On The Bleeding Edge: Bleeding Edge TV 594: Amazon Kindle Oasis review



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  • I use PSP Video 9 to rip my movies to a PSP format and put them on my PSP.

    Playfeed Giveaway: SanDisk 1 GB Memory Stick Pro Duo
    Posted on: June 23, 2005 at 4:58 pm on Playfeed - 41 comments total

  • I'd like to see more game reviews, not just links to other sites.

    Gear Live Giveaway: iRiver H320 via HandheldsFree.com
    Posted on: April 24, 2005 at 9:34 pm on Gear Live - 20 comments total

  • Need for Speed Rivals will help me best enter into the world of PSP-phoria! The graphics and details of the cars are amazing. The decals, shadows, and the designs are one of a kind. Comparing this game to PS2's Need for Speed Underground 2, I can say this one will be even more fun to play on a tiny handheld console. The huge selection of cars will make me dizzy and choosing one of them to race will be painful! The games offers many game modes with challenging opponenents and courses. I definitely look forward to playing Need for Speed Rivals...and the "game-that-shall-not-be-named!"

    Gear Live Giveaway: Sony PSP Value Pack
    Posted on: March 09, 2005 at 9:41 pm on Gear Live - 80 comments total

  • I would use the Logitech Harmony 676 as a bone for my dog...and to clear away the clutter of remotes that I have now. It would keep my hands free from having to juggle between 4 different remotes when trying to play a DVD! Speaking of which, my living room setup is a Yamaha HTR-5740 with 6.1 surround sound and a 14 year old 28-inch Sony Trinitron. Talk about upgrades...sheesh! P.S. Yes, my T.V is in COLOR.

    Gear Live Giveaway: Logitech Harmony 676
    Posted on: February 15, 2005 at 5:53 am on Gear Live - 12 comments total

  • My first console was a red Pocket Game Boy. I loved my boy like it was my own! I brought it everywhere: to the bathroom, to school, and to public restrooms. I always kept an extra set of AAA batteries in case the existing ones would fail (which never happened). I brought my Game Boy Pocket it to second grade everyday that I could and played it on the bus ride home. I even had my own clan on the bus! It was made up of a third-grader named Alex, who owned the giant version of the Gameboy, and me. We would always take the back seats of the bus, even though we would get really nauseous while playing games on a moving vehicle. The seats were a like a sacred shrine to the clan. At the end of every school day, I would always run as fast as I could all the way from my classroom to the bus, just to claim the back row of squishy seats. Every time I got close to the school bus, the driver named Chuck would open the doors for me. It was like he knew those seats were reserved just for Alex and me. Eventually, my mother took my Game Boy Pocket away and hid it somewhere because she thought that I was rotting my youth away! I totally disagreed and to prove my loyalty to "the clan" I searched up and down the house for my Boy. As a matter of fact, I did find it. But it came with a price. My mother had hid my Game Boy in her set of drawers. However, at that ignorant age of 8, I didn’t yet realize that the garment I had found my Game Boy in was her bra! Later, I bought a Special Edition Pokemon Game Boy Color. My mom hid that too. Fortunately I still had my Game Boy Pocket but was forced to play color games on a black and white screen. IT WAS LITERALLY TORTURE! I quietly thought to myself that I couldn’t wait until the next Game Boy would come out…because then I would get my Game Boy Color back and be fully able to experience 8 bit goodness! The game that I spent on the most hours on was Pokemon Blue…wait, or was it Red…or maybe Yellow…nah, it had to have been Silver…no way, Gold was definitely it…ok, it was ONE of those games but the colors aren’t coming to my mind right now. The main character, Ash, was my idol. I wanted to be just like him, so I did what I had to. Since I was only 8, I thought Pokemon were REAL, so I bought an Ash Ketchum hat, stuffed animal Pokemon, and Pokeballs to catch them with. I must have spent hours trying to perfect my “pokemon-catching” technique. Now let’s back to the Pokemon Blue game or should I say CRPG (Colorful Role Playing Game). I think my worst choice was to pick Charmander as a starting Pokemon because he just horribly sucked. After getting my Pokedex, I met up with Gary for my first battle. Gary used Bulbasaur and hit Charmander with a tackle attack. He fainted. If I had only known how to swear, I would have done it 100 times. I quickly restarted the game and chose Squirtle and that became the start of my Pokemon success. I played Pokemon Blue almost everyday. It became part of my life and that was what made me buy Red Version, Yellow Version, Silver Version, and Gold Version. Thank god I stopped then otherwise I would have burned a hole right through my wallet on Crystal Version, Sapphire Version, Ruby Version, Leaf Green Version, and Fire Red Version. Now you know what I mean by CRPG (Colorful Role Playing Game.) Thank you Gear Live Readers for enduring my story. I hope you enjoyed my first experience with Nintendo and the story about my first really, really hard game. P.S. I sometimes get pissed at my friends when they go, “DS? Isn’t it just an SP with two screens?” I reply, “NO IT’S NOT!!!”

    Gear Live Giveaway: Nintendo DS
    Posted on: January 25, 2005 at 4:03 am on Gear Live - 59 comments total

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