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Here is another PS3 exclusive review for inFamous! The inFamous demo is one of the best demo's that I've ever played, this even tops the UFC demo, and you all know how much I liked that! I really enjoyed the demo and I wasn't planning on picking this up when it came out, but the demo might have changed my mind. You're definitely going to want to download this demo because this game is beast! BUY INFAMOUS: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/infamous.html Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html So I saw that inFamous was out and so I decided to download it and give it a try after watching a few reviews. Unlike most other demos I've downloaded, while I was waiting for inFamous to download I actually forgot that it was downloading and came back to the Playstation 3 a few hours later and realized that it had been finished for hours. For some reason I just didn't think this game was going to have everything to make it a winner for me. I played the first half of the demo without sound because I was using the computer at the same time and wasn't putting too much attention into the game, so I can't really talk about the story in the beginning, as I didn't watch the entire thing with sound. Even so, I've got to say it looked good. The way Sucker Punch put the comic feel into the story made it really feel like a super hero game. The graphics of inFamous, I must say, could have been better. I know inFamous has been a while in the making so I'll give them that, they started the game a while ago, but still, the graphics didn't cut it for me. I'm glad they focused on the electricity and the way that looks, because that's what saved it for me. The explosions and the way Cole uses the electricity is very well done. The fact that you can hover or just drop off the top of a building and come down in a ball of electric fury is freaking sweet! The controls are the easiest controls of any game that I've every played before! The way they work reminded me of God of War a little bit and how you unlock more combos and build on moves as you continue through the game. For me, it does get a little confusing after you build up your arsenal of moves and combos because you have so many variations that you forget them and end up leaving some out and just use the same bunch of moves. I have to give Sucker Punch credit in the variety of moves and the layout of the guide that shows you the buttons for each move. I think they did a great job on this and it seems like they spread out the unlocking of moves throughout the game so you don't get too many moves too fast. Finally the gameplay, it reminds me of Spiderman, Grand Theft Auto, Tony Hawk, and God of War. The Spiderman feel comes from the way you climb up objects, I really love the smoothness in the way you just flow up buildings. The GTA feel comes from the open environment. I really love sandbox games and it looks like inFamous might find it's way to a spot in my favorites with the set up of the map. For some reason when I'm running down the streets it just feels like the old Tony Hawk games to me. I can't figure out if it's the cars or just that you run fast and it seems like you're on a skateboard. Either way, it's not a bad thing, I enjoyed the Tony Hawk games and inFamous looks awesome! As I mentioned before, the God of War feel, to me, comes with the way you build on your moves and unlock variations of the moves that you've already learned. Overall, inFamous looks just awesome and I think I'm going to pick it up if I have the extra cash. The only complaints I have are there were a few glitches that I found and the enemies were very repetitive. Sucker Punch didn't put a lot of effort into breaking up the look of the enemies. One more thing I didn't like too much was the layout of the city, to me it just felt repetitive and seemed like parts of it were neglected by the designers, but I can deal with that for being able to run around and electrocute anyone and ...
  • 6 Oct 2011
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Rock Band 2 or Guitar Hero 3? Everyone asks this question when considering purchasing one or the other, so I'm going to tell you what I think about them both and let you decide! BUY GUITAR HERO 3 GUITAR FOR PS3: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/gh3ps3.html BUY GUITAR HERO 3 GUITAR FOR 360: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/gh3360.html BUY GUITAR HERO 3 GUITAR FOR Wii: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/gh3wii.html BUY ROCK BAND 2 GUITAR FOR PS3: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/rb2ps3.html BUY ROCK BAND 2 GUITAR FOR 360: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/rb2360.html BUY ROCK BAND 2 GUITAR FOR Wii: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/rb2wii.html Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html The overall look of the Rockband 2 guitar controller, in my opinion, looks much cleaner and realistic and I personally like the look of it more. This being said, Guitar Hero 3 did come out first and quite a while before so they didn't have anything to improve on except their original design from the previous Guitar Hero's. I prefer the Guitar Hero 3 buttons over the Rockband 2 buttons because they're easier to navigate when you're not looking at them. I find that with the Rockband 2 guitar, I lose my fingering a lot more often and then have a difficult time trying to get it back without looking down at my hand. Another downside to the Rock Band guitar and a plus to the Guitar Hero controller is that Guitar Hero has a big raised line on the yellow button that you can easily feel and tell which finger the yellow button is on. The Rock Band guitar has little pin bumps, which, with a little bit of use, wear right down to nothing so there is no way of telling what button your finger is on. As far as the strumbar goes, I prefer the Guitar Hero 3 version again, but I can easily deal with the Rockband 2 version. The only thing I don't like about the Rock Band 2 strumbar is that you can't hear or feel the click when you've strummed up or down. Again, this is just my preference, but I could use either and it doesn't hinder my gameplay too much. My opinion on the whammy bar is that I would prefer a mix between the two. I think that Guitar Hero got it right with the angle of the bar, but messed up with the length, but Rockband got the length right and the angle off. If they made the length as long as the Rock Band 2 version and the angle the angle of the Guitar Hero 3 version I think it would be golden! The other controls on both guitars are fine with me, I have no preference of which setup I like better in this area. One cool thing that Rock Band implemented is a button to change which controller number you are without having to go into the settings in the XMB. So I think my vote would have to go to Rockband 2 for the additional controls. Rockband also implemented a cool idea with the strap nubs. They made them to be screwed in so that you could move the nub to make the guitar controller for either a lefty or a righty player. This, I think, was a very smart move by Rock Band 2. While I'm at it, I might as well mention that the Rock Band 2 guitar controller has an on/off switch in the back. This gets great use, from me anyway, as I don't have to worry about hitting the PS button on the Rockband guitar when I don't intend to use it. I think that just about sums up all the differences that I thought were noteable between the two guitar versions. I would say, don't base your opinion on which guitar I like, but for you to go out yourself and try both guitars and see which one feels more comfortable to you. It doesn't matter what it looks like, but if it's going to hinder your gameplay just to look pretty, I'd say go with the one that fits your playing style! *******www.themodelship****
  • 24 Mar 2010
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Hello again, this is Kyle with and today I have a cool little tip for everyone. If you're not a geek, then this probably won't mean a whole you, but it can provide you with some very useful information. If you have ever pressed: "ctrl+alt+delete" and chosen "task manager" then you know that you can monitor your cpu usage and all of the programs and applications currently running on your computer. Most people only use this when their computer freezes up and they don't know what else to do to unfreeze it. Sometimes it is very useful to have a shortcut to this, either on you're desktop or in you're quick launch bar, but this can be difficult to accomplish if you aren't very computer savvy. Now this is the part where I come in and teach you how to do this little task in a matter of 20 seconds. That being said, lets get started with this! Below is a screen recording video of myself demonstrating this process of creating the desktop shortcut to the task manager. There is also text below the video that states what is happening in the video, if for some reason you would rather read through this instead of watch it. First off, you are going to need to go to your desktop. I do this by using the keyboard shortcut, "windows key+D". If you don't know what the windows key is, it is in the bottom left of your keyboard right between ctrl and alt. Just hold that key down and press the D key on your keyboard at the same time, and you're computer will minimize everything and show your desktop. Now you need to right click on a blank spot and go to the tab that says, new, and then click on the tab that says, shortcut. This will pop a box on your screen that says, "This wizard helps you to create shortcuts, to local or network programs, files, folders, computers, or Internet addresses. Type the location of the item." Below that there will be a box where you can submit text into. Click in the box and type, "taskmgr.exe" and then press next. Now there will be another box asking you to state the name of the shortcut. You can put whatever you choose in this box. In my case I'm going to put, Task Manager. Then just click finish and you will see a new icon on your desktop. At this point you're almost complete, there is only one more step if you would like to customize it a little more for your liking. To do this you need to double click on the shortcut you just created and you should see a familiar screen. In the top click, options, and in the dropdown list there should be a few things already ticked. If not, don't worry they don't need to be ticked. In that list there will be an option that says, Hide When Minimized. Just click that and you're all set! Now when you minimize that window, it won't show up in your taskbar, but if you look to the right, in your system tray, you will see a new icon there that shows the cpu usage on you're computer. Now whenever you want to see how much cpu you're computer is using, you just need to look in the system tray and you will get an estimate of how much cpu is being used. I do need to site one source for this. I found this information at: *******technet.microsoft****/en-us/library/bb727136.aspx and I thought it was useful so I decided to pass it on to all of you! If you think you have a tip or trick that is useful, then contact me and let me know! If I think its good enough, I might even make a video out of it!
  • 22 Nov 2009
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I got my Jabra BT125 Blue Tooth Headset with my copy of Warhawk back when I first got my PS3 and here's the review! Overall the Jabra BT125 is a really solid and well performing headset especially for only $12.00! I would recommend the Jabra BT125 to anyone who doesn't mind wearing a Bluetooth headset on their ear. BUY THE JABRA BT125: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/jabrabt125.html Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html First I'll start with the look of the Jabra headset. Out of the many headsets I've seen, I must say, the Jabra BT125 has a really sleek looking design and is easily one of the sexiest headsets I've come across. Although the design does nothing to improve the abilities of hte headset, the look does mean something and for the Jabra, the look is at its best! The comfort level of the Jabra BT125 headset isn't the best. To be honest I really don't like the feel of many Bluetooth Headsets to begin with and Jabra could have put a little more thought into the comfort level of this bad boy. I found that after a while of using it, my ear would really start to hurt, but being as I was gaming, I ignored it until it turned from a sore ear into a throbbing headache. That was the main reason why I went out and bought the FreeStyler 500. I ended up sacrificing some quality and performance for the comfort, but that's just me. The sound quality on the Jabra BT 125 is really quite amazing for a $12.00 mic. I found that I never had to turn the volume to the maximum and I could always hear clearly and from what others have told me, they could hear me clearly as well. I never got any complaints in game lobbies from anyone telling me that my mic was buzzing so there's no need to worry about that. As far as quality goes, this is probably among the best you'll find in the Jabra's price range. Overall the Jabra BT125 is a solid headset and I really think it was very well designed. Again, the only negative thing was the comfort and that really kills this headset for me. If you're looking for a headset, I'd say this is a great option and for only $12.00 it's worth a shot! *******www.themodelship**** *******www.powershelfoutletcovers****
  • 28 May 2009
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ChaCha is like having a smart friend you can call or text for answers on your cell phone anytime for free! ChaCha works with virtually every provider and allows people with any mobile phone device - from basic flip phones to advanced smart phones - to ask any question in conversational English and receive an accurate answer as a text message in just a few minutes. In January of 2008, ChaCha launched its mobile answers text service at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. Since that day, hundreds of thousands of people have become ChaCha fans - of both the text AND mobile answers voice service - asking ChaCha millions and millions of questions every month. Thanks to all the passionate, innovative ChaCha fans whove tried us! Whats your question? Simply text your question to 242242 (spells ChaCha) or call 1-800-2ChaCha (800-224-2242) from your mobile phone to ask any question. What are you waiting for? Ask away!
  • 19 May 2009
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The Left 4 Dead video review, an Xbox 360 exclusive! Left 4 Dead was a requested review by vinhbotchu after he donated $5.00, so go check out his channel here: *******www.youtube****/user/vinhbotchu Overall, Left 4 Dead is a fun, time killing, zombie game and I think it's worth buying. If you don't want to buy it, just rent it to give it a try and see how you like it. It does get fairly repetitive, so renting might be the better idea for you. BUY LEFT 4 DEAD FOR 360: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/left4dead360.html BUY LEFT 4 DEAD FOR PC: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/left4deadpc.html Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html As far as the controls go, they are pretty much just standard shooter controls and for once, the sensitivity is actually not too bad. You can raise it up so that it's at least playable for those of you who are like me and need high sensitivity to play at your best. Other then that, the controls are great and easy to pick up right away. The graphics are pretty exceptional for an Xbox 360 game, I have to give the credit to Valve for putting such effort into the details in this game. This being said, the graphics aren't on the top of the charts, but they pass the test. Left 4 Dead is a really fun game when you first pick it up and why wouldn't it be? Who doesn't like to slaughter zombies with multiple weapons? Anyway, after a while of 'zombie mowing' it gets pretty repetitive and the lifetime value of this game is fairly low. I must say, this is probably one of the games you would want to rent instead of buy. Just by renting it, you could probably get the full picture of what it's all about and fully enjoy what Left 4 Dead has to offer. If you're a gamer who likes to take their time and really take in the game, you might have to rent it twice to get through everything. Left 4 Dead really focuses on teamwork for every aspect of the game, no matter what you're doing, teamwork is essential for the survival of everyone. You need to stick together and watch each others back. Another quality that goes hand in hand with teamwork is communication. You and your team are going to have to have good communication or you are setting yourselves up for failure. When you have zombies coming at you from everywhere, it's good to know where your teammates are and which sides are covered or need to be covered. I think with all of these pro's and cons taken into consideration, Left 4 Dead is a great game and offers a lot of fun for a short amount of time. It is one of those games that you can only play so much of before getting bored of it and probably trading it in. You might want to hold on to Left 4 Dead as it can be a pretty fun party game, but there are plenty of other party games that I would keep instead. Have an awesome weekend everyone! *******www.themodelship**** *******www.powershelfoutletcovers****
  • 16 May 2009
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The review High Velocity Bowling PSN game for the PS3! High Velocity Bowling is a PSN game that you use the six axis controller to bowl. From tilting the controller to move your bowler, to moving your hand in a sweeping motion to make your bowler try for a strike, it's all done through the power of six axis! Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html Wii bowling and other Wii sports got really big and became the Wii's claim to fame. Up until recently the Wii really didn't have any competition in their niche, but now Sony is trying to take a piece of their action. I must say, I think Sony did a very good job of getting themselves into a competitive position with High Velocity Bowling. I personally never really enjoyed Wii bowling, I think it was fun, but very gimmicky and just overall not very enjoyable. When I played High Velocity Bowling, the story was completely the opposite! From the way you hold the PS3 six axis controller, to the graphics and game modes, High Velocity Bowling got it right! Besides the obvious graphical advantage of Sony's Playstation 3 over the Wii, the design of the classic Playstation controller has finally proved to be the winner. The way you hold the Wii controller is comfortable and controlled, but not even close to the way you would hold a real bowling ball. With the six axis controller, you hold it almost as close as you can get to the way you hold a real bowling ball. This makes the gameplay easier and much more realistic. Sometimes the six axis gets a little confused and when you put your hand forward the bowlers hand goes backwards, but that's the only issue I have had so far with the PSN game. This being said, at least you don't have to have a sensor bar on top of your TV or game system just so you can play a motion game, so we expect a few quirks anyway. High Velocity Bowling definitely gives you a bunch of contend for you to download or unlock. They have been consistent with putting out free DLC for the holidays and I think they will continue with that. Of course there are paid add-ons available to purchase from the Playstation Network and they are reasonably priced! Overall I would say that High Velocity Bowling blows Wii bowling out of the water and down the street! Watch out Wii, there's a new competitor in the market and they've already outdone you with their first attempt! *******www.themodelship**** *******www.powershelfoutletcovers****
  • 14 May 2009
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Ok, I'm going to Hawaii the week after school ends until the end of July, so that means I can't make any videos unless I get a laptop before I leave. I've come up with a little idea that I need all of you to help me out with! Basically every $5.00 or more donation I get, I'm going to let that person request a video from me about whatever they want! If I get a donation under $5.00 I will give that person a mention in the upcoming videos. SEND ME A DONATION THROUGH PAYPAL: Godismyrockextreme-days**** If I don't raise enough money before I leave, at least you guys will have lots of videos to keep you occupied while I am away. If I do collect enough money, I will buy a laptop and continue making videos all vacation long. As money is raised, I'm going to give away more shirts and maybe some other items depending on how well this goes. So I need all of your help! Please send me a donation if you don't want my videos to stop for the summer! SEND ME A DONATION THROUGH PAYPAL: Godismyrockextreme-days****
  • 13 May 2009
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Killzone 2 has just released their first DLC! It's two new maps for us all to enjoy! The two maps are, Wasteland Bullet, which is a bullet train that transports supplies and troops between Pyrrhus and the Wasteland and the second map is the Vekta Cruiser, which is the ISA starship that they must defend against the attacking Helghast soldiers. Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html As far as the design and play of the two maps, I would say I don't have too much to complain about. If you've played through the campaign, you're already familiar with both of these maps so there's not going to be too much of a suprise packaged with your purchase. Like other games, they just moved around a few things and made things smoother so they will work with online play, but other than that they barely changed anything. Wasteland Bullet is not my favorite map, but I would say I'm glad they included it. It can get pretty crazy sometimes and there's a lot of 'rocket spam' on some of the game modes. This does get very annoying, very quickly, but is easily fought back with if you just come up from behind. The various targets for each game mode were placed pretty well, I think they could have done a better job to prevent some of the rocket abuse or the 'grenade spam', but this map isn't completely trash. The second map is the Vekta Cruiser which is completely indoors, thus making it quite claustrophobic at times. The only time when I get really frustrated at the placement on this map is during Search and Destroy. I find that this game mode just gets insane and I tend to just try and defend or go for kills instead of trying to complete the objective because both of the points are right in the middle of the room. I really like the Vekta Cruiser map, I'm not sure why, it is just very appealing to me. I've played it a lot and I think it should have been one of the original maps included with the Killzone 2 game itself. I really hope that they come out with more DLC for Killzone 2, maybe some more game modes or maps. I think if they added in some new weapons for more ranks that would add a lot of power to the game. Overall I think these maps are good and if you're on the fence about buying them, I would say do it, but if you aren't too interested I would say they're not a must have and the money could be spent on different DLC that would give you more gameplay and add more game value to your PS3. *******www.themodelship**** *******www.powershelfoutletcovers****
  • 12 May 2009
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Here's the review of the PSN game Burn Zombie Burn! In Burn Zombie Burn, the object is to kill the most zombies as fast as you can with an arsenal full of weapons at your disposal! You start off with a semi-auto pistol and a torch and the more zombies you exterminate, the more weapons you get to choose from! Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html Your pack of weapons ranges from a chainsaw to a gatling gun to a speaker that makes the zombies stop and dance so you can mow them down or light them on fire! There are three game modes included with the PSN game. The first is classic arcade mode, in which you go on until you die and take out the most zombies as you can before dying. The second mode is a time challenge, in this mode, as you kill zombies they occasionally drop a timer that when you pick up adds time the countdown clock and you go on for as long as you can before the timer runs out. The third mode is protect Daisy, this is where the zombies are after Bruce's girlfriend Daisy and they all go after her and you have to protect your dear girl before the zombies get the best of her! There is one final mode in which you have to complete the round with certain handicaps placed on you. The gameplay is a bit like Super Stardust HD, where the object is to destroy the things coming at you, pick up the powerups they drop, and last as long as you can, but the theme is a bit different. Instead of burning up asteroids and collecting the various upgrades dropped, you light zombies on fire and finish them off in whatever way gives you the most pleasure. While playing this game I found myself yelling and laughing out loud as I annihilated thousands of zombies! This game is a good one to have saved up on your PS3 and a must have for zombie fans! I also liked how they included a good bunch of trophies with the game as well. Some of them fairly hard to get, increasing the length of game play by a long time! I have to admit this game is providing me quite a bit of a challenge in acquiring the gold medals, I think I will have to have a friend over and beat it in the co-op game mode because I've tried too many times on my own! The graphics are great, the gameplay is great, the replay value is great, the price is great, and the entire game is great! The one and only complaint I have is that you can't play your own music library while playing the game. The other thing that would be nice is if they lowered the price, but hey, people need to get paid for their work, so I'm happy to support them if they do as good a job as has been done with Burn Zombie Burn! *******www.themodelship**** *******www.powershelfoutletcovers****
  • 7 May 2009
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The iPod app review of Stick Wars! This game is just like Defend Your Castle for the PC. There have been many remakes of Defend Your Castle over the years, but they all had the same concept. This time, it has come to the iPod Touch and iPhone! Now, instead of flinging those pesky stick figures with your mouse, you get to fling them with your finger! Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html I used to love this game and spend hours playing it. I never thought of putting it on the iPod Touch and iPhone, but as soon as I saw that someone had already done it, I bought it right away! Stick Wars is only $0.99 in the app store and it's worth much more than that! For a game that goes on forever, I don't know why someone wouldn't go purchase this app! As far as the game goes, they did a great job on the tutorial, explaining what everything does and how to use them all. It has the option to turn off the blood for those young users out there and you can change the difficulty as well! One other plus is that you can play your music while playing Stick Wars! Don't you hate those apps that you have to listen to their soundtrack and you have no choice to turn it off. When you bring up the game just double click the home button and press play and your music will start playing!
  • 5 May 2009
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Headphones, we all have them lying around. In fact, most of us have a few pairs. To name a few that I have, the official apple headphones, a pair of sony over the ear headphones, a pair of old school sony headphones, noise canceling maxell headphones, I have a set of skullcandy full metal jacket earbuds, and last but not least, the grenade X boosted headphones. Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html If you were to ask me how many microphones I have, I would tell you two. As with most people, I don't have a lot of microphones laying around and for a while I didn't have any microphones at all. I solved this problem by using a pair of headphones as a microphone. I wouldn't recommend using a pair of headphones as you only microphone, but it will work if you need a microphone and you can't get your hands on one right away. Who knows, you might find a great pair of headphones that work perfectly for you as a microphone, but you'll never know if you don't give it a shot! So first, look at the end of your headphones and count the rings. You will most likely have two rings, this is for the left and right audio. If you have three rings this means you have a mic built into your headphones already and you're all set! After counting the rings, if you have two rings, plug the headphones into a camera or a computer's microphone input jack. Now, start talking into the headphones and see if your device picks up your voice. Try talking in both earphones at once to get a clearer and louder sound. If this works you're all set! Just be sure to post a comment telling me what kind of headphones you used and what you plugged them into. If it didn't work, try another pair until you get one to work! Hope this will keep all of those horrible videos where people record themselves typing a tutorial in notepad without a microphone! *******www.TheModelShip**** *******www.PowerShelfOutletCovers****
  • 24 Apr 2009
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Clutter Saps Your Energy Knowing the downside to clutter is good to open your eyes. But what good does it really do if you aren’t shown a way out? To get organized and gain energy, clarity and friends, follow Nike’s advice and just do it. Tackle one room at a time. Begin with whatever room you use the most. Don’t think you have to get through the entire house in one day; that would be unrealistic and could undermine your efforts in the long run. A simple thing like adding a Power Shelf in rooms where there are loads of cords can make a huge difference. Where there are cords for cell phones, chargers, or computers, a storage solution like The Power Shelf can come in super handy. This shelf replaces a standard wall outlet and offers a resting place to whatever item is being charged. This could be anything from a computer to an electric tart warmer for fragrance. Cords can be neatly wrapped around the arm of The Power Shelf, removing the cluttered appearance from kitchen counters and desks. BUY A POWER SHELF: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/powershelf.html Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html Clutter Can Cramp Your Social Life Oftentimes what happens when a home becomes cluttered is that the homeowner stops entertaining. When friends stop by, they may even meet them out on the front porch instead of inviting them in for a cup of coffee. Nobody wants to feel ashamed of their home. Equally, nobody really likes that uncomfortable feeling when a friend comes in and reacts to the stack of magazines taking up an entire kitchen counter. Clear out items that you no longer need, and get organized places like a Power Shelf to store those things that you do. This will lead to a happier and healthier self esteem and social life! A Power Shelf Provides Help For the College-Bound The first lesson a teen heading for college should begin to master is that of time management. In high school, it was a bit easier to juggle school with activities and chores. College will be a whole different ball game, especially for those carrying a full load of classes. Trying to balance work, play and school can quickly turn disastrous for teens who don’t know how to manage their time. To help them, you could take your teen shopping for a good organizer. This could be a book like a planner or it could be something for the tech savvy that gets charged in their handy Power Shelf. As long as it works for them, and gets them to add all classes and activities to their schedule, it’s good. One big way a parent can set their teen up for success is to assist them in getting their new living space organized. This goes for everything from the closet to the kitchen. Clutter will wreak havoc on a busy college student, sapping the energy needed for academic success. Organizing the work area of your college student is an easy task with the help of The Power Shelf. This easy to install shelf rids the area of the clutter of cords and small items needing power. Replacing the standard wall outlet with a Power Shelf gives a new place for items such as cell phones and even the all important laptop. Cords wrap neatly around the arm of the shelf, and the item sits securely on the shelf, keeping counters and work spaces free of clutter. A teen should be encouraged to add any deadlines to their planner the moment the deadline is given. A planner should be used to properly plan out time for study and play. Once items are in their planner, they can then prioritize them based on deadlines and time commitment. A student must learn to gauge how much time each assignment will take, and then block that amount of time out in their planner for each assignment. Doing this will prevent the student from beginning a task and spending so much time on that one task that they miss others. *******www.themodelship****
  • 4 Apr 2009
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The Soyo Group FreeStyler 500 BlueTooth headset review. The FreeStyler 500 BlueTooth headset has a cool look and design and has fairly long battery life. Id have to say that im not sure what i would change about it if i could change something, i think it was designed well. BUY FREESTYLER 500: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/freestyler500.html Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html The first thing I want to talk about is the price. For $15.00 you cant really go wrong, and the BlueTooth headset is worth atleast $40.00 in my mind. This headset isnt built cheap, it has some weight to it, but it could have a little more thought into it. Unlike most other BlueTooth headsets, the has only three buttons on it. This makes for very easy use and its very straight forward. The also has the volume up and down on different sides of the headset itself so its easy to know if your turning the volume up or down. One minor issue that I have with the FreeStyler 500 is that the volume doesn't go up as high as I would like it to. Also, when I turn it up to the maximum, people complain because it has a slight buzz, but if you keep it one level below full the buzz goes away. So make sure you keep that in mind and don't turn it up to the maximum volume unless necessary. Included with the Soyo Group FreeStyler is a charger and two interchangeable ear pieces. One earpiece is just like a normal BlueTooth headset, and is reversable to be worn on your right or left ear. The other piece makes the FreeStyler into more of a lapel mic. I absolutely love this piece, because I really don't like bluetooth headsets on my ear, I find them to be heavy and uncomfortable. Another reason why I like it more is because the piece that goes into your ear is actually part of earbud headphones so I'm already used to and comfortable with wearing earbuds. One other reason why I like this attatchment so much is because when I play PS3 with headphones on, my Grenade X Boosted headphones let the earbud fit perfectly underneath the earcups. The included charger works great and has a good length cord so you don't have to worry about it not reaching where you would like to store your headset to charge. I think that's about all that I have to say on the FreeStyler 500 headset, I hope you found this useful, and if you did, or didn't, leave a comment telling me why or why not. *******www.themodelship**** *******www.powershelfoutletcovers****
  • 2 Apr 2009
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Gripshift is a downloadable game for the ps3 and 360 and this is my video review for Gripshift! Right off the bat this game looks a lot easier than it really is to play, but after 10 or 15 minutes of practice, the controls come natural and Gripshift becomes extremely addictive and enjoyable! I can guarantee that anyone that likes puzzle racing games will love Gripshift! Gripshift has the perfect combination of the racing and puzzle aspect of games, but keeps the casual gamer in mind as well. So if you just want a game to waste some time and have some fun, Gripshift will work! Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html For a Playstation Network game that is DLC, Gripshift provides an insanely wide variety of customization options and has the most levels that I've ever seen in a PSN game! Gripshift will provide you with hours of entertainment and even some frustration. I have to say that some of the levels get pretty difficult to figure out how to get through them and beat the level entirely. That being said, I must admit, I have had to look up videos of how to get through levels a few times because I just didn't have the patience. The wide range of customization offered reminds me of the Need For Speed series, where you can pretty much customize everything you would want to. Now, that being said, this is only a PSN game, so don't expect to build a car from scratch, but I think you will be surprised with what Gripshift has brought to the table for us all to enjoy. I must say that with everything that Gripshift has offered, that they could have done a better job with their range of characters. I think they could have spent some more time adding at least four or five more characters, but that's just my opinion. I'm going to have to give the Gripshift controls a 10 out of 10 because all the buttons do exactly what you think they would do, the graphics are a 9 out of 10 because it's a PSN game so the graphics aren't the best thing you've ever seen, but they're impressive for a PSN title, and the overall gameplay is great! This is starting to sound like I'm advertising for them, but this is my honest opinion on Gripshift. I love this game and if you don't have it and you like puzzle games or like racing mini games, then you must buy this game! *******www.themodelship****
  • 28 Mar 2009
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There's no such thing as too many USB ports! So today the review is going to be on the Cyberpower four port USB hub. This USB hub comes with the wall adapter for drawing power from your outlet instead of from one main USB port. This way you don't have to worry about blowing one of your precious USB ports on your computer or on your PS3, like I use it for. BUY CYBERPOWER 4 PORT USB HUB: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/cyberpower4.html BUY CYBERPOWER 7 PORT USB HUB: *******www.Extreme-Days****/buy/cyberpower7.html Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.Extreme-Days****/facebook.html The Cyberpower hub connects to your main USB port through a mini USB cable that comes included with the hub itself. The hub is made out of semi-transparent, hard plastic that enables you to see the four LED indicator lights that let you know which USB's are in use. With all the experience that I've had using the Cyberpower hub, there is nothing that would make me buy a different USB hub. If you're looking for a few extra USB ports, I highly recommend the Cyberpower USB hub! *******www.themodelship****
  • 17 Mar 2009
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Watchmen demo for Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. My take on Watchmen after playing the demo is I think this could be a hit. I haven't seen Watchmen the movie, but from what I've heard, it didn't live up to expectations. I'm not sure what expectations have been placed on Watchmen the game, but I think Warner Bros. did a great job on almost everything. Now, I realize I haven't gotten the full experience because it was only the demo, but the only thing I think they should change is the difficulty of the enemies. Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** Follow Me On Twitter: *******Twitter****/Godismyrock Join Me On Facebook: *******www.facebook****/group.php?gid=66437446061&ref=share#/group.php?gid=50665979660 In my opinion, I could play this game almost with my eyes closed. The enemies don't hit hard or fast enough for you to have to worry about charging into a big gang of them and getting hurt. You can run into a group of them and kill them all no problem. I think as far as graphics go, Warner Bros. did an awesome job! The graphics are really clear and crisp, although there were some places they could have put more effort into. Overall though, I'd say the graphics are great! The gameplay is smooth and so are the controls. The animations look awesome, I think they put alot of time and effort into making the animations into what they are. The only thing I can say is that occasionally you will see the same enemy again, which is expected. With all of this taken into consideration, I think if you just want a fighter to release some rage, then Watchmen is for you! If your a casual gamer and you want a game to keep you occupied for a while, I would also recommend Watchmen to you. If your a hardcore gamer or someone who wants to get some long life out of your games, I think Watchmen is a pass for you. And for all of those people who like their games for the stories, I think you should consider Watchmen because they didn't do half bad on the story from what I saw in the demo. *******www.themodelship****
  • 13 Mar 2009
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I've been working on Extreme-Days a lot recently and I've added the songs of the week up for you to listen to and or buy on the left hand side. I've been getting some donations and purchases and I want to say thank you to everyone who participated in one of those things! The money is going to go towards something that I'm going to give away to you guys so tell me what you want me to spend it on! Check Out The Blog: *******www.Extreme-Days**** I'm on Twitter: *******www.Twitter****/Godismyrock Facebook Group: *******www.Facebook****/home.php?#/group.php?gid=50665979660 It's Wednesday again, I hope all of you had a good half of the week! Be sure to SUBSCRIBE and check back Friday! Enjoy the rest of the week guys! *******www.themodelship****
  • 26 Feb 2009
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