HvK-Gaming has been around since 2005, we were initially called "Clan HaVoK" as we were a Runescape PKing clan. We were the original kings of luring, we had no rules and no mercy for the fallen. Since then we have made changes and expanded into other games. Our main goal has never been to be competitive, but to have fun without the seriousness of most clans. We have always trusted our members to speak their minds and give us their opinions rather than to force our rules on them. We simply ask for respect and common sense of our members, nothing more.
HaVoK has grown from a clan to a community, and with time our members have branched out into other games. However we hate to see friends having to choose between two groups and wanted to keep them as members with no conflicts of other teams/clans/guilds, converting our clan into a community allows us to do so. If you're a gamer in general and you are not looking for heavy competition, but just a place to kick back and roll face, HaVoK may just be for you. Here is what to expect from HvK-Gaming
An interesting community While most forums believe in daisies and holding hands to keep the peace, we're a bit different. We don't purposely try to talk down to someone or make them feel uncomfortable/unwanted, but we do like to keep things interesting. So if you are thinking about joining, please be willing to take a joke and not offense to anything anyone tells you, especially Smoka Cola.
Communication Not only do we have our website and forums, we also have a Teamspeak 3 server, as well as Steam and Xfire groups. We believe it is key to communicate when gaming, you have a much better sense of what others are thinking and it is a recipe for hilarity when you're gaming with enough people. So please feel free to join our Teamspeak 3 server.
To make sure you're always connected, use "ts.hvk-gaming.com" for the address instead.
Ad-free Currently we are trying to keep our website and servers ad-free, over time this may change as new hardware will be needed, and we may start having contest with real world prizes.
Nothing gets blocked here, but they monitor the access you have for the pc, you can't download things yourself because there is a package installer program called Capainstaller that have pre-packaged programs that fit studies. Only thing I noticed blocked is every single japanese forum my friend tries to enter
About that GTA IV Online: By ending games for windows live they really meant ABANDONING it. You have no online accounts anymore and the current ones are reset and changed to local. Only way to play online is to use a LAN networking service like Hamachi or Tunngle