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Weekly News #38
NewsA week has passed, and we're ready with yet another news update.

PCM.daily expands
Thanks to all the donations, and thanks to the Google Ads, we've been able to expand even more. This means that we now have even more bandwidth and space available. The new server we are using will be tested throughout the upcoming days, but its first real test will be on the 30th of September when the PCM Spain DB is released.
The difference between the current DL-server and the new one is that there's more bandwidth available on the new one, and that there's no daily limit on our bandwidth usage. It will be an essential part of PCM.daily's Sponsored Projects, since we can now offer even better conditions for creative people who decide to have their projects hosted at PCM.daily.

No-CD Patch for P
I've been asked a lot when it would arrive, and honestly I didn't think one would be released. But someone has now released a No CD-patch for Patch, making it possible for people who have problems with Starforce to avoid the protection and play the game without the CD.
This does not mean, though, that we're supporting pirated games. The patch should only be used if you actually own the game. I know we can't avoid that, but there shouldn't be any doubt in the fact that PCM.daily does not support pirating.

The crack is available here. Thanks to Ruben for the tip.

Eternal Database V1.0.1 released
One of the most ambitious projects until now has been released. The relatively unknown DB-maker, Digitizer, has made a DB which simply collects almost everything which has been released for PCM07. You get new equipment, new scouting zones, Miya's 3D-pack, A LOT of new races and much, much more. You simply need to read the description of the file in order to be able to understand how large the DB actually is.

You can download all three parts in one file here at PCM.daily.

More new articles
Our two new article writers have been busy and have written a few new articles. Addy has added yet another article in his "Editing Tips"-series, The new one is about how you enable the one texture pr. rider-feature which for some reason has been removed from the game. You can read it here.
I've also converted one of the PCM06 articles, so it fits to PCM07. It's meant for users who have the DL-version, and it explains you how to use more than the three activation keys you're given when you buy the download version. You can read it here.
Last, but not least, Wildcat has put his focus on the American stage race, Tour of Missouri. In the article, he previews the race and the first three stages of the tour. Read it here.

Bug fixes in new versions
The popular PCMGeeks-db has gone into its second and final version. There's no new major updates in the DB, but the few problems there were should now have been fixed. The team behind the DB will now focus entirely on the large DB they are working on along with PCM Scandinavia.
You can download the DB here.

The imaginary DB, DB 2009, has also been updated and now contains a lot more graphical stuff than before. For example, you will now find team logos for all teams, also the new imaginary ones. You'll also find more rider pictures. Get it here!

And as promised, we are now hosting the Stanoscase DB 2007. Three versions of the DB have been released, and we have collected them all into one package. It's a Dutch DB with Dutch race names, but it's really precise in its skills settings. It also got lots of other add-ons.
You can try it out here.

Release date for PCM Spain
Our sponsored project, PCM Spain, has now been given a release date: the 30th of September! Many people are awaiting this DB with excitement, simply because it seems to be the best DB (to-be) released for PCM07. Speaking of PCM Spain, Dankan has given you another chance to see whatever you want from the DB - just request it in his blog here at PCM.daily.

Pro Cycling now in stores
It was supposed to be released on the 20th of June along with the PC-version. The game was nowhere to be seen that day, though. The PSP-version of Pro Cycling Manager, Pro Cycling, has been delayed over and over again, and some were even doubting that the game would ever be released. Now, it has happened, though. Pro Cycling hit the stores yesterday in Italia, France, Spain, The Netherlands and Belgium, leaving out other "important" countries such as Germany and the Scandinavian countries.
Thanks to Dankan for the tip.

Titan 05 finally closing in
T-Photon has been working on the Titan 2005-DB for a very, very long time. Recently, the project hasn't progressed much due to a problem with the sponsor goals, but yesterday the problem was finally fixed. This means that a release date is getting closer. On Saturday the 29th of September, the beta will be sent out to the beta testers along with new screenshots and a trailer for the public. This day will also be the day where the final release date is announced.
#1 | doddy13 on 18. September 2007 21:22
new server, nice one Wink
#2 | mrlol on 19. September 2007 08:00
we'll need it the 30th Smile
#3 | CrueTrue on 19. September 2007 08:02
Certainly Wink
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