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Monday, January 31, 2011

Scarface: The World is Yours Cheats



Decrease Cop Heat

Pause the game, choose CHEATS and enter the following:
FLYSTRT
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Decrease Gang Heat

Pause the game, choose CHEATS and enter the following:
NOBALLS
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Fill Balls Meter

Pause the game, choose CHEATS and enter the following:
FPATCH
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Increase Cop Heat

Pause the game, choose CHEATS and enter the following:
DONUT

Call of Duty: Black Ops First Strike DLC Review


The first DLC map pack for Black Ops is here and it’s great! Not only do you get four great new maps for the online component, but also a cool new map for Zombies to sink your teeth into. If you were at all querying whether or not to purchase this new map pack, you can rest assured that you’re getting your money’s worth.
Kowloon
This map pits you on the rooftops of Chinese city Kowloon. Plagued by rain and dark colours, this is one of the darkest maps in Black Ops. There’s definitely a sense that you’re running from building to building across rooftops, which seems to have been Treyarch’s intention. One of the most intriguing elements of this map's design is the unconventional route layout; there’s barely a straight and uncompromised path to be found, with movement from building to building normally involving a large jump across platforms. This makes combat a little bit more interesting, as you now also have to keep an eye out for small holes and gaps that you would otherwise expect to be there. Treyarch has done a great job of portraying the feeling of being on rooftops, thanks in part to the countless broken pathways and death drops.
Traveling from one point of the map to the other is made easy with the inclusion of a zip line, which improves speed but obviously makes you vulnerable to any enemies down below.  It's a neat little addition, especially if you have an enemy waiting for a carepackage in the open area below.


Stadium
Stadium is set in and around a US ice hockey rink, with a central location and a number of fantastic flanking points making it a worthy addition to the map list in Black Ops. This is not a map to take lightly though; killstreaks will be aplenty and ratios will be hurt, thanks in part to the maps numerous dead ends and maze-like central corridor. The action is quick and intense on this map – think Terminal in Modern Warfare 2 – and with a number of decent vantage points, as well as the opportunity to flank your enemy at will, Stadium may very well propel up the ranks as the best map in Black Ops.

Review: Dead Space 2


Three years have passed since the events on the USG Ishimura.  The fateful rescue attempt leaving one survivor in a world of hurt.  Isaac Clarke returns from the pits of hell only to be overtaken by it again on the space station known as the Sprawl on Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.   As much as Isaac tried to keep from being overtaken by enemy creatures, the damage done mentally left longer lasting scars.
When he “wakes” from his Post Traumatic Stress and dementia, Isaac is again thrust into the center of conspiracy, violence, death and necromorphs.
…Succumb to insanity.

The former picturesque station is now a bloody one-way path into the belly of the beast.  The graphics are stellar and crisp giving enough detail to the creatures that lurk the horrid complexions that made even myself recoil at a few scenes.  Even in the dark hallways or walking through the recommissioned Ishimura, the atmosphere just on sight gave a sense of foreboding and dread.  The lighting was intense to the sudden burst of a fuse to the black lights that illuminate blood stains in a day glow blue.  The smallest details made the game a work of art.
The ambiance from the soundtrack to the clatter of metal on deck plating enters the player into a sense of paranoia.  The claws skittering in air ducts above urge the player forward, even if they didn’t want to.
“Shoot off their limbs!”