Showing posts with label games. Show all posts
Showing posts with label games. Show all posts

Wednesday, 26 December 2012

Post Holiday and Year End Deals

Up to 70% Off

The perfect time to shop is now! Year-end deals in abundance, deep discounted prices from lack luster sales during the holiday season. The 2012 holiday season may have been the worst for retailers since the financial crisis. with sales growth far below expectations, forcing many retailers to offer massive post-Christmas discounts in hopes of shedding excessive inventory. Great deals can be found on toys, games and more during this time of year.


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Tuesday, 20 November 2012

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Friday, 16 November 2012

Black Ops 2 Selling at Record Pace

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By Sanford Hall

Who said the economy is doing bad? Not when it come to gamers. Somewhere they are finding the dollars to buy Black Ops 2, the new released video game which recently sold $500M within 24 hrs. The numbers are insane, but they are flying off the shelves in record pace.

Could we donate a portion of this money being spent on games to the needy or less fortunate? It almost seems unfair that we spend frivolously on something that's insignificant. There has to be a better way for us to use or better judgement and spend our dollars more wisely.

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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

A Few Popular Toys For The Kids To Enjoy




Every now and then kids love to have a popular toy to enjoy. What better toy to get them other than one or a few inexpensive fun toys? I decided to find a few popular toys for the kids today.

These toys can range from a number of small to medium size toys which varies in price and selections. They are inexpensive and enjoyable to the kids. Makes a wonderful reward or just a surprise to the children which brings joy to their little faces all the time.

Surprise your little one with a popular toy today. Make them smile, gush with surprise or even with excitement. Put a smile on their face with a wonderful toy surprise!

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Super Soaker Cps 2700 Review


The Super Soaker 2700 by Hasbro is oneof it's kind on the market place today and in a catagory of it's own. Light in weight despite being heavy when filled with water. Ideal for kids and adults alike, consumes an ample amount of water supply for battle and accurate and convenient. The best of it's kind in the super soaker catogory.

No more than five pounds in weight, the Super Soaker 2700 gun makes it ideal for the battle field. Comes highly recommended with three nozzles and highly powered with a super efficiency rating.
Now onto something more exciting about the Super Soaker 2700. It's the most powerful spherical CPS bladder type water gun out there. It has 5 shots per tank, and very good shot time, while keeping high output. The 2X nozzle is great for conservation, in fact it's the nozzle I use most often on the 2700.

All in all I believe it's the best water gun out there today on the market especially given the price for this gun. Highly powered and ready for a water war at all times. Be sure to check this gun out and purchase one today. Ideal for ages 12 and up, give it a try now.

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Wednesday, 13 June 2012

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City PS3 Rev.

Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City turns the table as we fight for "the man" rather than humanity. Cosying down with The Umbrella Corporation felt a little odd at first, but I soon got into the swing of things.

Raccoon City is resurrected by Capcom and Vancouver-based developer Slant Six Games in the form of Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City. Although leaving the main games in the series to do the real story work, it still offers an unusual twist in the form of team-based third person shooting.
Operation Raccoon City is set directly in the middle of the infection zone of the titular city. You can play as any of the Umbrella Security Service as they get sent around the city to obliterate all remaining evidence of Umbrella's seedy dealings with the incident -- which also means murdering any people who have an inkling of the unpalatable truth.

This is essentially the Hunk mission from Resident Evil 2 writ large. Those that found that hidden level in the second game will remember the storyline. Here it is extended, considerable as we learn of yet another tangent to the franchise's main trajectory.



The basic premise is that Umbrella Corporation realises that their G-Virus scientist William Birkin plans to sell the virus to the Government. Their response is to send in a team to try and stop the virus getting out. As you may imagine, literally within minutes the whole world is on the edge of extinction when Birkin gives himself the virus, mutates and wipes out the team.

Each of the available characters have different abilities and weapons, which much is expected. Less familiar though is the way the story is told from the perspective of the corporation. Playing through these events batting for the other side is an interesting and intriguing experience -- particularly when fan favourite characters like Claire Redfield, Leon Kennedy and Jill Valentine are targeted by the corp.

From this ethically-murky, cauldron, climb series' favourite mutants. Tyrant, Hunters, Lickers and the deadly Nemesis all step up to thwart "the man" at some point in time. Players need to reduce contact with the enemies. If their infection gauge fills up it's game over -- anti-viral sprays and medics being the only way to drain the meter.

In addition to the main story, Operation Raccoon City also delivers a four-player cooperative campaign, a four-versus-four competitive game mode and a multi-player heroes mode. The sheer variety on offer here turns what might have been a footnote to the Resident Evil cannon into an engaging and interesting addition.

For fans of the series this is an essential tangent to tide them over to the arrival of Resident Evil 6. For the rest of us, it's still a good chance to enter the world of corporate mismanagement and viral weapons.


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Thursday, 22 December 2011

Last Day Of School For The Kids

Sanford Hall


Today is the last day of school for the kids before Christmas. This means I have to do as much if not all of the remaining shopping for christmas while the kids are not at home or in the way. The malls are crowded this time of the year while everyone does their christmas shopping.

I will be shopping for a few video games for my children XBOX360 and WII. I hope and trust it goes well so I can return home in time to bake them cookies as treats once they return from school today. Cookies are something they enjoy and love, therefore I know it will be something that's surprising and exciting once they return. As a dad, I live for these moments, seeing such wonderful expression on their faces. This is the reason I consider myself the worlds best dad, which makes me dad of the day, every day!