Saturday, March 10, 2012

DX Mobirates Toy Review!

I had bought a DX Mobirates Cellular Phone which we had seen on Kaizu Sentai Gokaiger.
I'd tested it & wham! It makes all the sense that not all keys are a ok for this thing, some keys are considered as errors specially the candy toys & gasha ones, damn, I hate this when it happens!

Saturday, December 31, 2011

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Friday, December 23, 2011

Ben 10

Ben 10 is an American media franchise created by "Man of Action" (a group consisting of Duncan Rouleau, Joe Casey, Joe Kelly, and Steven T. Seagle), and produced by Cartoon Network Studios. The franchise is about a boy who acquires a watch-like alien device called the Omnitrix (later the Ultimatrix) attached to his wrist that allows him to turn into alien creatures. In April 2008, Ben 10 (the original television series) was succeeded by Ben 10: Alien Force, which itself was succeeded in April 2010 by Ben 10: Ultimate Alien. The theme song for the first series was written by Andy Sturmer and sung by Moxy. The theme songs for both of the sequel series were instrumental. Reruns of previously aired episodes are currently being aired on Cartoon Network and its fellow television channel, Boomerang.

Ben 10
Main article: Ben 10 (TV series)
As the original series, Ben Tennyson and his cousin Gwen Tennyson shared the same birth date, making them both 10 years old. Later chronologically they turn 11, with Grandpa Max being 59-60. This version of Ben was more childish, rude, and cocky. Dr. Animo, Vilgax, and Kevin 11, recurred through the series as main villains. The pilot episode aired on December 27, 2005, as part of a sneak peak of Cartoon Network's Saturday morning lineup. The second episode was shown as a special on Cartoon Network's Fridays on January 13, 2006. The final regular episode aired on April 15, 2008. A total of 52 episodes, spanned across 4 seasons were produced and aired.

Alien Force
Main article: Ben 10: Alien Force
Ben 10: Alien Force is the sequel to the original series set five years later, with Ben and Gwen being 15 years old. Kevin 11, a former villain of Ben and Gwen's now becomes an ally, replacing Grandpa Max (when he goes missing). As an indirect result, this series is darker in tone compared to its predecessor, featuring more complex plots and more characters dying. Major villains from the first series including Vilgax, guest star in various episodes. The series premièred on Cartoon Network on April 18, 2008 and ended on March 26, 2010. It has since been premiered in Canada, on Teletoon.[1] Unlike the previous series, and the later sequel series, Cartoon Network ordered 3 seasons of the series, with a total of 46 episodes making the whole series. The series was originally entitled Ben 10: Hero Generation.

Ultimate Alien
Main article: Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
Another sequel series, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien premiered on April 23, 2010 and takes place 3–4 weeks after the finale of Alien Force.[3] Ben, Gwen, and Kevin have been announced to be aged by 1 year, making both Ben and Gwen age 16, and Kevin age 17. With a total of 20 episodes in its first season and 32 episodes in its second Ben 10: Ultimate Alien has been confirmed to hold 52 episodes. The series originally went under the title of Ben 10: Evolution.
A fourth series has been announced, and is under production.[4] Yuri Lowenthal, Greg Cipes and Ashley Johnson will reprise their roles as Ben, Kevin and Gwen from Alien Force and Ultimate Alien.

NOTE: Wiki Copy & Paste, hehehehehehehe!

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Kamen Rider Black

Kamen Rider Black (仮面ライダーBLACK Kamen Raidā Burakku?), translated as Masked Rider Black, is a tokusatsu superhero television series. It is the eighth installment in the famous Kamen Rider Series of tokusatsu shows. It is a joint collaboration between Ishinomori Productions and Toei, and aired on the Mainichi Broadcasting System and the Tokyo Broadcasting System from October 4, 1987 to October 9, 1988, with a total of 51 episodes. With its very dramatic storyline and its twist of the Kamen Rider having a tragic relationship with his arch-nemesis, the installment not only became very popular in Japan, but also in many countries where it was aired. The series is often regarded as a tv classic and is considered by many as the most popular Kamen Rider show of the late 80s, as well as the most famous of all Kamen Riders in the Showa Period. Kamen Rider Black RX was a direct sequel to this series. A manga adaptation of the series is entitled Kamen Rider Black (仮面ライダーBlack Kamen Raidā Burakku?).

Kamen Rider BLACK! Masked Rider Black! Or simple Black! These words are the top rated words that you can hear here in the Philippines when you talk bout Kamen Riders. 60% of Filipinos always talked about this Rider whenever a Kamen Rider topic shows up. Damn, why wouldn't they talk about Skyrider or Shin or even my favorite rider Den O for a change? Why always Black! Why o why!? Is it nostalgic or is it the only rider that is showed in our free channels in the early 90s, hahahahahaha, you guest it right! We Filipinos always goes back to our past, always the old day like Voltes V, Bioman or even Shaider, all those shows are rated high in our country, but what about Gavan, GO ranger & Combatler V. That is what we call stick to one.

Saturday, December 10, 2011

Star Trek

Star Trek is an American science fiction entertainment franchise created by Gene Roddenberry. The core of Star Trek is its six television series: The Original Series, The Animated Series, The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise. The franchise also includes eleven feature films, dozens of games, hundreds of novels, as well as a themed attraction in Las Vegas (opened in 1998 and closed in September 2008), and at least two traveling museum exhibits of props. Beginning with the original television series and continuing with the subsequent films and series, the franchise has become a cult phenomenon, initiated the creation of the fully functional constructed language Klingon and spawned many pop culture references.

The original Star Trek followed the interstellar adventures of James T. Kirk and the crew of an exploration vessel of a 23rd century galactic "United Federation of Planets" – the Starship Enterprise. This series debuted in 1966 and ran for three seasons on NBC, after the network rejected an initial pilot film "The Cage" with a mostly different cast, though this pilot is now routinely packaged with the original series. Following the release of other series in the franchise, the Kirk-led series was retroactively referred to as "Star Trek: The Original Series". These adventures were continued by the short-lived Star Trek: The Animated Series and six feature films. Four more television series were eventually produced, based in the same universe but following other characters: Star Trek: The Next Generation, following the crew of a new Starship Enterprise set a century after the original series; Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager, set contemporaneously with The Next Generation; and Star Trek: Enterprise, set before the original series, in the early days of human interstellar travel. Four additional feature films were produced, following the crew of The Next Generation, and, most recently, a 2009 movie reboot of the franchise featuring a young crew of the original Enterprise set in an alternate timeline.
The original Star Trek series began production under Desilu Productions. With the merger of Desilu into Paramount Pictures, that studio assumed outright ownership of the Star Trek franchise. CBS took ownership of the franchise in 2006, though certain aspects (feature film and DVD distribution rights) are still owned by Paramount.

NOTE: Too damn lazy to think of my own blog. :)

Thursday, December 8, 2011

Video Games

A video game is an electronic game that involves human interaction with a user interface to generate visual feedback on a video device. The word video in video game traditionally referred to a raster display device,[1] but following popularization of the term "video game", it now implies any type of display device. The electronic systems used to play video games are known as platforms; examples of these are personal computers and video game consoles. These platforms range from large mainframe computers to small handheld devices. Specialized video games such as arcade games, while previously common, have gradually declined in use. Video games have gone on to become an art form and industry.

The input device used to manipulate video games is called a game controller, and varies across platforms. For example, a controller might consist of only a button and a joystick, while another may feature a dozen buttons and one or more joysticks. Early personal computer games often needed a keyboard for gameplay, or more commonly, required the user to buy a separate joystick with at least one button.[2] Many modern computer games allow or require the player to use a keyboard and a mouse simultaneously. A few of the most common game controllers are gamepads, mice, keyboards, and joysticks.
Video games typically use additional means of providing interactivity and information to the player. Audio is almost universal, using sound reproduction devices, such as speakers and headphones. Other feedback may come via haptic peripherals, such as vibration or force feedback, with vibration sometimes used to simulate force feedback.

HAH! You had just read one of my great copy paste "WIKI" technique. Heck do you really believe that I'm a video game addict? Well? ..................................... Hell I am! Got down to this hobby since the Atari 2600 series was released until the late PS2, also don't forget the all famous Personal Computer games. Been there done that, is all that I could tell my costumers in my computer rentals business, hehehehehehe. But now adays, hell, I stop playing for keeps, just remembered the old day............ "FLASHBACK"......................................
It all started when my older cousin (Ate Lani) got an Atari 2600 series from Hawaii, we played Pacman w/ it's joystick (the real one) for 8 hours a day or until we drop. Heck, I was a kid then! Then the Family Computer (NES) came w/ it's all amazing keypad (YEAH you heard it right, KEYPAD), the mario brothers to any different kinds of games that you can remember, we even go outside to rent a unit per hour in a secluded houses near schools just to try our differences w/ the public. Then came the SNES & Megadrive, more addiction inside those rent houses. The came the Arcade inside malls & little sari sari stores, heck those things are the real bandit, "THE ONE EYED BANDIT", my 20 pcs 1 peso coin just disappears in mere minutes, WHAT THE!? Then came my College days, the new era for gaming, the PS1 & Sega Dreamcast was born. I joined some public tournaments like Tekken 3, School Rivals & Marvel VS Capcom, I tried my best but heck I only got best mentions in the Tekken 3 game, got 3rd place in Ever Gotesco Recto, 4rth place in Robinson Galleria &  6th Place in Megamall, hell those times are great! Then the PC, 1st XBox & PS2 came, along w/ my business w/ them & since then I become the game master in our area even host my very own tournaments. Those are the golden days of my gaming life, well for now, gaming is in a little kind of low these days, many kids don't like challenging games, they just love to play those moronic games of today.