Published by: Universal Studios
Developed by: GRIN
Release Date: March 24, 2009
Genre: Action

Wanted Weapons Of Fate PC Game Review:

Based on Universal Pictures' action-thriller Wanted, this game promises to deliver the same fantastic visual style, in-your-face attitude and edge-of-your-seat action as the blockbuster motion picture. The game continues the story of hero Wesley Gibson, picking up the action where the film leaves off and creating an entirely new chapter exploring both Wesley’s journey to becoming an unmatched überassassin and the epic fiction of "The Fraternity."

Featuring intense third-person action, the Wanted video game will take combat to the next level with iconic moves -- such as "Curving Bullets" and "Assassin Time" -- drawn directly from the film, as well as an innovative, multi-layered cover mechanic.

ESRB Rating: M for Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language
Genre: Action
Minimum System Requirement:

Processor: Dual Core 2.33 Ghz
Memory RAM: 1 GB
Video: 256 MB (SM 3.0)




Wanted: Weapons of Fate Screenshot Wanted: Weapons of Fate Screenshot

Install Note:

1. Unrar
2. Burn or mount the image
3. Install the game
4. Copy crack from the /Crack dir on the DVD over to your install dir
5. Play the game

Size: 3.75 GB

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» Part 1

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More info:

System Requirements:
Minimum System Requirements
OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 @ 1.4 GHz
Memory: 768 MB
Hard Drive: 200 MB Free
Video Memory: 256MB or higher
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
DirectX: 9.0c
Keyboard & Mouse

Download Links Below Size: 110MB
Change log:

Version - March 19, 2009

  • Interior Lights for ATI 1900 series cards:
    • All light sources appear for users with 1900 series ATI cards. (ie. Pool Mini Game)
    • ALT-TAB fixed
  • Graphics Settings:
    • Added menu option " OFF " for Reflection quality
    • Added menu option " OFF " for Shadow quality
  • Physics optimizations to improve situations with heavy physics calculations (ie. 32 player races)
  • Graphical Performance Optimizations
  • NAT Type detection
    • Detect if user has a " strict " NAT and displays message for user
  • Voice chat is received even if your microphone is turned off
  • Keyboard / Mouse
    • Remapping restrictions removed
    • Allow Enter, Backspace, and Arrow keys to be remapped by user
    • Allow multiple mouse buttons to be mapped
  • Enable/Disable DirectInput in Menu
    • Users can now activate/deactivate Direct Input devices from "Controls" menu.
    • If commandline "-usedirectinput" is active, it will override pause menu setting.
  • Use 2 direct input devices simultaneously (ie. Wheel and Gamepad)
    • Users can now use 2 different controllers at once, including 1 XInput and 1 Direct Input device.
  • Added more Direct Input / XInput device support
    • Saitek P380/P480/P580/P990
    • Saitek PS1000/PS2700/P3200/P3600
    • Gravis Eliminator Shock gamepad
  • Detect modified files and prevent users from entering multiplayer if found
    • Game will prompt with a message after blocking user with modified data files from entering multiplayer
    • Should prevent multiplayer access from cell phone and GFWL join in progress
  • Scroll Bar improved response
    • Tweaked to respond better to keyboard inputs
  • Sped up load times for users with many clips
  • Return of Hot Dog Stands and other props
    • Missing hot dog vendors, fences, gates, pylons should be present throughout the world.
  • Scrolling signboards
    • Activate missing scrolling signboard text (ie. highway signs, Star Junction, Clock Tower Sign)
  • ALT-TAB pauses game during cutscenes
    • Cutscenes should now pause and resume correctly after an ALT-TAB task switch. Audio remains in sync.

  • Mismatched MODO/Perseus Clothing
    • Fixed a bug when Niko mixes clothing from Perseus and Modo
  • 360 Controller Texture
    • Controller image should be visible in Controller Configuration screen

Download Links BelowThe Original Update (55MB)

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Published by: Namco Bandai
Developed by: Dimps
Release Date: April 7, 2009
Genre: Fighting

Dragonball: Evolution PSP Review:

In Dragon Ball: Evolution for the PSP system, ultimate powers collide as players match up against their favorite characters from the film release and battle for control of the seven sacred Dragon Balls that have the power to grant any wish. Dragon Ball: Evolution employs an easy-to-learn yet difficult to master fighting system which provides everyone the power to pull off stylish and dynamic attacks. Ki (energy) management will be essential to gain the upper hand and unleash a devastating attack on their unsuspecting opponents.

Participating in intense battles, gamers are invited to follow the path of Goku to his predestined fight against the evil Lord Piccolo in Story mode. Players can also battle against a number of opponents in Arcade mode, accept challenges in Mission mode or hone their technique in Training mode. Dragon Ball: Evolution also lets players challenge friends to tests of strength in multiplayer battles.

ESRB Rating: T for Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes
Genre: Fighting
Local Play: 2 Versus

Multiplayer Functions

  • Offline Versus Multiplayer (2 players)
  • Multi-cartridge Multiplayer

Exclusively on PlayStation Portable



Dragonball: Evolution Screenshot

Dragonball: Evolution Screenshot

Dragonball: Evolution Screenshot

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+3% Recovery Record


Genre: Pop / Dance
Quality: 192 kbits
Tracks: 17
Size: 100.3 MB


02.Triggering (Your Senses)
03.Me Against The Music
04.Hey You
06.Be careful (Cuidado con mi corazуn)
07.Keep The Trance
08.Fighting Spirit
09.Lo Que Siente La Mujer
10.Liquid Love
11.Is This Love (Bon d'accord)
13.Ring My Bell
14.Your Honesty
16.Get Stupid
17.Like An Angel Passing Thro

Download Links Below

Prince of Persia animation director David Wilkinson seems to have slipped the first information on Assassin's Creed 2... which hasn't even been officially announced yet.
Speaking in a very frank interview with AusGamers, Wilkinson was quizzed on the current status of Assassin's animation guru Alex Drouin.

"He's busy making Altair even more beautiful," Wilkinson revealed. "Last thing I saw him do was getting Altair to swim."
Uh-oh, someone's going to get sacked...
So it looks like Altair will be assassinating bad men from the watery deep - and if we know Ubisoft, probably reaching up and dragging guards into the drink with him as well.


Ubisoft hasn't said much of a second game, apart from making it clear that Assassin's Creed is "a franchise". So there will be more games.




Size: 50MB

Supple PC Game Review and Details:

Supple is like an interactive television sitcom where you control the star of the show. Her name is Arin Costello, and she is an associate editor at Supple Magazine, a fictional hot fashion publication. The game is all about relationships, shopping, money and getting ahead at work. In Supple, the characters really speak, the dialog (over 2000 recorded lines) is a lot of fun, and the game is like nothing you have played before. The goal of the game is to help Arin work, play and score points with the boss so she can outshine her co-worker Hugh and get promoted to Style Editor by Friday!

System Requirements:

Microsoft Windows 98/ME/XP/Vista Pentium III 800 MHz or equivalent 64MB System RAM





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Anyway, we are back in full swing today and this time we are going to walk you down the video game memory lane. Below you will find some of the video games that you might have played as a kid or with your kids back in the day. We know for a fact that you will find some that you play today as we get farther down this wonderful memory lane. We thought about adding information along with images but sometimes what’s outside is much better than the inside. Sort of like looking at the girls at a bar.

You guys ready? Ready or not here we go.

Please click on the image to enlarge. All images are linked directly to the source.

1970 – 1979

Magnavox Odyssey (1972)

Atari Pong (1975)

Magnavox Odyssey 100 (1975)

Magnavox Odyssey 200 (1975)

Atari Super Pong (1976)

Wonder Wizard 7702 (1976)

Coleco Telstar (1976)

Fairchild Channel F (1976)

Atari VCS 2600 (1977)

Coleco Telstar Alpha (1977)

Coleco Telstar Arcade (1978)

Bally Professional Arcade (1978)

Coleco Telstar Gemini (1978)

Zircon Channel F System II (1979)

Atari 400 (1979)

1980 – 1989

Mattel Intellivision (1980)

Vectrex (1982)

Atari 5200 (1982)

Emerson Arcadia 2001 (1982)

Nintendo Entertain System (1985)

Atari 2600 Junior (1986)

Atari 7800 (1986)

Sega Master System (1986)

NEX Turbo Grafx 16 (1989)

Sega Genesis (1989)

1990 - 1999

Sega Master System II (1990)

Super Nintendo Entertainment System (1991)

Sega CD For Genesis (1992)

Nintendo Entertainment System Model 2 (1993)

Sega Genesis 2 (1994)

Segea Genesis 32x (1994)

Sony PlayStation (1995)

Nintendo 64 (1996)

Super Nintendo Entertainment System Model 2 (1997)

Sega Genesis 3 (1998)

Sega Dreamcast (1999)

2000 – Present

Sony PlayStation PS1 (2000)

Sony PlayStation 2 SCPH-5000x (2000)

Nintendo Game Cube (2001)

Microsoft X-Box (2001)

Sony PlayStation 2 SCPH-70000 (2004)

XaviXPORT (2004)

Microsoft X-Box 360 (2005)

Sony PlayStation 3 (2006)

Nintendo Wii (2006)

45 Video Game Consoles (1970 To Present)

Well, that was fun. i will make another post for handled game consoles later…

thanks for watching!!!

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