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XMB | Girls’ Generation – Gee ver.A

[P3T] Girls’ Generation – Gee ver.A (PlayStation 3 XMB Theme)

This is my very first theme created using the PS3 XMB Theme Builder 4.00 with Xcross Media Simulator.

Main Features:

– Custom Girls’ Generation-like XMB icons
– 1 HD wallpaper
– 1 SD wallpaper

Video Preview:

How-to-install:

– Recommended only for Legit Non-Jailbroken PlayStation 3 systems.
– Copy and Paste the .p3t file to a USB flashdrive, inside the directory G:/PS3/THEME/ (where “G” is the drive letter of the USB flashdrive, depending to your system).
– Turn On your PlayStation 3 System, insert the Flashdrive through one of the System’s USB ports.
– Navigate XMB to Settings -> Theme Settings -> Change Theme -> Install
– When prompted where to find your theme, choose your USB flashdrive.
– Find the theme and choose “Install”.
– Once installation completed, find the installed theme in the themes list, also in Theme Settings.
– For Themes with multiple backgrounds, just apply the theme many times.

Important Notes:

– Please do not modify/extract anything from this theme.
– Recommended only for Legit Non-Jailbroken PlayStation 3 systems.
– This theme is not for sale. It is free. Please do report anyone selling my theme.
– Please leave a comment before/after downloading. I appreciate comments very much.
– Do not take out the link.

Additional Notes:

– Check out some more PlayStation 3 XMB themes here.
– Email me: dead_executive05@yahoo.com
– Follow me: http://twitter.com/kenokenopiii
– PSN ID: kenokenopi

Download Instructions:

– Click and download the file from MediaFire (link below).
– If MediaFire asked for a password, input “mistercomputer” and continue downloading the file.
– After downloading, extract the .rar file using WinRaR. If asked for a password, input “mistercomputer.wordpress.com” and continue extracting.
– Passwords are also noted below.

Download Link:

Download: Mediafire | Password: mistercomputer | WinRaR Password: mistercomputer.wordpress.com

|> Katy Perry – I Kissed A Girl

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Create your own LBP wallie!!!

I’ve been to the PlayStation Home location for LittleBigPlanet, and I admit, the area’s so fun. Tons of mini-games and the environment is just so lively, just like how you would expect since it is LBP. There is a game there where you will snap 5 various photos hidden somewhere in the area. And another thing is a mini-game where you can create your own personalized LBP wallpaper.

It is true that you can personalize the wallie in your own self but it is however limited. You are given 5 backgrounds and tons of stickers which will generally make it more stylized and unique. Stickers can be moved, rotated or enlarged. Isn’t;’t it cool? Create your own now! Just visit LittleBigPlanet’s place in PlayStation Home!

|> Hilera – Nothing New

Grab your PS3 and start playing with Alodia

Who wouldn’t want to play PS3 with Alodia? Of course, your girlfriend…

In this photo, we see Alodia tempting you to have a match online in her PlayStation 3.
In case you’re clueless who is this cute girl, Alodia is one out of few famous cosplayers in my country. She has a huge underground cult-following fanbase, composed of teenagers, mostly Anime-fanatics, and Uncle fans whose into photography or anything gadgets. Alodia Gosiengfiao, yes, her realname, managed to be my country’s mascot in terms of cosplaying. She is also known as an avid gamer, as you can see in the photo. She owns a lot of gadgets, just like her sis Ashley, and that’s why techie guys love her a lot. She has been to many magazine covers not just for anime-related ones, but almost all, except FHM, and gosh, I wish she’ll never do that in the future. As for me, I’ve been to one of her mall appearance with my classmates who are real die-hard anime fans. I became a low-profile fanatic since 2008, I guess.

Thanks to Alodia, I think I want to play online on my PS3…!

Photo credits to: Whoever released it online

|> TVXQ – Mirotic

2010 | Medal of Honor

Developer: Danger Close; EA Digital Illusions CE
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Platform: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows
Genre(s): First_person Shooter
Mode: Single-Player, Multi-Player
First Released: October 12, 2010 (NA)
Played on: Microsoft Windows
Ok first off, I want you to know that this review is just a collection of my thoughts, my opinion, comparison to other FPS games, and what I feel about it. Medal of Honor is the 2010 reboot of the videogame series of the same name. Honestly, I haven’t played any Medal of Honor game before, so it’s good to say it’s my first time to play this reboot. Also, I’m not really a fan of FPS games, I just love gaming and I think FPS games are fun to play if I’m getting bored or what. Before playing this game, I have played some FPS games like Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and Battlefield: Bad Company 2. Both games are fine. However, we cannot say they’re in par, and we cannot say that there’s a top one. To give it a challenge, we have Medal of Honor.

The story of the game is set in Afganistan, just after the 9/11 attacks in 2002. You will control soldiers in different forces. Primarily, you control Rabbit, a DEVGRU operator, while alternating roles to the Delta Force sniper Deuce, to Dante Adams to AH-64 Apache gunner Captain Brad “Hawk” Hawkins. Of course, since it is set in the Middle East, most of your hostiles are the people there. In my opinion, I think MOH have the longest story mode of all the FPS games upon its release. Also, there is a sad part in the ending, which is I believe, the signature of Medal of Honor games. When you play games, and then you’re done, you’ll actually start to get fond of the supporting characters, like Dusty (the one who’s always with Deuce), just like in BFBC2. As you play, the game progresses the characters in moving from destination to another, as seen in most games. In addition to that, you’ll also have control to some WOMD, and that thing makes it cool. Another thing, the opening gimick tried so hard, and I think I can go with the flow.

The game does not offer an extensive time to learn the mechanics of the game, unlike in MW2, assuming that the player already know how FPS games work. On the other hand, you can actually take a glimpse of the controls from the menu. I did have a problem in terms of controls, specially when using Anti-Tank gunner. The controls were not present in the menu and during gameplay, so I end up guessing which is which. The part where you play as an Apache gunner is really fun to play, but I hope the developers made it more harder, like the player can control the movement of the aircraft itself. There is another notable bug in the game: objectives/mechanics does not run fine when you’re on foot. There are times you will notice that the game run out of objectives, and you will end up stucked, waiting for a few minutes. In terms of shooting, the game features a vast variety of weapons, and I think the game offered the same quality in shooting just like the other games.

The soundtrack seems a bit off. I’m slightly frustrated on how low the sound is. How boring. In anyway, the game still managed to give you high-quality sound effects, not a serious matter though.

This is what people are looking for nowadays. Graphics. I’m quite impressed with it and I think the developers did well to make a simple, not boastful game. System requirements are fair enough, you don’t need to have those monster rigs out there just to play it. In fact, I can see how careful and at the same time, humble, the game and the developer are. But still, I notice some bug in it. Dropping of frame rate is occasional, however, I saw Dusty move in a very “weird” position, too bad I forgot to take a screenshot of it. Environment seems fine and realistic.

Before reading out my final thoughts of the game, check out this YouTube video I made, consisting the game’s prologue:

Or watch it directly in YouTube here. Remember to consider hitting the “Favorite” button.

The Final Judgement:

Graphics: 8.5/10 – If you’re a simple gamer, MOH offers good and quality graphics, but if not, then I’m sure you notice the glitches.
Sound: 9/10 – It’s just too low, that I have to maximize the volume of my speaker.
Gameplay: 9.5/10 – Very fun to play. It’s not just an FPS game, but a full-packed action game.
Story: 10/10 – Longest story among all the current FPS game the time of its release. Realistic and controversial storyline.
Overall: 9.25

My Final Thoughts:

MOH managed to acquire my attention. Full-packed, you can play not just a soldier on foot, but as a warfighter, a soldier riding an ATV, controlling those funny Anti-Tank weapons, yet, the game still have a few notable glitches. I understand why EA released this game, its just that FPS games are very in-demand nowadays, and that they used this game to coincide with the next Call of Duty release. However, MOH still became the low-ly one, just behind the MW2 and behind BFBC2, making it the last while it is the latest among the three. Still, for me, it’s a good game, and I’m trying to consider buying the PS3 version of the game. I just don’t understand why IGN gave it a score of 6.0. It’s just too cruel to give that and I think the game deserves more points, like 7.5? IDK, atleast I gave it 9.25, and that’s just my opinion, period.

|> Metallica – Metal Militia

2007 | Uncharted: Drake’s Fortune

If you’re looking for games that will see what and how powerful your PlayStation 3 is, try this game out. It’s a game from Naughty Dog, yes the guys behind the super popular platformer games like Crash Bandicoot and Jak and Daxter. You might see this game as a platformer game but aside from that, it combines Action-Adventure and Third-person shooting elements into one epic game.

Developer: Naughty Dog
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre(s): Action-adventure, Third-person shooter, Platformer
Mode: Single-Player
First Released: November 20, 2007 (NA)
Native Resolution: 720P

I played this game very late. I mean, it’s been 3 years already. 2007 was the time this game released and 2010 was the time I played it (my brother actually). The gameplay is a bit similar to Naughty Dog’s earlier games like Crash Bandicoot and Jak and Daxter, however, among these platformer games, Uncharted stayed away from the fictious animals jumping from platform to platform and instead, applied the platformer genre to a more realistic game with a combination of third-person shooting formula. Honestly, I haven’t played Jak and Daxter in console. As for Crash Bandicoot, it’s just one out of many games I’m always looking for, sadly, there’s no more sequels after Naughty Dog handed the franchise to various video game developers.

In Uncharted, basically, you control the protagonist of the game named Nathan “Nate” Drake, for his search for the lost treasure of El Dorado, which was hinted by his great grandfather Sir Francis Drake. You are accompanied by your friend Sully (Victor Sullivan) as well as Elena Fisher (a journalist). As the game progress, you should be able to pass various obstacles such as jumping into platforms, swim from lands, use ropes and wall-climbing. Aside from that, you will have to defeat hundreds of pirates on your way to finding the treasure, that is, by using various weapons/guns that can be found in the area. Also, you can try using melee attacks and execute combo attacks which is really a requirement so you can achieve some in-game trophies.

Graphics, on the other hand, is extremely admirable. You can compare the graphics of this game to 2009’s Just Cause 2. They both have some similarity and the fact that Uncharted is a 2-years-ago game than Just Cause 2, it’s easy to say that the game really is pretty impressive. Almost all the objects in the environment of the game are moving. Trees, the lake, almost all of it. Another impressive thing is the lighting effects, which you can easily tell that the graphics is super realistic.

Naughty Dog just did the right thing to coincide the greatness of the story and gameplay with the addition of its treasure-hunting-themed sound effects. It’s like you’re playing Tomb Raider or watching National Treasure: Book of Secrets. Anyhow, I’m still impressed, that the sound effects didn’t get in the way to the games epic-ness.

Here is something I could show of to you. Just made this video yesterday and uploaded in my YouTube account just a few moments ago:


This video features some story and gameplay scenes from the game, acquired from GameTrailers.com and background music from In Flames’ 2008 A Sense of Purpose release entitled “The Chosen Pessimist”. You can try watching this video directly from Youtube.

The Final Judgment:

Packaging: 10/10 – I love how the cover looks like and best of all, it has an image on the back of the title sleeve. Mine is Region 1, released for North America, same cover as the image above.
Graphics: 9.5/10 – The graphics seems so updated, even if you play it just now. Too bad it is only in 720P. I also noticed that the game loads pretty slow on start-up. Still, a very impressive title for a 2007 PS3-exclusive release.
Sound: 10/10 – I don’t know what to say. It just suits for the game.
Gameplay: 9.5/10 – The game utilized almost the best controls. A bit hard for a shooting game, but if you are used to Analog controls in console game, you’ll probably be one who could kill 10 pirates in just a sec. The game also have a high replay value, although you have to update your game with the latest patch to activate in-game trophies.
Story: 9/10 – The story, so far, is a bit common with the likes of Tomb Raider and the movie National Treasure. Still, the game managed to separate itself by adding some funny scenes.
Overall: 9.6

|> In Flames – The Chosen Pessimist

[OST] Bayonetta

One of my most favorite Hack n’ Slash action game for the PlayStation 3, Bayonetta. Here I’m presenting you the Five Disc Original Soundtrack set, all downloadable from MediaFire.

Composed by: Hiroshi Yamaguchi, Masami Ueda, Rei Kondoh, Norihiko Hibino, Hiro, Erina Niwa, Takayasu Sodeoka, Takahiro Izutani, Yoshitaka Suzuki, Naoto Tanaka, Mitsuharu Fukuyama, Bart Howard, Franz Peter Schubert, Ludwig van Beethoven, Frédéric François Chopin, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Émile Waldteufel, Wilhelm Richard Wagner, Georg Friedrich Händel, Gustav Holst
Release date: Nov 04, 2009
Duration: 05:20:01
Quality: 320kbps
File Host: MediaFire

Disc 1:

1. “Opening Demo” (オープニングデモ) – 0:41
2. “One of A Kind” – 5:00
3. “Beginning (EV01)” (始まり (EV01)) – 0:43
4. “Chapter Start (GM01)” (チャプタースタート (GM01)) – 1:20
5. “Prologue (EV02-1)” (プロローグ (EV02-1)) – 0:44
6. “Advent of the Angels A (EV02-2)” (天使降臨 A (EV02-2)) – 1:35
7. “Riders of the Light” – 2:27
8. “Fly Me To The Moon (∞ Climax Mix)” – 5:19
9. “Enzo and Drive (EV03-1)” (エンツォとドライブ (EV03-1)) – 4:02
10. “Jeanne Enters (EV03-2)” (ジャンヌ登場 (EV03-2)) – 1:37
11. “The Falling Military Transport (ST01)” (墜落する軍用輸送機 (ST01)) – 3:11
12. “Dance With Jeanne (EV04-1)” – 0:28
13. “Signs of Unrest (EV04-2)” (不穏な気配 (EV04-2)) – 0:13
14. “The Gates Of Hell” – 4:00
15. “Scarborough Fair Equipped (EV05)” (スカボロウ フェア装着 (EV05)) – 0:29
16. “Vigrid — Station Home (ST02)” (ヴィグリッド 駅ホーム (ST02)) – 5:08
17. “Theme Of Bayonetta — Mysterious Destiny” – 2:52
18. “Vigrid – Town Areas (ST03)” (ヴィグリッド 市街地 (ST03)) – 5:45
19. “Advent of the Angels B (EV06-1)” (天使降臨 B (EV06-1)) – 0:33
20. “Bayonetta Prepares for Battle A (EV06-2)” (ベヨネッタ戦闘態勢 A (EV06-2)) – 0:15
21. “The Heavies” – 2:16
22. “Summoning of Beastly Demons” (魔獣召喚) – 2:06
23. “Fortitudo — In Labors And Dangers (Movement 1)” – 2:59
24. “Chapter Clear (GM02)” (チャプタークリア (GM02)) – 1:52
25. “Jeanne – Bike Action (EV07-1)” (ジャンヌ バイクアクション (EV07-1)) – 0:53
26. “Conversation with Jeanne (EV07-2)” (ジャンヌとの会話 (EV07-2)) – 1:19
27. “Memories of the Training Grounds (EV07-3)” (記憶の中の修練場にて A (EV07-3)) – 0:37
28. “Battle For The Umbra Throne” – 2:24
29. “Advent of the Angels C (EV08)” (天使降臨 C (EV08)) – 0:22
30. “Luka Enters (EV09-1)” (ルカ登場 (EV09-1)) – 0:49
31. “Conversation with Luka A (EV09-2)” (ルカとの会話 A (EV09-2)) – 1:31
32. “Conversation with Luka B (EV09-3)” (ルカとの会話 B (EV09-3)) – 0:34
33. “Advent of the Angels D (EV09-4)” (天使降臨 D (EV09-4)) – 0:30
34. “Bayonetta Prepares for Battle B (EV09-5)” (ベヨネッタ戦闘態勢 B (EV09-5)) – 0:29
35. “Pinch!” (ピンチ!) – 2:24
36. “Mysterious Girl, Cereza Enters (EV10-1)” (謎の少女、セレッサ登場 (EV10-1)) – 0:47
37. “Fortitudo Appears (EV10-2)” (フォルティトゥード、現る (EV10-2)) – 0:21
38. “Conversation with Fortitudo (EV11)” (フォルティトゥードとの会話 (EV11)) – 1:30

Disc 2:

1. “Lava Swallows the Town (ST04)” (溶岩にのまれる市街地 (ST04)) – 3:23
2. “Close Call! (EV12-1)” (危機一髪! (EV12-1)) – 0:09
3. “Action! (EV12-2)” (アクション! (EV12-2)) – 2:30
4. “Subterranean Caves (ST05)” (地下洞窟 (ST05)) – 2:33
5. “Paradiso — Paradise of Light” (パラディソ – 光の楽園) – 3:00
6. “God Sings A” (神の歌声 A) – 1:17
7. “God Sings B” (神の歌声 B) – 2:02
8. “Fortitudo Again (EV13)” (フォルティトゥード、再び (EV13)) – 1:07
9. “Fortitudo — In Labors And Dangers” – 4:58
10. “Climatic Battle” – 1:18
11. “Let’s Hit The Climax!” – 1:36
12. “Moonlit Valleys (ST06)” (月光の谷 (ST06)) – 3:44
13. “Showdown with Jeanne A (EV14-1)” (ジャンヌとの対決 A (EV14-1)) – 0:47
14. “Showdown with Jeanne B (EV14-2)” (ジャンヌとの対決 B (EV14-2)) – 0:23
15. “Red & Black” – 5:16
16. “Remains of the Witches’ Training Grounds (ST07)” (魔女の鍛錬房跡 (ST07)) – 3:21
17. “Cereza (EV15)” (セレッサ (EV15)) – 2:03
18. “First Love” (初恋) – 0:29
19. “Lovelorn” (失恋) – 0:12
20. “Sexy Battle (EV16)” (セクシーバトル (EV16)) – 0:57
21. “Cunning (EV17)” (悪知恵 (EV17)) – 0:32
22. “Temperantia Enters (EV18)” (テンパランチア登場 (EV18)) – 1:50
23. “Temperantia — In Foregoing Pleasures” – 3:41
24. “Splash Wave (∞ Climax Mix)” – 4:36
25. “After Burner (∞ Climax Mix)” – 5:27
26. “Magnificent 7 (∞ Climax Mix)” – 3:22

Disc 3:

1. “Paradiso — Graveyard of Time’s Memories (ST08)” (パラディソ – 時の記憶の墓場 (ST08)) – 6:05
2. “Memories of the Training Grounds (EV19-1)” (記憶の中の修練場にて B (EV19-1)) – 0:40
3. “Memories of the Training Grounds – Assault (EV19-2)” (記憶の中の修練場にて、襲撃 (EV19-2)) – 1:08
4. “Paradiso — Sea of Stars (ST09)” (パラディソ-星の大海 (ST09)) – 5:57
5. “Luka Glimpses Bayonetta’s Battle (EV20)” (ベヨネッタの戦いを垣間見るルカ (EV20)) – 1:36
6. “Iustitia Enters A (EV21-1)” (ユスティジア登場 A (EV21-1)) – 0:08
7. “Luka’s Crazy Idea A (EV21-2)” (ルカの妄想 A (EV21-2)) – 0:19
8. “Iustitia Enters B (EV21-3)” (ユスティジア登場 B (EV21-3)) – 0:37
9. “Iustitia Enters C (EV21-4)” (ユスティジア登場 C (EV21-4)) – 0:42
10. “Iustitia — In Giving Every Man His Due” – 4:09
11. “At the Airport – Talking with Luka A (EV22-1)” (空港にて、ルカの語り A (EV22-1)) – 0:30
12. “Eyes of the World (EV22-2)” (アイズ・オブ・ザ・ワールド (EV22-2)) – 4:18
13. “At the Airport – Talking with Luka B (EV22-3)” (空港にて、ルカの語り B (EV22-3)) – 2:02
14. “At the Airport – Assault (EV22-4)” (空港にて、襲撃 (EV22-4)) – 0:56
15. “Gigantic Military Transport – Valkyrie (ST10)” (巨大軍用輸送機 ヴァルキュリア (ST10)) – 3:41
16. “Showdown with Jeanne C (EV23-1)” (ジャンヌとの対決 C (EV23-1)) – 2:04
17. “Falling Valkyrie (EV23-2)” (墜落するヴァルキュリア (EV23-2)) – 1:25
18. “Save Cereza! (ST11)” (セレッソを救え! (ST11)) – 2:34
19. “Sapientia Enters A (EV24-1)” (サピエンチア登場 A (EV24-1)) – 0:41
20. “Sapientia Enters B (EV24-2)” (サピエンチア登場 B (EV24-2)) – 1:13
21. “Sapientia — In The Choice Between Good And Evil” – 4:03
22. “Luka’s Crazy Idea B (EV25)” (ルカの妄想 B (EV25)) – 0:22
23. “Space Harrier (∞ Climax Mix)” – 5:51
24. “Wiwi Jumbo (Heaven Sent Mix)” – 0:32
25. “Before the Final Battle with Jeanne A (EV26-1)” (ジャンヌとの最終決戦前 A (EV26-1)) – 1:59
26. “Before the Final Battle with Jeanne B (EV26-2)” (ジャンヌとの最終決戦前 B (EV26-2)) – 0:29
27. “Before the Final Battle with Jeanne C (EV26-3)” (ジャンヌとの最終決戦前 C (EV26-3)) – 1:22
28. “Blood & Darkness” – 5:34
29. “Jeanne A (EV27-1)” (ジャンヌ A (EV27-1)) – 1:21
30. “Truth (EV27-2)” (真実 (EV27-2)) – 0:48
31. “Jeanne B (EV27-3)” (ジャンヌ B (EV27-3)) – 1:03
32. “Miraculous Comeback!? (EV27-4)” (奇跡の生還!? (EV27-4)) – 0:14
33. “Bayonetta and Luka (EV27-5)” (ベヨネッタとルカ (EV27-5)) – 0:57

Disc 4:

1. “To Ithavoll Building (EV28)” (イザヴェルビルへ (EV28)) – 0:27
2. “Ithavoll Building — Lower Floors (ST12)” (イザヴェルビル 下層部 (ST12)) – 2:44
3. “Ithavoll Building — Upper Floors (ST13)” (イザヴェルビル 上層部 (ST13)) – 4:51
4. “Talking with Balder A (EV29-1)” (バルドルの語り A (EV29-1)) – 1:12
5. “Talking with Balder B (EV29-2)” (バルドルの語り B (EV29-2)) – 1:52
6. “Talking with Balder C (EV29-3)” (バルドルの語り C (EV29-3)) – 2:11
7. “Talking with Balder D (EV29-4)” (バルドルの語り D (EV29-4)) – 1:33
8. “Luka, Dies (EV29-5)” (ルカ、死す (EV29-5)) – 1:26
9. “Balder (EV29-6)” (バルドル (EV29-6)) – 1:01
10. “You May Call Me Father” – 5:26
11. “Journey’s End (EV30-1)” (旅の終わり (EV30-1)) – 2:06
12. “The Idol Captures Bayonetta (EV30-2)” (神像に囚われるベヨネッタ (EV30-2)) – 3:31
13. “Jeanne – To the Cosmos A (EV31-1)” (ジャンヌ、宇宙へ A (EV31-1)) – 0:31
14. “Jeanne – To the Cosmos B (EV31-2)” (ジャンヌ、宇宙へ B (EV31-2)) – 0:41
15. “Friend” (友よ) – 3:43
16. “Jeanne, Dies (EV32)” (ジャンヌ、死す (EV32)) – 2:07
17. “The Greatest Jubilee” – 7:37
18. “Staff Roll…? (EV33)” (スタッフロール…? (EV33)) – 0:41
19. “Luka Admires the Night Sky (EV34)” (夜空を見上げるルカ (EV34)) – 0:50
20. “Epilogue (EV35-1)” (エピローグ (EV35-1)) – 1:52
21. “Romance (EV35-2)” (ロマンス (EV35-2)) – 1:04
22. “Let’s Dance Boys!” – 3:39
23. “Fly Me To The Moon” – 2:24
24. “Memory” – 2:58

Disc 5:

1. “Magical Sound Shower / Out Run” – 5:30
2. “Splash Wave / Out Run” – 5:55
3. “After Burner / After Burner” – 5:03
4. “After Burner / After Burner II” – 5:23
5. “After Burner with Melody Ver. / After Burner II” – 5:23
6. “Boss / Fantasy Zone” – 1:43
7. “Theme / Space Harrier” – 4:05
8. “Angel Attack (GM03)” – 3:01
9. “Verse Result Jingle (GM04)” (バースリザルトジングル (GM04)) – 0:09
10. “Silver Medal Acquisition Jingle (GM05)” (シルバーメダル取得ジングル (GM05)) – 0:07
11. “Gold Medal Acquisition (GM06)” (ゴールドメダル取得ジングル (GM06)) – 0:07
12. “Platinum Medal Acquisition Jingle (GM07)” (プラチナメダル取得ジングル (GM07)) – 0:08
13. “The Angels Sing – Trois Marches Militaires” (天使の歌声 軍隊行進曲) – 0:33
14. “The Angels Sing – Piano Sonata No. 14 (Beethoven)|Quasi una fantasia” (天使の歌声 月光) – 0:33
15. “The Angels Sing – Fantaisie-Impromptu” (天使の歌声 幻想即興曲) – 0:33
16. “The Angels Sing – Sonata for Two Pianos in D major” (天使の歌声 2台のピアノのためのソナタ) – 0:33
17. “The Angels Sing – Les Patineurs” (天使の歌声 スケーターズ・ワルツ) – 0:33
18. “The Angels Sing – Walkürenritt” (天使の歌声 ワルキューレの騎行) – 0:33
19. “The Angels Sing – Hallelujah” (天使の歌声 ハレルヤ) – 0:33
20. “The Angels Sing – Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity” (天使の歌声 木星) – 0:33
21. “The Angels Sing – Mars, the Bringer of War” (天使の歌声 火星) – 0:33
22. “2008 Tokyo Game Show Promotion” (2008 東京ゲームショウ プロモーション) – 1:17
23. “Bayonetta Image Song Prototype A” (ベヨネッタイメージ曲 プロトタイプ A) – 1:10
24. “Mysterious Destiny Prototype” (Mysterious Destiny プロトタイプ) – 2:47
25. “Bayonetta Image Song Prototype B” (ベヨネッタイメージ曲 プロトタイプ B) – 5:00
26. “Bayonetta Image Song Prototype C” (ベヨネッタイメージ曲 プロトタイプ C) – 3:28
27. “Pinch! Prototype” (ピンチ! プロトタイプ) – 4:39
28. “Mysterious Destiny – Retro Version” (Mysterious Destiny レトロバージョン) – 2:39
29. “One Of A Kind – Retro Version” (One Of A Kind レトロバージョン) – 5:19

If you want to listen to Fly Me to the Moon, the game’s main soundtrack, try this one instead:

This video features Jessica of SNSD on vocals, singing Fly Me to the Moon, in an episode of SBS Kim JungEun’s Chocolate. Video credis to the uploader.

Download: Part 1 | Part2 | Part 3 | Part 4
*links fully credited to VG Tunes (Video Game Soundtracks)

|> 동방신기 (TVXQ) – 순수 (Rising Sun)

Jack Sparrow-based PlayStation 3 in a Mall?!

Last October 16, I brought my PC in PC Hub (SM Fairview) in the afternoon after I sold our copy of Resident Evil 5 for the PS3 in the morning. After settling some conversations and deals with PC Hub, we went to play PlayStation 3 on Gamer’s Site. There are a few things new here, I noticed. Hmm… Slims! yeah, back then when I was studying as a college student, just about a few months ago, the shop only had old Fat PS3s. I remember, we used to play Rock Band and Guitar Hero games there. At that time, with 60 bucks, you can play as solo for an hour and a hundred bucks for two players. Seems like PS3 rentals became cheaper and cheaper, almost like how PlayStation 2 rentals are in Circuit City. Now, you can play solo for just 40 bucks. So, we decided to play there.

A few moments later, I noticed what the heck is up right here. PS3 have custom menus! You can choose game! WTF! It’s jailbroken! Sesanghe… I never thought business guys would do this to my beloved PlayStation, I’m sure other fanboys out there like me will get angry as hell. I saw games listed like Dead Rising 2, NBA games, Resident Evil 5, Tekken 6, etc. Still, we continued playing while I took a sneaky snapshot of the “dumbness” I found.

Note: I’m not trying to ruin the name of Gamer’s Site. Actually, I’m an acquaintance of the store owner and managers. However, I do hate jailbreaks in PS3s.

|> 동방신기 (TVXQ) – Purple Line

A visit at PlayStation Home

After PLAT-ing three games (Dante’s Inferno, Tekken 6, Resident Evil 5) consecutively in a week of October, I decided to visit PlayStation Home and check out if there are some new things going on there. Of course, I cannot forget my new items in my wardrobe, thanks to the games I have PLAT-ed. Upon my visit, I tried rearranging my studio to give visitors a new look.


[Hi! My PSN ID is kenokenopi!]

So far, I have acquired these Tekken 6 Arcade Cabinets:

These Resident Evil 5 action figures (with Galaga mascot):

Resident Evil 5 treasure Chest:

Some Tekken 6 Health Bottle:

Those Namco Museum Cabinet you can see out there:

I feel so happy that my own studio looked very pleasing now, as compared before. I even changed the wallpaper and re-arranged the couches and sofas, but next time, I hope Sony will add more and more items and options. Nevertheless, I praise Sony for doing something like this. Take a closer look at it:

And we shouldn’t forget daydreaming in the PlayStation Home world ^^

I never tried going out of my own studio cause I am doing something regarding PSN and my older brother’s Facebook. Anyway, my visit in my PlayStation Home character feels like a vacation just before my birthday. For now, I have to wait for another game to buy. While waiting, I should finish Fatal Frame 4 on my PC (emulated using Dolphin) and the reboot of Medal of Honor. I also can’t wait for Joe’s Adventures. XOXO

|> Queens of the Stone Age – No One Knows

2010 | Mafia II – Jimmy’s Vendetta

Oops! If you thought that this is about the genius kiddo of cartoons you’ve watched in Nickelodeon, you’re wrong. There’s no genius here, except the guys of 2K Czech for making Mafia II my best game recently. Jimmy’s Vendetta DLC was fun. I have finished it in 2 weeks (sorry to say, I’m not always playing video games). So my thoughts about the game, you’re askin’? As I’ve said, it was fun, more serious and aggressive. Sadly, the game lacks story, or should I say it lacks cut-scenes. Story, there is. However, the game’s focus is on the mission itself. The DLC is about Jimmy, who successfully escaped from prison and will take revenge to those fellas that made him a pig. This means that you will be chasing all of those guys, beat them all up make Jimmy enjoy his life. You’ll be killing these guys area by area, as seen on the map, and aside from that, to earn money you will have to steal rare cars out there and sell them up. I have acquired $30000+ bucks and believe me, you don’t need that kind of money. You just have to watch out for your health and your ammos. Grenades are useful in some situations. But you don’t have a choice. These “car-stealing” mini missions are required to beat so you can move to the next “real” missions and make a progress to your gang chases. Here are some photos I have captured upon finishing the game.


Jimmy: You see the way I eat?


Jimmy: It’s more like a vacation…


Jimmy: no thanks, I’m full…


Jimmy: want me to jump? Sorry but in this game you can’t jump O.O


Jimmy: I told ‘ya I wasn’t the one who stole your Ray Ban glasses!


Completion for Stealing Car (when was stealing cars became an achievement???)


Jimmy: Alright, thanks for your Wedding invitation. I’ll definitely come. Prepare a lot of food and some… chicas’


Almost there…


Jimmy: So there’s that Big Boss. I’m gonna suck his stomach!


There ya’ go!


Finally, finished Jimmy’s Vendetta DLC. Next, we’re going to wait for a little while. The next DLC will be named Joe’s Adventures. I’m so looking forward to it. I hope Joe Barbaro wasn’t dead.

|> Sistar – Shady Girl

Goodbye PS3 Jailbreak. Hello firmware 3.42

It’s almost 2 weeks since the release of psgroove’s USB modchip, or what we call the primary Jailbreak of the PlayStation 3 console system. Many gamers became excited and at the same time, many PlayStation fan boys started to get pissed. I wasn’t one of those who got excited, not also a fan boy, but I just don’t support the jailbreak. I enjoy every single features of the PS3, what it is on its release, and what it is right now. Sony is doing well with their business of the new PlayStation Move. They didn’t let our folks, the black hat hackers, mess up our PS3s. Just 2 days ago, they released a new firmware, version 3.42, just to permanently (hopefully) block the USB modchip. But my theory is that, as stated on some site I’ve seen a couple of days ago, the USB chip is able to update itself, so that means every time Sony releases a new firmware to terminate the exploit, the dev team of the exploit will do the same, that is, to bypass or hack the new firmware. Well, that is just my theory. I hope it will only be a theory and will never ever be in reality coz’ if that happens, then expect brutality from Sony, like mandatory PlayStation Plus for every user and you will definitely say goodbye to the free PlayStation Network.

Here’s a meaningful quote by my fellow PinoyPS.com user named Swine from the PS3 Firmware Update Thread:

On the other hand, while I’m looking for the DLC for Mafia II (cracked ones), I’ve seen this site where you can download BD-ripped jailbreak files for the PS3. I have seen GTA: Episodes from Liberty City (8.0GB), Gran Turismo 5 Prologue (6.01GB), Just Cause 2 (3.63GB) and even the EPIC Mafia II (6.53GB). That was quick and sad. Those Jailbreak files are all provided by this cracking team called DUPLEX. I hope Sony will make an action about this thing. Hey guys from Sony, please help us gamers, we have a situation here! ^_^ Think about the numbers… 3GB…6GB…8GB!!!

I have managed to take a screenie of it as well, featuring my new Dante’s Inferno Firefox Persona ^^

Do you detest the jailbreak?
Download the firmware 3.42 now!
Here are the links:

US: here
ASIA: here

~End of Story~

|> Arch Enemy – We Will Rise