StarCraft II all cleared

In 2 days of time after 1 days of it’s release date, I had finished up StarCraft II’s campaign Mode for the Terrans. What I can say about this game is ” It’s damned great!”

The story is simple, If I was to conclude it in the most simple way, it would be like this :

meet up old friends, start helping collecting Xel’naga’s artifact, fighting dominant, team up with them , using the Xel’naga’s artifact and neutralized the Zerg Virus on his girlfriend. The End

For more information please visit Wikipedia.

Haha. I admit that I’m bad at writing up stuff. The game play experience is also very great. You can choose between Casual, Normal, Hard , or Brutal Mode to play the game. You can play whatever mode and change mode even in the middle of the story. I had cleared the normal mode. I had tried Hard mode on the last mission and it was really ….. HARD… Hell I can never beat the hard mode for the last Mission… Can’t imagine how it was in Brutal mode…

Besides that, There are few scenes in the story kinda amusing. such as this:

Don’t shoot at Screen…. <– The main character had get angry and shoot at the screen once… LOL

They are creative enough to make a shooting game for you to play at if you are getting bored at the missions.

Hoho! iMac, iPhone, iPod, and iPistol at the future?

Well. Really had fun playing the game and I think StarCraft 2 is really the game you must play in your lifetime.

University 1st year spring semester ended

My University (Tokai University) had ended the spring semester. I’m now on Holiday mood and had been to Firework Festival, All cleared Star Craft II, and had met up old friends at Tokyo already.

After 4 months of study in my University, I’m can’t say that I’m totally get used to it yet but I already had the ideas of how my University do things. Result this semester is not really as I wished it to be. Gonna work hard at the next semester.

I didn’t planned well in financial for the past half-year… Been using money at place where I shouldn’t and got myself into trouble few times. Hadn’t been living well with fixed time to sleep and fixed time to wake up.

I can conclude my 1st semester in my University is kinda bad and was deeply regret it. From now on I will be better me and try to archive what I really want to.

 

A Postcard to High School Principle Chung Ling Butterworth

At today’s Beginner Seminar class, every one of us had been asked to write a postcard to send back to teacher/principle of our own High School. The teacher asked us to choose teacher which had taken good care of you. I personally can’t think of one(sorry…) and so chosen my principle.

Hope I didn’t get the address wrong(or rather I did hope it wrong and never reached him ^^ LOL)

Thinking back of my high school life, it was really fun everyday although there aren’t any Sailor Uniform with short skirts to looked at everyday. Maybe because of I’m older than my current University’s friends, I often think their way of thinking and action are kinda childish sometimes. They doesn’t even speak proper Japanese sometimes which annoyed me the most… I did rather talk with some working men/woman since they will speak more politely and using nice Japanese language.

The contents…. Sorry if there is any mistakes in my English.

These photos are from the new iPhone 4. Guess this is the first time I’m using photos from the iPhone 4 seeing it had already been 2 weeks since I got it in my hand. Just noticed that the iPhone 4 can really take photos in 2592 x 1936 resolution. And the quality is also superb and really detailed.

Example photos from iPhone 4’s 5.0 MegaPixel Camera. Click on it to look at the actual sizes of the photos.

Japan Scenes 1 A train so empty

Few weeks ago when I’m departing to the Harmonica Camp at Saitama, I went through some area where there is very few people.

This is the first time I’m in a train so empty which seemed that the whole carnage is mine. ^^

This is during 1.30 p.m. Should be the time where everyone start going out but it’s very empty here.

If this is Malaysia, I would sleep on the seat now. LOL.

Planned to start this “Japan Scene” series to show you all scenes from all over Japan. For that I’ll be staying at Japan for University for the coming 4 years or more I’m sure I can blog more on this Category. ^^

K-ON! After School Live!! PSP Game

With Project Diva Hatsune Miku getting so successful, SEGA is bringing us another new game featured all our Favourite K-ON member’s band life!

The playing system is almost the same with Project Diva, but without the note flying out from unexpected points. ^^ We will have members of K-ON club playing their guitars/keyboard/drum at the background.

You can also play multiplayer mode up to 5 friends using the ad-hoc mode. Each player will play different music notes from Yui, Mio, Azusa, Tsumugi or Ritsu. ^^ Can’t wait to get this game for myself too.

The game K-ON! After School Live!! is scheduled to be release at 30 September 2010 and the price will be 6,090 Yen.

Tokyo CGM Night 8

Last friday I had went to the famous Japan Pop Cultures blogger, a.k.a Danny Choo event named “CGM Night”. This is the 8th time of the CGM Night and I had joined 3 before. You can check out of my previous entry of the CGM Night here:

  1. Tokyo CGM Night 7
  2. Tokyo CGM Night 6
  3. Tokyo CGM Night 5

All the people that night. It’s really hard to fit all people in this small hall.

As usual the CGM Night is a gathering of famous blogger’s which have great interest in Japan’s pop cultures(anime, games, figures, dollfie…). The word CGM stand for “Consumer Generated Media”, which meant media(blog posts, news, feeds, tweets..) which wrote by consumer itself. You will need to be an active blogger and own a Twitter account to join the CGM Night.

As usual, the night started by introduction speech(very short and funny) from Danny Choo himself. A simple introduction of tonight’s guest and rules and then have fun!

This is the only photo of Danny which I took clearly that night… Sorry Danny ^^”

Mr Sugiyama from Digital Hollywood Studio. Thanks for the venue that night. He looked really fit in with all the cosplayers.

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Target until year end 2010

Half year had passed by for 2010 and I had lived a good life learning things I like and watching tons of anime. But the time to change had come.

I had always read about “comfort zone” at Danny Choo’s site and I realized that I had been in my own “comfort zone” for some time already. I had got myself a scholarship which can support my daily expenses in Japan, entered University Tokai and studying IT which is my favourite study. I had bought an Electric Keyboard, a new Suzuki Sirius 14 holes and Audio Interface for music recording. You see, I had been getting my wanted list fulfilled for the past half-year.

Starting from today, I will try to get myself out of my “comfort zone” and start-up a new life myself. And so on I would like to list out my Target of the year(half-year?) my To do list and my To Get list:

Target of the Year: To live a better life with extra scholarship and have no worry for money.

To do list:

  1. Get into Top 10 in my department in my University
  2. Get the Special school fees discount from my University.
  3. Find a part-time job and earn up a saving.
  4. Uploading more pieces of music to YouTube and Nico Video site.
  5. Learning from Harmonica World Champion, Mr. Yasuo Watani once per month.

To get lists:

  1. iPhone 4
  2. Mac Book pro 15 inch with i5 processor

iPhone 4 anyone?

This post might be a bit boring for my readers but I hopes you all can get some inspiration from it. Do you think you are living in your “comfort zone” now? What do you wanna archive in the future?

Project Diva Arcade

Last sunday I went to Akihabara to try out the new Project Diva Arcade ~Hatsune Miku~.

This is the arcade machine.

It was still not officially out yet, but they have some campaign called “Test Location”… Don’t really know what location they wanna test but it’s fine as long as we get to play it ^^

Got the famous song, Melt from ryo too.^^

Project Diva start off with PSP game, after 2 years of time, Konami comes up with something new, which is the Project Diva Arcade. Since It have the word Arcade think you know what it meant. It’s an Arcade Machine, Not playing it in PSP anymore.

The card~~

Bought this memory card for 300 Yen(RM 10?!) to keep recording of your points, unlocking custome etcs….

Back side.

It’s photos phohibited so I cannot take any photos/video of it. Instead, I’ll be showing you all the videos from Youtube. I’m not sure who recorded them but who cares. ^^

Original promotion video.

Some random gameplay video. (Great Quality)

As some of you might have noticed, the PSP version is kinda easy. It’s all one note system. But in this Arcade Machine, It sometimes have more than 2 notes at the screen which require you to press the two button at the same time. Besides that, There is also the “Hold” note which you can gain bonus if you keep holding on the note while tapping other note with your other hand/fingers.

^^ Gonna go try it out this sunday again with friend.

First outdoor activities with Japanese.

Today is my first time going out with my Japanese friends from my current University, Tokai University. Heard about their planning few days ago when I having lunch together with them at Canteen.

Since today is public holiday, they planned to go out to 町田 (Machida, quite a town compared to my current place) for some fun. Depart at 10.00 and reached there around 10.40. Seemed that I’m the 2nd reaching there. Was suppose to gather at 11.00 a.m. Then we head out to the Bowling center named “Round One”

The floor navigation guide at the Bowling Center.

This is my first outing with Japanese friends, and also my first bowling experience. Never played this Money-consuming sports before back in Malaysia.

The photos of my friends playing Mario Kart 2 while waiting for register.

At there! One interest machine I found out is the Shoes-lending machine. Most of you might know that you need to change into bowling shoes when playing it. Again Japan had surprised me. They have the shoes-lending machine.

Just push the green button and Shoes will drop out. My size is 27.0 cm.

Ok, Skip over the shoes things. The bowling field in Japan is smaller than what you see in Malaysia. I still remember in Pacific (or what you called Megamall Penang), the bowling field have around 40+ bowling track. In this Round One center, I only saw around 10 bowling tracks. But it have few floors of bowling fields. I think that summed up to be around 40+ too ^^

A peek at the bowling field.

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Suzuki Sirius Get!!

Hehe. Just from what you saw in my MSN status few days ago, I finally got myself my dream harmonica, Suzuki Sirius 14 holes. ^^

Just as some of you had already know, I had said that I will definitely buy this harmonica when I’m getting some extra money. At last friday, I finally got my scholarship money banked in for me. ^^ Can’t tell you how much due to personal reason.

Bought at Taniguchi Musical Instrument shop.

I had write a post about Suzuki’s new Sirius and Gregorie Maret last time here and I did mentioned that I liked the new Sirius very much. The reason is simple, It have silver plated mouthpiece, responsive and the tone of the harmonica is really great.

Taking it out from the box.

The hard cover of the box is really beautiful too. And the shop had asked me to write the Ownership slip by Suzuki, which proved that you had owned this harmonica. ^^ And they will contact you whenever Suzuki got new workshop or some gathering. Maybe I will meet up with Ootaka-san which came to Malaysia few years ago. Hehe.

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