Posts Tagged ‘dying’
This is a massive domino maze depicting the fall of the dinosaurs as told by domino-lover Flippycat (of Starry Night, Nintendo, laser and wall-themed domino maze fame). It took almost 39 hours of setup over two weeks to complete the scenes and less than a minute and a half to knock them all down. One thing is for certain though: no matter how it’s told, the story of the dinosaurs dying is always sad. I just cried. HARD. So hard I’m blowing snot bubbles. No, no I’m not. I am blowing bubbles in my chocolate milk though. “What are you, six?” In good looks? I’m probably closer to a four.
Hit the jump for the video. All the action is in the first 1:30, the rest is time-lapse of him setting up all the scenes.
10 PS2 Classics We're Dying to Have Added to the PlayStation Store
The PlayStation 2 has arguably the best library of titles gaming has ever seen. From industry revolutionizing experiences like Grand Theft Auto III to artistic masterpieces like Shadow of the Colossus, the PS2 had something for everyone. Now that Sony …
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New PS2 Classics announced, 'Grand Theft Auto 3' coming July 31st
While fans wait for “Grand Theft Auto V”, PlayStation 3 owners will be able to revisit the past and bask in the wonders of “Grand Theft Auto III” once again thanks to the wonder that is digital distribution. On Friday morning it was revealed that on …
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PS2 Classic release of GTA 3 delayed
When it does release on the PS3, GTA 3 will be priced at $ 9.99, and it'll only be a PS2 Classics release, which means it won't receive the same treatment of a HD upgrade such as HD graphics and Trophy support. Source: PlayStation Blog. Sections …
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Sony launches three new Cyber-shot cameras, admits point-and-shoots are a dying breed (hands-on pictures)
Eavesdrop on any conversation between a journalist and a camera manufacturer, and you’re guaranteed to hear some variant of the question, “what are you doing about the rise of smartphone cameras?” At a recent Sony briefing in New York City, the company didn’t even wait to be asked — it addressed the question head on, and told us that basically, point-and-shoots are dying. Sony’s low-end camera sales were down 20 percent last year, and no one at the company expects that number to do anything but increase in the years to come. Dying doesn’t mean dead, though: these cheap cameras still account for as much as 80 percent of Sony’s camera sales, and the company estimates that people replace their point-and-shoot every two years, so there’s…
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‘Michael Jackson: The Experience’ (Wii) Released on Friday, November 26 2010 By Matthew Reynolds, Gaming EditorTweet this Digg this Send to friend More options UbisoftGaming Also available on: DS, PSP Developer: Ubisoft Montreal Publisher: Ubisoft Genre: Dancing No stone is being left unturned to ensure we never forget about the late King of Pop. Not content with a feature film of his unfulfilled tour and a posthumous album, you can now learn how to move like Michael Jackson in this Wii remote-waggling title cataloguing his greatest hits and moves. While it’s less of an experience and more of a themed Just Dance spinoff, that’s not to put it at any considerable disservice; it offers a similar level of polish, accessibility and fun factor seen in Ubisoft’s many other dance releases. The most notable similarity is a dazzling flair for production, where abstracted, white-gloved dancers cleanly demonstrate complex moves, appearing as if to pop out of the screen as they stand in front of scenes crafted specifically for each track. Song menus boldly display original album artwork, and it’s streamlined to ensure you’re dancing with just a couple of button presses after popping in the disc. Although it offers a healthy 26 songs, better known tracks such as ‘Thriller’, ‘Beat It’ and ‘Billie Jean’ alone put dedicated dancing games in the shade, while lesser-known songs such as ‘Sunset Driver’, ‘Speed Demon’ and ‘Ghosts’ should please MJ fans. While the game is very approachable in …
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…upgrade. I'm looking at the HTC Incredible, but have the option to get the Motorola DroidX or Droid2 or the new Samsung Fascinate (via Verizon). Any recommendations? I really, really, really wish I could afford a Google G1, but that isn't in the cards, and wouldn't work on Verizon anyway.
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How can I save the android battery from dying out.. will I have to buy a new battery or can I change settings?
How can I save the android battery from dying fast.. it lasts a few hours? My doid’s battery doesnt really last that long.. it lasts for maybe half a day. Are there any apps or any settings I can change to save it or make it last longer?