Abacus 24-7 – Your Number One Source for Discount Hardware


Abacus 24-7 is an online retail company which variety of name brand products and hardware. The company enter the online computer supply retail world in 1999. They mission is to provide the best highest quality products for customers with testing and research. You can find Printer Ink & Toner from Dell, Canon (which I own), Epson, Hewlett Packard (HP), Brother, Lexmark and more. You need something for mobile phone will there Wall Mounts, Memory Card and Cases. There is cables and adapters for your computer such as DVI, Network, USB, Apple Cables, HDMI and more. Speaking of computers they have Laptops and Notebooks from Dell, Lenovo and Western Digital. You need a GPS to get where you are going Abacus has them such as Mio, TomTom, Garmin, Magellan and more. Tablets from Acer, Amazon, Google, BlackBerry, Sony, Samsung, Toshiba, Microsoft and more. MP3 Players are also available I don’t anybody use MP3 player anymore from SanDisk, Philips, Rio and etc. For my gamers out there Abacus has Xbox, PlayStation, Wii, GameCube, Plug-n-Play consoles and more. For Photographers there are Cameras or Camcorders from Panasonic, Polaroid, Fujifilm, Insignia and more. There is Cash Registers & Terminal for your business from IBM, Sharp, Royal and etc. If you have cables & adapters then you have to a Computer Monitor, Abacus has brands like LG, ViewSonic, HP, AUS and more.

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Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge OVA – Take Over Makai Anime Review


Based on Capcom’s fighting game franchise Darkstalkers comes a four-episode OVA by Madhouse Studios. Madhouse is known for animating Death Note, One-Punch Man, Black Lagoon, Hunter X Hunter 2011 and Black Lagoon also directed by Masashi Ikeda. The plot of the OVA is the same as the game as title it question. There is a war between two families the Maximoffs and Aenslands which a vampire named Demitri and a succubus named Morrigan is affiliated with. The battle between them is for control over the demon world (Makai). While an alien entity named Pyron who has a past history and hatred for Earth wants to take it over with his Huitzil robots. A dhampir (half human/half vampire) monk named Donovan who wants to get rid of the cursed blood which he has inside while being company by a young orphan girl named Anita. Moving away from the plot, let’s talk about the game.


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Indies of the Week #7 -ColorFul


Welcome to another Indies of the Week #7, today’s theme is colorful, indie games that have color graphic and artistic styles. With further ado let’s get on with it.

4. Cosmic Express –  Cosmic Engineers


This is a cute indie game which you can construct train tack in space. You can choose different color schemes and  guaranteed to give you hours of frustrating fun across hundreds of levels (which the developers stated).  You control cute little aliens and colorful environments. If you want a cute  puzzle game this is for you. Cosmic Express is available now on Steam also visit the website for more info. Note: this game won awards for IMGA Global 2017, IndiePlus 2017, Indie Megabooth GDC 2017 and Google Play Indie Corner PAX 2016.

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Strategy Guides Vs Online Walkthroughs – Which Is Easier?


Do you remember trying to be a game that’s really hard to beat or getting 100% completion of a game while getting all the stars, coins and etc? Well in the early 1980s -2000s game developers tend to reach out to the players by releasing Strategy Guide books to help complete the game. While Strategy Guide books provide hints, ticks and guide you through the game without reading game manual that comes with the cartridge and disc. While video games was much harder back in the day doing the NES -PlayStation 1 era and was pain to beat as a kid. Nowadays video games became much easier and hand your hand every step of the way. Check out FineBros video on Punch-Out and see today’s kids play game in the 80s-90s. Also there are game magazines that provide tips and tricks too just like Nintendo Power (where you can call developers or send fan mail to Nintendo). As for myself I remember playing Final Fantasy 7 and Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time I had a hard time with that game with no Strategy Guide it was a pain. Another example is doing Fatalities on Mortal Kombat I had to look on the internet (AOL dial-up) or ask a classmate on how to do it. Now I am older and technology is growing I can get tips and trick off online now.


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The Disney Afternoon Collection – 90s Kid Nostalgia


If you have not heard Capcom just release a trailer of The Disney Afternoon Collection which features 6 classic game from the NES era such as Chip ’n Dale Rescue RangersDarkwing Duck, Duck Tales, Talespin and more. Fun fact Doug Walker (Nostalgia Critic) did a video on it as well give it watch.  There is some games missing from the collection such as Goof Troop (Capcom), Bonkers (Sega, Capcom), Gargoyles (Buena Vista Interactive) and  Mighty Ducks (Tiger Electronics). As for myself the only show I ever watch was Chip and Dale, Darkwing Duck, Goof Troop and Duck Tales. I ever those opening it’s a breathe of fresh air not there are gone what does the nest generation will look at on Disney. There are other show I have not mention such as Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Aladdin, The Lion King’s Timon and Pumbaa and more. 


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Indies of the Week #6 – Adventure


Sorry for last Sunday because I have to work overtime and spend my birthday week (March 8) with my family. Welcome to indies of the week and today’s theme is adventure, a hero or heroine is on a mission to accomplish a goals. These indies can be comical or scary you choose what is your preference. Without further ado let’s get right to it.

5. Grave Chase – Skeleton Crew Studios


This is a horror action-adventure indie from the creators of Abobo’s Big Adventure and Bionic Chainsaw Pogo Gorilla.  You play as two siblings who must survive the month October in a graveyard with the undead and a murderess groundkeeper. This game reminds me of Zombies at my Neighbors with a retro feel with 2D pixel art. There are four game modes, 31 levels, gamepad support and special powerups for the main characters. You can also build monsters using body parts you collect and there are two option run or die. If you want a horror adventure game support the developers it’s has relay value and 50 achievement medals if you are completionist.


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