It was a promising week, but unfortunately it didn’t meet the ‘Buzz requirements’. The action started last week, just when we published Buzz Issue #54. Two members of the underground crew Asura started to shoot several innocent players. An incredible fast shooting, which resulted in more than 250 killed accounts. So, that was all the action we witnessed this week. But it started so promising?! Yeah, we know!
In Issue #53, BSF2000 informed us about a coming feature; the achievements. To be more exact, he stated: ‘Being completed sometime towards the end of Q1 or towards the begging of Q2’. We at the Buzz were extremely curious about this new feature and we really wanted to write a fancy article about it. Unfortunately we are still waiting for BSF2000 to launch this new feature. Promising week right?! Yeahhh, we know!
So we didn’t witness any fancy updates, but we did witness a noisy uproar. This week we noticed a topic in the Game Forum created by a player named WalterWhite, also known as Sean. The title of his topic says it all; ‘Stand up to BSF – Boycott points’. We at the Buzz found this pretty interesting and therefore this issue is mostly about the current state of Bootleggers. That brings us to the content of the week! First of all we have another community picks for you. The subject of this week’s community picks is domination. What is the opinion of Mika regarding this subject and what is going to happen if Bootleggers is really being dominated? Fortunately we talked with more green looking weirdoes! We also had a very interesting interview with Sky, mainly about the delayed achievements feature.
So, that’s it for this week?! We don’t think so! Sodium wrote an amazing column about the current Missions on Bootleggers. Do we need more missions and if so, what kind of new missions? Are the current missions too hard or way too easy? All those questions are answered in his amazing column which you are definitely going to read! Last but not least we have an article about the new busting crew; Dirty Busters. Not a lot news in this issue, but that’s all your fault! Give us some action and we will give you the articles! Alright, I hope you all enjoy this issue! In case you don’t, then feel free to tell us your extremely valid reason. Have a good Sunday!
Anyone For Funsies?
A bombardment of names to the recent Kills. Who could be behind this? Of course, Asura!
You don't want to read all the articles? You only want to read a small overview of what happened this week? We give you, The Weekly Flash! Here are this week's main stories:
250 kills and 1,6 million bullets. Asura says hi. Another week and another shooting spree. Last Sunday we witnessed Dissonance and RemyLeBeau, both underground shooters of Asura, shooting more than 250 accounts. A very fast en impressive shooting, well done!
Oh, you dirty boy! The statistics crew, Dirty House, decided to start another statistics crew; Dirty Busters!
The Buzz presents ''The Bootleggers Organized Crime Book Of Records''! That's right! Each week we will update you with the highest/lowest/average Organized Crime vault!
The current highest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $946,051
The current lowest vault of a one car Organized Crime: $78,068
The current average vault of a one car Organized Crime: $257,513
The current highest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $460,179
The current lowest vault of a two car Organized Crime: $460,179
The current average vault of a two car Organized Crime: $460,179
The total amount of stolen money, based on Organized Crimes only, is: $241,749,887
The average vault for the state Illinois is: $170,736
The average vault for the state Michigan is: $244,710
The average vault for the state California is: $297,626
The average vault for the state New York is: $264,574
The average vault for the state Colorado is: $251,874
The average vault for the state Pennsylvania is: $254,824
The average vault for the state Louisiana is: $295,617
The average vault for the state Nevada is: $289,208
The average vault for the state New Jersey is: $287,628