This is something that has happen to me a few times. You go to look for a file (in my case a podcast) only to find that it is missing. Just gone for no real reason because I know that I didn’t delete it. Guess it just got bored and left.
I did not write the following. Just using it to test.
Forza 2 gameplay operates at 60 frames per second, and replays run at 30 frames per second, due to their usage of post-processing effects. A hard drive is necessary to view replays. Using multiple screens, a player can set up and utilize a 180° forward view. It is possible to network as many as five screens and Xbox 360 consoles together to form a complete in-game view around the player, and a spectator view for watching gameplay live from the replay camera views.
Most cars in Forza 2 are fully customizable and can have up to 4,100 layers of graphics which can be edited with the livery editor to allow the player to add many shapes, forms and even pictures to their car.
The game supports split-screen, System Link and Xbox Live multiplayer gaming. Split-screen allows two player head-to-head racing, while both System Link and Xbox Live allow up to eight players to participate in a single race. Using Xbox Live, players can also buy and sell in-game cars through the game’s Auction House.
I was doing my daily surf around the news sites when I came across a game called Race Driver: GRID on Voodoo Extreme. Why I haven’t seen this game before I don’t know but I am glad I found out about it now because it looks awesome.
I don’t buy that many games because of two reasons. One is that I hate to pay $60 just to play it once since I am not a big multiplayer person. The other is replay value. In order for me to buy a game new it has to have a good amount of replay value and that is one of the biggest reasons I love racing games. But this game, from the footage below, gave me some more reasons that I might buy this new.
Disregard this post. Just testing some different ways of adding video over the next few days.
This is just a post to see how the WordPress 2.5 gallery looks with this layout. The photos are from just random pics that I have on my system. So far the only problem I have is with the uploading of large photos. When tiring to upload them I am told there is a error but when clicking on the gallery tab at the top the photos are there. Not sure what the problem is just yet but it still works so no big deal.
I was sent this video that showed how you can play on Xbox Live for free. What this does is give you 48 hour passes that you can use and some times you get Microsoft points. This won’t give you a gold account and everything that gos with it but at least you get to play online for free.
This is a video for the remix of Voodoo People by Pendulum. The video itself is a bit strange but the song itself is great. The video is from Stage 6 which is Divx’s online video site. The quality of the videos are far better than anything that you will find on YouTube or most other online video sites. I like this quote from there site.
It’s a high-quality platform that lets anyone upload, download, view, share and experience everything from short clips captured on mobile phones all the way up to full-length, high-definition feature films. Anyone can become a publisher, anyone can build an audience and every video available on Stage6 is compatible with over 70 million consumer electronics devices from every major manufacturer, making it easy to play back Stage6 videos on your television or portable device.
Here is something that happen to me today where I was glad that I had the iPhone with me.
Friday I went to Blockbuster to rent Call of Duty 4 so I could play it over the weekend (great game BTW). When I went to check it out the little card machine was showing some sort of error message. I told the girl that was there, think it was her first week there or something, and she had to call someone to tell her how to fix them. Turns out that every system had to be rebooted. She does that and I check out my game.