Contra 4 for Nintendo DS: A Review

The Contra game series has seen its ups and downs. The first two games (Contra and Super C) on the NES were great, and the games for Super NES (Contra 3: The Alien Wars) and Sega Genesis (Contra: Hard Corps) were even better. But the series hit a rough patch with the release of two poorly-received games for Sony PlayStation (Contra: Legacy of War and C: The Contra Adventure). These games attempted to bring the series into 3D but were not liked by many fans. Konami brought the series back…

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4 Variables To Mind While Building Your Cbd Brand

Ever since CBD was legalized in 2018, the CBD industry has only experienced rising progress. In fact, according to market reports, the CBD market is projected to grow to a splendid 23.7 billion USD by the final quarter of 2023. No wonder, a flurry of smart entrepreneurs are looking forward to make the most of the opportunity and launch their own reputed CBD brands. Are you too planning to foray into the CBD scene with your own CBD brand? Now, that’s great, if done right, it’s going to flourish into…

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Want To Shit To Parc Esta Condo? Here’s Everything That You Need To Know

Condominiums have grown really popular in recent times. With people looking for affordable housing and accommodation, condos have become the perfect choice for their housing. Condo units are one of the ways in which you can afford living without compromising on the necessary amenities that is essential for your living in today’s time. Condos in Singapore are also really popular, considering that it is one of the most important and developing city in the South East Asian region. The Parc Esta is the new residential landmark of the city. A…

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Olympus C7070 Wide Zoom Digital Camera Review: Does it Suits you?

The Olympus Company most important digital compact cameras are the C8080 Wide Zoom and the Olympus C5060 Wide Zoom. No wonder why many professional photographer Naples FL have these cameras in their bags. The Olympus C7070 Wide Zoom was introduced, and this camera may be seemed as the continuation of the Olympus C5060. Both cameras have their own unique mode with a nice zoom range, from an accurate wide-angle to a sensible telephoto. When compared to a 35mm camera, the C7070 camera has a Wide Zoom f/2.8 – f/4.8 27-110mm…

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A proper review of some of the top-rated electric razors in the market!

The technology has undoubtedly made our lives a lot easier as it has provided us devices and machines for almost all types of tasks. From washing to shaving, everything can be done using various machines and devices, and one such highly useful devices are the electric razor. It is a razor that runs on battery and has blades on it, which is used to remove the facial hair from your face. The most significant advantage of electric razors is that you need not use any shaving foam, cream, oil, or…

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Addicted to Media Made Tragedy

I have been listening to people talking about the Casey Anthony trial. There have been numerous pages about turning on lights, or re-posting this or that. Twitter was buzzing about the verdict. I have to ask one question – why? The only answer I can find is that 24-hour news networks need something they can analyze to death. Nancy Grace has been declaring guilt in this case for years. This is the same woman that was wrong about the Duke lacrosse players. She is a sensationalist, not a journalist. Journalists…

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The Top 5 Halo: Reach Players That’ll Drive You the Most Insane If They End Up on Your Team

Playing a game of Halo: Reach online multiplayer is usually a very enjoyable experience, but if you get the wrong teammates on your team, Halo: Reach can go from fun to being a butt-curdling annoying experience and these are the top 5 players that’ll tick you off the most. Weapon Hogs If you’re a seasoned Halo: Reach player, you’ll know that as soon as a new game starts, the first thing everyone does is rush to nab the most powerful weapons and secure the best possible game map locations. Having…

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Three Movies You May Have Missed

Bartleby This independent film is a modern adaptation of Herman Melville’s short story, “Bartleby, the Scrivener.” Though written in the 19th century, Melville’s story has a 20th century flair, exploring the themes of human isolation and alienation in the workplace. Consequently, it translates well into the modern office setting, though one might wonder how a full-length film could be made from a short story such as this. The filmmakers, however, succeeded rather well. The movie is unusual, often interesting, and occasionally quite funny. Though hardly a masterpiece, it is a…

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Cincinnati’s School of Creative and Performing Arts – A Melting Pot of Creative Talent

If you walk the halls of Cincinnati Ohio’s School of Creative and Performing Art’s, you’ll likely hear someone practicing the harp, some rifts of jazz piano,and a vocalist practicing her scales. You may even bump into a dancer running ‘en pointe’ to her next class or encounter painters adding colors to props for the school’s next theatrical production. Just another day at SCPA… Though divorce and difficult circumstances brought my children and I from Chicago to Cincinnati, it has been the opportunity to have three of my four children attend…

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The Sims 3

As an avid user of the original Sims game and Sims 2 I was looking forward to the 3rd installment of the franchise. After months of looking at videos and screenshots, the game finally came out on the June the 2nd, I got the game and installed it straight away on my computer. The game is available simultaneously for the PC and for the Mac, this is for the first time ever that this happened. Installing Installing the game is pretty easy and standard. I missed the games that you…

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