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This is just one of Cypress Hills reggae slash rap album. It's also their first. This album was released August 13, 1991 and recorded between 1990 and 1991. Labeled by Ruffhouse, Columbia, and SME Records. DJ Muggs produced the whole album. This album had a couple of singles. "How I Could Just Kill A Man" "The Phuncky Feel One" "Hand on The Pump" and "Latin Lingo". All written by B Real, Sen Dog, and DJ Muggs. In 1992, the album reached #31 on Billboard 200. #4 on Top R&B/HipHop albums. And #5 on Top Heatseekers. In 1991, "Stoned is The Way Of The Walk" got #1 on Hot R&B/HipHop Singles & Tracks. In 1992, "The Phuncky Feel One" and "How I Could Just Kill A Man" got #1 on Hot Rap Singles. The album has 16 tracks. My favorite track would be "How I Could Just Kill A Man". Overall, this album got great reviews and considered one of the greatest Hip Hop albums of all time. I personally think their future albums are better. I give it a 6 out of 10!
The Ipad 2 is basically a mini computer. The 16GB is priced at $400 dollars and comes in black and white and come with a wall dock charger. With a huge 9.7 inch screen and the weight of 600 grams (1.33 lbs). Its has a speedy processor card with the Apple A5 chip that they put in the new IPod touch 5G. It has a 512 MB Ram of memory, making it able to run games very well. They added cameras. On the front and back. The back camera has 0.7 MP and the front has 0.5 MP making the back cameras picture better quality. The back camera also had a 5x zoom in which the front camera doesnt have any zoom. It was pre installed with IOS 4.1.1. Ig can asli run the new IOS 6 which was just released the other day. Check your mail, surf the web, take photos and videos, blare your favorite music, go on youtube, download apps right from the app store. The Ipad had some apps the IPod and IPhone can't get. You can also write notes, go on google maps (IOS 6 does not have google maps, it was replaced with Apple maps), check your calendar, write messages to other apple devices and much more. I give this item an 8 out of 10!
Ive had a iPod Touch 4th Generation for a while and I think its great. Go through apps on the app store. Listen to music right in your pocket. Take good quality photos and videos, with a camera on the front and back. With only 4 buttons. Lock, Volume, and home. It comes with a pair of Apple earphones and a dock charger. Battery life is a little bit near 8 hours. It has an awesome processor with the Apple A4 Chip, making it run faster then the original IPods and the IPhone 3G. It has a 3.5 inch screen. It weighs only 101 grams. The bad part is that 8GB is not 8GB. Its actually 6.4GB with the pre loaded stuff on it. It also crashes quite a bit. It now runs for $199 for the 8GB, and $249 for the 32GB. It comes in Black and White. Its very useful. Totally suggest this item.
Fallout 3 is a huge step up from Fallout 2 and Fallout 3. After Bethesda bought the Fallout franchise from Interplay, they decided to make it very different and much like their Elder Scrolls series. Fallout 3 is set in the year 2277, 200 years after a massive nuclear war that completely wiped out everything. You start out growing up from year 1 to 19, getting your stats the way you want it. You realize your father has left the vault 101 and no one is allowed to leave (or no one HAS ever left). They believe the world is still highly radiated to support the human life. After you bash your way through some vault guards and overtake the Overseer (which you choose to kill him or not), you will find the vault door leading to the outside. When you open the door, you see yourself seeing the outside world for the very first time. You end up learning your in Washington D.C. The setting is mostly D.C. with parts on Virginia and Maryland. (Their are add ons where you go to Lookout State Park, Maryland. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. And a simulation of the resource war against China in Anchorage, Alaska).
The game has game play very similar to The Elder Scrolls. Just in this way, you have guns. They brought back the "VATS" system where you press a button and choose what body part shoot at with a chance (%). Your S.P.E.C.I.A.L. skills help your normal skills (SPECIAL stands for Strength, Perception, Endurance, Charisma, Intelligence, Agility, and Luck). The normal skills are what you think they are. Big guns, small guns, laser guns, sneak, lock picking, etc. Doing quests, killing enemies, discover locations all gain you EXP. When you level up, you distribute skill points to your normal skills, the higher your Intelligence is the more you can distribute.
I give this game a 8 out of 10!
Skyrim is hands down one of the greatest RPG games I've ever played. Compared to Oblivion. It has a huge world map. Skills to level up. Character to build (which changes the story depends on what race you are). More magic. More weapons and armor. The graphics are surprisingly good speaking on how big it is. And your the Dragonborn, so you can use dragon shouts to blow away your opponent. You get to choose perks to level just one skill up making it stronger or a new ability. You are now able to sprint, you couldn't do that in Oblivion. Endless quests to complete (or it seems like). If you like traveling and exploring areas, and If you liked Oblivion or Fallout, You will defiantly like this. You will see why the last three Elder Scroll games got Game of the Year. I give it a nine out of ten!