- Category Game On
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Transistor is a game that I never would have tried if not for the perks I get from my PS+ subscription and a recommendation from a friend (Yes, Pao, I mean you). On the last few days that it was free on PS+, a buddy of mine told me about Transistor and how awesome it was supposed to be. And just in nick of time, I was able to snag it up absolutely free.
In Transistor, you play as Red, a talented singer whose voice was taken away. You wield a sword called Transistor that seemingly takes the personalities and memories of people who have passed away and turns them into abilities or Functions. You and your city are being attacked by something called The Process. Who unleashed the Process and what it is, that's for you to find out.
At the most basic level, Transistor is just an isometric-view action game. What sets it apart is the way it's presented and the way the game mechanics work. Let's start off with the presentation and move on to gameplay a little later.
- Category Cinemabuzz
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Photos Courtesy of Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (Cinderella)
Yes, Disney may have acquired hot property like Marvel and Star Wars in the last decade, but that doesn’t mean they have lost their touch when it comes to making a good, old-fashioned fairy tale come to life in a brand new way. After their smash hit Frozen (2013), Disney explores the story of another formidable princess with the live-action retelling of Cinderella (2015).
- Category Geek Gear
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A few weeks ago, I got an idea for a post here at GeekOut.ph thanks to an email I received from Carmudi. I thought to myself "Man, it'd be cool if Carmudi had every conceivable car on their listing." With that rattling in my head, I listed down what cars from fiction would just be awesome to drive down the Skyway while blasting some Katy Perry or some Taylor Swift. Let's go take a look at that list right now!
Let's get the obvious one out of the way from the get-go. The Batmobile is one of the most recognizable fictional car despite it having many, many looks. The specs and features of the Batmobile really depends on the medium and the story it was featured in, but they all have one thing in common - badassery.
I'm actually quite partial to the BTAS batmobile, though. Look at that thing.
- Category Comicology
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In Marvelous Mythology, Todd Frye attempts to take his readers down the 75-year history of Marvel. He starts by zooming in on arguably the most beloved era of comics, the “Marvel age of comics” beginning with the publication of Fantastic Four #1.
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Do you guys remember the Christmas guide last 2013? We mentioned the Iron Man Gauntlet on the list. Though Iron Man 3 was a bit of letdown, the Mark 42 armor was pretty cool. We found one store where it was available but it quickly disappeared.
Well, good news - it's back on the market for only P1,620 at Abubot.ph! Here's their write-up:
This articulated Iron Man hand is the perfect gift or to add to your geek collection. Amaze your office-mates, bring it to a meeting and save your data in style!
- Capacity: 32GB
- USB 2.0
- Plug and Play
- Supports Win98/ME/2000/XP/Vista/7, Mac OS 9.X/Linux2.4 without device drive
- 10 years Data Retention
- Metro Manila: 3 to 5 days max (P80.00)
- Provincial: 5 to 10 days max (P150.00)
- Check out our shipping rates here
I'm picking one up, too, I think. I've been meaning to get a work flash drive anyhow.