Wireless Xbox 360 Controller Review

A Wireless Xbox 360 controller is amongst the lightest weight and most sleek and stylish remote out there, other preceding game controllers have been much heavier and bulkier than this game controller. An individual can effortlessly play without getting exhausted from holding onto this hefty controller, It's entirely packed with standardized equipment. You are unable to get this type of technological game playing knowledge any where else but from this remote. It has all the options that you may ever need to win versus your buddies or game playing guys. Now if you are preparing to purchase one of these handheld remotes, commence challenging your associates all over the internet, simply because you will dominate the competition by owning this wireless Xbox 360 controller.

Combined with standard control keys to manage your video game, it also has an awesome style so that gamers can play in a relaxed manner, as long as a gamer is at ease with his controller, he will keep on succeeding with his video games. Ease,comfort and capability are achievable as long as this controller is being used. In addition, it also has a shake feedback for a modified gaming experience, many people like the vibration feedback purpose because other remotes don't have this new function. It is one thing new in the wireless controller that was not present in other remotes. Snarled and twisted cables will not frustrate you any longer. What more does a video gamer need? You can perform effortlessly while laying back on the couch within a specific range and having all the fun you want from the ease and comfort of this controller.

Video games have grown to be one of the best preferred pastimes in young groups of people, more and more video games with more technical specs have been launched. This has made the older generation group start to take part in video games as well. Wireless Xbox 360 controller is the new improvement in playing, what I like best about this controller is that it has no cable connections at all.

RF Online Game Review

RF Online is one of the most awesome and exciting MMORPGs that I have ever played. RF or Rising Force Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by South Korea for Windows-based PCs, which is a combination of classic science fiction and fantasy. The story of the game revolves around the distant world of Novus. It centers on the gripping three-way conflict among three races namely the Bellato Federation, Accrecia and Cora in a beautifully rendered 3D environment.

About The Characters

The Bellato race are dwarf-sized but has the ability to wield magic, swords, staves, guns, bows and technologically advanced weapons like the MAU or Massive Armor Unit. What I loved about the Bellato is their ability to ride the MAU. A MAU is a huge robot that can only be piloted by a Bellato. There are two kinds of MAUs available in the game. One is Goliath, which is a MAU that specializes in melee attacks. The other is Catapult, which has a long range attack capability. A MAU has a high maintenance because it cannot be healed and its life can only be recharged in a Bellato NPC shop at an expensive price. However, they can destroy other races with just a few attacks and they are effective tanks in battle.

On the other hand, the Cora are elf-like creatures who possess strong affinity with nature. Although they can wield staves, swords, guns and bows, they are more effective using magic. They also have the ability to summon an Animus to aid them in battle. I am not much of a fan of a magic wielding character but a powerful Cora mage with a summoned Animus can destroy a MAU provided with the right strategy.

Star Wars Video Games PSP DS Wii and Xbox 360

Star Wars took the world by storm with its intriguing plot, terrific graphics, and mind blowing action and adventure. Riding on the success of the movie and the television series came innumerable number of video games. Featuring thrilling action sequences and interactive game play, these video games became very popular among avid gamers. Two of the most popular video games are The Force Unleashed and the Star Wars Clone Wars Republic Heroes Game.

The Star Wars - The Force Unleashed Game (DS, Wii, and Xbox 360)
The Force Unleashed is a gripping video game that takes you on an adventure across the universe. Developed by LucasArts, this thrilling Star Wars video game makes use of Digital Molecular Matter (DMM) technology to incorporate physical properties to the environment. So, when a glass breaks or a piece of wood snaps, it looks and sounds very realistic. A behavioral-simulation engine known as Euphoria is also used in this action adventure game. This technology makes the characters think, react, and interact like human beings.

Set in an era between the Episode III and IV of Star Wars, this thrilling game reveals hitherto unknown secrets about the Star Wars galaxy. Bored of being the good guy all the time? In this video game, you can play the game as Darth Vader's "Secret Apprentice", StarKiller and get rid of Jedi. When it comes to powers, you will have so much that you can completely annihilate your enemies. Darth Vader's "Secret Apprentice" has four core Force powers such as repulse, lightning, grip, and Force push. Use these powers individually or combine them to completely destroy your enemies.

Four Great Nintendo Wii Games You'll Never Be Able to Play Outside of Japan

Given that the Wii was produced by Japanese company it makes sense that there would be a few games for the console that would only be available to gamers living in the land of the rising sun, which is a massive shame because there are a lot great Wii games that have yet to be localized for Western consumers and also quite a few that, for whatever reason, never will be.

Captain Rainbow

In this game you play a guy with his own TV show, a super cool yo-yo and a magical belt that turns him in to Captain Rainbow. Through a very bizarre turn of events involving a makeshift raft and a pink rabbit you find yourself without your magical belt and yo-yo and stuck on an island called Mimin. As well as being home to a lot of Nintendo's most famous and iconic characters, it is also full of puzzles, mini games and quests you must complete in order to gain your powers back. I'm not exactly how well a game this off the wall would fare in any other place in the world but I'd certainly like to at least try it out.

Eyeshield 21: Field Saikyou no Senshi Tachi

When it was released in 2007 this game was touted as a glimpse at how the Japanese saw American football. As is typical for Wii games you have to waggle and shake your way through an extremely stylized version of the popular American sport. I've never been able to make it the whole way through a game of British soccer let alone American football, but I would have loved to had a go at this anime influenced comedy sports game that seems more like a bonkers arcade game than any Western sports game I've seen.