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Archive for April, 2008


Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

Here is a game that a lot of people have been waiting for. Having a perfect score at Gamespot, would make you think “what is in this game”.

The game is available with the PS3 and XBOX 360, with an online support for up to 16 players. The game uses the Euphoria engine, that makes every action look different every time. Like when a character enters a car or gets shot by a gun. :)


Friday, April 25th, 2008

Want to play your PS3/Xbox 360 with an HDTV, but don’t have enough budget for one? If yes, we have the same problem. But there is an alternative, instead of purchasing an HDTV we can get PC LCD’s with HDMI support. It’s cheaper, and can be used as a television by purchasing a stand alone TV box.

Here’s an example of an LCD with HDMI support.

This is a HANNSG HG216 22 inch model.

Iron Man Armors

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

Here are some of the armors available in the Iron Man game. Each armor is different. I wish there was an armor that was full power. Maybe cheat codes. :)

Exclusive for the Xbox 360

Exclusive for the PS3

SF4: Rufus

Friday, April 18th, 2008

Here’s another new character in Street Fighter 4, his name is Rufus. Not sure what his fighting style is, but he’s huge. Maybe he’s a replacement for Hugo from Street Fighter 3.

He looks like Bob from Tekken 6 and Big Bear (Raiden) from Fatal Fury.

Mario Super Sluggers

Monday, April 14th, 2008

Mario has done it all, from adventures, to racing, RPG and sports. He even had a puzzle game ala tetris game. Name it, he’s done it.

Now he’s adding another sports game to his line up, it’s Mario Super Sluggers. The game is developed by Namco Bandai, the same company that created Tekken.

Let’s just hope the game is super cool and able to use all the features of the Wii, specially the remote.

Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit

Wednesday, April 9th, 2008

Since the first DBZ game in the Super NES (or Super Famicom), I’ve always wanted to try any DBZ game, just because it’s so cool to see a character turn into their super form and see their super fireball attacks.

The DBZ Budokai series for the Playstation 2 was really nice, and the best for me would be the 3rd one, where in the game has a feature of letting the player guess what button the opponent pressed in order to stop his next attack.

Hopefully, this new DBZ game, Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit by Atari would still be a winner.