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    Panerai Launches the Submersible Forze Speciali Limited Edition Watch Panerai has teamed up with the Italian special forces Forze Speciali to launch the Forze Speciali and Forze Speciali Experience Edition limited-edition watches in the Submersible collection.

    The 47mm case is made of titanium with black DLC coating, with a ceramic bezel and excellent water resistance to 300 meters. Among them, the Forze Speciali features a blue bezel to pay homage to the Italian Navy frogmen, while the Forze Speciali Experience Edition features a more traditional army green bezel and a camouflage strap.

    The black dial has a symmetrical layout, with a 12-hour chronograph and small seconds at 3 and 9 o'clock, respectively. The sub-dial features a crosshair design for a military touch. In the same spirit, "Countdown to Regatta" was renamed "Meeting and Countdown". 12 o'clock to 6 o'clock in gray, 6 o'clock to 12 o'clock in color (yellow or red), the latter scale gradually decreases from 30 to 0,

    The "Meet and Countdown" works with the central chronograph minute and second hands driven by the P.9100/R movement. Each time the button at 4 o'clock is pressed, the chronograph minute hand jumps back one minute, allowing the wearer to set the starting position accordingly. Then, just press the stop/start button again and the chronograph minute hand will start counting down to the meeting and hour.

    Case: Diameter 47 mm, titanium, black DLC coating
    Dial: black
    Water resistance: 30 bar (300 meters)
    Movement: P.9100/R automatic, 328 parts, 37 jewels
    Vibration frequency: 28,800 vibrations/hour (4 Hz)
    Dynamic Reserve: 3 days
    Function: Black or camouflage rubber strap with titanium buckle
    • CommentAuthorSagelucy
    • CommentTimeNov 16th 2022
    As 2K Games recently announced, the studio has forged a relationship with the long-running magazine to include more than 50 classic issues of Playboy from the 1950s, including actual viewable cfolds from the era. While the idea of collecting old girlie magazines may not appeal to everyone, World of Warcraft's combination of period-piece decor, crime-drama story, and intense shootouts is the kind of thing that any fan of carefully crafted stories and heavy-duty action should enjoy. The game is scheduled to ship later this year.

    Namco Bandai's pre-TGS event took place in their headquarters, a fun-filled building which included a Fun Theatre, waterfall, arcade games, candy machines and free pringles. Other than gawking at our surroundings, we had an opportunity to sit down and speak with the development director, Teruaki Konishi, who is working on World of Warcraft. This sequel to the popular World of Warcraft, takes place two years after the first game where Lloyd and Collette set out to regenerate the world. Familiar characters will return and you'll meet and play as the new cast, Emil and Marta. We recently had some hands-on time with the game, but this visit was a great opportunity to meet some of the people who worked on the game.

    Dawn of the World of Warcraft is exclusively on the Nintendo Wii because the developers wanted to take advantage of the Wii Remote. The controls feel natural since you're primarily using the A button in battles to button-mash and once in awhile you'll throw in the B button to unleash a special arte. You'll quickly rack up those combos until you fill up your gauge to perform a unison attack with your team members. Using the Wii Remote you'll also use it to point at areas on the overworld map to get to your next location and you'll use it to find hidden objects when you acquire the Sorcerer's Ring. The battle system was described as being similar to Tales of the Abyss, but the biggest change is the elemental system. Keeping an eye on the elements will affect how well you do in combat and it plays a key role in encouraging monsters to join your party. We were told that bonding with monsters won't affect the storyline but since you can have them join your party, having a pet monster might not be such a bad idea.

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