Wizards’ Forum Audio Series 2 Part 9. Describing a process that will massively improve your ValueCapping™
An original sci-fi shooter from the developers of Dead Rising, Lost Planet takes place in an arctic wasteland populated by aliens and a ragtag group of pirates. The world, E.D.N. III, is home to the Akrid, an insect-like race that is threatened by an encroaching human colony. As a snow pirate named Wayne, your goal is to harvest the Akrid for the thermal energy necessary for mankind’s survival. The harsh weather and hostile creatures require a bit more than the average snowsuit, so players can strap themselves into armor-plated, bipedal machines called Vital Suits. These suits can be outfitted with a variety of high-powered armaments, from plasma rifles and machine guns to rocket launchers and grenades. Lost Planet features a third-person viewpoint and emphasizes frenetic action across 11 distinct stages. Targeting is automatic and missions are structured in a linear fashion, each culminating in a boss fight against a deadly mix of organic and mechanical creatures. Cinematic cut-scenes delve into Wayne’s mysterious past, while destructible environments lead to new Vital Suits being discovered for alternate attack and transportation forms. Online support for up to 16 combatants is also included in a variety of game modes. In addition to the kill-or-be-killed elimination and team elimination formats, players can race to control five outposts or work together to take out an armed fugitive. The PlayStation 3 version includes 16 multiplayer maps and exclusive characters to unlock, including Dead Rising’s Frank West, Mega Man, and more. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide Universal Shooter
For you horse racing fans, here’s a video of my handicapping of the 5th race from Hoosier Park, 10/17/08, that ‘took care’ of the Mac laptops!
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Posted on October 12, 2008
in original online racing form
This is a vid form My Life … My Dads online Adventures racing people around the globe..online. This is where i show my dad the World of Outlaws Late Model Mod that i got for DTR2, se we go online and absolutely KICK BUTT ’cause we are in a lightin fast WoO Late Model and everyones left in the dust …. enjoy!
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Posted on September 21, 2008
in original online racing form
From http://gamblerstelevision.com The Belmont Stakes is a punishing race for any potential Triple Crown winner. The 1-and-a-half mile run is a distance that most horses have never even run, nor will they be asked to run this distance ever again in their racing career. Big Brown will make his third start in 5 weeks, up against horses that have had it a bit easier with few weeks off. Big Brown wasn’t afforded the luxury of taking a break for the Preakness or Kentucky Derby. Or miss both jewels of the Triple Crown and come in fresh while the Triple Crown candidate must gut it out. You can understand why no other horse in 30 years has achieved a Triple Crown.
Last year, filly Rags to Ritches was just one head better than the 2007 horse of the year Curlin at the Belmont finish line. Rags to Ritches benefited from a 5-week rest between the Kentucky Oaks, a race for 3-year-old fillies, and the Belmont Stakes. With her fresh legs, she was able to out-kick Curlin at the wire. Now when you look at the Racing Form, you will most likely see many Kentucky Derby runners back in action to face Big Brown once again. The last 9 years have produced 4 double-digit longshot winners, and there have been only 13 double-digit longshots since 1933. Some trainers and owners finally figured out the formula. If you don’t win the Derby, come-in fresh for the Belmont and aim your horse for the Breeders Cup Classic late in the year. If Big Brown proves to be fast enough on Saturday, he will have passed horseracing’s biggest endurance test. But if you want to beat Big Brown for the Belmont, recent history says look for a fresh horse at a longshot price.
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