These is not mine i just found it while surfing on google and came across with these one
The New CTF Theme is only for 6.60 CFW, sorry
I use Official PTF Theme
add PSN Icon
change a few things Credits
Chinese Theme Creator i believe his name is "Silver"
qwikrazor87 "sharing the Official PTF"
TSENEDA "SlideBG Theme"
Mr. Shizzy "PS3 Style Theme"
ibromizi "Jumbled Theme"
Zinga Burga "RCO Tools"
patpat "CTF Tool"
So this game launched a short while ago and received a fair bit of hype - perhaps negative - around its DRM scheme.
It seems that, increasingly, games are moving to always online DRM schemes as they're probably harder to crack and less of an issue with more people having an always-on internet connection. EA is certainly no smarter.
Well, to repeat some EA history, their servers got hammered after launch, resulting in:
Quote:Players attempting to play EA/Maxis' new SimCity game are finding that their save games are tied to a particular server, are facing problems with disconnects, inability to track friends or search for specific coop games online and failures to load game, and wait times of 20 minutes per login attempt. The question is, why the online restriction? Does this possibly indicate future micro-transactions in game?
Of course, this isn't particularly new; the Diablo III launch had similar problems I believe.
My personal belief is to never buy at launch - just wait a while whilst others discover all the problems and then make your decision.
The Times Online in Beaver, Pa., explains what happened. A receptionist from a doctor's office called to remind student Travis Clawson about an upcoming appointment. Clawson didn't pick up, so the call went to voice mail.
The receptionist heard what sounded like a threat about "shooting" and "school" on Clawson's outgoing message. Apparently, the message was intended to quote a lyric from the Will Smith sitcom's theme song that goes, "And all shooting some b-ball outside of the school." It's unclear if the receptionist misheard Clawson's message or if the student altered the lyrics.
The receptionist notified police, who notified school officials, who instituted a lockdown on every school in the county. After 20 frantic minutes, authorities located Clawson in the high school's guidance counselor's office.
Police took him into custody and interviewed him. It was then that Clawson explained his message was just a riff on the popular '90s sitcom about a young Philadelphia man who goes to live with his "auntie and uncle in Bel Air." According to Times Online, District Attorney Anthony Berosh said that after listening to the message closely it was determined that it did follow the Quincy Jones-penned song. Clawson was released and no charges were filed.
No word on whether he said "Smell ya later" upon being cleared.