Archive for the video game Category

>Sony MDR-7506

Posted in Bass Down Low, dj, earth, editing, God, habitual melodies, los angeles, mixing, music recording, party, replacement pads, Sony MDR 7506, sound, video game on May 18, 2011 by habitualmelodies

>I’ve had this particular set of headphones for about 9 years now and it is the best fucking pair of headphones I have ever used.  Yes, I’m sure they’re better headphones out there but for $90 you’re wasting your money if you buy something else.

Mixing, editing, DJing, loaning, dropping, storing, creating and best of all recording music over the years has worn out the Ear Pads.  Fortunately, Sony offers replacement pads.

Here is my 4-step picture process of the Replacement Pads on the Sony MDR-7506.

Here is link where I bought the Replacement Pads through Amazon: CLICK HERE! (The-G-Spot)


>Face Raiders on 3DS keeps me entertained with a six pack!

Posted in 3DS, beer, candy, chug, face raiders, fun, goomba, jack daniels, Mikous, nintendo, oprah, panda, shooter, video game on May 16, 2011 by habitualmelodies


Face Raiders!! It comes pre-installed with the Nintendo 3DS. An intro level game that helps you get familiar with the new technology. It uses the environment around you as the in background setting of the game. So don’t try playing this on the toilet!

The face doesn’t have to be human. In fact I only have two human faces collected so far. My dog (Jack Daniels) and a variety of objects have become the focus for me. My Goomba becomes my new target:

The simple pleasures of gaming are what this game is all about. Aim and shoot! Now with 3D technology, your pivoting your body and turning around in place to kill the hoard of faces! Here’s just two:

Blasting faces has a certain entertainment value that I love. The interaction isn’t limited to just gameplay. The option to view the expressions of each face is available. Check out the option:

So many faces, so little time. I’ve also noticed that everytime I play, I open up another opening sequence video with all of the faces I’ve collected. Check out a few that I’ve opened up:

Don’t forget to look around the room and use photos of friends, objects, characters, animals or whatever you find. It’s panda time!

>Ol’ Slick Willy the Video Game! Clinton that is…

Posted in America, bill clinton, black and white, clinton, coloring book, france, french, friday, fucker, habitual melodies, horny, Mikous, President, puppet, sex, tmnt, video game on May 13, 2011 by habitualmelodies


The French seem to have hit the nail on the head with this video. Bill Clinton will always be remembered… as a President… with needs…

>Super Street Fighter 4 for the 3DS ….and a few beers.

Posted in akuma, beer, chug, fightig game, habitual melodies, haduken, ken, m. bison, Mikous, nintendo 3ds, ryu, street pass, super street fighter 4, video game on May 11, 2011 by habitualmelodies


Its Super Street Fighter 4 in 3D. Its a winning combo on the 3DS with many options to explore and battles to be fought.
Button mashing will get you throught the easier difficulty settings, but will leave you behind if you choose to play against most online opponents. The touch pad makes good use of 4 moves,: 2 special attacks and 2 super combos. Kinda felt a lil lazy at first, but when I started incorporating them into my own move list I could see the potential.

A few more rounds of liquid gold, then some more fighting… back to the brew….. changed fighters.. explored some options.. got lost in the figures section for spot pass… beer me!… kept on fighting and lastly…

If you have a 3DS, you have this game. A solid launch title and adds to the Street Fighter experience in a few ways. Don’t forget to activate street pass! What a great feeling it is to have to beat an opponent just by walking by them!

>What if it was on the NES first?

Posted in classic, Duke Nukem, God of War, Guitar Hero, Mikous, NES, nintendo, Resident Evil, Sega, Sonic the Hedgehog, video game on April 23, 2011 by habitualmelodies


I’d like to think of the NES as the best system ever because of all that it has given to us during its lifetime and the new life that has been blown into it today. With the said, what if a few of the classics arrived a little earlier than expected? Would we have more of that game or would it have made it in the market at all? Click on the pic and read what I thought about a few games I picked.

>NES Jaws Remix

Posted in Jaws, movie short, NES, nintendo, remix, shark, the revenge, video game on April 22, 2011 by habitualmelodies


The game was based on the 4th Jaws movie. I had way too much fun putting the two together with a few effects… enjoy!

>Paint it red!

Posted in blood, Five Finger Death Punch, gore, Jim Cummings, Lamb of God, Mastadon, Playstation 3, Splatterhouse, video game, violence on April 20, 2011 by habitualmelodies



It’s time to paint the house RED! Splatterhouse on Playstation 3 follows the core of the original three games in modern fashion.

The first three were 16-bit with a limited 2D area to move in, while the new installment in 3D with the occasional 2D environment. It definitely adds to the experience and if you haven’t played before, you will get a good idea of what everyone was playing in 1988.

The storyline and objectives have evolved a bit. Our hero, Rick, doesn’t really die. He can syphon blood from surrounding bodies and restore his own limbs if necessary. If he reaches zero, then a simple restart from the last checkpoint will occur. Berserker mode (crazy strong attacks), video cut scenes, dialogue the entire game, a survival challenge mode, Splatter Kills ( micro games to finish off your enemy), an Upgrade Selection Menu and collecting sexy photo pieces of your girlfriend each level have all become part of the Splatterhouse experience.

That’s a lot of improvement considering the game was basically a hack and slash in prior games with little to depth. It seems pretty typical of games over a decade old to show their age if not properly handled during the whole process. I did read about the game getting cut at one point, worked on, then put back in the original team’s hands. That would explain why I found a few bugs and glitches. I reset the game once during the 10th chapter because I would advance to the next gauntlet and when I crossed the threshold, the next part was MIA and he would just fall off the screen. That was the biggest problem I came across.

The soundtrack is a perfect fit for the brutal violence on screen. Lamb of God, Five Finger Death Punch and Mastadon are all part of the original score. Also, Jim Cummings voices the Terror Mask the whole game. To me personally, it’s awesome to hear the voice of many childhood characters, especially Leatherhead from TMNT, cuss up somethin’ fierce!

Graphically a sea of red. It can be overwhelming at times but it was very intentional. Objects of importance light up white, hidden erotic pictures are white and even tho Rick can get covered in blood, he mainly stays white on screen so you probably won’t loose him!

From start to finish it was approximately 8-9 hours of storyline on normal setting. I would recommend renting or borrowing it. Any collectors out there, I would give it a few months and grab it on sale. It doesn’t matter if your swinging for the fences with a baseball bat or a limb that has been violently severed from an enemy’s body, there will be blood!