Thursday, 2 February 2012
The Internet Download Manager (IDM) 6.08 has released and it is a really good news So here is the Tutorial and Download Link to the Crack of IDM 6.08 and keygen in it.
Adobe Photoshop CS5 Portable
Adobe Photoshop Extended has all the features of Photoshop, offering advanced functionality and opening new ways of working with digital images, three-dimensional objects and animation. Provides a full range of data on processed materials.
Adobe Photoshop Extended - a solution for multimedia designers, working in different industries: film and video, architecture, engineering, industry, medicine or science. Adobe Photoshop allows you to work with a variety of 3D-content, multi-layered images and images with high dynamic range (HDR) at the professional level, receiving the output of high quality printing materials.
aka Kurôzu zero
Release Date: 1October 2007 (South Korea)
Genre: Action | Thriller
Cast: Shun Oguri, Kyôsuke Yabe and Meisa Kuroki
Quality: BDRip 720p
A punk's gotta do what a punk's gotta do in "Crows: Episode 0," the third picture by prolific Japanese maverick Takashi Miike to hit the fest circuit in as many months, following "Like a Dragon" and "Sukiyaki Western Django."Recalling any number of brawling student pics from Asia - and playing sometimes like a serious version of the South Korean "Conduct Zero" (2002) - this prequel to a planned adaptation of the manga by Hiroshi Takahashi, which sold more than 32 million copies in Japan, opens locally Oct. 27. In the West, "Crows" should raise a ruckus as a culty DVD title.
Tuesday, 10 January 2012
A third-person tactical shooter from Epic, running on the Unreal Engine 3. Gears of War thrusts gamers into a deep and harrowing story of humankind’s epic battle for survival against the Locust Horde, a nightmarish race of creatures that surface from the bowels of the planet.
Sunday, 8 January 2012
Thursday, 5 January 2012
Stranglehold is John Woo's first foray into videogames. Whether Woo was intimately involved in guiding Stranglehold or more of a watchful father, his influence can be felt in every frame. Midway has managed to capture the essence of a Woo film in some ways more than Woo has over the past decade. You get everything a fan could ask for: excessive gunplay, heavily-stylized cinematic moments, melodrama, slow-motion dives, dual-fisted pistols, and, of course, doves aplenty. Some have called Woo's films a beautiful ballet of violence. Stranglehold is less ballet and more a mosh pit of bullets.