Entries Tagged as 'PC'

Game Key Revealer

ssgkr-medium.jpeg Game Key Revealer is just like its brethren, SoftKey Revealer except it’s for games for the PC. With support over 500 games, this basically allows you to keep your games handy if you’ve installed them but had forgotten where you’ve placed the media itself.
With how big drives have become, this actually isn’t that difficult to do. But in case you need to just dump all your serials and keys into a file, Game Key Revealer can do that. For Windows only.

Movie Review: Hitman

Hitman (Unrated Edition) was a great movie. The music was peppy, and the entire movie was very action packed.
There is some nudity and sexual (and other mature) content so be wary if you’re looking to rent or buy this and watch it with your child even though I know that the game itself was mature rated to begin with. Hey, have to disclaimer since some people do actually take their children to these movies.
Agent 47 (Olyphant) was amazing in the role and the only thing that I probably would have changed would have been having had a bit more tall and lanky body build since the assassins in the games were very much so. Also, the games themselves were very much more about stealth kills whereas the movie was more about total gun play action.
Critics didn’t like this movie, but for an action fan, I thought it moved quickly and never paused until the end. That in itself, made it very much worthwhile.

Final Fantasy XI: Wings of the Goddess


Square-Enix has released a new expansion pack with the MMORPG Final Fantasy XI with Wings of the Goddess. This has been released for both XBOX 360 and PC and provides a brand new world of Vana’diel along with new maneuvers, along with epic battles and and inhabitants of the new area.
What’s interesting about this game is that it’s the only one in the world that is a triple platform, between PC, Sony PS2, and Xbox 360. With half a million players, and more than 1.7 million character profiles, you can’t go wrong. On top of that, this is a FF game so you’re pretty much guaranteed the same quality music, storyline, and beautiful character designs as with any of the usual Square-Enix Final Fantasy line-up.