By admin | January 10, 2011
Need for Speed is a franchise. That’s why I’m bringing the patch for Need for Speed Underground 2 on PC version. This patch fixes some pretty significant problems, such as performance Nvidia 6800 card that use high resolutions, the ability to create LAN games require Internet connection and other technical details very annoying.
The patch weighs only eight megabytes and can be downloaded by clicking here . Installation is virtually automatic and should only give after the questions put to them except that you have installed the game in another directory than the default, in which case they must guide the installation to the directory you chose (something quite easy, just have to select the folder). Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | January 9, 2011
Here are some interesting images that mythical PSP2, which would have been seen by some scholars who later made a description to an artist and then we come to these very well-designed images . The idea is to give a refined version of the PSP, which has almost become a dodo in recent years and that really needs some changes to compete against Nintendo 3DS Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | January 8, 2011
Everything points to Assassins Creed 3 will land in 2011, ending the first trilogy of adventures of Desmond Miles and genetic ancestry (4 games would be if we Brotherhood). Nothing is known about this affair except that it may develop in the era of Desmond and finally give your character wins the opportunity to do more to revive the memories of their ancestors.
I assume that the story will continue, but at least we reach an impasse here and probably a break for a couple of years to develop new Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | January 7, 2011
For the nostalgic, Pokemon was a huge part of their childhoods, so today I bring you this guide to Pokemon Crystal. The game was released on sale in 2000 for the venerable Game Boy Color and became an instant classic for fans, but many critics said it was almost the same as Gold and Silver. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | January 6, 2011
Release Date: November 18, 2010
The software company Bethesda Softworks is not content to keep gamers glued to the screen million thanks to blockbusters like The Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion, Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas, but try to penetrate the distribution network for digital excellence, and conquer it all Owners of iPhone and iPad. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | January 5, 2011
Genre: Racing Bikes
Indicative price: € 59.90
System requirements: Xbox 360
The trial version is a promo for the print version but essentially the same as that found on the shelves of stores in which of course must be added manually. SBK now, now X edition, for those not familiar is a motorcycle racing title that uses officially licensed Superstock, WSS, SBK, and is developed by Milestone. Read the rest of this entry »
Kinectimals, Dance Central, Kinect Sports, and Joy Ride Kinect was Kinect Christmas games for the Xbox 360
By admin | January 4, 2011
Kinectimals, Dance Central,
Kinect Sports, and Kinect Joy Ride
Indicative price: from € 39.90 approx.
Score: from 90/100 to 94/100
System requirements: Xbox 360 with Kinect
Kinectimals, Dance Central, Kinect Sports, and Joy Ride Kinect was Kinect Christmas games for the Xbox 360. Just a few days at Christmas and for those who are undecided about what to give yourself or to others, Microsoft is offering Xbox 360 Kinect, an interesting range of 4 games to suit all tastes and all ages. The selection we offer is in fact composed by a Central title Dance Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | January 3, 2011
Distributor: Blue Label
System Requirements: 2000/XP/Vista CPU 2.0 GHz, 1 GB of RAM, video card GeForce 6 or eq., DirectX 9.0c compatible sound, DVD player, 2.0 GB of disk space
Experience 112 is a innovative game thriller – adventure where you help a girl through the terminal, to escape from his prison. The package contains the game disc and the usual manuals. Installation is quick and the overall disk space is about 2 GB. The game starts when connected to a terminal after having access to a system of surveillance that shows the inside of a ship capsized and lost in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Inside look at a woman, the Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | January 2, 2011
Every day you learn something. Unaware of the GT Academy 2010, An educational style Bloopers composed of the best players Gran Turismo. Its purpose is to facilitate the leap from virtual racing the real thing. So, as it sounds. Two finalists Jordan Tresson of France and Italian Luca Lorenzini, Driving a 370Z in Britcar Production Series. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | January 1, 2011
Series Empire: Total War will definitely be a big name PC games with this latest installment Empire Total War. With this new album, we have the right to a further period (1700/1800), a scripted campaign, 300 new units, a far more extensive card, etc.
Of the whole saga Total War, this latest installment is the most Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | December 31, 2010
Divinity 2: Ego Draconis is an action-RPG very good. The richness of his world and the quality of his writing make good progress, despite a disappointing main quest, linear, and a bland hero and soft knee.
The many battles are relatively simple to access, connect it to the world of hack and slash, but make no mistake: it deserves the Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | December 30, 2010
Impressive video has been created a group known as Ninja Moped and composed by Daniel Larsson and Thomas Redigh. This is a priceless tribute to video games that made use of apparent pixel flat sprites and arcade coin-operated.
The piece has been recorded by stop-motion ‘, frame by frame, with coins that act as pixels on a huge black blanket. The result is so spectacular that it is hard to believe. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | December 29, 2010
We have already dedicated several notes to this new adventure game by Telltale Games, based on the Back to the Future trilogy. But only now can speak officially, since Telltale revealed details of Back To The Future: The Videogame, As well as three excellent pictures of what will be this exciting new adventure. We wait for Windows and MacOS X in late 2010 and iPad and PlayStation 3 in early 2011. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | April 10, 2013
Gaming designers work day and night for months on end to create some of the best designed locations and levels in the world of emerging video games. In 2011, dozens of video games were released in all manners of genres, each of which takes the players to new realms and areas both fictional and historical. Up-and-coming designers as well as avid video game enthusiasts always love seeing what new advancements and creations the latest video game will feature.
Assassins Creed Revelations: Masyaf
The historical city stronghold of the Assassin order in the early 11th century, Masyaf makes a return from its original appearance in the first Assassins Creed video game. Of course, Masyaf varies between a state of disrepair as well as the state of prominence, depending n the time era that the player is currently in, the design of the great city was perfectly historical. Designers worked hard to make the city as accurate as it could possibly, drawing many of its inspirations from actual architecture of the time. The stronghold is a minor location in both storylines of Altair and Ezio alike, meaning that the location has representations in the 11th century as well as the 15th century. This adds more value to the design credentials of the game. It is a fantastically designed level that was painstakingly crafted to present a model depiction of the historic Maysaf.
Dragon Age 2: The Viscount’s Keep
The Keep of the lord and master of Kirkwall is a relatively minor location in the early levels of the game. However, as time goes on in Dragon Age 2, players find more and more reason to make their way to the social and economic hub of the great metropolis of Kirkwall. For this reason, designers took many efforts to make the keep as detailed as they possibly could. The keep contains a main entry hall as well as a guard barracks and the Viscount’s personal chambers. Throughout the course of the game, new characters are found in the keep, conversing and chatting with one another in tediously scripted encounters and dialogues. Because of the depth and the detailed level of design that the game entails, the Viscount’s Keep is clearly one of the finest levels that the designers came up with for the much anticipated Dragon Age sequel. There are many locations in the city of Kirkwall that are worthy of accommodation, however, the Keep is one that truly makes the player feel as if they are in the thick of the fantasy.
L.A. Noire: Police Station
Any enthusiasts of the noire genre will be more than happy with the designer’s representation of the police station in L.A. Noire. The police station is the central hub of the game where players go to get new missions, associate with colleagues as well as interrogate witnesses and potential suspects. The designers of the game went through hours of designing and researching to create the best possible representation of what a police station in the 1940s would look like. Throughout the halls and rooms of the station, players can see dozens of different miniature details that depict an operating police central, complete with various conversations going on, diverse radio programs to be heard in the background as well as dispatch calls that randomly play throughout the course of the player’s stay in the station. Any player who values detail in the games that they play will find many fantastic elements about the police station in L.A. Noire. Without a doubt, the most details and the most accurately depicted area of the historical 1947 Los Angeles is the police station hub.
Skyrim: Winterhold City
Hundreds of man-hours went in to the creation of the newest game in the Elder Scrolls series. Skyrim is filled with various locations, cities, dungeons, castles, caverns and other similar places. Though there are many different places to see in the game, one of the most finely designed areas of Skyrim is Winterhold City. Winterhold City is one of the most popular and the most commonly traversed areas of Skyrim. Throughout the avenues of the city, players encounter various characters and areas that are strenuously crafted to a microscopic level of detail that is unsurpassed by any game in the fantasy genre. Among the many varied levels of the game, Winterhold City is clearly one of the finest ones that are available to the gaming adventurer.
Though this is but a paltry representation of all of the various levels and areas that the games of 2011 brought, they clearly depict some of the most meticulous designs that the gaming world has seen up until the 2011 series. Even with new games being crafted, promising to bring new innovation to the design of levels and areas, any game level would be hard pressed to match some of the fantastic designs seen in these popular and well-done video games.
By admin | April 13, 2011
The game, Portal, is a great game to learn and play online blackjack, online roulette as well as online bingo. Based on a simple idea, Portal is an online game about a man who is trying to escape from a holding cell and get out of a large complex of buildings. To accomplish this feat, the main character has one special weapon. To get through what would be impossible or impassible physical and geographical obstacles, the main character can shoot a portal onto walls, floors and ceilings to create an escape route and reach the exit.
Portal – How To Play
To play this Flash-based game, all you need is a working mouse that is connected to a computer and an internet connection. Players find themselves inside of a holding cell they must get out of. To do this, the aforementioned special device is to be used. The Aperture Science Handheld Portal Device, or ASHPD, shoots two specialized beams. One blue beam is shot first. This beam creates an entrance portal through which the player will be able to pass, but not before they place the second, orange exit portal. Place both, and the placer can freely move between both portals. This enables the character to surpass large walls and facades that would otherwise prove impassable.
Portal – Strategy
It’s important to remember that when you shoot your portals to try and plot an escape, you need to place the exit portal in a safe place that won’t plop you down in a disadvantageous situation. When you exit a portal at a certain speed, you will exit the other portal at the same speed, so be careful that you don’t run off of a cliff or put yourself right back where you started from. Portal – The Levels
The first level of Portal is easy, and so is the second one. But this simple concept of escaping via portals can get very tricky very fast. Progressive levels get progressively more complex. To get different startegies on how you can get through on the game in a seemless way you may want to consider reading game science for they offer a vast and different varieties of startegies depending on the game. And to add a little extra challenge, as you progress, the wall space that you are able to use for planting your portals diminishes. Walls will become more “blacked out” more frequently as you move up in stages.
Portal – Cost And Ease of Play
One of the best things about this online game is that there is no need to buy a an expensive console. There’s no disc to buy either. It’s all free because it’s all based online. For added fun, you can easily turn your friends and family onto the game with a simple challenge email.
By admin | March 15, 2011
Google is a company known for its innovation and ideas. The Google Science fair is one such example of the pioneer mentality of this company. What makes this science fair unique is that it will be the world’s first online science related competition. It is meant for students who are currently enrolled in school. The age bracket is from 13 to 18.Students who wish to join this fair, will need to submit their science projects online. Students from around the world are invited to join this completion. However, student’s hailing from certain countries will be barred. The countries included on this list are on the Google science fair website. All entries and applications must be done in English.
There is also a choice regarding the number of students entering. Either single students or students in a group, up to 3 in a group, are accepted. The age groups have been divided into three different parts. The groups are 13 to 14, 15 to 16 and 17 to 18. There are several different prizes to be won. The prizes are a trip to the Galapagos Islands courtesy the National Geographic society, scholarships from Google, Scientific American, CERN and the Lego Group.
There are several things that need to be done to enter the Google science fair and competition. The following are the main ones.
The first part will involve planning. This means students will need to make up their mind if they are entering as an individual or as a group. Next is to choose a category to enter. The categories are earth and environmental science, math and computer science, flora and fauna, behavioral and social sciences, inventions and innovations, energy and space, chemistry, physics, biology, food science, electricity and electronics. Next the student will need to register. After registering, all the supporting data, graphs, pictures etc, will need to be entered into the Google science fair project website. A two minute video or 20 slide presentation is an essential part of submitting your project. Deadline of all submissions is on April 4 2011.
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By admin | February 27, 2011
Bridge Tactics, is a free online physics game. You can play it at cbbc games. The key to this game is placing dynamite strategically on a bridge in order to destroy enemy units. This is a slight variation on your standard tower defense game and offers multiple levels to play through. The way area in which this game lacks is true wow factor. Granted, its a free online flash game but I have seen some free games lately that are truly magnificient. This just doesn’t bring anything new to the table we haven’t seen before besides being a reverse version of Rampart. What this game could use is a better interface than the mouse click. The dynamite you put on the bridge has to be clicked individually in order for it to explode. WHile this requires expert reflexes , it can be daunting if you are trying to make a bigger chain reaction. The one thing I can say though is that it’s glitch free unlike many flash games that are bug laden. If you are looking for something different then Bridge Tactics is good enough but doesn’t really wow. It’s defiantly worth checking out but I hope the design team makes the game more accessible next time. Though since it is a free game I suppose you get what you pay for.
By admin | February 10, 2011
Bejeweled 3 no chances with drastic changes, instead, it retains the classic style of the game before, looking to capture your attention in new ways and a few surprises. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | February 10, 2011
The U.S. company announced that World of War craft: Cataclysm sold more than 3.3 million copies worldwide in just 24 hours of its release. The figures covered sales in traditional distribution channels and online downloads.
Cataclysm stressed that Blizzard has won the title as the fastest-selling game in history. Cataclysm incorporates new features to the world of World of War craft, as extra scenes, the possibility of reaching level 85 and two extra races, the goblins and worgen. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | February 7, 2011
The main cities of Germany and the rest of Europe are about to become disaster areas. An unprecedented heat wave is crippling Berlin, while Paris is threatened by riots and looting after a devastating storm. EMERGENCY In 2012, rescue specialists with the latest equipment await orders from the player to restore peace and keep the situation under control. Everything is available from rescue helicopters and cranes to fire trucks with ladders rotating and, as a new feature, unmanned surveillance aircraft.
EMERGENCY series practically has established and shaped the entire genre of rescue simulation. In the fourth quarter of 2010, the traditional series is intended to be continued. Quadriga developer and distributor Games Deep Silver have today released the first images and details regarding EMERGENCY 2010, the next installment of the consolidated EMERGENCY game developer team of Ralph Stock. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | February 7, 2011
Planet Baobab , platform game, created with the intent to amuse the children while improving their skills. Of course in a totally safe, since both the registration and activities such as chat, are moderated by experts and by parents. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | February 5, 2011
Films of the 80 are responsible for many fashion and the trilogy of Back to the Future is responsible for a lot. If you cause a bit of nostalgia to see tire marks with fire and a much modified DeLorean, then these titles will make you happy.
Instead of recreating the events of the movie, Back to the Future: The Game explores new territory and continues with the jumps in time of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown. It’s About Time is the name of this first episode that begins months after the third film and not all is well in Hill Valley. Read the rest of this entry »
By admin | February 5, 2011
If your dream has been to fight crime alongside Superman, or sprinting behind Flash, DC Universe Online is the ideal game for fun online with the most popular cartoons.
As is tradition in RPGs, the first step is to create a hero from scratch, picking your arsenal and abilities. If you decide to fight on the side of justice, the iconic Wonder Woman will be your mentor in the virtual world; otherwise you will have to follow the advice of Lex Luther to turn your character around a villain. Read the rest of this entry »
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