn't know if being sold out would take that out.
Edit: Flatout Ultimate Carnage is actually an upgraded version of Flatout 2. It would be cool if they were backwards compatible. But it sounds like UC has no LAN, and requires Games For Windows. I was wondering why we weren't doing this version. Now I think I know why.
LCC = Lan Control Center. It's an internal website that you'll have access to. Usually just pull up your web browser and type "lanoc", and it will come up, but I'm sure in the handy little information sheets you get when signing in it will tell you all that stuff. See you all tomorrow.
EDIT: Also for those that haven't been before, there is usually an information sheet for each tournament that has all the information in the first post again, so you really don't need to remember anything like that beforehand unless you can't be bothered to stop fragging people for two seconds to read. I personally know I will have this problem...