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No Game Zone / Urgent: Good artists wanted for Charity
« on: November 13, 2010, 09:08:19 pm »
I got this special AL project from my sir and it's about Poetry. I'm drawing for this and i need help as this is something huge and it has more than 40 poems, i won't be able to succeed alone. I kno for these kinds of request people pay but if there's people that can help me with this as Friends, I would be delighted. The drawings aint that complicated, there's an example below that i drew for one. Black pen or pencil is enough. If you're interested reply me and i'll send the details.

A Dark Little Angel
Little black eyes, shining bright,
A toothless grin, a joyous sight,
A high pitched giggle - like sound of a fiddle,
A dark little angel I see.

Simulations / Rock Band™ 3
« on: November 07, 2010, 06:06:25 pm »

Rock Band™3 is the next generation of the ultimate social and interactive music gaming platform developed by the category's leading pioneers, Harmonix Music Systems. Featuring innovative game modes and instruments, Rock Band 3 will change the way fans think about and play music games.

This next iteration in the Rock Band platform has something for everyone. Master an instrument through the gameplay fun of "Rock Band Pro," add another member to your band with a keyboard controller, or experience 83 new hits from 83 unique bands, along with your current library of songs from the over 2,000 songs available to date and counting.

Expand the Band
In addition to guitar, bass, drums, and solo vocals, Rock Band 3 adds three-part vocal harmonies that were introduced with The Beatles™: Rock Band™ and, for the first time ever, a keyboard peripheral to the band. Up to seven players can rock together for the ultimate social gaming experience. http://www.rockband.com/gear

Platforms : Xbox 360 , Play Station 3 , Wii and Nintendo DS

Game Lounge / World of Warcraft: Cataclysm
« on: November 07, 2010, 03:36:37 pm »
Release Date: December 7, 2010
Also on: Mac
T for Teen: Blood and Gore, Crude Humor
Genre: Persistent Online RPG
Publisher: Blizzard Entertainment
Developer: Blizzard Entertainment
World of Warcraft

                    Building on the foundation established in World of Warcraft and its first two expansions, World of Warcraft: Cataclysm adds a variety of new content and offer players the opportunity to rediscover Azeroth and experience the game from a whole new perspective. Players are be able to adventure as two new playable races, achieve new levels of power, take on challenging quests and dungeons in all-new zones, and experience dramatic changes to familiar aspects of the game in the wake of a world-shattering disaster.

                          In Cataclysm, players will witness the face of Azeroth being altered forever, as the corrupted Dragon Aspect Deathwing awakens from his subterranean slumber and erupts onto the surface, leaving ruin and destruction in his wake. As the Horde and Alliance race to the epicenter of the cataclysm, the kingdoms of Azeroth will witness seismic shifts in power, the kindling of a war of the elements, and the emergence of unlikely heroes who will rise up to protect their scarred and broken world from utter devastation.

Hardware / Peripherals / Indamixx 2 MeeGo Tablet
« on: November 07, 2010, 02:42:42 pm »
The Indamixx 2 is a higher-priced Tablet, which is powered by an Intel Atom N450 1.66 GHz. Users can have 2 GB of RAM. In addition to three USB 2.0 ports, the tablet also contains a Lesegeraät for SD, MS, MMC and MS Pro memory cards, an external monitor port, an Ethernet interface as well as connections for microphone and headphones. The 10.2-inch touchscreen can resolve 1024 x 600 pixels, data is stored on a 160 GB hard drive. For wireless communication with the device brings WiFi a / b / g / n and Bluetooth, a 3G module is available. The Indamixx 2 measures 262.2 x 166.9 x 22.6 mm and brings in kilograms. The included battery with 3000 mAh powers it for about 2.5 hours of power.

The operating system pre-installed OS 5.0 is Transmission, a modified version MeeGo. Transmission uses a Trinity Audio Group Inc. custom real-time kernel and contains several pre-built and optimized audio software such as ArdourXChange, an AAF protocol to Pro Tools sessions in the free audio software Ardour import and LinuxDSP . At the premiere of the 2-Indamixx prototype developers also showed that the composition software Renoise , which is operated by touch screen control of Shortcuts actually had the.

Source - TheTechJournal

First Person Shooters / Best In-game Weapons of All Time
« on: November 07, 2010, 12:50:44 pm »
Fat Man - Fallout 3

So a behemoth is chasing you around and your Chinese machine gun's not doing the trick? Mom's calling and it's time for dinner, but you have three supermutants bearing down on you? Well, cut to the chase and serve up your own mushroom meal. The Fat Man brings the devastation of a nuclear explosion to your very own shoulder. No bigger than a rocket launcher, the Fat Man mini-nuke takes care of all your personal nuking needs on the go. Stop by your local Germantown Police Station and other locations to pick up this beauty and having fun raining hell down on the ruins of D.C.. You'll thank us afterwards.

Energy Sword - Halo 2

Of the many melee weapons on our countdown, few were as welcome an addition in a sequel as the Energy Sword. It was so cool to see the Covenant Elites using it in the first Halo, and while the Master Chief's own gun-butt smash maneuvers were very potent, it wasn't the same. The sequel threw this in along with unpopular whole sections of the game where you not only have an Energy Sword but also play as the Covenant themselves. But you didn't have to deal with that too much online. Just grab the sword and take fools out with an awesome lunge that homed right in on your enemy for the last few feet, avoiding that awkward situation in many games where the victim moves at the last split-second. Then you're left staring a gun barrel in the face with a melee weapon pointed in the wrong direction. Thank you for saving us from that for at least one game, Energy Sword.

Line Gun - Dead Space

EA's Dead Space has quite a few fun ways to dismember monsters through non-traditional weapons. Take the line gun, a jacked up version of a plasma gun. Originally intended to shear through boulders, when fighting monsters, the line gun shoots a wide plasma beam that takes out both legs of the attacker. Line up your necromorphs correctly and you can take out multiple enemies at once. But go easy on the trigger; ammo for the line gun isn't exactly bountiful.

Crossbow - BioShock

There's a lot of depth to every weapon in BioShock, but what puts the Crossbow on the list, as opposed to most of its other weapons, is that the Crossbow is one of the more strategic weapons in this excellent game. Sure, a regular old Steel Bolt fired straight to the head for an instant kill (even on some of the bosses) isn't really original, but the Trap Bolts that string an electrified line in precise places are great ways to take out your foes. Everyone from the weakest Splicers to the beefiest Big Daddies have a hard time dealing with the traps you can deviously set up. And with the ability to upgrade this weapon with more damage and an improved chance to recover your ammo from enemy corpses, it becomes a key weapon that you can rely on over and over for almost all of the game's tougher enemies.

Thunder Fury - World of Warcraft

Few weapons in World of Warcraft are certifiably better than the game's Epic items (the ones with the purple text). The best of which has gotten into more than just a few players' hands is Thunderfury, a Legendary weapon (using orange text on its items stats). Thunderfury started out ridiculously powerful, and even after getting toned down a lot by Blizzard, remained for quite a while as one of the best single items in the game. Even after The Burning Crusade was released and people started plowing through the content, the Thunderfury was still in the hands of any top-level Warrior. It wasn't until Blizzard came in again and specifically had to "nerf" the Thunderfury again that players begrudgingly put it away in their banks and start working on picking up new swords.

AWP - Counter-Strike

The most loved and simultaneously hated gun in one of the most popular online games of all time simply can't be ignored. The AWP is the most powerful sniper weapon in Counter-Strike and CS: Source, able to kill anyone with pretty much any hit anywhere on the body. It was immensely powerful back when people used to be able to switch between it and the Desert Eagle pistol for maximum speed and killing efficiency, but even today, after being toned down more than once, it's still the object of so much hate. Maybe it's just that CS players seem to get so much angrier at a death than most gamers, but you can find probably dozens of game servers that ban the AWP completely. Other weapons probably have more use from an overall perspective, but nothing incites rage like this one does.

Attack Dogs - Call of Duty: World at War

Forget helicopters, we're all about attack dogs. Call of Duty: World at War upped the ante for Call of Duty multiplayer with these rabid beasts that attack from all directions. CoD fans love the puppy power as long as they're not at the chomping end of some wild dogs' teeth. Plus, if you have the skills to take the attack dogs down you get XP. Everybody wins! Er, everybody but the dogs.

Blades of Chaos - God of War

God of War was a masterful refinement of the ridiculously tired third-person action game. At the center of its plot is the main character, Kratos, cursed by the gods and made to do their bidding. The Blades of Chaos, which are gifts from the God of War, Ares, are permanently attached to Kratos with chains burned into his arms. Of course, this makes for some excellent fighting as Kratos can unleash the gods' fury with many stylish and acrobatic (yet still very manly) combos. From juggles to throws and to straight-out beatdowns, these weapons are the centerpiece of any good fight in God of War. Sure, the two games in the series have thrown in a few additional weapons for Kratos to choose from, probably just to break up the pace, but none are as good as the Blades.

M16A4 - Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare

It might be a little early to call this one, but so far in the Call of Duty 4 beta on Xbox Live we've found the M16A4 to be an incredible weapon. Toss a silencer on it or throw on a new red-dot sight or scope, and this gun becomes incredibly accurate and powerful. The thing is limited to three-round bursts, but it still is capable of firing with deadly precision at pretty long distances and killing in one or two hits. The whole custom-class-creation feature of Call of Duty 4 really helps make this one fun, as you can beef up your M16A4 with lots of great stuff. It's possible that the developers at Infinity Ward will be toning this thing down before the game is released, but for now it's definitely a current favorite.

Chainsaw - Gears of War

Sure, I could have mentioned DOOM's chainsaw in the place of the one seen in Gears of War, but let's face it folks: video game technology has allowed us to have much better chainsaws over the last decade and a half. With Gears, we can place saws right on the underside of rifles and use them to graphically slice our enemies in half at the shoulder. I can't deny that without the DOOM chainsaw, the whole long and sordid history of video game chainsaws (your sarcasm detector should be going off about now) would have been drastically altered. Still, it's the massively gratifying effect of quite literally taking an enemy apart - not at his seams but at even more painful places - that puts this weapon high in the countdown.

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Hardware / Peripherals / ASUS Ares
« on: November 07, 2010, 12:18:46 pm »
                          The ASUS ARES is the fastest, most expensive and heaviest graphics card that we have ever benchmarked here at Legit Reviews.  What is there not to like about it? If you have $1200 burning a hole in your pocket this right here is the ultimate video card in the market today. This is one of those products that is reserved for those that want the ultimate video card at no matter what the cost is.

                             When you name your graphics card after the God of War, you’d better hope it brings some heat, but judging by early reviews, that’s just what ASUS has done. The three slot monstrosity above is the ARES, a $1200 limited edition, fully custom board, sporting twin Radeon HD 5870 GPUs, four gigabytes of GDDR5 memory and practically enough raw copper to smelt a sword. We’re not joking: the thing weighs nearly five pounds and requires a 750 watt power supply with three power connectors (two 8-pin, one 6-pin) to even run.

Of course, you’re getting a graphical behemoth for that kind of price, steamrolling every other GPU on the planet — paired with even a 3.8GHz Core i7-930 CPU in 3DMark Vantage (on Extreme settings), Overclock 3D racked up a fairly ludicrous 15,000 score, and the card ripped past 25,000 with a Core i7-980X and a second ARES in CrossFire.

The card’s core power hardware is somewhat updated, too – although the digital VRMs remain the same as on the HD 5870 (for each core), the extra PCB space affords less signal interference and better grounding. The 8+8+6 PCI-Express sockets play an equally important role in the stable power provision according to Asus. Only the 8+6 are really required for normal operation – the extra 8-pin is for additional performance. 8+8+6 may seem grossly excessive until you think that a normal HD 5870 requires two 6-pin sockets, so CrossFire HD 5870 – which is essentially what the Ares is – requires four cables anyway.

Source - TheTechJournal

Classifieds / Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Multiplayer Steam (Selling)
« on: November 03, 2010, 06:03:54 pm »
Pro' used (My Friend) Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Multiplayer Steam for sale. Rs. 5500/= . PM me your offers

No Game Zone / SAW 3D (2010)
« on: November 01, 2010, 07:40:30 pm »
Release Date: October 29, 2010
Genre: Horror
Cast: Tobin Bell,
Director: Kevin Greutert
Writers: Patrick Melton, Costas Mandylor, Betsy Russell
Studio: Lionsgate

Survivors from Jigsaw's previous traps gather to seek support of "self-help guru" and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, but when Dagen's own dark secrets are revealed, a new wave of terror is unleashed. Meanwhile, Mark Hoffman and Jill Tuck battle over Jigsaw's legacy.

No Game Zone / Skyline (2010)
« on: November 01, 2010, 07:35:03 pm »
Release Date: 2 November 2010
Genre: Sci-Fi | Thriller
Cast: Eric Balfour, Scottie Thompson, David Zayas, Donald Faison
Director: Colin Strause, Greg Strause
Writers: Joshua Cordes, Liam O'Donnell
Studio: Rogue Pictures

After a late night party, a group of friends are awoken in the dead of the night by an eerie light beaming through the window. Like moths to a flame, the light source is drawing people outside before they suddenly vanish into the air. They soon discover an otherwordly force is swallowing the entire human population off the face of the earth. Now our band of survivors must fight for their lives as the world unravels around them.

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