RF Generation.  The Classic and Modern Gaming Databases.RF Generation.  The Classic and Modern Gaming Databases.




Posted on Nov 15th 2018 at 01:49:07 AM by (thietkenha)
Posted under giay dan tuong, noi that

Wallpaper has returned. Avoid any notions of stodgy, it's-easier-than-painting design in the days when TV left a tube %u2014 because of the new colors and patterns, wallpaper is back from the 1950s and accepting new roles to boost people's homes.

"Today's wallpaper choices are more high-end than in the past, and therefore, wall coverings are even handier," said Jane Morris, person who owns The Truly Great Cover-Through to McEver Road. "Colors tend to be bold, prints are larger, and embossed and textured wallpapers lend themselves to new uses of them."

Interior designer Debbie Puckett often partners with Morris to bring clients' ideas and visions alive. Recently, Robin Mathis hired Puckett to redecorate the Gainesville condominium she owns with your ex husband Jim Mathis Jr.

"The design concentrates on showcasing Robin's extensive assortment of porcelain works from around the globe," Puckett said. "The colors in the Oriental, English and Netherland pieces lent themselves to some blue and white-cream palette, and then we used various shades of royal blue and navy, against an identification of creams and khakis. We combined a number of the new neutral grass cloth wall coverings to provide texture allowing the main focus to stay for the collections."

Robin Mathis' porcelains and ceramics are the familiar Delft pieces which might be a signature from the Netherlands. She owns lids, jars and pots of distinctive blue and white displayed on shelves, on walls and in bookcases.

"It's a great see," Mathis said. "You sense like you're within the Netherlands, particularly with our new decor."

The oriental pieces include large pots, and her English pieces she calls "time-tested."

"I love all of the colors, the depth of blue and white," Mathis said.

She also owns a substantial dollhouse that received a makeover.

"I've had this dollhouse for decades, and we wallpapered the inside. It's so warm and welcoming. And I Also have designed it as a present on the Smithsonian when I turn 80."

The eye to detail inside the dollhouse - a miniature home that is somehow still sprawling on its own, with custom paintings in miniature, carved furniture, wallpaper and decorated ceilings - is reflected inside the almost-4,000-square-foot condo tucked into the back of Candler Street.

"My goal was to bring every one of the d%uFFFDcor together and make our condo warm and welcoming," Mathis said. "Now it appears like a home with the textures, the colors and also the character. Every one of the elements naturally flow together."

"Condo" may suffer an inadequate term for that Mathis family's space and it is rich, wooden floors, white-washed pine ceilings, custom cream cabinetry (with drawers and storage tucked throughout the home), rolls upon rolls of varied wallpaper, sturdy brass fixtures as well as, smooth ceilings.

Both Morris and Puckett agree there's an art form to decorating with wallpaper.

"For a lesser room, say for example a powder room, it's better to paper all walls," Morris said. "Larger rooms, such as dens and master bedrooms often feature a single accent wall that's covered."

It's common to pay for a ceiling with wallpaper. Trong viec thiet ke nha thi viec trang tri tuong nha rat quan trong, giup ngoi nha tro len noi bat hon va viec trang tri giay dan tuong 3d cua cac hang nhu Nhat Ban, Han Quoc giup ton len ve lich lam cho ngoi nha cua ban.

"In design school we had been taught the ceiling will be the fifth wall of a room," Puckett said. "Especially in smaller rooms, it's very dramatic to merely paper the ceiling." tiepthiep098 @gmail.com



Posted on Nov 14th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (MetalFRO)
Posted under 1942, Shoot the Corecast, shooter, shooting game, STG, shoot em up, shmup, Capcom, WWII


Episode 005 of Shoot the Core-cast, the RF Generation Shmup Club official podcast companion, is now live and online! This time, we cover Capcom's 1942, and look at its gameplay, lineage, and historical significance. We share community thoughts about the game, and discuss its playability today, in light of its much improved sequels.

Episode 005 direct link:
http://rfgeneration.com/podcasts/shmupclub/?name=2018-11-11_shoot_the_core-cast_episode_005_1942.mp3

Check us out on iTunes!
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/shoot-the-core-cast/id1432819542?mt=2

We're on Google Play!
https://partnerdash.google.com/music/podcasts/portal/u/0#p:id=playpodcast/series&a=781627472

We're on Stitcher now, as well!
https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/shoot-the-corecast

Check out our podcast t-shirts!
https://www.redbubble.com/people/jdieckmann/works/34582606-shoot-the-core-cast-podcast?asc=u&p=t-shirt

Original 1942 discussion thread:
http://www.rfgeneration.com/forum/index.php?topic=18797.0

Many thanks to Perikles, who lent the audio for his 1942 arcade clear, for us to use as the background ambiance for this episode. Check out his many great shoot-em-up clears at his YouTube Channel, Perikles STG:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS7wF9rD2H9nsU-MX68iuNg



Posted on Nov 10th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (MetalFRO)
Posted under Nemesis, Game Boy Guru,game review,Konami,shooter,shootemup,shoot em up,shooting game,STG


Konami was a prolific publisher, during the early days of the Game Boy, and the prowess they brought to the Famicom and NES translated well to the diminutive monochrome handheld. Aside from a minor misstep in the first portable outing with The Castlevania Adventure, Konami struck gold with most of their titles, including this one, the Game Boy exclusive shoot-em-up, Nemesis. They took the formula they established in the Gradius arcade and Famicom/NES games, and suitably shrunk it down to the Game Boy, but with some new areas, enemies, and elements at work. It makes for a unique and interesting diversion from the core series, and is a worthwhile game in its own right. It's certainly an impressive game for Nintendo's little, portable "box that could."



Posted on Nov 9th 2018 at 04:24:21 AM by (mwmin)
Posted under internet game, online game

 You don't have to possess PUBG or have a functioning Xbox Live Gold membership to enter the fight royale this end of the week. Microsoft's Free Play Days For All weekend is live right now through Sunday, November 11, and everybody with a Xbox One can partake in online multiplayer with no membership required. To really sweeten the deal, PUBG and PES 2019 are both allowed to download and play amid the occasion.

In case you're a Fortnite fan, you ought to likewise get a kick out of attempting the fight royale games that enlivened it. PUBG is a more precise shooter with huge amounts of weapon and rigging customization as opposed to building, yet a portion of your aptitudes still should exchange over. In the mean time, PES 2019 is a solid footballing option in contrast to FIFA 2019 for fans who are searching for greater legitimacy on the pitch.

The two game are free temporarily; on the off chance that you need to continue playing after the end of the week closes, you'll need to buy them as ordinary. Be that as it may, you ought to have the capacity to hold whatever advancement you made amid the free end of the week, in the event that it works like essentially every other free preliminary thing Xbox offers.

In case you're searching for some more recreations to appreciate while the online multiplayer is free and plenteous, look no more remote than our rundown of the best internet games. The greater part of them are playable on Xbox One X, and they may very well be fun enough to persuade you to agree to accept a membership once the free end of the week closes. In the event that you do, ensure you counsel our manual for the best costs on Xbox Live Gold year memberships.



Posted on Nov 6th 2018 at 01:18:59 PM by (ErbBetaPatched)
Posted under Jak 3, Playstation 2, review, PS2



It's here! Time to dive into Jak 3! Thanks to the evolution of this review I now know how I'm going to be handling Perfect Sequels videos in the future. I expected this review to be a lot shorter, and thus expected to be finished with it sooner. Most of the gameplay would have been covered by the last video, so all I would have to do to review Jak 3 would be to cover the new stuff, give a short story description and then call it a day, right? After seeing that my original take on the story was incorrect, I soon realized that a short review wouldn't cut it.



Continue reading Perfect Sequels: Jak 3 l Review The PS2



Posted on Nov 6th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (Addicted)
Posted under Power Plus, Hidden Gems


Power supplies for consoles come in all shapes and sizes and anyone who games on retro consoles can tell you horror stories of trying to find the right one. Thanks to third parties it is easier than ever to find the right adapter. Today we will be looking at a versatile AC adapter manufactured by Power Plus that can be modified to support a large number of consoles.


Continue reading Rise from your Grave: Powering old consoles with Power Plus



Posted on Nov 4th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (zophar53)
Posted under Tetris Effect, Tetris, preview, demo

Tetris Effect turns everyone's favorite puzzle game into an audio/visual feast

While everyone is losing their minds over the latest AAA game from Rockstar Games, Red Dead Redemption 2 (which I hope to play someday, once I get around to playing its predecessor), I'm playing something that couldn't be more different.

If you ask 100 people what the best game of all time is, you'll get at least 30 different answers. But while a "best game of all time" debate could go on forever, I would argue that Tetris is the answer that, while not everyone would choose, almost no one would think that answer to be crazy. It's been ported to every device capable of running it, and I'd bet money 90% of the civilized world has at least heard of it, even if they haven't played it personally. Tetris Effect is a new take on a tried-and-true formula. How does it stack up (pun absolutely intended)? Let's find out.


Continue reading Preview: Tetris Effect



Posted on Nov 2nd 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (Crabmaster2000)
Posted under Mega Man 11, Capcom, Platforming, Rush, Wily, Light, Roll, Master Robots, Buster



As someone who's grown up with and lived and breathed Mega Man since the age of about five, I was particularly excited for Mega Man 11 to come out this year. I have a friend who has gone through every mainline and X series Mega Man game with me, so we cleared our first Saturday morning after it's release to dive into the game. Fast forward to one week later and I've done all there is to do in Mega Man 11: beaten it on each difficulty, unlocked every upgrade, gold medaled every challenge, and obtained every stamp in the record menu. So where does 11 fall on the Mega Man spectrum for me?


Continue reading Mega Man 11



Posted on Oct 31st 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (Disposed Hero)
Posted under Review, Silent Hill, Konami, Survival horror


While I have always been a huge fan of the survival horror genre, when it comes to the Silent Hill series, I have generally played it safe and stuck to the first three titles which are almost unanimously praised. Although many of the later Silent Hill games are almost universally disliked by fans, the fourth entry is probably the most divisive title in the series, with a seemingly equal number of people who either love or hate the game. After playing it for myself, it is easy to see why opinions are so mixed, as I too had a sort of love/hate relationship with it. Good or bad, it is definitely one of the most interesting games I have played in a long time.

** Note: Due to the nature of the game, it is impossible to discuss all pertinent gameplay mechanics without giving away some mid-game spoilers, although I will try to keep things as vague as possible. **


Continue reading Silent Hill 4: The Room



Posted on Oct 29th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (SirPsycho)
Posted under RPG, horror, pc, vampires, halloween


The World of Darkness is a trio of settings for supernatural and horror tabletop role playing games. It was originally developed as the background setting for the original 1991 release of Vampire: The Masquerade. The series gained some popularity in tabletop circles as an alternative to a rather scant selection between an adaptation of H. P. Lovecraft's Call of Cthulhu and the Ravenloft setting of Dungeons and Dragons. While Ravenloft is medieval and Call of Cthulhu is set in the 1920's, the World of Darkness is mostly our own modern world with plenty of supernatural details added into the recipe, with some spinoffs set in various historical eras.

Vampire: The Masquerade is the most popular game set in the World of Darkness, but some other popular releases include Hunter: The Reckoning, Mage: The Ascension, and Werewolf: The Apocalypse. The naming convention becomes easy to identify quite quickly. Multiple video games have been released in the World of Darkness, including three focused on Vampire: The Masquerade. The first one was an action RPG developed by Nihilistic Software and released in 2000 called Vampire: The Masquerade - Redemption. This game was a modest success, enough to greenlight a sequel. Troika Games developed this sequel, called Bloodlines, with Activision publishing both Redemption and Bloodlines, both exclusive to PC.


Continue reading Spooky Plays: Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines



Posted on Oct 27th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (ErbBetaPatched)
Posted under playstation 2, jak and daxter, jak 2, grand theft auto 3


I started working on this video about 11 months ago, and by working, I just mean I got the idea for the review and recorded the entire trilogy of games. I pounded out a very structured comparison between both games and hated the script and put it off until a few months ago. Since then its gone through a transformation with a new framing device that I think worked better for the review, as Jak and Daxter and Jak 2 are pretty similar games.


Continue reading Jak and Daxter vs Jak 2 l Review The PS2



Posted on Oct 25th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (NeoMagicWarrior)
Posted under Roguelike, PC, Steam, Card


Join me for the sad experience that is Neo's "A Brief Look At" series!

This month, we check out Slay the Spire, a card driven Roguelike with deck building elements!

Check out more of Neo, and the rest of the RFGeneration stream team at http://Twitch.tv/RFGeneration





Posted on Oct 21st 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (MetalFRO)
Posted under Shoot the Corecast, Shmup Club, shoot em up, shmup, doujin, freeware, PC gaming


Episode 04 of Shoot the Core-cast is online! MetalFRO and Addicted discuss the RF Generation Shmup Club game for September 2018; a lesser known Japanese doujin shmup called Warning Forever. This is a free to download PC game that is essentially a 25-stage boss rush. Have a listen, and see what we thought of it!
http://rfgeneration.com/p...de_04_warning_forever.mp3

ou can listen directly here on the site, or download the MP3 to listen to later:
http://www.rfgeneration.com/podcasts/shmupclub/

We're on Apple Podcasts (iTunes):
https://itunes.apple.com/...re-cast/id1432819542?mt=2

And we're also on Google Play!
https://partnerdash.googl...ied%253D1&a=781627472

We're now on Stitcher podcasts, as well!
https://www.stitcher.com/...odcast/shoot-the-corecast

Thanks so much for listening, and don't forget to subscribe on your favorite service!



Posted on Oct 19th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (GrayGhost81)
Posted under review, comics, batman


I have been a Batman fan since I begged my parents to take me to Tim Burton's 1989 film for my eighth birthday. As we all know, that movie once again made the caped crusader a household name perhaps for the first time since the campy 1960's television series. While I've been a comic book collector up until very recently, I was always a bit of a poser when it came to comics in that I owned many, but actually read very few. I gave away all of my comics before I left New Jersey, but recently playing through Batman: A Telltale Series with the community lit a spark that has led me down quite the Batman rabbit hole. Let's take a look at the second installment of Telltale's Batman series as well as a few of the graphic novels and trade paperbacks I've checked out recently.


Continue reading The Neverending Batman Rabbit Hole



Posted on Oct 17th 2018 at 08:00:00 AM by (bombatomba)
Posted under Pure Nostalgia, Silent Hill, SH, Akira Yamaoka


The last three years of the twentieth century was kind of a whirlwind time for me.  I had met (and proposed) to the woman I would marry; I went through a total of three jobs, only staying at the last one, and then only because of the weekly pay and benefits (factory rats, can I get a witness?); and finally, I went through a mad transition from Nintendo fanboy to (officially) unaffiliated, but mainly playing games on the Sony PlayStation.  But let's just hone in on the beginning of 1999, just for this article, and enjoy a little Pure Nostalgia.

Pure Nostalgia isn't about spoilers per se, but there are more than likely light spoilers within. Please be advised and read responsibly


Continue reading Pure Nostalgia - Silent Hill


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
Blog Navigation
Browse Bloggers | My Blog
We are a community of collectors, gamers and the likes, and some of us enjoy to let the world know what is on our mind. For those members, we have the community blogs, a place where they can publish their thoughts and feelings regarding life, universe, and everything. Some of those members might even choose to write about gaming and collecting! Whatever they write about, you can find it on their blog. You can either see the latest community blog entries in the feed you see to the left, or you can browse for your favorite blog using the menu above. Interested in having your own blog hosted on RF Generation? It's rather simple, first be a registered member, and then click the "My Blog" link that you see in the navigation above. Following those two steps will certainly get you on your way to blogging.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy our entries, rantings, and completely unrelated series of thoughts. We write for you to read, so we certainly hope that you enjoy our material.
Hot Community Entries
Hot RFG Blog Entries
Site content Copyright © rfgeneration.com unless otherwise noted. Oh, and keep it on channel three.