Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Initial Thoughts on Call Of Duty Ghost

Activision's Call of Duty Ghosts was released yesterday (November 5, 2013) and I wanted to write about my initial thoughts of the game after playing it for a day or so.  Please be aware that my mind may change as I play the game more and as it is updated.

I'm playing on the PS3 which means that if you are playing on Xbox, a PC or one of the new generation game consoles then your mileage may vary.

I've been struggling a bit with this one, but then again we are only a day into it.  I will say that Infinity Ward went all out with this game, they have tried to change many of the rules.  With its new greater degree of player character customization, dynamic map elements, player movement features (slide and lean) and new game modes it is different and kind of fresh, we will see if it lives up to its billing and if any of these features follow on and are included in future games.

Graphics:

I'm a bit disappointed by the graphics in this game.  The color palate makes it difficult for these old eyes of mine to see.  Some of the on screen written information is also difficult to see, which means I feel like I am missing vital information.  For example the game has a feature called Field Orders which is difficult to read.  The map is also difficult to make out.  I'm assuming that I will get better at understanding what I am looking at as I play but I wish that they explained the screen views better.

Game Modes:

I have not played all the game modes yet, but there are quite a few new ones.  I will say that I am looking forward to playing them all.  I was at first confused because the thing I like to do with a new Call of Duty game is see if there is a training mode or someway to play against bots.  It took me a few hours before I realized that the Squads mode to play a practice mode against and with bots.

The game mode that I like the most so far is Cranked.  Which is kind of amazing to me, because I am not much of a rusher in most COD games.  In Cranked it is fun to run around and just kill people, and the speed boost that you get as you kill more and more people make it even more fun.

I've also played Team Death Match, Search and Rescue and Kill Conformed.  Team Death Match and Kill Conformed of course have not changed.  I was hoping that Kill Conformed was the same, because it is the COD BO2 game that I played the most lately. 

These game modes are fun so far, and I am looking forward to playing all the other modes.  There are quite a few of them.  I've heard and read great things about Blitz and Infected.

I did also try out the Squads Sageguard mode, it is kind of harder then I expected (that may be because I played it on solo, more on that later).  And I also played Extinction which is a bit confusing, but I think as I learn more about it I  will enjoy it.  I say that because I did play and enjoy Zombies and this is kind of like Zombies mode in BOs.

Character Customization:

The character customization for this game, seems very cool.  I have always liked earning the various nameplates and other player ID features that the COD series have.  This game has the ability to change the uniforms, sex, race and many other ways that your character looks.  It also has backgrounds and patches that you can earn.

I think this feature makes the game a lot of fun, and I am looking forward to customizing my character to the max.  I also think that it gives each player a way to express a bit of their personality while playing the game.

Weapons:

Just like the game modes I have not really used that many of the weapons.  But I will say that the dynamic of this game's weapons feels a bit like the other Call Of Duty games by Infinity Ward.  I think that the way some of these weapons work has been tweeked by Infinity Ward for this new game.  I have not played with any of the new rifles that are in this game, but again I am looking forward to it.  I've never been much of a sniper, but I do like trying to pull it off. 

I have not unlocked very many weapons yet, and have been using the bizon sub-machine gun while playing Cranked.  I noticed that it is really good when hip firing.  I've also been playing with the two Assault Rifles that are unlocked at the start of the game.  You have to earn what are called Squad Points to unlock 

Maps:

The maps are huge and I usually think that is a good thing, but in the game modes I have been playing there are times when I have been running around not finding anyone to kill.  I think as the game matures this may not be as much as a problem.

I like the interactive elements that can be found on the maps they make the game play more interesting.  

The Campaign:

I usually play through the whole campaign of most COD games before playing the other modes.  And I usually enjoy the campaigns as much as some people enjoy the multiplayer mode of the game.  This has been a different experience for me this time playing COD, but that might be because I wanted to see how multiplayer and some of the other modes work.  I will continue playing the game, but the Campaign did not capture me they way it has in past versions of the game.

Overall Opinion

So in general I'm a bit torn by the game, I like that it has a lot of new game modes to try out. Squads, Extinction, and several other new game modes are very interesting and I want to give them a deeper play.  I also want to try all the different weapons and customize my character to the max.  As I said I also want to complete the Campaign.  But I do hope that it is easier to see on the new maps that will be part of the DLC.  I am also hoping that the game matures and that some of the game modes that were left out of this version of COD are brought back, ie Ground War.

One last feature that is annoyance is that the multiplayer game play depends on social game play.  While I am all for social gaming and playing with my online friends, most times I like to play games by myself and don't want to listen to others sing into my head phones or go into a racist, sexist, curse filled rants that have nothing to do with the game. I think it is important for developers to allow gamers the options to play with their friends or to play solo.



Thursday, October 17, 2013

DLCentral Interviews Bioshock's Ken Levine

The good people over at DLCentral posted an interview with Ken Levine (co-founder of Irrational Games) in a post titled Bioshock Infinite interview with Ken Levine about burial at sea DLC.

Check out the video that they posted that accompanies the article below.


Monday, July 15, 2013

Be aware of emails from Ad Agencies

Got an email this morning from and Ad Agency with the subject line: Article placement Question.  No real specifics just the usual question concerning rather I would allow them to place articles in my blog for their clients.  No mention of what the ads are, who their clients are.  This is becoming a common occurrence and makes me wonder why people keep sending out these vague request.  I mean does anyone other then me get these?  And does anyone respond to them?

Did a quick Google search which led me to the article who or what the fuck is media discovery which is an interesting read, and its comments answers the questions that the original email did not answer.  Thanks to the original poster for writing this and posting it, and thanks to the many comments that answered my questions.

So what should you do if you get these kind of emails and have questions?

1. Do a quick search on the domain name of the sender.  In this case the email was sent by tom@discovermedia.co.uk

- They don't seem to have a list of clients, or at least I could not get any info as to who their clients really are.
- Supposedly they post ads about gambling sites, still not really sure what all their content is.
- They may not actually be located in the UK, as their email address leads you to believe.  A lot of their traffic comes from and goes to India.

2. Ask other bloggers if they have heard of this organization.

- None of my blogger friends had heard of these guys.
- A blogger wrote this about these guys >>> scammers and spammers caution to all

3. Trust your instincts, if it sound too good to be true.  Then it probably is!

Finally I hope this puts the word out about discover media, and answers your questions.  Also I wanted to provide my fellow continent creators with rules of how to deal with some of the emails we all get from so called Ad Agencies.

Monday, June 10, 2013

Games I Play: Golf - Sunday Bag, Medicus 7 Iron

I've been playing a lot of golf lately over the last couple of weeks.  I am about to go right after I post this.  And I've made a few purchases to help build my equipment and get more out of my practice sessions.

If I had to describe my game, I would say that I am a novice golfer.  Maybe an advanced novice, in that I am not a complete beginner, I have been playing for about ten years altogether.  But my game has not really progressed beyond the nine hole short courses that I like to play on.  I live in San Diego so there are a lot of very cool places to golf here.  And I am also retired from the Navy so I get to play on a several cool military base courses.

I am still working on my swing, my tempo, and my putting.  I am still trying to figure out just how far I can hit each of my clubs, and have been working on my irons more then anything.

But what I want to do is tell my readers about some of the items that I recently purchased so you can get a feel for these items if you are in the market, or maybe I can even make the case for you using them.

The first item on my list was a Sunday Bag, which is what golfers call a smaller bag that is used to carry a smaller set of golf clubs then the 14 clubs that are allowed by the rules of golf.  Because as I stated earlier I play a lot of nine hole golf courses, which often have many par 3 holes, I really don't need a full set of clubs.

On some of the courses that I play on I only need a wedge, a nine iron and a putter.  So it is a pain carrying all my clubs, and it also can be a pain to carry your clubs loose and then forget one of them.  I also have been spending a lot of time on the range, and only work on several clubs at a time.  So a smaller bag works well to help me manage a subset of my clubs.

See ProActive Sports 5" Sunday Bag below at Amazon.com



I also picked up the Medicus 7 Iron, which is a hinged golf club that breaks if you do not swing it properly.  I have used it before and think that it has helped me to slow my shot down, and improve both my back swing as well as my down swing.  I will write a more detailed review of the club after I get it out on the golf range and hit enough practice balls to give a better view of what you can expect if you purchase this club.

See Medicus Men's Dual Hinged 7 Iron below at Amazon.com

Friday, May 24, 2013

Bio Shock Infinite: Really Fun Game

I have been working on my review of Bio Shock Infinite since I bought the game about a week ago, but I am having so much fun that it is hard for me to complete my write up.  So let me say here at the start, instead of reading about this wonderful game, you should just go and buy it, and play it none stop. LOL.

Now that this is out of the way. Here is what I have written so far;

Just finished playing the video game Bio Shock Infinite (in hard mode, working on 1999 mode as I type this). And I have to say, this was a really well made game. It is not often that a game lives up to the hype that surrounds it. Many have put this game on their list of best games of 2013, and I would have to add that I think it is a great game.

Let's start with the visual design, this game is so pretty to look at. Even the more gruesome parts of the game make you want to really look at them. Your eyes will love this game, I know that mine did. I really enjoy that small town Americana treatment that they give this game. They nail it, from the hints of patriotism to the images of children that are throughout the game. The religious imagery is pitch perfect, they present religion visually just the way I remember it in small town Louisiana growing up as a boy.

Next comes the music, and sound production that is in the game. This game has so much wonderful music in it that it is hard to capture it all. It uses modern songs, like Cindy Laupers "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" and CCR's "Fortunate Son" to Jazz standards like "St Louis Infirmary Blues". Which for a music lover like myself is just delightful. And I have to say that I was blown away with the placement of the music, the songs fit the situation so well. You want to play through this game just to get a feel for all the wonderful music in the game.

The story is also very good, and by good I mean thought provoking. Many interesting concepts are presented in a very satisfying way, time travel, alternate universes, racism, questions about the choices we make. And none of these themes overpowers any of the rest of the story. And I have to tell you that I was surprised by this, because I figured that some of the more heavy elements of the story, like racism once brought out into the open of the story, would just bog it all down, but it does not do that. The different elements come together as a very nice satisfying whole. And it really makes you think about the possibilities.

If this game has a weakness, and this is a very slight critisim (probably due to my being new to the BioShock franchise), it is the game fighting machanics. The battles sometimes were confusing to me, I had a hard time figuring out which direction enemies were shooting at me from. Which made me think that I needed a map, to help orientate myself. But I will say this did more to add to my sense of terror, and frustration also. I will just say that the fighting machanics in this game needs to be played to get used to. Which may add to its overall replay value.

Overall I would say this is a very good game, one of my favorites for the year. And this game could get into the Hall of Fame of games for me. I believe that it will also have some replay value because the world that is created cannot really be experienced in one play through, and there is also the various modes that the game can be played in (1999 mode for example).

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Black Ops II: Sticks and Stones Game Guide


I've been playing Call of Duty Black Ops 2 Sticks and Stones for the last couple of days.  Here is what I have learned, and hopefully it can make you a better player at this cool game type.

1. Understand the scoring;

Crossbow kill - 10 points
Ballistic Knife kill - 10 points
Combat Knife/ballistic knife melee - 5 points
Combat Axe hit 5 points (bankrupt / humiliation)
Kills due to car explosions - 10 points

2. Know the Rules:

Kills are scored as above.

Combat axe kills cause the killed player to lose all their points (called bankrupt / humiliation).

Suicide also causes you to be bankrupt.

After you use all your crossbow ammo, you will only have your ballistic knife and combat axe.

There is a constant radar sweep that lets you know the positions of the other players.  Be aware there is some lag and this display is not in real time, but for the most part you will know the general location of other players.

You do not get any of the attachments for the crossbow during Sticks and Stones.


3. Know that you can have more than one combat axe, when you kill a player with the axe run over him so you can retrieve your axe.  When you kill a player that has thrown an axe at you, you can pick it up then you will have two axes.

4. A bit of tactics about car explosions.  Be aware of the maps that have cars, and when players try to use them as cover or are near them shoot them with to crossbow and blow them up.  Easy points.

5. Because melee and combat axe kills count for less, go for crossbow kills to build up your points.  And when you see someone who is away from their keyboard (AFK, free kill) then kill them with your crossbow to get more points.  Some people love getting humiliations but for AFKs go for the higher points.  There will be many games when that extra 5 points means the difference between winning and loosing.

5. Use "Sticks and Stones" to get all the challenges for your crossbow and ballistic knife.  You can get the Crossbow and Ballistic Knife Marksman achievements done.  Wait until you get all those challenges done then you can start going for more combat axe kills. To have the challenges count, you have to have unlocked the crossbow and the combat knife.  The crossbow is unlocked at level 25 and the ballistic knife is unlocked at level 49.  You can also use "Sticks and Stones" to get the combat axe challenges done also.

6. Once you get your crossbow and ballistic knife achievements, then focus on using the combat axe.  When using the combat axe don't run around with the axe ready to throw.  This slows your movement down.  If you can switch between the knife and crossbow quickly, it is better to run around with the knife at the ready.  This will help you to move faster. And moving faster is a good thing see number 8 below.

7. Often times in this game you will get two, three, or even four players all trying to kill each other at the same time.  All running around shooting the crossbow and ballistic knife at each other.  Try to stay back and shoot into the crowd.  Even throw your axe if you want, but probably it is best to stay back and get the easy kills. Also be prepared when doing this for other players to try to sneak up on you and kill you while you are shooting into the crowd.

8. Stay as mobile as possible.  It is harder to shoot a player who is moving, and if you are moving you will come up on other players who are not moving as much and they will be easy kills.  Look for other players passing through choke points or other narrow parts of the map because they will be easier to kill.

9.  When you are ahead in the game, try to limit the engagements that you get into.  You can be humiliated bankrupted in the last moment of the game.  It can be heartbreaking to build up a comfortable lead and then have it taken a way with the last kill of the game.

10. Have fun.  Many players really get vocal and start berating each other and the game because they are losing.  My advice, is don't play mad bro. It is just a game.

Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Call Of Duty: Ghost Trailer

Call Of Duty on YouTube just uploaded the below Ghost trailer. Notes from Youtube: "Call of Duty: Ghosts - There are those who wear masks to protect themselves. And there are those who wear masks to protect us all. See the world premiere of Call of Duty: Ghosts May 21st." Some other sources are also reporting that if you preorder that game, you can get a code that allows you to download a new Ghost Camo for Call Of Duty Black Ops II guns.

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Black Ops II Tips and Tricks Arms Race League Play

I have been playing so much Black Ops II lately, it is pretty much all I have been doing. And there have been a couple of new developments recently that I want to put the word out about. 1. The game just got patched and there is a new game mode. It is called Arms Race. And right from the Playlists page it says; "For a limited time. the Arms Race Team Deathmatch variant awards players 150 score per kill. Let the Scorestreak wars begin." I've played it a few times and it seems like a cool game, but because of my next tip I have not had a lot of time to play it. 2. Tip number two is a very cool one I think. It is about League Play, which I have been playing a lot lately also. The new season is about to start and it is in preseason. I have been playing the Team Deathmatch Series which is fun, but there is something else that makes it special. It gives you a lot of XP when you play, if you are on the losing team, you get 7500 points of XP and if you are on the winning team you get 10000. Try it and see how it works out for you. There are a few drawbacks to playing League Play, it takes forever to get matched up, and if you are a player that averages more then 10000 points of XP per game (some slayers might) then this might not worth it to you. I hope these tips and tricks help you out, and feel free to leave me a comment to let me know what you think about the new game mode "Arms Race" and if you are getting lots of XP from playing League Play.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Armature Astronomy: Tools for Viewing Venus and Jupiter. Plus Pics of the Moon


I've been doing a lot of Stargazing over the last month or so, and thought that I would share some of the interesting things that I have been doing with my blog readers who have a thirst for scientific things or who just like looking up at the night and early morning sky.

As I posted earlier I got the stargazing bug when I was a kid after my mother bought me a cheap telescope.  And I have kind of continued looking up at the stars and trying to do it without breaking the bank.

I also spent some time in the US Navy where I learned to navigate using the stars.  That was fun and amazing.  Words don't really describe how it feels to fix your position, out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, by looking up at the stars.  At that moment, you realize that with the right amount of knowledge, you can never really be lost.

And it also gave me a respect for the sailors and astronomers of the past who figured out all the details of how to do it.  And they did it with out many of the modern tools that we use today.

So what have I been checking out so far this month.  Well one of the coolest things I've been doing is observing the planets Venus and Jupiter (Read about it).  Not only have I been checking them out in the predawn morning as in the video below.  But to my surprise I have made some observations after sun rise during the day light hours.  



So let me run down the tools that I have been using and tell you about the adventure that I had getting what I wanted.  The goal was to get a few pieces of quality equipment, and not break the bank.

The first purchase that I made was a pair of Celestron SkyMaster Giant 15x70 Binoculars with Tripod Adapter.  Sad to say but that purchase did not work out so well.  There was a problem with the binoculars, and I returned them.  I also picked up the Vista Explorer 60-Inch Lightweight Tripod with Tripod Bag to go along with them.

After reading Binocular Highlights: 99 Celestial Sights for Binocular Users (Sky & Telescope Stargazing) by Gary Seronik I decided that the giant binoculars might not be my best first buy.  I did get to use the 15x70s and agree with Mr. Seronik that the bigger binoculars are too heavy and tiring to use.  Also the restricted field of view make them more difficult for someone like me to use.

So based on that I purchased a pair of Bushnell Falcon 10x50 Wide Angle Binoculars (Black).  I would like to write that this purchase went off without any problems, but that is not how the ball bounced.  The first pair that I got were so misaligned that I was seeing double images.  Several of the websites that I visited to see I could find a quick fix, explained that the binoculars were out of collimation.  And in the case even if I had tried to adjust them myself, there was no way to do it.  So I had to send them back for another pair.

My next purchase, which turned out to be a neat little telescope the Celestron 21024-A FirstScope Telescope with Accessory Kit.  I can not say enough good things about this wonderful little device.  It is easy to use, it came with many cool accessories, and the price was just right.

I started off thinking that this little telescope would be a toy, because of the price.  But I was blown away by the views of Venus, Jupiter (and four of it's moons) and the Earth's moon.  I have just begun to explore some of the constellations, but can see that this telescope will give me many great views of the stars for some time to come.

I'm going to end this post by sharing a few photos that I took with my cellphone through the telescope.  They are for the most part not that good, the fun of it all was just trying to do it.



Just in case you need more information, you can look all the items mentioned above by clicking the links below and researching them at Amazon.com.



                          

Latest Black Ops II News 10/24

In an atricle tilted Call of Duty"'s First Ever Female Character, Erin Cahill Talks About Her Role in "Black Ops 2" ComplexGaming.com/ interviews the actress who plays the first ever female character in the COD series of games.

It is an interesting read, not because a lot of plot info is given, but because it is good to hear how Erin Cahill feels about playing this cool new role.

In other COD Black Ops II News, GameGuide.com is reporting that the map Favela has ben returned to the game, read about at in the article Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Controversial Favela Map Returns on PlayStation 3.

Personally I think it is a good thing to show respect for all players and that the developers did the right thing by taking the map down and making changes.  I just wish that we could all just play the games and not have so much real hate going on.  The whole idea behind video games is to have fun.

Peace out players!

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Iron Man 3 Official Marvel Trailer Video

http://www.youtube.com/user/MarvelUK Just posted the below video



Notes From YouTube:
Watch the first official trailer for Marvel's "Iron Man 3" coming to UK cinemas April 26th 2013, starring Robert Downey Jr. In Marvel's "Iron Man 3", brash-but-brilliant industrialist Tony Stark/Iron Man played by Robert Downey Jr., is pitted against an enemy whose reach knows no bounds. When Stark finds his personal world destroyed at his enemy's hands, he embarks on a harrowing quest to find those responsible. This journey, at every turn, will test his mettle. With his back against the wall, Stark is left to survive by his own devices, relying on his ingenuity and instincts to protect those closest to him. As he fights his way back, Stark discovers the answer to the question that has secretly haunted him: does the man make the suit or does the suit make the man?

Iron Man 3 continues the epic adventures of "Iron Man" and "Iron Man 2", starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Rebecca Hall, Stephanie Szostak, James Badge Dale with Jon Favreau and Ben Kingsley, "Iron Man 3" is directed by Shane Black from a screenplay by Drew Pearce and Shane Black and is based on Marvel's iconic Super Hero Iron Man, who first appeared on the pages of "Tales of Suspense" (#39) in 1963 and had his solo comic book debut with "The Invincible Iron Man" (#1) in May of 1968. "Iron Man 3" arrives in UK cinemas on April 26th 2013.

Friday, October 19, 2012

NBC.com reviews Black Ops II

I'm hoping the Black Ops lives up to Todd Kenreck's review. I agree with him that Black Ops was a better thought through game then some of the other games in the Call Of Duty franchise, and I am hoping the Black Ops II lives up to his kind words.


Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Treyarch is Back In Black.

Can't stop watching the clip below.

Love the song selection, and I am anticipating this even more now.


 

Monday, October 15, 2012

Stargazing: Observing Venus, Jupiter and Orion

This morning when I went out side to look up at the stars and to feed the dogs I got a very cool surprise.  Just so you know the details of my observations, or if you live some where near and want to see if you can observe the same objects in the sky, I live in San Diego, CA. 

To the east of where I live are some hills so I can't really see objects that are coming over the horizon until they rise a bit into the sky.  To the north it is often hazy and hard for me to see a whole lot.  I make most of my observations to the south and to the west.

I usually stargaze at dusk and at dawn.  I try to keep a log on my cell phone on my voice recorder of what I see and the various things I learn from looking up at the sky.  I have been looking up at the sky for many years now since I was a young boy and my mother bought me my first telescope.

I started observing the sky with my naked eyes at about 06:05 am and the first thing the stood out was the planet Venus, it was so bright in the morning sky.  it was to the East and I don't think I have ever seen it shine so brightly before.

Next I could make out the constellation Orion, and I could see the three stars that make up the belt and the other stars of that constellation. 

The next really prominent thing that I could see just with my eyes was the planet Jupiter, and it was very bright also.

I decided that I would set up my small reflector telescope and see what I could see.  I really wanted to look at Venus because it was so bright.  I was able to observe it and it really just looked like a small point of bright light and I could not really make out any distinguishing features about it.

At this point I decided to start observing Jupiter.  I was able to see Jupiter and four of its moons.  After I went through my various eye pieces I was able to make out some of the bands on the planet as well.  I continued to observe the planet even after day had broke and I could no longer see it with my naked eye.  It appeared as a light off white colored disk, with darker regions on it against the blue morning sky.  I tracked it across the sky and I believe that my last observation was after 07:15 or so.

What I learned:

The whole experience was amazing to me, and I learned a lot from this lucky observation.  I mean I was laying there in my bed after the alarm clock went off and thinking do I really want to get up.  I am so glad that I did.  I learned that you can see Jupiter's moons, and I also learned that I can observe objects in the sky even after the sun has risen, and I also learned that you can see the bands on Jupiter through a telescope.

Tools I used:

1. I used my unaided eyes.  It is cool that during this month you can see a lot in the sky, and that I live in a place where the night time sky is accessible.

2. I used my Celestron 21024 FirstScope Telescope to look at both Venus and Jupiter.

3. I used Google Sky Map to make sure that I was looking at what I thought I was looking at.  It is a useful tool and I recommend it for any stargazers out there.


        

News About Call Of Duty: Black Ops II

Here are a couple of cool things that just recently hit my in box about Call Of Duty: Black Ops II that I'd like to share with my readers.

First up is the Call of Duty Elite news. Watch the video below for and update on that.



Notes from YouTube: Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Elite is Free Trailer [HD] by machinimarespawn

Call of Duty: Black Ops II catapults players forward into an epic near-future warzone rooted in today's headlines. The title represents an unprecedented leap for the franchise, delivering a groundbreaking single-player campaign with branching storylines, advanced weaponry, new graphics technology, a deep multiplayer experience featuring a greater emphasis on eSports and match customization, and the most expansive Zombies action yet, now running on the multiplayer engine.

Developer: Treyarch
Release: 11/13/2012
Genre: FPS
Platform: PS3/X360
Publisher: Activision

And the second is a new book that give the back story of the villian in the Call of Duty: Black Ops Campaign mode. Hit the link below and check it out at Amazon.com.

According to Amazon.com "Rightful King," the Kindle villain backstory about Raul Menendez was just announced.   Customers who pre-order "Call of Duty: Black Ops II" will receive the Kindle Backstory for free when the item is released.                           


 

Friday, October 05, 2012

Angry Birds Star Wars Teaser

As one commentor on YouTube stated, "The Force is strong with this bird!"


Angry Birds @ Amazon.com

Friday, September 28, 2012

PlayStation 3 of Japan released a new 3D Video

PlayStation 3 of Japan just released a new 3D Video.



You can check out their other videos here >>>  http://www.youtube.com/user/playstationjp