Monday, April 21, 2014

Still Waiting For Valkyrie Profile 3

How long has it been since we heard "Nibuleng Valesti"? A lot of us are still waiting for a new installment for the series, yes there was Covenant of the Plume for the Nintendo DS but most of us were waiting for a new title on the new generation consoles. The story of Lenneth and Silmeria have been told and the most valid character that would be next is Hrist. Though the ending of Valkyrie Profile 2 was left in shambles, we still want to know what kind of life Hrist had, how she became ruthless and heartless towards humans.

The story line of the series made us play at the edge of our seats as the events grew more and more intense, so intense that you could almost feel Lenneth's sadness in Valkyrie Profile. The ending of the first game left a lot of holes so that a second game would be necessary to fill in those holes likewise the ending of the sequel also had a lot of mysteries and cliffhangers that a lot of people would want to know and see. Who knew that a game which was solely based on Norse mythology can be so interesting and fun to have.

If we were to have a new game in the series namely Valkyrie Profile 3, we would all be happy as long as it remained true to itself like it's predecessors. Imagine playing this in glorious high-definition with the current gaming consoles we have now is such a nice thought to have join this with in-depth gaming customization and battle phase, then you my friend have a high quality game at your hand. If the third game would be created and developed, it would quench the thirst of the fans of the series around the world.

The waiting is still on as we hang on to what the game series has given us. All those emotions we shared with them, all the anguish and despair, up to now we still could feel it. We still hope for the best that Square-Enix and Tri-Ace would still keep the series alive and running and still sticking to its roots. As of now, we are all ready to take control of the last Goddess who govern fate, Hrist Valkyrie, on how her story unfolds. Nevertheless, we could all say that the next installment of the game is still worth the wait.

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Friday, April 18, 2014

The Nintendo DS and Its Storage Devices

In today's world, gaming consoles are one of the best-selling gadgets. During 1972, with the introduction of the foremost console, the world changed forever! Nintendo, which has been in business since 1977, is one of the leading manufacturers of gaming consoles worldwide. The initial editions of such consoles lacked the portability feature. But with the changing times, portable gaming consoles were introduced. An excellent example of such console is the Nintendo DS, introduced in 2004.

To afford portability, the DS was designed to have a far less weight than the normal consoles. Therefor, it couldn't have any inbuilt storage device. As a result, external storage devices, called flashcards, need to be inserted into the device to save the content. The device comes with slots for these cards.

There are different kinds of storage cards, each with her respective features.
Different cards need to be used for diverse models of DS device. Of those, R4 is the most frequently used card. It enjoys a wide popularity among the users of Nintendo DS. The R4 cards come in different editions, depending on the edition of the Nintendo DS device. These are the original DS model, the DS Lite model, the DSi XL model, the DSi model plus the most recent Nintendo 3DS.
The original R4 DS cards can only be used on the original DS and DS Lite models. These are not compatible with other models of Nintendo DS that include the Dsi XL, Dsi, and 3DS. Though these would work with the DS Lite and DS models, it's not desirable to do so. The R4 3DS card is meant for the most modern Nintendo console, the 3DS model. This card too may be used for rest of the models, but one should refrain from such a use.

The availability of so many cards probably makes you wonder which one you should use! All these models have nearly the same look, but they don't work with all the consoles. It is important to point out here that none of these cards works on its own. Each R4 card requires an appropriate micro SD memory card which stores the operational files for its functioning. None of the R4 cards would work in the absence of a memory card. The bigger is the storage capacity of a memory card, the more data it can store without the necessity to delete some of the already stored data. For regular users, a 2GB memory card offers a fairly adequate amount of storage, but professional users will find 4GB or 8GB micro SD cards more fitting.

In case you prefer having a preconfigured R4 card that already contains the latest software on its memory card, you'll need to buy an R4 card having a memory card, because otherwise you won't be able to include the needed software, meaning that you'll have to download and get the newest software for that card.

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Tuesday, April 1, 2014

The World Of Resident Evil On The PlayStation 1

Once the game starts, you are thrown into a world full of horror, suspense and puzzle solving. Naturally you start off with a standard handgun and a combat knife to defend yourself from the zombie horde. There are a lot of zombies in the game, you need not kill all of them for your purpose is to survive. Ammunition is scarce and you need to search every nook and cranny of the room if there are any hidden ammo available, corpses sometimes carry valuable ammo also.

The inventory system lets you carry only a handful of items so bring only the necessary items you need, though there are trunks scattered around the map where you can put the items you find along the way, this also means that you have to backtrack to some of the locations and have to encounter more zombies again. Backtracking is essential in the first 3 installations of the game because of the puzzle system they have and meeting more zombies is just inevitable. Herbs and First aid sprays are scattered at various places so keep an eye on them for they are the only means for you to heal your wounds.

In the first game you were given the choice which character scenario you want to pick whether it was Jill Valentine or Chris Redfield. The story starts off where your team was chased by zombie dogs inside the deep wilderness of the forest and somehow end up inside the mansion, this is where the horror truly starts. We all remember clearly the fear we felt when the very first zombie of the series turned his head with mouth smudged in flesh and blood towards the protagonist of the game. The controls of the game were at first hard to handle, the movement, the aiming, all of it was part of the game's survival system.

After the events that took place in the first game, the sequel namely Resident Evil 2, Let's you take control of either one of the two protagonists, each one having also a different scenario than the other. You were given the option of choosing between Leon Scott Kennedy, a rookie cop that starts his first day of job battling zombies or Claire Redfield, sister of Chris Redfield from the first game. Resident Evil 2 was the same as the original one but the graphics were better and the ambiance was darker and much more scarier. This game introduced various new monsters such as the Licker. Don't worry about the new monsters here because a wide array of weapons are introduced to battle them to level the playing fields.

When Resident Evil 2 was released, a lot of people were already expecting a third installation and they weren't disappointed because a couple of years after the second game, Resident Evil 3: Nemesis came out. This third game in the series made a lot of changes such as the return of Jill Valentine, inclusion of the 180 degree turn, the timed dodge, bullet creation and a Bio Organic Weapon (B.O.W.) named Nemesis that is seemingly always chasing you around. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis was a masterpiece blending old and new traits of the series and after this, a lot more installation in the series was made for the new generation consoles showing just how massively popular the series is. Even as we speak right now, a new game in the series might just already be in development.

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