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Posted on Feb 19th 2020 at 11:17:02 AM by (Ted Playa)
Posted under Rarest PS2 Games, Rare PS2 Games

Last week we took a look at Rare PS1 games. This weeks video covers Rare PS2 games

Posted on Feb 19th 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (MetalFRO)
Posted under Ketsui, Shoot the Corecast, shmup, podcast, STG, shooter, shooting game, Cave, danmaku, bullet hell

Here's the direct link to listen to the podcast on the site, or download the MP3 for later:

Check us out and subscribe (and rate!) on Apple Podcasts!

We're listed on Google Play - subscribe and review the podcast over there!

We're on Stitcher Podcasts now, as well, so if you use that service, have a listen to the show from there!

We also have a presence on SoundCloud now, though it's just the most current episode at this time:

Continue reading Shoot the Core-cast Episode 020 - Ketsui

Posted on Feb 19th 2020 at 02:35:35 AM by (hiennguyen776)
Posted under carpet, tham trai san

Learning and choosing a suitable floor mat will surely bring you surprising and interesting discoveries about the design and space of the room.

These carpeted carpets serve a variety of useful purposes. They bring warmth to the feet, creating a new, unique design connecting the room with everything. It also works to focus attention on large rooms.

Tapestry is also considered an art design in the room. It creates a harmonious combination from wall colors, furniture to the decorations in the room. Learning and choosing a suitable floor mat will surely bring you unexpected discoveries, interesting about the design and space of the room. So how to get a satisfactory carpet? ? Some of the following tips will be helpful to you.

1. Cost

Just like investing in buying other items for the house, it is best to set a certain amount of money to buy the rug. The cost of a rug ranges from a few hundred thousand if bought in discount stores to a few million if bought in antique stores.

To determine the amount of money you need to buy a rug, see what its purpose is. Consider which room in your house needs carpets mua tham trai san gia re o day https://www.facebook.com/thamtraisanlotsan . The room your family uses often needs a good quality rug and, of course, its price is often higher when you shop for less used rooms.

A good rule of thumb is advised by the designer that the cost of buying a rug equals the cost of buying a sofa set. But most rationally, you should balance your money and the quality of the product to buy a rug that fits the space of your room.

2. Material

The methods and materials to produce a rug directly affect its price. Hand-woven carpets are the most expensive, they are hand-woven from yarn. A less expensive alternative is quilted rugs, which can be done by machine or hand.

But either way, the production is quicker and less expensive. These rugs are usually made of firm fibers that are rolled up and then cut to form pieces of different shapes see more here. Materials such as wool, cotton, silk, coconut fiber, synthetic fibers, and grass are the materials most often used to make these carpets.

A little advice is that the carpets made of wool or silk are usually very good quality and longer lasting.

3. Size

Carpets come in many sizes, most commonly in the ratio of 2 3, 4 6, 5 8 and 8 10. Before buying, measure the room where you want to carpet. After measuring the size of the room, measure the area where the carpet is placed.

If you want most of the floor to be covered with carpet, leaving 12 to 15 cm of distance from the edge of the carpet to the foot of the wall around the room will create a nice and sensible decor.

For the dining room, you will need a rug large enough to fit the dining table and chairs around. In the living room, the rug must be large enough to fit a tea table in the middle. Note, in the corridor should not place furniture on the carpet.

4. Design

The most common carpet shapes are rectangular, circular, octagonal, oval and square. Choose the shape of carpet to fit the scale and balance with the space in the room, especially when you want to have the appropriate arrangement in a large space.

A large room will need a rug-sized carpet, probably rectangular or oval, but not too big or too small. It is noted that most handmade carpets are rectangular.

5. Style

There are many style choices when buying carpets. Most of them have been preconfigured in the designs. You can choose striped carpets, geometric patterns, flowers, sounds, or even oriental art motifs.

To choose a carpet with a good decoration, start with a general idea of ​​an image that you think will fit your home space and choose a rug based on that idea.

A rug with designs or patterns in a modern or contemporary style will give the room space harmony, neutrality. Flowers and stripes are the perfect motifs for those who love simplicity, while geometric motifs are the right choice for those who like diversity and variety. There are many colors for you to choose besides those styles.

Posted on Feb 17th 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (slackur)
Posted under Liar Princess and the Blind Prince, Co op, Platforming, puzzle, PS4, Switch, oh shoot the game is bugged oh wait no, the prince is hidden behind a tree

-All images from Nintendo.com-

I have a few friends, including my own Beloved, who enjoy watching certain (usually story-focused) games while I play.  I figured I'd pick one to highlight for Valentine's Day, and it turns out I just finished Liar Princess and the Blind Prince.  While the game does fit into such a mold and might make a great experience for a couple (although the game is not necessarily romantic in theme) there are a handful of caveats that should be highlighted that keep this game from being a perfectly polished hidden gem.

Continue reading A Valentine Suggestion: The Liar Princess and the Blind Prince

Posted on Feb 15th 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (EZ Racer)
Posted under nes, retro, video game, super mario, zelda, contra, top 20

As something fun for 2020, I will be looking at the best 20 games from a variety of systems, with the lists being the culmulative votes from RFGen members. In January, we looked at the NES, and the end result showed just how ecclectic that system's library is. Nine lists were submitted (including my own, made before any votes were taken), and on those lists a whopping 98 games received at least one vote, and 6 different games got a 1st place vote.

Thanks to all who participated, and hopefully we'll get even more submissions for next month's list: SNES.

Lists submitted:

EZ Racer
Disposed Hero

Continue reading RFGen Top 20 Games for the NES

Posted on Feb 12th 2020 at 10:52:03 AM by (Ted Playa)
Posted under Rare PS1 Games , Rarest PS1 Games

Do you collect for the Playstation or want to know what games are rare?
Then this weeks episode of Playas Guide is for you.

Posted on Feb 11th 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (Pam)
Posted under video, review, snes

I somehow managed to go through my whole life never playing a Metroid game... until now. Today I'm talking about Super Metroid. It does some things really well, but there are some things I think could be better, or are unfriendly to new players.

Posted on Feb 9th 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (MetalFRO)
Posted under Xenoblade Chronicles X, Monolith Soft, Nintendo, Wii U, JRPG, MMO, science fiction

Image shamelessly linked from Nintendo UK

I'm not a big RPG guy, but I've enjoyed a few over the years. I always struggle to finish them, once I start, however. Notoriously, I started Final Fantasy VII a number of times, between when I bought it in 1999, and when I finally beat it well over a decade later. I played through the main story of Lunar 2: Eternal Blue Complete on the PlayStation, but my characters weren't leveled up enough to run the gauntlet of the epilogue. A decade plus later, I played through it again on PSP, and finally did just that. And I've started Final Fantasy Legend for GameBoy more than once, intending to finish it. One of these days, I'll actually do that.

I wanted to get Xenoblade Chronicles for the Wii, but slept on the preorder, so I missed out on the special red controller, and a first print run of the game. After that, the price skyrocketed, and I didn't expect to ever be able to play it. Thankfully, GameStop commissioned a second print run, since it was their exclusive, and I was able to obtain one. I didn't get terribly far, but it's a beautiful game with an amazing soundtrack, and I had fun with what I played. When its sequel came out, despite wanting to finish the first game before diving in, I couldn't resist, and bought Xenoblade Chronicles X. I put the original aside, and dove headfirst into the new game, marveling at the amazing graphics, immersive, expansive world, and all the cool stuff the game offered the player. I put about 80 hours into it. Then, the Nintendo Switch dropped.

Continue reading Xenoblade Chronicles X - Final Wii U Masterpiece?

Posted on Feb 7th 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (russlyman)
Posted under DIY, nintendo,custom,controller,diy

Mega Man is as classic as it gets when it comes to Nintendo. I was contacted by someone who also shared the love that I have for Mega Man, and wanted a custom NES controller showcasing that.
With this design I wanted to push my creativity. I was going for a mechanical/robotic look on the controller, adding real bolts, screws, and exposed circuitboards.
I think the end result speaks for itself. Also not only did I make this controller, but I made Two Mega Man custom controllers, each a little different.

Posted on Feb 5th 2020 at 11:42:20 AM by (Ted Playa)
Posted under Retro Gaming News , Gaming News

Last months retro gaming news is out!

Posted on Feb 5th 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (MetalFRO)
Posted under Shoot the Corecast Gaiden, Shmup Club, top 5, game list, top games, game ranking, shooting games, STG, shooter, shoot em up

We played a lot of games during 2019, and some of them are bound to stand out from the pack. We decided to each rank the top 5 we played during the last year, and briefly discuss why we think these games each stand out to us. Some of our picks overlap, and some do not. Is your favorite shmup from last year on the list? Listen and find out, and then let us know what YOUR favorite shmup was, that you played last year!

Here's the direct link to listen to the podcast on the site, or download the MP3 for later:

Check us out and subscribe (and rate!) on Apple Podcasts!

We're listed on Google Play - subscribe and review the podcast over there!

We're on Stitcher Podcasts now, as well, so if you use that service, have a listen to the show from there!

We also have a presence on SoundCloud now, though it's just the most current episode at this time:

We have t-shirts! Help support the podcast, and rep the shmup community by buying a Shoot the Core-cast tee - now with Gaiden design!

Thanks for listening, for any reviews, ratings, or feedback you offer - it's very much appreciated!

Posted on Feb 3rd 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (bombatomba)
Posted under SMS, Wonderboy, Sega Master System

I thought for once I should do an article on a remake of a retro classic.  Okay, so that is pretty much all I've done as of late (save Yo-kai Watch), and truth be told I was holding out for a new(er) game, but it just didn't happen.  Anyway, I just happened to look at my Switch wishlist and saw Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap on sale for $9.99 USD and picked it up.  Looking back, I think I just needed something new to play and this seemed about right.  It was a remake and mostly modern looking, so I though maybe it would scratch that itch, and boy did it ever.

Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap was developed by Lizardcube and published in 2017 by Dotemu for a variety of platforms.  It is a remake of the Sega Master System classic, Wonder Boy III: The Dragon's Trap released in 1989, and lets you live the exploits of Wonder Boy, who one day going to defeat his nemesis and picks up a nasty little curse that changes his life.  In a nutshell, that is The Dragon's Trap.  However, there is just so much more going on in the remake that doesn't really take anything from the original game.  I don't know about you, that not only sounds appealing, but also quite magical.

Continue reading Wonder Boy - The Dragon's Trap

Posted on Feb 1st 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (Crabmaster2000)
Posted under Bad Games

As I often do I was playing my NES a few days ago. The game of the day was The Legend of Kage. If you're not familiar, it's an arcade port in which you control a ninja running through some scrolling stages battling other ninjas and wizards to save a princess. All of that sounds great, but in reality it's a pretty bad game. The controls are not up to the standards of the time, it looks pretty generic, the sound is awful, enemy spawns are seemingly random, lots of cheap deaths, and there is no real depth to the game beyond the typical arcade fair of "play until you die". My wife watched for a few minutes and saw me reset the first level a dozen times as I just tried to learn how the game operated and made a comment that went something this "I'm frustrated just watching you play. I don't understand how you can find enjoyment in this." I've often thought there is some value in a person getting outside their comfort zone even in their hobbies, so I'm going to try and finally put that into words here.

Continue reading Bad Games Are Good For You

Posted on Jan 29th 2020 at 09:38:38 AM by (Ted Playa)
Posted under Beat Em Ups , Super Nintendo

New episode of Playas Guide is up on YouTube every Wednesday for your enjoyment . This weeks episode covers SNES Beat Em Ups

Posted on Jan 26th 2020 at 08:00:00 AM by (Disposed Hero)
Posted under Review, Square Enix, Squaresoft, JRPG

Being a big fan of JRPGs and the Final Fantasy series in particular since the 16-bit era, both Final Fantasy IV and VI (or II and III as we knew them at the time) are two of my all-time favorite games. Little did I (or pretty much anyone else in the west) know at the time that there was a whole other Final Fantasy game released for the SNES that we missed out on and wouldn't officially get for several years. I eventually played Final Fantasy V via the Final Fantasy Anthology collection for the PlayStation, but this was nearly 20 years ago, and I remember virtually nothing from that playthrough. It has been nagging at me for years that I should revisit this game, so I finally fired up the GBA release and replayed what was considered a missing link in the Final Fantasy series for years.

Continue reading Final Fantasy V

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