- HK-47: "Answer: Simply that the distinction between 'killer' and 'killee' be a clear one. I cannot kill of my own volition, naturally."
- Revan: "I don't think 'killee' is a word."
- HK-47: "Expletive: Damn it, master, I am an assassination droid... not a dictionary!"
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Friday, December 11, 2009
Saturday, December 05, 2009
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Saturday, September 12, 2009
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Saturday, August 29, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
And of course, more cool abilities here. Professional wrestler? ROFL
Monday, July 13, 2009
Well since our ace shooter is away for a few weeks (because of work) I’m here to take over the review of Battlefield 1943. Yerp, you read that right. EA is back again with their multiplayer only warfare since 1942 (the game, not the year of course).
The number of players have been downsize from 64 to 24. Why? I have no idea. It’s probably the upgrade of the in game physics such as blowing up the environment, or my personal favorite; blowing up walls to make a door. The game uses the Frostbite engine which we met before in Battlefield: Bad Company.
To be honest, I’m a noob in FPS games. However, I really like World War games (Medal of Honor Series, Battlefield 1942) and I look at this as a sign for me to make a return to FPS games. The problem is, this time, I’m equipped with DS3 (The PS3 Controller). In the 30 minutes, I couldn’t get a shot even though the enemy is right in front of me. The solution? Crouch. You’ll have better aiming and accuracy this way. (I know this is noob stuff. Damn you, recoil..)
There are 2 factions, the US Marine Corps and the Japanese Imperial Army and there are only 3 classes, just to simplify things. You’ve got the Scout (also count as the sniper), the Infantry (SMG and anti-tank) and the Rifleman (anti aircraft and infantry). There are also vehicles that you can use to take advantage on the battlefield such as Tank, Airplane, Boat and Jeep. Once you’re in control of the Airfield, you can call some Bombers to launch an air raid.
There 3 maps currently, Wake Island, Iwo Jima and Guadalcanal (read: sniper heaven). Just remember, if you're tired of running, hitch a ride.
Overall, it’s a fun game to play with your friends and headshot them. Yeah, tough love. I just can’t wait for 4th map to unlock. Air Superiority podewin.
Battlefield 1943 is already available for 360 and PS3 for 1200 MS Points/US$14.99. Coming soon for PC in September.
Saturday, July 11, 2009
So it's ok to kill Nuns as long as they're demonic?
Whatever Tim.. I just can't wait for Rocktober.
Thursday, July 02, 2009
So instead, I’m bringing you Trine, a beautiful action/puzzle/platformer video game by Frozenbyte.
When I think of platformer, the first game I would think of is Prince of Persia (classic) and this is something like that. Hands on the demo, I was a bit skeptical at first. I mean, hey, this is 2009, platformers are dead. But surprise surprise, I get hooked up the moment I first play it.
There are three characters in Trine; the wizard, the thief and the knight. Seems basic right? But here’s the catch, you get to use all three at once. Well sort of, you switch characters with a press of a button. In order to solve puzzles or bypass an obstacle, you got use your characters wisely. The wizard has this power to create a box out of thin air and can levitate certain stuff. The thief is a fast and agile character using a whip (rope?) to climb and get to the unreachable places. While the knight is your basic tank and spank; slashing through an army of undead without fear – if you use blocking maneuver accurately.
Just like LittleBigPlanet, the physics of this game is something to be lookout for. For example, as a wizard, you can lift a box and drop it on a floor to open up an alternative route. Or.. pull a rock off the ledge to be drop upon an army of undead. Let just say, to complete puzzles, you really need to think outside the box.
The introduction to Trine is quite splendid. The narration fits perfectly with the story, and the voice casts for the characters are simply enjoyable.
Trine is available on Steam ($30) on the 3rd of July and on PSN ($20) ??.
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Sheentj – Let there be Sims 3. So much to do, so many things to achieve, so little time before my sims age and die.And I’m loving it. The only thing which quite a nuisance is to get the special item like DeathFish, Life Fruit and Ambrosia Recipe. I guess it’s back to grinding skills. This does seem familiar to an online game I played before. Hurm…
Rexx – Damn you eD. After watching FFVII Advent Children Complete at your house, I’ve been dying to meet Tifa again .. and play FF7 of course. My old PSX is busted so my last resort is playing emulator on my PC.
MadCat – There’s a spy in the house of love.. Oh wait, that’s me. Major updates to my favourite games this month. Sniper & Spy Update for Team Fortress 2 is awesome and too bad you guys are busy with other games. Meanwhile, if you’re doing some FPS on the PS3, don’t forget to checkout Killzone 2 - “Flash and Thunder” DLC. It’s gonna be a blast from the past. P/s: Don’t forget to watch Transformers – Revenge of the Fallen this month. Autobots, transform and rollout.
Sunday, June 14, 2009
Beatlemania is coming back in 2009, and it's all because of Harmonix. After seeing the E3 debut trailers, (videos in full post, just click "Read More..") I just can't wait to get my hands on this game.
And here is the Intro video.
And of course, it's Harmonize features. You gotta have your band mates sing as well or have two backup singers instead.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Monday, June 08, 2009
Thursday, June 04, 2009
Hurm... I wonder if anyone can make Dr Horrible Sims. Just combine the Mad Scientist and the Evil Genius.. and of course.. the Hopeless Romantic traits.. It's gonna be Legend.
*wait for it*
.*ok here goes*
*not quite yet*
Wednesday, June 03, 2009
Sunday, May 31, 2009
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009
Sheentj – Well, I’m not taking a break. Sorta. My graphic card just went crazy in the middle of month. Sigh. Paycheck, please come early this month. Pretty please.
Azrulxp –I’m on a top secret project. Shh!! What you’re on Battlefield Heroes Beta too? Oh deym. Anyway, if you got old consoles to give/sell, give me a holla at email@example.com
Rex-Boo~ Shame on you Empire Total War for not running on a low end pc like mine. Oh what the heck, I guess I'll keep on playing Medieval.
BomohJawa - ….
Al - Somewhere in Ulduar. Wheeeee~
Monday, May 11, 2009
Wednesday, May 06, 2009
1. Monster Hunter Freedom 2nd G
2. Dynasty Warriors Strikeforce (currently playing)
3. Phantasy Star Portable
Capcom is also making a new Monster Hunter for the PSP based on the Wii version, i-can-has-monster-hunter-3rd-psp-podewin?
*adhoc is local/offline multiplayer
Thursday, April 30, 2009
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Sunday, April 26, 2009
Is it real? Is it fake? Only time will tell.
Friday, April 24, 2009
Gameloft has released their version of assassin game called “Assassin’s Creed: Altair’s Chronicles”, under the license from Ubisoft Entertainment. You’ll once again reprise your role as the master assassin, Altair and journey your way into the heart of Jerusalem to find “The Chalice”.
If you’re not new in the iPhone gaming scene, you’ll probably find it familiar using the touch and tap controls. You can choose to fight in close combat with your sword and dagger or fight with your grappling hooks and bombs. It took me quite awhile to master certain combos and nail it.
Graphic wise, it’s awesome. It’s like seeing God of War on the PSP. Some people saying that it’s much better than the DS version *looking at you IGN*.
You can find it on your iTunes Store (yes, including Malaysia) right now for $9.99 for iPhones and iPod Touch.
Friday, April 17, 2009
eD – I’m a little busy over the weekends but I manage to sneak in a lil bit especially after World of Warcraft Patch 3.1. Ulduar anyone?
Sheentj – Shh.. don’t tell eD I took his iPhone. Having an excellent time with iPhone games (iBowl, Crash Bandicoot Kart.. etc..) Too bad we don’t have Metal Gear Solid in
Rexxdelarocha – Hell yeah, I’ve finally bought Wrath. But I’m gonna powerlevel my level 55 druid to 80 first. Resto 4 life, baby.
Al – What took you so long Rexx? My Shaman has just reached 80 and he’s now looking for an all-hardcore raiding guild. Well, maybe not too hardcore.
Mr. Horny (aka Bomoh Jawa) – Wassup b*tches. Oops.. too harsh. While I’m away (offshore), I have all the time with sexy Sheba (RE5) but now that I’m home, I’m spending my time with the missus. Catcha later, hommies.
Mad Cat – Boom! Headshot! I’m all about Killzone 2 multiplayer. I’m gonna have a good time killing u guys. Muahahaha.
Tuesday, March 03, 2009
It is always sad to see an MMO world end. It’s like the virtual Armageddon, with all the regrets of “Why the hell did I buy this game”. But it’s just not Tabula Rasa. Soon other MMOs will fall, even our beloved World of Warcraft. Heck, I even predicted the end of Azeroth in Dec 2012. Heh.
Anyway, the last moment in Earth(insert a number here) was recorded. See the videos after the jump.
More here: WiReD Blog
Monday, March 02, 2009
Sunday, March 01, 2009
The Street Fighter IV Tournament Malaysia in Cineleisure Damansara was such a blast. It was, until they watched "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun Li" of course. Well, forget about the movie. This tournament was much more worth watching than the movie.
At 11 am, it was already crowded with people. The numbers of participants were approximately 100 gamers and were split into ten brackets. To my surprise, there’s a lot of Zangief user here rather than the usual Ryu/Ken fanboys.
More pictures and stories here: -
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