Be sure to check out the newly created animation site at UltimateThreeD.com!!! It is a brand new site and the theming has just finished. The creators have told me that they are finally starting to upload content and get the site really going. Help out and give some feedback about what you think!!
Sunday, July 17, 2011
Monday, December 6, 2010
Get ready for some first-person shooter action.
Activision has launched Call of Duty: Black Ops for all three major consoles, the PC, and the Nintendo DS.
Call of Duty: Black Ops puts the player in various roles as soldiers "behind enemy lines." Players can also play co-op with zombies, Mark Lamia, head of Activision's Treyarch Studio, said in a statement. But as with Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, many gamers will be picking up the title for its online multiplayer offering. And to that end, Lamia promises an "incredibly deep" experience for gamers.
So far, the launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops has gone quite well. Video game retailer GameStop reported today that the title "set a new record with reservations." GameStop's senior vice president of merchandising, Bob McKenzie, said that Black Ops has bested "any other title in GameStop's history."
Call of Duty: Black Ops comes in three versions. The standard edition comes only with the game and sells for $60 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions. The Hardened Edition comes with a Black Ops medal, an Avatar outfit, and four zombie co-op maps. It retails for $80. The Prestige Edition's main attraction is an RC-XD Surveillance Vehicle, which transmits video and audio back to the user up to 200 feet away. It sells for $150.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
A short video on how to setup a No-Ip for Host booting.
Posted by Andrew Rodgers at 6:56 PM
Thursday, July 2, 2009
An insider has told ShockTillYouDrop.com that an internal studio memo is pegging Resident Evil: Afterlife for a theatrical release by September 17, 2010.
No word on whether star Milla Jovovich has officially signed on for this picture.
Posted by Andrew Rodgers at 1:34 PM
Alex Ward, head of Burnout developers Criterion, has said "Suda-51 came here for the day a few weeks ago. He's a hardcore Burnout fan. I checked the servers - over 700hrs play."
700 hours? Hey, Suda: get back to work!
Posted by Andrew Rodgers at 1:34 PM
Saturday, June 27, 2009
Rest easy, nerds: Lord of the Rings: Aragorn’s Quest isn’t the last LOTR title. The trademark crawler over at SuperAnnuation spotted a new registration by the Saul Zaentz Company (the people who trademarked Warner Bros. Aragorn’s Quest) for the unannounced The Lord of the Rings: War of the North. Sounds serious.
We won’t be coy: we know absolutely nothing about this title. If LOTR game tradition holds, chances are this will be another boring brawler featuring Orcs, an overpowered Legolas and Gimli as mere comic relief. Then again, as suggested by Joystiq, this could be another one of those silly “family friendly” titles.
So, what’s in the North? This map has all sorts of funny locations, but our eyes were drawn to The Lonely Mountain -- home of the Durin and the largest stockpile of treasure in all of Middle-Earth. Treasure is worth fighting a war over.
Posted by Andrew Rodgers at 3:34 AM
Sunday, May 10, 2009
How would you like to get as many free video games as you can get? Well all this is possible with the simple and easy use of this state of the art website.
First things first, you need an account to get started. Head on over to the Rewards Website and sign up for a free account. My number one suggestion after signing up is to create a new yahoo or hotmail email account for the offers. This will get rid of the spam mail and you won't have to worry about it again.
After you’ve got your account set up go the site and sign in. Click on “available offers” then I would suggest that you select “free” offers. There are some new offers in the new offers available you can do too. Most of these offers are extremely easy to complete. All that is required of you is to enter your email and an address and you will be ready to go. Once you receive 50 - 60 points you can get anything of your liking, such as free microsoft points, free cell phones, free jewelry, and of course free video games. Even if you say you don't want anything there, they have a custom order, where you can get anything and I mean anything you want. I mostly use the website for free microsoft points, free video games, and new stuff when my stuff breaks.
Don't worry about offers running out, because I get many over the course of a month. It's enjoyable to be able to fill out a few boxes and receive my free video games and free Microsoft Points. You can get many other things on the Rewards Site. You can even get games for your other consoles if that's what your looking for. They are only 25 - 59 credits. So simply sign up and start getting free video games and free microsoft points, etc...
If you sign up for this don’t forget to check out the following post that includes a list of a bunch of offers that only require an email address for you to get your credits. It will get you one step closer (even though there are very few steps) to your free video games and free Microsoft Points.