• October 28, 2015 /  Games, PS4

    If you’ve been out of the loop for a while, you may have missed this, but last October 9 saw the release of Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection on the Playstation 4!

    If you were like me who only had the XBox360, it was so unfortunate that the Uncharted series was exclusive to the Playstation 3. This latest PS4 bundle should serve as a nice incentive to upgrade to the current generation of gaming, especially if you missed out on the PlayStation 3′s phenomenal Uncharted series.

    With the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection, you get all three of the original Uncharted games, including Drake’s FortuneAmong Thieves and Drake’s Deception. Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End doesn’t come out until March 18 of next year, so that gives you plenty of time to relive all of Nathan Drake’s adventures before heading out into a brand new adventure next year.

    Each game in the collection has been upgraded, too, featuring better graphics and sound, as well as fun tweaks like speed-running functionality, leaderboard, easier and harder difficulties and the ability to play as a boatload of characters. Here’s the trailer, in case you haven’t drooled over it yet.

  • April 12, 2011 /  Games, Tutorials and Guides, Ubuntu, Wine

    For quite some time now, I have been watching on the sidelines as hordes of people get sucked in and hypnotically waste countless hours at this little game called Angry Birds.

    People play it with their iPhones or Androids or PSPs on the streets, in cars or buses or trains, while waiting for their turn at a reception area, and another handful more play with it on their Windows PC at work and at home.

    So it got me thinking, what does someone without an iPhone or a Droid who was an Ubuntu user like me need to do to get their hands on this phenomenal time-waster? Read the rest of this entry »

  • March 25, 2011 /  Tech Stuff, Tools, Wii

    There are already several tutorials out there on the ‘net on how to make an IR LED pen. Some ranging from simple hacks to full-blown manufacturing. The problem with the simple hacks, though, is that they are clunky, unwieldy, or unsightly (like this one, really cheap to make, but uses tape to keep it together!!!). And anything more complex than that was just too much hard work. The closest thing I found was an IR flashlight tutorial, but it uses a MagLite, which is a bit more expensive than necessary, and a flashlight is unidirectional which will limit it’s use. Plus, you’ll also need to bring out your drill. Nope, not simple enough.

    So I got my brains out of the drawer, dusted it off, and started using it a bit, and thought up of a cheap, simple, and really easy-to-do but very elegant solution! The philosophy behind it? Don’t reinvent the wheel. Read the rest of this entry »

  • August 12, 2009 /  Games, World of Warcraft


    This goes out to all World of Warcraft players out there (that includes you Amiel).

    Don’t have World of Warcraft yet?
    Buy World of Warcraft (PC CD-ROM) at Play-Asia.com

    Buy World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Expansion Pack (PC CD-ROM) at Play-Asia.com



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  • July 19, 2009 /  Games, Miro, Wii


    Got this video from GameTrailers Wii, one of my Miro subscriptions.
    It’s still in development, but from the look of this early trailer, it looks to be like one of the more creative games we’ve seen in previous years. Will it be joining the ranks of Little Big Planet and World of Goo? It’s quite too early to tell, but just watch the trailer and post your opinion in the comments.

    <a href="http://youtube.com/watch?v=YGFo5m5anVE">http://youtube.com/watch?v=YGFo5m5anVE</a>

    Learn more about Max and the Magic Marker from their official web site.
    If you’d like to subscribe to GameTrailers Wii, click on the following button:
    Miro Video Player



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  • July 14, 2009 /  Games, Wii


    This is about a month late, but here’s this year’s best Wii games of E3. Time to hit the stores.

    Pre-Order your copy of Muramasa: Demon Blade from PlayAsia to get it as soon as it comes out!

    Click on the following links for the other games in the lineup:

    http://www.play-asia.com/SOap-23-83-cvdz-71-z3-77-1-49-en-15-wii+sports+resort-84-j-70-3eu5.html



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  • June 8, 2009 /  Games, Tutorials and Guides, Ubuntu

    For a lot of people, one of the first problems they encounter when switching to Ubuntu is that they don’t know how to install stuff. Granted there’s already a lot of stuff pre-installed from a fresh install of Ubuntu, here are some ways of installing programs starting from the easiest.

    P.S. Yes I know I said I’ll be posting about iPod and Ubuntu. Don’t worry, we’re getting there.

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  • March 3, 2009 /  Games, Lifestyle, Nintendo DS, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360

    Stay away! Youre wallet would be safer with a thief!

    Stay away! You're wallet would be safer with a thief!

    “7,750?” I asked. “7,795 po”, the saleswoman corrected me, the tone of her voice proud, as if they were selling the deal of the century. Indeed, Datablitz’s price is one of the lowest, compared to around 9,500 pesos in the toy shops of the large malls like SM Toy Kingdom, Toys R Us, and that toy store in Landmark Trinoma. If only people knew that they were actually selling the WiiFit more than 200% of its real price. At Yodobashi in Japan, the Wii Fit sells for 8,360 yen or about 4,180 pesos. And it would have been even lower if it wasn’t for the bad foreign exchange right now, and since Yodobashi is like a huge chain of super stores, you could find an even better deal if you bought from other smaller stores. An imported Japanese DSi would set you back 17,800 pesos here. It’s SRP? 18,800 yen (9,400 pesos). A Wii console costs 22,000 pesos. It sells for 25,000 yen anywhere in Japan. And good luck looking for a Y30,000 Xbox 360 Premium. You’d be lucky to get it here for 20,000 pesos (Y40,000). Apparently, I’m not the only one being miffed by this whole situation; this situation has been going on since the PSX and is not likely to abate any time soon.


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  • November 13, 2008 /  PS3, Wii, Xbox 360


    The PS3 finally, clearly, claims 1st prize and bragging rights in this totally scientifically-decided battle for the top next-gen console.

    The XBox 360 dropped out in the very first round while the Wii and PS3 continued on duelling it out till the end. Applause! Applause! Hmm, maybe I shouldn’t get a 360 after all…

    Note: I urge you not to perform this test yourself, but feel free to do so. I waive all responsibility.
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  • November 9, 2008 /  Games, Wii


    When I was younger, there was a cartoon on TV called G-Force: Guardians of Space (Gatchaman in Japan). They were a group of 5, dressed in costumes representing an avian specie, similar to Voltron and Voltes V, except they flew in a plane and didn’t have a big robot. But they fought and kicked ass.

    Well, the Guardians of Space are back, and they’re kicking Ryu’s ass in this video of Tatsunoko vs. Capcom for the Wii! Watch the video to see the beautiful, head-bashing visuals:

    After the break, we have Ghostbusters coming to the Wii
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