Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Nintendo update**

Adam Sessler talks Project Café

Adam Sessler of G4TV has said in an interview that Nintendo’s new home console is the top thing he wants to see at E3. But what he says next is more interesting:
I’ve been pontificating on what they’re going to do with it and I definitely believe that this is not a successor to the Wii.  It’s probably closer to a successor to the GameCube, to kind of get to that core audience that Nintendo kind of lost with the Wii.
…and this leads into a thought we’ve heard before, with Sessler saying “I don’t think it’s there to replace the Wii. I think it’s yet another pillar in Nintendo’s arsenal.” I’m not too sure this will actually happen, but a large portion of the speculation phase is coming to an end, so we may as well bask in all its glory.

Wednesday, 25 May 2011


Hey guys, sorry for the lack of posting but i've been real caught up with school and i got into loads of legal shit to do with using my schools logo. Fucked up i know.

anyway, i'll hopefully have some more up this week if not im sorry!

Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Playstation network.

Sony on Saturday said it has started to gradually bring back its online PlayStation Network, beginning with California and some states in the Northeast.
Sony pulled the plug on its online game and entertainment network, which services tens of millions of PlayStation 3 users, when the company last month discovered that its data centers had been infiltrated and its customers' personal information most likely stolen.
Lawmakers, including Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Rep. Edward Markey (D-Mass.), made a fuss about the weeklong delay between the time Sony shut down its service and when it disclosed to its users that their information had been compromised.
The rebuke from policymakers prompted public apologies from senior Sony executives, including Chief Executive Howard Stringer and his heir apparent, Kazuo Hirai.
Sony has said it is working with the FBI to track down the hacker who illegally accessed its computers. A report by Bloomberg alleged that the infiltrator had rented's servers to launch the attack.

I honestly think this is all shit that should have never happened. it only did is because of Sony's bone-idleness.
Whats your oppinion fellow bloggers?

Sunday, 8 May 2011

With Apple iPad and Maxis WiFi Modem, I’m able to download the latest copy of some local newspaper as well as popular magazines, such as National Geographic, then read it whenever and wherever I’m free. Therefore, I’m buying less newspaper and magazine now. By having all digital copies of newspaper, magazine and even books downloaded into the iPad, hopefully the scene below will not be seen again. :)
Books, magazines, novels, newspapers.
Piles of books, magazines, novels and newspapers on a messy table at my friend’s house.

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

top 15 most popular video game websites!

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Top 15 Most Popular Video Game Websites | April 2011

1 | Yahoo! Games
178 - eBizMBA Rank | 22,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 250 - Compete Rank | 105 - Quantcast Rank | N/A - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

2 | ign
185 - eBizMBA Rank | 20,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 189 - Compete Rank | *128* - Quantcast Rank | 238 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

3 | GameSpot
188 - eBizMBA Rank | 20,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 219 - Compete Rank | 130 - Quantcast Rank | 217 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

4 | GameFAQs
311 - eBizMBA Rank | 12,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 328 - Compete Rank | 209 - Quantcast Rank | 396 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

5 | GameTrailers
858 - eBizMBA Rank | 6,450,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 1,439 - Compete Rank | 474 - Quantcast Rank | 667 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

6 | Kotaku
1,217 - eBizMBA Rank | 4,300,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 1,875 - Compete Rank | 584 - Quantcast Rank | 1,192 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

7 | CheatCC
1,359 - eBizMBA Rank | 3,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 636 - Compete Rank | 325 - Quantcast Rank | 3,115 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

8 | GamesRadar
1,735 - eBizMBA Rank | 3,000,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 1,494 - Compete Rank | 859 - Quantcast Rank | 2,853 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

9 | 1up
1,810 - eBizMBA Rank | 2,900,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 1,145 - Compete Rank | 1,577 - Quantcast Rank | 2,708 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

10 | GameSpy
2,020 - eBizMBA Rank | 2,850,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 2,232 - Compete Rank | 1,226 - Quantcast Rank | 2,601 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

11 | joystiq
2,263 - eBizMBA Rank | 2,600,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 2,169 - Compete Rank | 2,462 - Quantcast Rank | 2,159 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

12 | FileFront
2,412 - eBizMBA Rank | 2,100,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 2,855 - Compete Rank | 2,880 - Quantcast Rank | 1,500 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

13 | GiantBomb
3,714 - eBizMBA Rank | 1,600,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 3,779 - Compete Rank | 2,972 - Quantcast Rank | 4,391 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

14 | UGO
3,843 - eBizMBA Rank | 1,500,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 3,024 - Compete Rank | 2,010 - Quantcast Rank | 6,495 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

15 | Destructoid
3,922 - eBizMBA Rank | 1,400,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 4,276 - Compete Rank | 2,839 - Quantcast Rank | 4,651 - Alexa Rank.
Most Popular Video Game Websites | Updated 4/20/2011 | eBizMBA

Sunday, 1 May 2011

worst games of 2010!

The 10 most disappointing games of 2010

APB ... promised so much, but scuppered by technical difficulties and hubris
Alan Wake (Remedy Entertainment, Xbox 360)
This noir-esque "psychological action thriller" from Max Payne
developer Remedy emerged blinking into the sunlight after no less
than five years of development and vast hype. But despite its inclusion in the Guardian's Top 20 Games of 2010, I felt that a mediocre game hid beneath its pretentious literary epidermis. Sure, it was atmospheric, scary and cinematic, but it didn't half rub your face in it with a smug sense of self-satisfaction. The fight scenes were repetitive, the hyper-addictive gameplay that made Max Payne so special was nowhere in evidence, and between action sections you were force-fed vast chunks of sludgy and cliché-ridden story in video or sometimes even text format. In trying too hard to be an interactive literary experience, it totally forgot that it was supposed to be a game. Or even fun.
Alpha Protocol (Obsidian Entertainment, PC, Xbox 360, PS3)
Ugly and generic to look at, and annoying to play, this RPG from the makers of Knights of the Old Republic II, Neverwinter Nights and Fallout: New Vegas completely failed to live up to its pedigree. The concept was unusual and interesting, and there were a few genuinely neat touches sprinkled around. Unfortunately, pretty much everything else about it let it down, especially the clunky combat and the ludicrous AI.
APB: All Points Bulletin (Realtime Worlds, PC)
Basically Grand Theft Auto, except online and massively multiplayer. How could any developer possibly screw that up? Well, APB, in planning since as early as 2005, and a long-time pipedream of GTA lead developer David Jones, comprehensively answered that question. The driving dynamics were appalling: buggy, unsatisfying and constantly irritating. Gunfights weren't much better, and while occasionally completing missions with big groups of friends could be satisfying, the gameplay mechanics hamstrung the experience. After a very poor public and critical response, APB was shut down in September, about three months after it was launched. It may reappear in 2011 as a free-to-play, but it is more likely that it has been flushed for good.
Clash of the Titans (Game Republic, Xbox 360, PS3)
Developer Game Republic pretty much went at the God of War franchise with tracing paper to make this. It is therefore a mystery to me how they managed to miss God of War's fun factor by a matter of miles. Combat was fiddly and complicated and repetitive and frankly terrible, the story felt like a child's My First Greek Myths And Legends book translated from the original Greek by someone who didn't speak Greek with no interest in Greek myths or legends, or writing of any kind, and the characters were blander than homeopathic soup.
Dark Void (Airtight Games, PC, Xbox 360, PS3)
This game had a very promising idea: a 1930s-era fighter pilot gets sucked into an alternative reality through the Bermuda Triangle and finds a jet pack. Unfortunately, everything about the execution of this sub-par shooter just lacked spark. It purloined bits from much better games – the jungle from Uncharted 2, the cover mechanism from Gears of War – but then clumsily ruined them all, amalgamating them into a single messy lump.
Fighters Uncaged (AMA Studios, Xbox 360 Kinect)
Remember all that fuss about Kinect changing the way we interact with games forever? Well, this lame beat-'em-up showed that we shouldn't always believe the marketing. Buggy, agonisingly slow to respond and unsatisfying when your movements finally translated to the screen, it was a total let-down. To add insult to considerable injury, it was also cursed with one of the worst soundtracks any game has ever had, and its lack of any multiplayer – a beat-'em-up without a multiplayer! – was the icing on the cowpat.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (EA Bright Light Studio, PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii)
A change of direction from the previous games led EA's Bright Light Studio to stray from its comfort zone, and it showed. Buggy, difficult to control and packed with side-missions that were poorly-disguised filler, its attempt to become more of a darker, combat-oriented game floundered helplessly on poor combat, worse duck-and-cover mechanics, and level design that it would be charitable to call uninspired. It doesn't help that there's also a Lego Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows coming out, which is probably going to blow this completely out of the water with all the usual Lego-y brilliance.
Iron Man 2 (Sega Studios San Fransisco, Xbox 360, PS3, Wii)
This execrable game wins extra disappointment points for having two battle-suits on the box and then failing to provide a multiplayer: just an alternate suit to play the one-player mode with. Not that a two-player option would have rescued Iron Man 2. This charmless – in fact, spectacularly dreadful – movie tie-in actually managed to screw up in every category: controls, combat, movement, camera, graphics and story (despite a stellar cast of voice actors drafted in from the movie). A repulsor blast to the face would be preferable to ever encountering Iron Man 2 again.
Saw II: Flesh and Blood (Zombie Studios, Xbox 360, PS3)
After the first game, which was a sort of greyed-out and watered-down version of Arkham Asylum peppered with arbitrary quick-time sequences, the second did not have much to live up to. Somehow it still managed to disappoint. Elements that were even the slightest bit promising in the first game – the puzzles and the tense atmosphere – were washed away in a putrid flood of lazy design and cheap shock'n'gore. Saw II manages to make its predecessor appear almost competent in comparison.
Sonic Free Riders (Sonic Team, Xbox 360 Kinect)
Another launch title for the Kinect that let everyone down. This time it featured our favourite blue spiky flea-bitten ringworm-riddled woodland bug-eater and his friends riding hover-boards. This game doesn't really belong on the "disappointments" list because the last few titles in the series have been critically savaged and expectations were sub-zero. However, though we don't know why Microsoft decided despite universal disapproval that Free Riders was to be a launch game on the Kinect, we might at least have expected them to make it work properly. They didn't. Control was achieved more by luck and flailing than by positive activity on the part of the player, and the game was hilariously limited in scope.
Which have been your biggest gaming disappointments of the year? Let us know in the comments section and save other readers your plight!

Friday, 29 April 2011

top 11 gadgets pof 2011! +upcoming!

1) Google Nexus 3:

Google’s Nexus is a speedy smart phone. It’s a intuitive handset having five customizable home screens with animated backgrounds. It also provides slick speech recognition capabilities. Nexus is now integrated with most of the software services provided by Google. Nexus One represent itself as a search giant’s first expansion in the world of e- commerce and hardware. Although that some well-publicized customer service issues come up with the device, still it remains among those ionic customer electronics which are at top of the list throughout the year.
2) RIM BlackBerry Presenter

As many of you have already noticed that micro and mini projectors will be available soon.  Manufactures like 3M, Microvision and other. Thank God this handy 3.4-inch x 2.4-inch boxlike accessory is designed, so that it can be used with BlackBerry smart phones. It is very simple in use. What you have to do is that, simply connect it with a projector or monitor and you can use Blutetooth connectivity in order to display Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 and 2007 slides directly from your handset. You can pause images, set slides to automatically swap at prearranged intervals and in this way you can enjoy the benefit of accurate reproductions with most visual and animated effects.
3) PlayStation Phone by Sony

Sony, the leader of innovative technologies is ready to launch playstation phone code named “Zeus” in early 2011. Zeus would have Andriod 3.0 Gingerbread operating system. It also contains SD slot card having 8GB of memory with 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8655 processor. It comes up with 3.8 display and graphics processing unit of Adreno 205. This superb phone also contains 1GB ROM and 512 MB RAM. 3.8″ touch screen and its touch pad is just like gaming console of PSP. Through PlayStation Phone you can also download different games. So for those who love games, it is going to be a best product.
4) 3D Vaio by Sony
In order to be synchronize with BRAVIA glasses 3D laptop computer by Sony will boast of IR blaster. Lodged in F series chassis, the laptop contains display of 16”, so it can also be used for PS3. For games and videos, this laptop comes up with 1080p 240fps display. You can upgrade it from 2D to 3D with Blu-ray drives. In order to retain crystal clear picture quality, 3D VAIO uses the same technology in BRAVIA TV, with Black Frame Insertion. 3D VAIO used sequential technology for HD display while utilizing shutter glass. With just one touch button you can change between 2D to 3D. So, 3D VAIO would be a 0utstanding electronic gadget of 2011.
5) Apple iPhone 5

Apple iPhone 5 is based on face recognition mechanism with a sleek design. It contains 64GB memory with OLED screen. With GPS navigation feature you are able to synchronize with iTunes and customize SMS alerts and tones with HD audio quality. With Apple iPhone5 you can do video chat on 3G. For more durability, the screen is made scratch protected. For improved resolution it contains the most advanced graphic chips in it with chips dual core processors. On iPhone 5 you are also able to watch local channels. It also includes Pico projector which is used for presentation on a wall or flat surface.
6) PlayBook by BlackBerry

With simplified and advanced operating system BlackBerry is going to launch PlayBook. It would be highly compatible with current web requirements such like HTML5. This BlackBerry Tablet Operating System also called as QNX, supports open GL and PSIX. It will also be compatible with Adobe AIR and Flash 10.1. It comes up with 1GHZ processor, 1GB of Ram, 3MP camera with 5MP lens and 1024X600, 7″ display. Playbook offer video conferencing and features micro USB jack, 1080p resolution, Wi-Fi, HDMI port and Blue Tooth. Playbook is hardly just 0.4” thick and approximately weighs just 450 grams. It is possible to extract the data out of BlackBerry on PlayBook with the help of BlueTooth tethering application.
7) 3DS by Nintendo

The Nintendo 3D comes up with 2 outward lenses and 1 inward lense for taking pictures and it is compatible with 3D graphics sans glasses. With outward lens you can take picture of any person and at the same instant the user’s picture can be taken with the inward lens. It is possible to combine two images and produce a single one. Users cartoon avatars automatically created by 3DS. It also enables users of 2DS for communication. With the help of tag mode, you are able to get the details of another user of 3DS, like you can come to know about the games he or she played last.

8) Samsung LED 9000 Series

Samsung’s LED 9000 series of television sets is pencil-thin. Yes it’s just 0.3 inches wide and it can support and having the great ability to display 3D images and can convert 2D content into third dimension. You must be impressed by knowing that it can offer great support for downloadable apps, just like you’d find on the iPhone or Nexus One. Its application served via open development platform which means that any entrepreneur is able to insert content in it and can add up huge functionality, from the world of social networking clients to the downloadable games.
10) Palm Pre Plus

With minor changes in hardware the newer version of palm pre comes up with patch up keyboard and some little changes in user interface. It contains 3.1 inch multi touch screen with 320×480 resolution with HVGA display. In order to capture amateur video capture, it contains 3MP camera with LED flash. Palm Pre Plus will be coming up with Verizon. It runs on WebOS in its smartphone platform, which gives applications like Hotspot Tethering. You can get Palm Pre Plus for just 150 $ with two years Verizon contacts with their data plans.

11) Lenovo IdeaPad U1

Lenovo IdeaPad U1 is a 1.6 inch Linux based PC. It can also become a fully functional 3.7lb notebook having multi-touch capabilities that boasts an Intel Core 2 Duo processor. This device really functions well while offering solid five hours of battery life. E-mail and other web surfing facilities are also available. It attracts to those mobile professionals who are looking for great diversity in computing solution. So you can call it as two for one deal.