Sunday, November 30, 2008

L.A. Police Gear

Are you looking to buy some high quality Police gears? Check out 5.11 Tactical Backpack for the best Police gears in the market.L.A. Police Gear, Inc. sells high quality gears for the general public, military personnel, security professionals, and of course police officers. L.A. Police Gear, Inc. also promises to provide extremely fast shipping, low prices, and outstanding service. They also takes the issue of security very seriously. Every time you send them your credit card number and your billing and shipping information, they use the industry-standard Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption technology to prevent the information from being intercepted. Their computers are protected via multiple firewalls and "DMZ's", as well as the latest in anti-virus softwares so that your information is always secure.

L.A. Police Gear, Inc sells all types of high quality police gears such as 5.11 Tactical L/S FLASH SHIRT - FRX 3, Surefire 6P-N Submersible Flashlight, BlackHawk CQC SERPA Holster Matte Finish Belt Loop and Paddle, 5.11 Tactical Boots, Under Armour Cold Gear 5557 Tactical Quarter Zip, and many more. L.A. Police Gear, Inc website is also really easy to navigate because of it's well design and organized categories. Searching or navigating for the item you need will be really easy and fun.

L.A. Police Gear, Inc. was founded by Los Angeles area Police Officers. The business has grown and changed greatly over the years. LA Police Gear, Inc. is always happy to provide quotes to government agencies and other businesses. They are extremely competitive on large orders, and we are well-known for our quick response and fast execution on orders. If u ever need high quality Police gears and etc. Just check out L.A. Police Gear, Inc. for the best range of gears at low prices and also providing fast shipping to all. Go to the website for further information.


Friday, November 28, 2008

Look....Prinnies!!!


To commemorate the sale of the new Prinny PSP game, developer Nippon Ichi has just released a slew of goodies

Priced at ¥1,890 (US$19.80), the Prinny plush toys look like their counterparts in Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero?. Nippon Ichi has also released a Prinny PSP case as well.

For more information...click here.

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Christmas For Payatas

In the landfill of Payatas, the smoking dump site has grown to become a stark and heart-tugging reminder of the desperate conditions of humanity. Everyday adults and children as young as 4 years old are forced to pick through newly arrived garbage to collect material to sell. Which at the end of the day,material sold off are still not enough to even buy food for the day.

On 10 July 2000, after a period of heavy rain, a trashslide occurred in the Payatas dump claiming over 200 lives, including many children. The tragic victims were the scavengers and sorters at the dump site and those living in the nearby shanties. While the authorities instituted better management of the site after the tragedy, many continue to depend on scavenging as it is their only means of livelihood.

Organisations such as The Lighthouse Center For Children Foundation, run by Judge Lorenzo B. Veneracion who operate a much-needed charity project to alleviate the sufferings and to help reduce their dependence on scavenging as a livelihood.

So please visit Christmas For Payatas and give some donations to those people and young children living at Payatas.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Resedent Evil 5 new screens!







Zombies, Giant Killer bat, Killer zombie dogs. You know i am talking about Resident evil. Resident evil 5 is scheduled for release on March 12, 2009 in Japan, and March 13, 2009 in North America and Europe. The player will control Chris Redfield similarly to how the player controlled Leon S. Kennedy in Resident Evil 4. Cant wait for this game....in the mean time, enjoy these beautiful screens.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Little Big Planet coming to PSP??



EGM's head of rumor mongering Quartermann wrote,

The LBP universe will also continue to evolve next year with the release of the PSP version: Q-Mann hears it’s fantastically ambitious and will further flesh out the PS3 LBP experience.

There are no actual facts about the game, but it would be difficult to imagine using the PSP to do any serious level editing. Interestingly, Media Molecule are apparently not involved in the port and are said to be considering new project - including a possible online RPG.

Square Enix Does DISSIDIA Bundle Box Right





That's the packaging for the limited edition DISSIDIA: Final Fantasy PSP bundle. It's white with pictures on it. Priced at ¥25,890 (US$ 270) and includes a copy of the game and the PSP-3000.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Ocarina of... iPhone? This is crazy Awsome!!!



The Ocarina may be a legitimate instrument that's been around 12,000 years or so longer than The Legend of Zelda, but that doesn't stop people from making the association.

In this video you get a glimpse of a new iPhone-driven digital Ocarina and a guy using it to play a very familiar theme. Hit the jump to check out a chorus of these things playing Stairway to Heaven.
this app is already available for download from the appstore for $0.99USD.

Got cash to burn? why not get yourself a Full-Sized Locust Drone Head.




Gears of war fans, You ain't nothing. Not until you fork over $549.99 to have a full-scale Locust drone bust in your living room. LLC have announced the finalized version of their Gears-inspired Locust drone bust, sculpted by Epic Games Art Director Chris Perma. Weighing in at fifteen pounds and measuring more than a foot and a half tall, it's an extremely intimidating piece of art. The Locust bust is now available for pre-order, shipping in early 2009.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Save Money, Now!

Saving money is one of those tasks that's so much easier said than done. There are a few things can be done to cut spending. First, avoid banking fee. Banks are regularly changing their products and you may be paying a monthly fee without thinking twice about it. On top of monthly fees for accounts, watch out for fees associated with overdraft protection, paper statements or excessive transactions.

Next is Pay your bills on time. his may seem like common sense, but it is easy to forget a bill and end up with a late fee. These fees can be substantial, ranging anywhere from a few dollars to $40 or more. If you have trouble keeping track of due dates, check into automatic electronic payment plans that might be available.

Third, Trim your subscriptions.These subscriptions can slowly drain hundreds of dollars from your wallet every year. Individually, they don’t seem very costly. But over time, many of these underused subscriptions are costing a lot of money. Evaluate what you really use and don’t use and get rid of the wasteful subscriptions.

Lastly, keep eating out a minimal. Eating out can be costly, and for many busy professionals it is almost a necessity.Try to cut back on buying lunch out by bringing a lunch just two days a week to start. Even this can save a few hundred dollars a year.

Also you can save money by visiting eyeglasses website. ZenniOptical.com sells Stylish Prescription Glasses Online from $8. You will find a huge selection of frames, with single vision lens, sunsensor (potochromic) lens, tinted sunglasses lens, bifocal lens and progressive lens.The Secret to ZenniOptical.com Low Prices is that we sell only our own manufactured frames direct to the customer, with no middlemen and virtually no advertising budget.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Mirror's Edge Runners Story Trailer


Mirror's Edge is an upcoming first person action-adventure video game being developed by EA Digital Illusions CE (DICE), due for world-wide release on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in November 2008, and Windows-based PCs on November 13, 2008.

The game was announced on July 10, 2007 and will be powered by the Unreal Engine 3 with the addition of a new lighting solution, developed by DICE. The game has a realistic, brightly-colored style and differs from most other first-person perspective video games in allowing for a wider range of actions—such as sliding under barriers, tumbling, wall-running, and shimmying across ledges—and greater freedom of movement, in having no HUD, and in allowing the legs, arms, and torso of the character to be visible on-screen.

I played the demo on my PS3, and really enjoyed it. I also like the graphics of this game. It is so clean and colors are vibrant. The gameplay is unique, because it trys to be a FPS platformer. I will be looking out for this game once it is release.

New SFIV Screens: Cammy, Gen & Friends






A bunch of new screens for Street Fighter IV have surfaced on Dutch site Gamed.nl showing Dan, Fei Long and Sakura in action. Enjoy.

Resistance 2 Launch Day Screen Extravaganza






Insomniac's follow-up to the hands-down best launch title for the PlayStation 3 is in stores today, and in celebration we've been flooded with screenshots from Resistance 2. Sadly, i won't be picking up a copy anytime soon. Because of the other games i already bought this month.Games like FIFA09, Farcry 2, Deadspace, Little big planet...already blow a big hole in my wallet. So i will need to save up more money first. Anyway, enjoy these hi-res screens of Resistance 2.

Monday, November 3, 2008

NDS vs. NDS lite vs. NDSi












In term of screen, from these pictures above, u can see that the NDSi has a brighter and more vibrant colors. Screen is also a little bigger.

In terms of size, there isn't much difference between the DS Lite and the DSi, but when you compare weight, the DSi is a considerable amount lighter than the Lite. For those of you who own a PS3, the difference is basically like the difference in holding a SixAxis and a Dual Shock 3. Speaking of controls, the DSi's D-Pad is considerably better than the Lite's.

The DSi now allows for downloadable software, includes 2 cameras for taking pictures, and allows for saving of voice recordings using the system's mic. All of the above can be saved to the DSi's internal memory or SD via the new port.

One of the biggest changes to the DSi is the inclusion of two low res cameras. These cameras have provided for quite a bit of confusion since the system was announced, so let us clear the air.

1. Both cameras are low res.
2. They are low res so they can easily be used in applications.
3. There is no flash on either camera, but there is compensation for darkness, much like any medium quality web cam. This also means that the video feed gets choppier and is more susceptible to blur in low light situations.