Thursday, July 31, 2008

Wii MotionPlus, the expansion device of wii remote

Wii MotionPlus, Nintendo's upcoming accessory for the revolutionary Wii Remote

Wii MotionPlus

Nintendo's upcoming Wii MotionPlus accessory for the revolutionary Wii Remote controller again redefines game control, by more quickly and accurately reflecting motions in a 3-D space. The Wii MotionPlus accessory attaches to the end of the Wii Remote and, combined with the accelerometer and the sensor bar, allows for more comprehensive tracking of a player’s arm position and orientation, providing players with an unmatched level of precision and immersion. Every slight movement players make with their wrist or arm is rendered identically in real time on the screen, providing a true 1:1 response in their game play. The Wii MotionPlus accessory reconfirms Nintendo’s commitment to making games intuitive and accessible for everyone. Nintendo will reveal more details about the Wii MotionPlus accessory and other topics Tuesday morning at its E3 media briefing.

1.The motionplus will gives you a more accurate positioning when playing.
2.Making games intuitive and accessible.
3.Gives you a new feeling when paying.

Add extra weight to the wii remote.
Extending the wii remote.
When using the motionplus, we can't use the jacket to protect your wii remote.

What do you think? How to solve the problem?


Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Guide to using R4 DS

6 Steps to use R4

The R4 DS is revolutionizing the gaming world, for it enables you to load a lot of games to your DS. You will need a micro SD card which is not included. But everything else you need to get gaming is already at your fingertips.


1. Gather your supplies. If your computer does not have a slot for the micro SD card, use the USB adapter that comes with the R4.

2. Slip the micro SD card into the USB adapter that comes with the R4 and then insert the USB adapter into a USB port in your computer. Go to "My Computer" and click on "Removable Disc" for the drive that corresponds with the USB adapter. This will vary with each computer.

3. Remove the disc that comes with the R4 and load it into your computer. Copy the files from the disc onto the micro SD card.

4. Take the micro SD card from the USB adapter when all the transferral of files is complete. Slip it into the bottom of the R4.

Insert the R4 into the DS. Turn the DS on. If you used the R4 properly, the DS should go to the R4 screen.

6. Use the R4 DS to download games for your DS. You can create files on your computer which can then be loaded to the DS via the micro SD card or the R4.

Things You’ll Need:
Micro SD card


Tuesday, July 29, 2008

The way to protect a Wii remote

Protect Wii remote

Certain hazards come with playing tennis, bowling and baseball in your living room. Unfortunately, some people have learned this the hard way through an accidentally-thrown Wii remote. Considering the value of a Nintendo Wii and the value of other things around your living room, such as your television, you may want to take some steps to protect your Wii remote and your living room!
protect Wii remote

1. Use the Wii remote wrist strap. Secure the strap tightly around your wrist before you play and check it routinely to make sure it has not loosened. This is not a perfect solution, as even with the strap the Wii remote could detach. However, it is the quickest, cheapest and easiest--a necessary first step.

2. Check to see if you need a new strap for your Wii remote. Nintendo is offering to replace straps on some Wii remotes with sturdier straps. To see if you need a sturdier strap, go to Nintendo's website and click on "Important Safety Information for Playing Wii."

3. Reinforce the strap with some fishing line. Place one end of the fishing line through the Wii remote where the strap connects and the other through the strap itself. Then, bring the ends together and tie a solid knot. This will ensure the Wii remote strap does not become separated from the Wii remote.

4. Get an invisible Wii remote shield. The invisible shield is a film that covers your Wii remote and protects it from scratches and dings.

5. Choose a colorful Wii remote silicon case for a more stylish look. These silicon cases fit over your remote with holes for the buttons. They will also protect your remote from dings and scratches and come in a variety of colors. Search Amazon for "Wii remote silicon case."


Monday, July 28, 2008

Guide to using DSTT

8 Steps to use DSTT

As with all of the new generation of Nintendo DS Flash Cartridges, it is very simple to use.
To play your downloaded backup games, there are only a few steps.
1. Insert your Micro sd card (not supplied unless stated) into the usb card reader (supplied).
2. Insert the usb reader into the usb port on your PC. (not supplied!)
3. Download the DSTT Menu software here.
4. Unzip the file and place the file TTMENU.DAT and the directory TTMENU onto the root of the micro sd card.
5. Unzip any games you wish to play and put them onto the root of the micro sd as well.
6. Take the micro sd from the reader and insert it into the flash cartridge (supplied).
7. Insert the flash cartridge into your DS.
8. Turn it on. Pick a game from the DSTT menu. You can use the touch screen or just press A to play.

There are some images, you can see from these images, the different Menu options.
Below is a guide to their meanings.


Sunday, July 27, 2008

Flash Cards——DSTT vs M3 vs R4 comparison

A comparison of flash card, R4, M3, DSTT

When we use the amazing R4 and M3 product, which enables playing of movies, music, and backup games on the NDS, another model called DSTT come out. There is a list after test the product and compare functionality between the 3 models:

comparison of flash card, R4, M3, DSTT

Which is the best to buy out of R4, M3 or DSTT? I know the DSTT is newer and faster, but why is it cheaper than R4?

Friday, July 25, 2008

Microsoft XBOX 360 Accessories buying guide

Accessories on the video game's most comprehensive guide(XBOX 360)

Any fashionista will tell you its accessories that make up the outfit. The logic applies to the video game world as well, particularly to the Xbox 360, which not only allows you to alter the look via adjustable faceplates, but benefits from an open-ended design that allows you to optimize the system with a number of add-ons. With this stuff you can modify your 360 experience to your whims.
Microsoft XBOX 360 Accessories buying guide

Console Accessories

Microsoft Wireless Network AdaptorPelican Fan StandXbox 360 HD-DVD playerNyko Intercooler

Microsoft Wireless Network Adaptor : The 360's online capabilities are brilliant, but accessing them can get annoying, especially if your cable modem is in a different room. The wireless adaptor takes away the need for extension cords.

Pelican Fan Stand : One of the 360's flaws is its propensity for overheating. The fan stand latches onto the side of the unit and keeps it cool, allowing you to avoid letting gaming become a fire hazard.

Xbox 360 HD-DVD player : Unlock the consoles potential to zap you into the next generation of digital film. The attachable HD-DVD player plugs into a USB port and plays crisp HD-DVD films. It also handles regular DVDs and takes some stress off of your console disc drive.

Nyko Intercooler : An alternative to the fan stand, the cooler hoses down your hot-and-heavy 360 with three fans. It's not known to feed your 360 grapes.

Controller Accessories

Microsoft Play and Charge KitMicrosoft Rechargeable Battery PackMicrosoft Quick Charge KitJoytech 360 Wheel

Microsoft Play and Charge Kit : Wireless controllers allow great freedom of movement, but they also imprison you while you wait for them to charge. The play and charge kit lets you keep going without pausing for a break. Ever.

Microsoft Rechargeable Battery Pack : Avoiding the need for standard batteries, this rechargeable pack saves you the trip for running out to the convenience store whenever your stash of Duracells runs dry.

Microsoft Quick Charge Kit : Working hand in hand with the rechargeable battery packs, this baby can recharge two packs at a time within four hours.

Joytech 360 Wheel : A must for driving-game enthusiasts, the joytech wheel makes steering your virtual ride a more lifelike experience.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Photos of rumored PSP-3000

Photos of rumored PSP-3000 surface

While Sony did not unveil any new hardware at the company's E3 press conference, new photos are beginning to show up around the Net that lead us to believe they're hard at work on an updated version of the PSP.

Kotaku reports that forums members from PSPChina BBS have captured the rumored PSP-3000, identified by its PlayStation logo button that would replace the "home" button currently on the original and slim PSP models. The "new" PSP also features an onboard microphone located to the right of the volume controls.

While these photos certainly look convincing, we're still going to have to label them as rumors for now. We'll update you if Sony ever confirms their validity.

What would you want to see from the next PSP? Built-in flash memory? Larger battery life? Let us know in the comments section.

More pictures of the rumored PSP-3000 after the jump.


This article is from

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Microsoft XBOX Accessories buying guide

Accessories on the video game's most comprehensive guide(XBOX)

Microsoft's first entry into the console wars was an auspicious start for the company's plans to dominate gamedom. Although the console struggled to match the success of Sony's PlayStation 2, it stomped Nintendo's GameCube. Part of the reason for the success of the Xbox is the plethora of accessories available. Snap-on portable speakers, online headsets and Internet adaptors flooded the market, making it good to be an Xboxer. Here are some of the finer accessories available for the Xbox.

Microsoft XBOX Accessories buying guide


Internet AdaptorMemory UnitCarrying CaseSystem Link Cable

Internet Adaptor : If you want to take advantage of your Xbox's online capabilities, you'll need to plug it into your Internet connection. To do so you need an Internet adaptor. Makes sense, right?

Memory Unit : The Xbox may come equipped with a hard drive, but if you hope to transfer your saves from one system to another, you'll need a portable memory unit, which inserts into the control slot.

Carrying Case : Tipping the scales at 7.7 pounds, the Xbox is nothing close to a featherweight unit. The hardier gamers like to lug the Xbox around with a carrying case. The shoulder strap comes in mighty handy.

System Link Cable : Another one of the Xbox's advantages is its LAN (limited area network) capabilities. Grab this cable to hook up two or more Xboxes and get some hard-core multiplayer gaming going, without having to endure online lags.

Controller Accessories

Speaker Com Wireless ControllerArcade StickSteering Wheel

Speaker Com : Snapping directly onto your controller, the Speaker Com allows you to listen and talk while competing online over Xbox Live. This is a good device for those who don't like headsets.

Wireless Controller : Even though the standard Xbox controllers are equipped with long cords, they don't hold a candle to the freedom offered by wireless controllers. Plug in the receiver to the controller slot, switch your battery-powered controller on and get to gaming.

Arcade Stick : The Xbox's plethora of arcade-style games is best served with an arcade stick, a full-sized joystick-equipped controller. Its heavy weight means it's no fun to hold the controller aloft as you play.

Steering Wheel : A wheel helps you get the most out of Xbox racing classics, such as Burnout Revenge. Feel the power of realistic steering as you slam on the gas and rip off hairpin turns.


Microsoft HeadsetTurtlebeach Ear Force AXT Joytech SE CommunicatorLogitech Headset

Microsoft Headset : Plugging into your controller, the Microsoft headset allows you to talk smack to opponents. A wireless version was recently announced and should be available by Christmas.

Turtlebeach Ear Force AXT : Thicker ear phones take away outside noise and provide surround sound. The benefits make up for how much of a dork you look like while wearing them.

Joytech SE Communicator : A flexible, light design and powerful speakers make this headset a respectable alternative to Microsoft's headset.

Logitech Headset : Another solid, slightly cheaper entry in the competitive headset market. Most gamers say the Logitech model stacks up well with higher-priced competitors.

Et Cetera

Xbox DVD Playback KitD-Link DWL-810Naki G-PackMonster X Link Cable

Xbox DVD Playback Kit : If you want to watch DVDs on your Xbox, you'll need to purchase this playback kit, which lets you control your Xbox's playback features from afar.

D-Link DWL-810 : D-Link's wireless router helps you connect your Xbox to your high-speed Internet connection. Doing so beats stretching extension cords across your living room into the computer room where your high-speed modem rests.

Naki G-Pack : This travel case does it all. It wraps around the Xbox, allowing you to carry it around, and also has slots for several games and other accessories, such as headsets and cables.

Monster X Link Cable : This cable helps you streamline your home entertainment system. Multiple audio/video links connect the machine to your TV.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Nintendo DS Accessories buying guide

Accessories on the video game's most comprehensive guide(NDS,NDSL)

The Nintendo DS, teamed with its superior redesign, the DS Lite, is the top-selling handheld gaming system. There are also boatloads of accessories available for the system. Special attachments allow you to play wirelessly on the Internet -- even if you don't have a wireless connection--charge the unit while driving and even watch movies and listen to music. (When buying chargers, make sure the device is compatible with your system. DS and DS Lites have different-sized AC adaptor slots.) Take a look at the bounty of DS upgrades.
Nintendo DS Accessories buying guide

DS vs. DS Lite

Nintendo released the DS in 2004 and replaced it with the smaller, superior DS Lite in 2006. The systems have the same hardware and play the same games, but the DS Lite includes adjustable screen brightness, a larger stylus, better button design and a lighter weight. As time passes, the DS Lite is increasingly being referred to simply as the DS, because it's more prominent in the marketplace.


Wi-Fi AdaptorScreen GuardStylusMax Media Player
Wi-Fi Adaptor : Those who have a wireless high-speed Internet setup have no need for this adaptor, but it comes in handy for those who have yet to take the wireless plunge. Just plug this baby into your USB port and an instant Nintendo-specific wireless hot spot is yours.

Screen Guard : Clear plastic film, cut to the size of your touch screen, is the best way to guard against unseemly scratches. The screen guard amazingly doesn't dampen the sensitivity of the touch screen.

Stylus : It's tough to find a DS owner who hasn't lost her stylus at one time or another. Good thing you can pick up replacements on the cheap (often less than $5).

Max Media Player : The Max Media Player vastly boosts your DS's capabilities as an entertainment device. The add-on lets you download and experience movies, music and pictures on your DS, making your device a smaller and cheaper version of the PSP.

Battery Packs/Chargers

Car ChargerBattery PackHome/Travel ChargerDS Starter Kit

Car Charger : Forget to juice up your DS before a long road trip? The car charger allows you to recharge your system when you're on the go. Thank your car battery later.

Battery Pack : DS batteries tend to lose their maximum life eventually, and when they do, it's time to get a new battery so your DS will last as long between charges as it did when it came out of the box.

Home/Travel Charger : The DS is packaged with an AC adaptor, but if you lose yours or bought the system used, you'll definitely want to pick up a spare adaptor, otherwise you won't be able to play your DS anymore once it runs out of power.

DS Starter Kit : Starter kits work as magic bullets that take care of many of your accessory needs with just one purchase. On the downside, you may end up with extra stuff you don't need, such as, I dunno, four red styli. Shop carefully.

Carrying Cases

Ultimate Leather CaseAluminum CaseSoft CaseGame Case

Ultimate Leather Case : This is probably the best choice for the biker or goth set. Get your DS stylin' in groovy black cowhide with this case.

Aluminum Case : Made for those who like to be able to toss around their DS at a whim and still be able to play it afterward, this hard shell protects the electronic innards of your system.

Soft Case : Living up to its name, this case envelopes your DS in cuddly comfort. It's a nice choice for those who like to carry the unit around in their pockets -- the case feels smooth against your leg and doesn't let your car keys leave scratch marks on the machine.

Game Case : We've covered the sundry ways to protect your DS, but what about the games? Game carrying cases eliminate the need to lug the game boxes around. Some models, such as the one pictured here, store up to eight DS titles along with four Game Boy Advance games.
Visits To My Blog
hit statistics