Blogging back!

yey! im back! been busy for the past week and now im having a revenge on blogging back!

did everyone miss me?

last week it was a very busy day for me organizing and managing the work as the Editor in god mode for the Magazine project, and still being a team leader is a great job, leading the group for the upcoming release of our magazine ..called "PHM" ehehee

my honey, Lace... with the Az doll in Bangkok
(awww..that Az doll should be me in real person T__T )

also..i was depressed last 5 days coz my girlfriend flew to Bangkok for their school trip, it was like a emptiness life i have for 5 days, and she felt also what i felt that 5 days and now im glad and we are both happy coz we can reach now our hands together again.

what am i doing today?
well here are some cool and uncool stuff which i finished the deadline for the Basketball jersey design for our Baranggay here in Santolan Pasig.

check out my design here in my Deviant Art

also check out my photo art shot of something i found very funny.
I just saw the Eye of Sauron in UP Diliman
view it here in my Deviant Art Gallery

PHM staff with Pepe Smith and John Gonzales of Toy Republic

PHM staff with John and his dad Wally Gonzales

here's some photo after our feature interview for our magazine, ahhah
we are rocking side by side with Pepe Smith ahhha..and also Wally legendary of pinoy rock is here

ahhhaa!!! some photo from the Tantra Launching in Megamall
Cath, the host of the game tv show Wowowee..drat..i was draggd by my friend Kris of to have a photo with the girl host for our magazine...

last weekend,...just got addicted to RESIDENT EVIL 4, i played it during the De-to event in Crisanta Towers Pasig..and its's fault for hooking me on this game..all i can say about the game is ---that it is very cool and it rock.. zombies are now smarter and deadlier than ever! i just like to kick those zombies!!!!! thanks to Gameophilia and Juujiro J-Culture for the event.

Resident Evil 4 Review
by Bernnie Flores
Blood thirsty-flesh eating zombie’s days are all over when you play Capcom’s latest installment “Resident Evil 4”. Its first debut released in Nintendo’s Gamecube and so far it’s the best looking RE game ever made since its original. In a new conceptualized sequel version of the franchise re-invented to the next level of terrifying survival horror list ever experienced.

The nightmarish events are still fresh six years after the tragic events in RE 2 with Umbrella Corporation. Unleashing the dreadful T-Virus that led the U.S. government to nuked down the entire Raccoon City into ashes. In order to stopped and prevent further spread of the infectious virus, turning dead people into walking zombies and genetic engineered creatures lurks in the dark. At the same time ends its relation with the company which later on stops its operation due to stocked downfall. While on the other hand Leon continue-on to his life, and began a new career highly trained working as Government agent. Embarks on a top secret mission too rescue Presidents kidnapped daughter Ashley in a remote area in Europe. From then he’ll discover the mysteries that unfolds the village, why the people that inhabits the village are neither human nor zombies and soon the reason beyond the abductions.

First thing you’ll find noticeable in RE 4 is how good and juicy the graphics looks or appears on screen. It’s the best delivered graphics I’ve seen since Nintendo’s history. You’ll find asking yourself this question, why they didn’t do it sooner. So clear, well defined and smoothly detailed starting from the background environment and characters, makes you stop for quite sometime for a short glance. Plus the wide screen format and new camera angle that shoots behind Leon, gives you a wider range of visual on the surroundings. Every time you enter into a new scene there’s no more disoriented feeling of awareness.

Cutscenes are scripted cinematic-like presentations, which is good like when he finally met Ada and face to face combat with his colleagues Jack Krauser. Exchanging a conversation while in fighting scheme same thing applied in Matrix movie with slow-mo and bullet time effect (Matrix has so much influence on current games these days). Thus also offers a better overview of how the story progresses, quite helpful for those behind with the franchise or first timer players. By the way, there are times you won’t have to lay-off your hands on the controls during a cutscene because the game is still in progress, to be able to escape or dodge attacks from enemies.


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