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# Sunday, 01 June 2008

Here's what I've just got.


Granted that buying these 2 things together would seem to be some sort of a paradox.


Maximum weight allowance of 150Kg, cool means that it'll work for me! Didn't have much time to spend on it yet but after the initial weight in it says that my BMI is.. normal but of course there are many schools of thought out there that say that BMI isn't accurate since it doesn't take into account muscle mass, etc. etc. But heck I don't have much muscle mass to begin with anyway!

Sunday, 01 June 2008 14:58:22 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  | 
# Thursday, 08 February 2007

That's what people say when they get their Nintendo Wii, but come on lar! Isn't that obvious, you've got a brand new spanking toy of course you're gonna pour all your love and affection onto it. And if you're a Zelda fan, you know all you wanna spend as much of your game time as you can in Hyrule!

But as much fun as the Wii is in giving a different gaming experience, the Xbox 360 is able to give a fantastic online gaming experience. So once you are done with the mystery of the twilight princess you'll hang up your sword and grab back your chainsaw to play Gears Of War.

And then, whenever you need to work off some stress you'll boot up the trusty Wii, pop in Wii sports and lay the smack down on some poor Mii.

Welcome to the world of the Wii60!

Thursday, 08 February 2007 21:40:44 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [1]  | 

The Wii is a nice little console. It offers a unique gamer experience, and for the first time it's very easy for people to learn to play certain games. And anyone who sees it in action always has the urge to try it, and the best thing is? Depending on the games some might be very easy to play no matter how much gamer experience you have.

Gears Of War on the Xbox 360 is a fanatastic game, and everytime my mother watches me play she will comment on how nice the graphics look, and how bloody things get. But my mother would never even begin to understand how to work a controller to play GOW.

But when I'm playing Wii Bowling, it's easy to let my mother to try out the game. All I have to do is to tell her which button to release to let the ball go and she's able to bowl more or less like she's playing the real thing. Same goes for Wii boxing, when I let my colleagues try out my Wii, the first question they ask was "which button do I press to punch?" I love it when I can answer "Just act like you're beating down your worse enemy"

Then one of them started punching like a girl, so delicate and soft, so soft until the Wiimote couldn't even pick up the punch motion!

But one thing's for sure, everyone who tried out the Wii really felt like getting one of their own cause of how fun it was, and also how simple it would be to play with their children I guess. ;)

Thursday, 08 February 2007 13:46:20 (Malay Peninsula Standard Time, UTC+08:00)  #    Comments [0]  | 
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