Saturday, September 25, 2010
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
I have fully played the other games and found them to be amazing as well.
I would say I am about half way through and the puzzles can be a bit tough. The gameplay is more or less the same from the previous versions. Animation is great, especially with Layton shooting mobsters with a slot machine gun. Will update more about Layton later. Time to visit my followers and then go to bed. Work in the morning!
|Solve more puzzles!|
Monday, September 20, 2010
Sunday, September 19, 2010
Minecraft, the indie hit for PC whose popularity has gone meteoric of late, has found its servers overwhelmed. Playing the game isn't affected by the trouble, however. As such, its creator has declared it "free-to-play" until he can restore order.
Per a barebones page on the Minecraft page, Markus Persson, aka "Notch," says that "Minecraft got way too popular for this humble server. I've had to disable everything fancy to even get it to run."
Presently, registering an account, buying the game and user verification for online servers are all inactive. But playing the game and player skins still work.
"Until this all gets sorted out, I'm officially calling a 'free-to-play weekend,' or however long this will take to fix," says Notch. "You will need to have a paid account to play it later on when this gets fixed though."
The official page (linked below) has download links for Windows, MacOS and Linux-supported versions of Minecraft.
Saturday, September 18, 2010
The PlayStation Move works in conjunction with the PlayStations Eye camera to track the movement of the controller in the player's hand. The orb at the tip of the controller emits light that can easily be tracked via the camera, while the orb's particular shape and size help facilitate distance calculations. In layman's terms, the PlayStation Eye can determine how far away the orb is by gauging its relative size.
The Move also contains a pair of inertial sensors that allow the controller to sense motion and rotation.
The cost of the PlayStation Move depends on what equipment you already possess. We'll be using North American pricing for this guide. International pricing may vary.
If you do not own a PlayStation 3, then you'll want to pick up the PlayStation 3 Sports Champions Move Bundle, which includes a PlayStation 3 console, a PlayStation Move controller, the PlayStation Eye camera, and a copy of the Move game Sports Champions. Retail price is $399.99.
If you already own a PlayStation 3 but nothing else, you'll need the PlayStation Move Bundle. Retailing for $99.99, it includes the PlayStation Move controller, a PlayStation Eye camera, and a copy of Sports Champions.
If you already own a PlayStation Eye, which was sold on its own as well as being packaged with the PlayStation 3 game Eye of Judgment, then all you will need is a PlayStation Move controller, which will run you $49.99.
It bears noting that many Move games will require the PlayStation Move Navigation Controller, a wireless handheld device featuring several buttons and an analog thumb stick that costs $29.99. Note that you can use the normal PlayStation 3 controller as the Navigation Controller, though it's not optimal.
Friday, September 17, 2010
I for one love the street fighter series and cant get enough of the gameplay!
How does everyone like the new outfits? >www.eventhubs.com
My favorites so far are,
Cody's, M. Bison's, Sakura's, Chun-Li's, and Makoto's.
I like playing as cammy.
But not to thrilled about her new outfit. :S oh well.
If anyone would ever want to play, shoot me your ps3 id.