Thursday, February 18, 2010

act 1>>:/worth the bytes...


Wahhh long time loo xupdate my blog.. ekeke.. busy playing games maaa.. haiyaa speaking in slang coz new year maahh.. ekekeke..

A week long holiday.. and i am busy finishing every single video games that i had.. Finished playing Mass Effect 2 (Miranda grrr miaww.. hehe..) darm good game bcoz almost 100% never skip the dialog.. wahh cannot wait for Mass Effect 3.. dis year 2 bioware rpg i suda balon kasi habes.. Dragon Age Origin n Mass Effect 2.. Now im playing Bioshock 2 n im still not feeling it... hmmm.. also torrenting 15gb AvP.. hope the game worth the bytes..

Orait.. Here is "the week" games, apps, tech, food..... bla bla.. etc.

Sound of the week - Carla Bruni - L'Amoureuse

(Et je chante pour toi la seule de toute les choses)

Games of the week - Alien vs Predator

(Better that movie??)

Hardware of the week - Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 Toxic OC Edition

(Toxicity...)

Application of the week - JDownloader

(Rapid Penang pon bole add jgk nih)

TV Series of the week - Chuck Season 3

(Guys.. i know kung fu..)

Gadget of the week - Window Phone 7

(iphone killah?? ermm..)

Babes of the week - Jeisa Chiminazzo

(.....)

Animal of the week - Rabbit???? Wtf r u??

(...(o.O)...)

FML of the week

"Today, I realized I know the map on World of Warcraft better than the map of my own country. FML"


aiyaaaa byk sgt lah.. ill add later in act 2..

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Resolution Evolution

By next week (new year 2010 weehuu) i hope to had either XFX, Sapphire, Powercolor or HIS inside my CM690 casing. Already change my power supply from CM Extreme Power Plus 460W to Xigmatek 600W real power. Also change my casing fan LED from blue to orange/red. Im waiting for ATI HD 5850/70 to be slot into the motherboard. Then unleash the force of DX11 ngeh ngeh ngeh err may just with DiRT 2 and Battleforge. I was actually hoping for some news from Nvidia about Fermi but there is rumor saying it will release in March so i'll go for ATI for a moment. Anyone want my Powercolor HD4850? email me then..

(XFX HD 5850.... \(o.O)/....)

I am also currently addicted to this mmo game - Aion. Darn when will i have time with my physics paper..

(Aion world and universe is like Pandora in Avatar.. hmm..)

I am still waiting for Guild Wars 2. Guild Wars universe and world plus the story and history of Tyria are among the best. Well at least i like the artwork from Guild Wars not like World of Warcraft jelly melly character.

(Heroes of Tyria)

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Kotaku SpeakOut..

copy and paste from a reader @Kotaku #speakout

"My kids are game addicts... and I'm ok with that. Perhaps I never should have been a parent because I'm the kind of parent most parents HATE. When my kids were 2 months old I started putting a little cereal in their bottle at night so they would sleep through the night (and they did). At 3 months old I fed them baby food. As soon as they got their first teeth I was feeding them Rice and Beans. I think my oldest had her first slice of Pizza before she turned 1. This attitude spread to other things as they got older. I actively encouraged my kids to watch TV. Barney, The Rugrats, Dora the Explorer, and everything in between on PBS and Nickelodeon as they got older then they added Cartoon Network.

I always heard people saying you shouldn't let your kids watch TV when they are little, and you should read to them every night and blah blah blah. But me, I don't listen, I let them watch TV, LOTS of TV. My oldest daughter is now 10. When she was 1 she would talk your ear off telling you stories. When she was 2 she would tell EVERYONE she ran into stories (including embarassing ones about grandma needing to go potty, but thats a story for later). One day I was ina a waiting room and my daughter was walking around yapping to anyone and another mom leans over and asks me how old she is. I tell her a little over 2. She looks at me with surprise and says "my goodness, she speaks so well and in full sentences! My daughter is the same age and only says a few basic words like 'ball' 'mama' and 'cookie'. I don't know what the problem is I NEVER let her watch TV and I read to her all the time. How did you teach your daughter so much so fast" I looked at her and said "TV. She watches LOTS of TV." The mom gave me a tight smile and and then turned away and didn't speak to me again. What does this have to do with games? I'm getting there. When I was a kid my dad got me a Colecovision followed by an Atari 2600. I played a little here and there but I was more into books and barbie dolls. Eventually my dad bought me an NES and a Sega master System. I still didn't really care, I was still into barbies and books.

When I was 17 I bought myself a gameboy, mostly out of curiousity. I fell in love with Link's Awakening and Stargate. But It was something I played once ina blue moon, then I forgot about it. When I was 20 I played the N64 for the first time and I finished Mario64 and bought Ocarina of Time when it came out. I tore through Ocarina of Time and bought Majora's Mask. I hated it and as quickly as I had started playing I stopped. Life went on, Games came and went, I didn't care. Then the gamecube came out and new Zelda games. I remembered how much I loved my GB and N64 Zelda games and asked my husband for a Gamecube for Christmas. He had asked me for a PS2 for Christmas. Before meeting me my husband was into playing Resident Evil and Mortal Kombat and football games. So that Christmas He got his PS2 and I got my Gamecube, I was happy with my gamecube and he was happy with his PS2 and neither one touched the others console. Then I saw Prince of Persia Sands of Time. I bought it for the PS2 and the first time I put it in the console, that console became mine...all mine.

Games became a huge part of my life, I fell in love and I started collecting and playing A LOT. Being a hoarder I still had every console I had ever owned and their games so I went back and played some old stuff as well. Now I'm 32, I own tons of consoles and hand helds. I collect games and action figures, I write game reviews for the library system's Teen Blog in my town. And I encourage game play in my family. A few years back Vtech came out with a console for kids, the V-Smile. Gaming and education, sounded good to me. I bought my kids one for christmas and they loved it, they would play for hours. The next Christmas, I got them the V-Flash, it was another learning console, a step up from the V-smile, a sort of educational starter Playstation. By the time I got it though my girls had moved on to PS2 and Gamecube, but my son Loved playing the V-Tech consoles. By the time birthdays rolled around they all wanted GBAs. And there we go. I had turned my kids into gamers. I was so proud! My husband was sort of amused by my glee. I swore up and down that gaming was good for them, he just smiled at me and shook his head slowly. From Gameboys they graduated to DSs and borrowing my PSP. Each one has a clear gaming identity as well. My oldest daughter likes Girly games. makeup, animals, dress up and she also likes JRPGs. My middle child, an 8 year old girl is a bit harder to place. She can play the dress up thing and she loves cooking mama and animal games but she's not above a little Zombie shooting in House of the Dead.

My son...My son... Before I talk about him let me just throw in that I even got my mom into games. She loves Wii sports and good lord you should hear her smack talk while playing Soul Calibur. (Her favorite is SC 3 because she likes the character creation. She has a shirtless Ninja she named Jackie Chan) ok back to my son. My son is a 5 year old MAN. The boy LOVES girls and cars. So I started him with Racing games. (by the way he is quite proficient at Midnight Club 3, except he needs a stack of books to reach the pedals.) From Racing games he moved on to Mario games and His favorite "Drawn to Life Spongebob edition". Recently Scribblenauts came out and I got it for the girls and myself. I didn't bother getting it for my son because at 5 he really can't read very well...actually he's having a lot of trouble at school. I got their progress reports right before thanksgiving and besides having a fan club of girls, he also likes to throw things at people who annoy him and ignore the teacher, he also has trouble with reading and writing. I have been stressed and worried about it for days. Then it happened.... we were watching Tv and he was a scribblenauts commercial. He said "I wanna play that" I said, "but sweetie you can't read" He looked so dejected so I figured what the heck, let him try and I'll help him along. Its been 2 days since he started playing, He's already learned to spell about 10 words. The first night we sat together and he would tell me what he wanted, I would spell it for him, he'd type it and then he would squeal with glee when his items appeared on screen.

Of course, as much as I enjoyed playing it with him, I can't sit all day doing it so I decided to make hima "cheat sheet" I wrote out in all caps the things he had asked to make the most and I gave it to him. I read each word to him and told him if he needed more words then he could come to me and I'd add them to the list. I started with about 10 words and now I'm on page 2 and he's spelling words on his own! He doesn't actually play the game he just stays at the beginning screen making things and seeing what happens when they interact. Brain Age, Style Savvy, Scribblenauts and so many other games are teaching my kids so many things, helping them learn without them even realizing it. Heck even the JRPGs have helped my daughter immensely. Unlike me, my daughter has never cared for reading, what she doesn't realize is that while playing JRPGs she's reading so much text her reading has improved immensely and she's enjoying it. Like me, my kids carry their DSs wherever they go, they play every chance they get. When they aren't playing DS they're playing any of the other consoles we own. We play Guitar Hero together and Singstar. We play Champions of Norrath and we teach them how to cooperate, how to share the spoils they pick up, how much money they need for an item, and which weapon is better between the weapon with a high attack and one with a lower attack but +20 Lightning Damage. I encourage their gameplay, I buy them as many games as I can afford. I tech them how to play mine or sit in and watch. Recently my 10yr old started to play Oblivion...I'm so Proud.

I don't know if I'm a good parent or not. I know a lot of people wouldn't approve of how much TV they watch and Games they play. Maybe they're right, I don't know. All I know is that my daughters are both straight A/B students. They have a huge vocabulary, and know Cloud is overrated as a Hero. All three of them also know all the words to "Still Alive" Oh and in the time it took em to type this, I'm on page 3 of words for my son. I think any game can be educational to a certain extent if you talk about it to your kids and encourage them to ask questions (and you answer them honestly). Perceptions and Misconceptions about games runs rampant but slowly people are realizing the good they can do. East Side High in New York has discovered that Beaterator is a wonderful digital music tool and will be implementing it in their music program. The Japanese already use DSs in the classroom and my son is learning to read and spell thanks to Scribblenauts and learning faster than he has learned anything since school started. So my kids game A LOT and I am damn proud of that.

The media and people at large attack gaming constantly. It teaches Violence, it makes kids lazy and unhealthy, it causes addiction. I say it teaches hand eye coordination, cooperation, sometimes a touch of history, math, reading, encourages artistic expression, relieves stress and is just plain fun. By the textbook definition I guess they are addicts, sometimes gaming for most of the day. However, I have yet to find how this has impacted them negatively"

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

This is what u are..

(Europe FFXIII Box Art)

Square Enix has release a box art of Europe Final Fantasy 13.. Plain normal but ok la.. dis is for PAL release maa.. mau lawa2 print sendrik ekekeke..
Pagi neh kol 3.55AM Tottenham Hotspurs will be at Old Trafford in a Carling Cup match with the devils.. May the best team win.. COME ON YOU SPURS!!!


Monday, November 30, 2009

Curvy Wet Dream


32:10 aspect ratio muahahaha.. darm i want this curvy-murvy monitor.. muahaha bygkan kalo bantai Modern Warfare 2 or Farcry 2 or Crysis kt monitor nih.. perghhhhh.. kalo hentamnya maen Supreme Commander or RTS seangkatan dengannya ni, jenoh nk tolak/scroll mouse nih.. maunya kn pakai Razer Mamba 5600 dpi nih.. muahaha.. next year keja mesti mau bl lg 2 monitor.. nk wat Eyefinity nih ngan ATI 5850 muahaha.. by da way CRVD "curved" monitor ni harga dia US$6,500 and 43 inch with native resolution 2880 x 900 pixels and respond time at 0.02ms.. oh dan juga contrast ratio 10,000 : 1.. Nvidia, im waiting for your Fermi gpu so i can reconsider my option.. ~sigh


(The Ostendo CDM43.. curvy than Jessica Alba)


(My next monitor setting..)


Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Geekonology..

Adidas Originals are preparing 2010 summer/spring Star Wars collection.. Im a huge Star Wars fan and i love to have this shoe.. Hmm.. maybe just as collection.. I also need a pair of new futsal boot coz my mercurial vapor sudahh koyakk loloo.. kanneh.. so maybe ill go for Puma v1.08 or v1.10.. v1.10 mcm sgt mahal je huhu.. or maybe Nike CTR360 or Legend III.. haih mana murah beli sajalaahh.. Cuti cuti n cuti.., apa nk wat ey cuti neh? maen game la muahaha..

("The Empire has a legion of loyal soldiers that are in endless supply." - Lord Vader)

Mass Effect 2 PC sys req suda di"announce".. cpt la kuar game nih.. xsbr nk maen nih hiyark.. The very bad news today is Diablo 3 will never be release in 2010.. Well darn Blizzard..!!

(Commander Shepard with his new alien friend)

Ohhh well im so geek and i hope my gurlfren will never bored with my geekology hobby..
Lastly, if i submit this kind of resume, will the HR department will ever consider it??
(The "DnD" resume)

Next update.. tech support..

Monday, November 23, 2009

Can't Smile without You..

("Wiganisters. We were Godzilla. You were Japan." - Harry Hotspurs)

SMILE......
Tottenham Hotspurs FC, if u played like dis all the time, i will be a epy man all the time even if i got a lotta mothaf**king problems.. as always i'll be a loyal fans n thx u for yesterday match.. everyone played so well.. praise to every single player n manager 'Arry.. next 3 games will be a very difficult one - Villa, Man f**king U and Everton.. surely bet this result will never happen again and surely not against this 3 clubs..
Come on you SPURS!!!

Tottenham Hotspurs & Alefah
I just cant smile without you..