Monday, January 31, 2011

5 Mangga You Can Read Besides Naruto & Bleach

Naruto & Bleach indeed are a good mangga and anime, but sometimes it feel a little bit boring, the story a little bit draggy and sometimes too predictable. These are 5 manggas you can read besides the two popular series:

1. Beelzebub
Strong delinquent Oga (nicknamed Ogre, Demon, or "it'd be alright if he'd just die" by other delinquents) picks up a baby that turns out to be the son of the Great Demon King! Chosen to raise the baby until he's in age of destroying mankind, together with the demon maid Hilda, they're sure to make mankind die... of laughter!

The story follows his life with the child and at the delinquent school. Oga attempts to "pass on" baby beel to other students at Ishiyama. If Oga can find someone more evil and stronger than him, Baby Beel will attach to that person instead of Oga.After subsequently fighting and defeating all members of the Tōhōshinki and in the process, destroying Ishiyama High itself, Oga and company are transferred to Saint Ishiyama Academy, which appears to be a direct opposite of the delinquent school.

Christina Grimmie - Gorgeous YouTube Sensastion

She was born on March 12, 1994 in the state of New Jersey. She is the second child of Tina and Albert Grimmie and has a brother named Mark Grimmie.
From 2009 onwards, Christina got popular as the YouTube starsinger.
In her spare time, Christina loves playing videogames, particularly Zelda: Ocarina of Time (which explains her YouTube-username). She also likes Mario and has a poster of Sonic in her standard recording-room.
Religiously, Christina describes herself as a full on Christian who loves Jesus and reads The Bible.
Professionally, she is inspired by Christina Aguilera, and recently got to know Selena Gomez.
As of mid-September 2010, Christina Grimmie is still unsigned.

Source: Zeldaxlove64

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Midnight DX + : The Best Arcade Driving Game Ever

Midnight DX is an arcade driving game based on it's Japanese Manga, Midnight. This arcade driving game is popular as it uses magnetic card that able to save your game progress under your own preferred nickname as well as your cars, players can modified their cars including tuning and visual. The players can play this game in various mode, Story Mode for upgrading your car's performance, Ghost Mode where you battle other players' cars, Time Attack as for you to break records and gain ranking and 10 Outrun Battles where you try to outrun 10 cars in the fastest time possible. Furthermore, this game allow up to 4 players to receive and offer challenge to race to each other, on top of that, players can change the game mode to Refuse Challenge as some players like to play alone. Until today, the arcade driving game has been changed to the latest version called Midnight DX+ (Plus), where it features two additional cars which are the old Skyline DPGC10 and the new Nissan Skyline R35, with additional tracks like Fukuoka. Most of the players usually use manual transmission, as it is very easier to play as this game need players to be good at sharp turns, skid and drift during high speed. In Malaysia, this game is popular among male teenagers even to young adults, although I've seen some good female players but it's really rare.

Below are some of the most favorite cars used by DX players:

1. Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 7
Probably the most used, most preferred car by DX players. The most suitable car for newbies or beginners at the start of the game. It has everything, stability, speed and stylish. It can skid and drift very wells through tight corners, depending how good the player is. On top of that, it is a good training car for those beginners who starting to try DX. Me, myself used this car in the beginning and it was impressive. A good car with 6-gears driven to perfection.

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Top 10 Worst Licensed VIdeo Games

It’s accepted as a universal truth among gamers: if a game is based on a movie, it’s probably going to be terrible.  There are several reasons for this: the game is rushed as a merchandising tie-in, the studio hired does a hack job in the first place, and so on.  But the net result is a shoddy product that fooled millions of children.  Here are the ten worst:

10. Warlock (SNES/Genesis)

What, you might ask, is Warlock?
That should pretty much tell you all you need to know, but for the curious, it was a terrible movie starring Julian Sands.  Who, you might ask?  Nobody important. We think we saw him selling cars at Honest Bob’s in Van Nuys a week or so back.
Anyway, Warlock came out and disappeared and, four years later, the game based on the movie nobody saw came out.  And it was terrible: riddled with bugs, chock full of broken gameplay mechanics, and generally a miserable time for everybody.  Just like the movie.

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