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  • admin 8:49 pm on September 16, 2016 Permalink  

    R4 SDHC R4 DS Card 

    Nowadays, R4 3DS cards are prominent things that almost every Nintendo 3DS owner has. This is because the R4 3DS cards give an additional set of functionalities for the said portable game console.
    But, before R4 3DS cards were prominent, there was the R4 DS cards. The R4 DS cards, as the name implies, is much like the R4 3DS cards; the difference being that R4 DS cards are used for the Nintendo DS portable game consoles.
    Today, I want to talk about the R4 SDHC R4 DS Card. This is one of the most popular R4 DS cards on the market. If you want to know why this was one of the most popular R4 DS cards during its prime, here are the features that made it prominent:
    Built-in PassMe (NO need for any boot cart/passcard etc.)
    Uses micro SD memory card (Trans Flash) as storage.
    Boot clean dump images (downloadable from the internet)
    Very simple to use: drag and drop files to the microSD card and play
    Standard FAT system support
    Supports different speeds of micro SD cards
    Supports HC memory cards
    Upgradable Firmware (OS / Bios / Kernel)
    Touch screen control and robust skinning support
    No battery needed, back up the save file directly into the micro SD card
    Auto detects the save type and automatically generate save file
    Homebrew support, IO lib available on launch
    Supports WiFi, DS rumble pack and DS browser.
    The R4 SDHC R4 DS Card is one of the most affordable R4 DS cards back in the day. I want to talk about this card because a lot of people are still using Nintendo DS portable game consoles and that this card is still available on the market (with an even more affordable price).
    The R4 SDHC R4 DS Card is never short on features. It’s got an amazing processor with a power-saving design that makes sure that you get every ounce of battery power from your Nintendo DS.
    Furthermore, the R4 SDHC R4 DS Card comes with a region-free gaming feature which allows you to play games no matter which region your downloaded games are.
    This R4 DS card also supports various homebrew applications that are available for the Nintendo DS.
    What’s more, the R4 DS Card also supports Download Play. The Download Play is a feature that is already present in the original Nintendo firmware right off the bat.
    A lot of people are asking if when using R4 DS cards, that the feature will still be intact. When you’re using the R4 SDHC R4 DS Card, it does support Download Play so your friends can play the game you play even when that particular game is not present in their Nintendo DS.
    It also has an amazingly user-friendly interface which you tweak to your preferences. You can change the icons, wallpaper, and the overall look and feel of the R4 DS card’s layout.
    If you have a Nintendo DS, then you must try the R4 SDHC R4 DS Card. It has a lot of amazing features and it only costs $8.

     
  • admin 10:20 am on September 5, 2016 Permalink  

    Gears of War Ultimate Edition Game for the Xbox One Game Console 

    If there is one game that sets the tone for third-person shooting games on the Xbox game consoles, it would be the Gears of War: Ultimate Edition.

    This game was released back then for the Xbox 360 but the “Ultimate Edition” was released only a few years ago.

    The major differences between the original Gears of War and the Ultimate edition is that the latter has a higher resolution (1080p) and it also runs at a smooth 60fps; providing you with amazing visuals and smooth gameplay performance as well.

    The game is set on a fictional planet called “Sera”. There is a liquid substance called the “Imulsion” and it has become a prized commodity after a scientist found out how to use it.

    Since then, humanity was divided into different factions. But, they are not alone; the Locust Horde, an alien race that wants the Imulsion for themselves, also want to get a hold of the prized commodity and if they need to kill humans to do so, then they will.

    One time, the Locust Horde attacked humanity and it was called the “E-Day” or the Emergence Day.

    Since then, a lot of human factions were killed, leaving the Coalition of Ordered Governments (also known as “COG”) the only faction that’s left.

    With only a few people left, the COG made a last-ditch effort to save mankind by creating a ship that can transport the last humans to the Jacinto Plateau.

    This is the only place that the Locust Horde cannot get to but they only have a limited time for this plan to work.

    The game then revolves around Marcus Fenix, the main protagonist of his team and he is assisted by his Delta Squid that consists of Augustus Cole, Dominic Santiago, and Damon Baird. Together, they fend the Locust Horde while the remaining humans go to the promised land.

    Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is a third-person shooting game that puts a heavy emphasis on using covers to get out of the enemy’s fire.

    This emulates a real-world scenario in that you should take cover when you’re taking heavy fire from the enemy.

    Although this game has a bevy of weapons that players can choose from, Marcus’ main weapon of choice is the Lancer: an assault rifle with a chainsaw attached as a bayonet.

    The Gears of War: Ultimate Edition presents players with five acts which they can do by themselves or they can also employ the aid of another player to help them defeat the Locust Horde.

    If you play with a friend, your friend will use Dominic Santiago. Both of them will have the same weapons and you should work collectively to defeat the Locust Horde and save humanity.

    Other than the campaign missions, the multiplayer aspect of the game is very good as well. You are teamed up with three other members and you will be pitted against four other players in a 4v4 style combat.

    There are various maps to choose from; each having their different objectives to win the game.

    The Gears of War: Ultimate Edition is an amazing game and it has since been ported to the PC. This game was first released for the Xbox 360 and has since been remastered and ported to the Xbox One game console.

     
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