Everybody love some cheat in Games

Everyone love to cheat-its good,clean fun,of course,because not
everybody is born a pro gamer like me and you .
Head to ultimate-cheat.com:this site is entirely for cheat codes,
news,and tips and tricks on a huge number of games on different
platform.You get the cheats  for titles on Atari 2600,Lynx,and
Sega-all the way to xbox360 upto hardcore gamers heartbeat
PS3.This site is updated daily,so you can find cheats and hints
even for the latest titles.hummm.

The coolest thing here is that you can leave your feedback like
other cheat site(if a cheat doesn't work,for example)at the end
of the cheats and hints for any game across all platforms.Along
with the cheats,you will find news related to the  game platform
and genre,and game titles similar to the one you're looking at.
If you hate cheat "one thing I say for you now you think like
a hardcore gamer(Real gamers).
what i think about cheat codes its help for those who don't
want to work hard.

Farcry 2 Review

Ubisoft is handling the sequel to the hit Far Cry games,now that Crytek
sold the rights to the French studio.This time,the game will not feature
any supernatural or sci-fi elements,and will further veer from the first
part by offering not one, but 12 different mercenaries to play as.Set in
Africa,the game will be entirely open-ended and non-linear.After you
choose from one of the 12 mercenaries,the remaining will be encount-
ered in the game as friends.The game will feature terrain ranging from
savanna to jungle and the weather will depend upon how well you do
in the game:sunny skies when everything is going well for you will give
way to thunder and lightning when you are in trouble.Various factions
and vehicles will be featured,and the gameplay area will be around 50
square km.
                                 Will it be a far cry from its sequel?Ha ha,punny...

By Gamers,For Gamers- In web 2.0 ways

Now you can experience a thrill of web2.0 technology with your
gaming skill. I think the first question in your mind how? so
dont shift to other blog just read the full article then check
out this cool way to test and improve your gaming skill. so i
currently shutdown this nonsense please read it like
playing A Game.

Finally ,gamers,too,have embraced WEB 2.0 and social networking
and all thing new.Gamevision is a social networking site with an
intresting tagline."By Gamers,For Gamers."
Gamers willing to share their thoughts with other gamers
can create their own communities:just register and create your
profile-then start writing your own articles.All the rest
Web 2.0-save drafts, publish whenever you want,create or browse
blogs...you get the idea.
All content on the site is entirely gaming realted.Gaming news
on the homepage includes review by GamerVision as well as
community based review.Members can create groups for discussing
anything they think about any game.sort of lends a perspective.
join any gaming group-such as "HALO 3"-to learn and discuss ways
and tricks from other members.
You will find everything that make for a useful Web 2.0
site -commenting Rating,Bookmarking,Sharing,etc.of the content.
For example,you can comment on news,article,and even blogs...

Seitz 6x17 Digital camera

IF your are a real photography enthusiast then its really a
big and excellent deal.But my point of view on this I say just some
great word (oh god can i really buy this type of gadget)

seitz has outdone everything in its class with its mind-
numbing 160-megapixel 6x17 digital camera. (Sorry, we got that
wrong: there’s nothing else in its class!) You got that right—one
hundred and sixty MP. Couple that with 48-bit colour depth, and
you get images of definitions we can’t speak about. At the
maximum resolution, an image is 900 MB, and you can’t use
Flash to store several such—so the 6x17 uses a Mac Mini as
its storage device. You can control the camera remotely using a PDA.
Go ahead, prove you’re a real photography enthusiast: sell your
house and buy the 6x17 for

mobile version "compact": 46'300 CHF (29'270 €)
mobile version "premium": 47'100 CHF (29'770 €)
mobile version "magnum": 48'900 CHF (31'150 €)
studio version: 42'300 CHF (26'940 €)

for detail visit this site :-http://www.roundshot.ch/

World cheapest car (2500$) TATA NANO

RATAN TATA One Of the RICHEST INDIAN again shocked the
Indians after buying a Cores steel company .NOw they show a
NEW CAR in CAR EXPO 2008(India) which is just only 1 LACK
( 2500$ ) which is one of the WORLD most Cheapest CAR most
important thing CAR also loaded with air conditioning.This
CAR are made for middle class people .Which have a not  enough
Money to buy a CAR and they happy with its 150 cc Bike . Now
they really buy his own CAR just in 1 LACK( 2500$ ). Its Engine
power is 624 CC and it give mileage 20KM/LITRE which is
Excellent for anyone Which Belong to middle class.And its main
competitor MARUTI 800 loses his some market when TATA
launch it officially in Market .But now most of the Indian follow
the theory of wait and watch.Now its Ready to Rock
Indian Car Market.

The car will have a three-cylinder 624-cc petrol engine with
33 bhp of power. It will also have a 30-litre fuel tank and
four-speed manual gearshift. The car will come with air
conditioning,but will have no power steering.

The car will have front disk and rear drum brakes. The company
claims mileage of 22 kmpl in city and 26 kmpl on highway.
The $ 2500 is the dealer price - the actual price on the road might
be approx Rs $3000.
But many people have a some doubt and some question I clear it below
1.what about safety
   According to TATA Meets all safety norms
2.Such a car can even be built at that price
    Many think not but it pssible.but corollary is ,can it be built
     profitably?wait for market report
3. What about impact on environment?
     TATA say Meets them too.

Pacemaker (Portable DJ System)

No, this gadget will not save a life; it will, however, let you party
wherever you go. It’s a cool looking portable DJ-ing system with
120 GB storage. You can mix music easily, and on the move.
All the well known audio formats—MP3, WMA, AAC, WAV, Ogg
Vorbis and even the lossless FLAC are supported!

The Pacemaker has a set of effects like crossfade, bend, pitch, etc.
which can be controlled using the multifunctional touchpad.
Outputs include headphone and line-out, and the device lets you
control two channels individually. Even if you aren’t a DJ, its huge
storage capacity lets it double up as a really good portable music
PRICE:-(EUR 520, about $720)

LinuX-Gamers EDITION

The Linux Live Game Project is a compilation of games for Linux,
and requires no previous knowledge on how to set up Linux and
all its applications. It’s a Live DVD that’s based on Arch Linux, so
there is no need to create space and partition drives, either Depe-
nding on your hardware, you’d be well warned that some of your
drivers may not be open source. We ran our tests on an NVIDIA-
based motherboard. This can be a little irritating to see every
time you boot up: you need to agree to continue, and once you
do, the drivers are loaded and the GUI boots up. There’s not
much to see here other than a thick bar with a list of games there.
Now the games on this distribution aren’t your typical low-end-
card games you find on your Windows and Linux Desktops. These
are full-fledged 3D games, including FPSes like Warsow, Tremulous,
and World of Padman. Sauerbraten is another pretty good-looking
game that makes use of some fancy-looking shaders.
It’s not all FPS mayhem either—games like Foobilliards (a pool
game) and Blobby 2 (a 2D ball game) will appeal to casual gamers.
Real-time Strategy (RTS) and Role-playing Game (RPG) fans can
always try out Warzone 2100 and The Battle for Wesnoth. For
those with a need for speed there’s TORCS (The Open Racing Car
Simulator)—a fairly decent-looking car racing game, and gl-117—a
rather bad-looking flight simulator.
The performance of the games on our old test machine—an AMD
64 3800+ with 1 GB of RAM and the onboard NVIDIA 6150
graphics—was more or less satisfactory. What is irritating is
the amount of time games take to load off the DVD. You can save
your settings on a USB drive if you wish.
Unfortunately, other than playing games,there’s nothing much you
can do with this distribution. If that’s all you want, then Linux Live
Game Project has a decent collection of games where you can spend
a lot of free time.Site: http://live.linux-gamers.net/