At last my long-time dream of having a game where all the Final Fantasy characters (both antagonists and protagonists) joins together in one game where they "brawl" against each other in an awesome three dimensional field map has finally fulfilled by this newly released game by one of my favorite game developer - Square-Enix, entitled Dissidia: Final Fantasy for the PSP game console. Woohoo! I was like screaming mad when I first saw this on the net several days ago. For a fan of the Final Fantasy series like me, this is one hell of a game that I shouldn't missed. Although, I still don't own a PSP yet, it is really good to know that Square-Enix never stops creating an awesome game like this one.
:+: About the Game :+:
Publisher/Developer: Square Enix
Artists: Tetsuya Nomura and Yoshitaka Amano
Composer: Takeharu Ishimoto
Series: Final Fantasy
Platform: Playstation Portable
Release Date: August 2009
Genre: Action Role Playing Game / Fighting Game
Mode: Single Player / Two-Players
Screenshots: (click on the thumbnails for a larger image)
+ Do a bit of Charity ^_^ +
I found this website and they get donations from their sponsors based upon the number of clicks they get. There are 6 tabs and a button that says click to give on each of the tabs. We'd be helping the following: Hunger; Breast Cancer; Child Health; Literacy; Rain Forest; and Animal Rescue. I think it could be a good idea. I mean it is only 6 clicks.
Here is the example screenshot: (image clickable)
You can do your six clicks on a daily basis.
It would only take a minute or two of your time. So please give! ^_^
+ Goo Hye-sun’s debut single “Around the Alley” +
Can the cute actress really sing?
Goo Hye-sun (a.k.a. Jan-di from popular drama “Boys Over Flowers“ and one of my favorite Korean actress) was set to release her debut album “Breath” with YG Entertainment on September 4th. The album will consist of eight songs: seven are instrumental and one features singer Gummy’s vocals. Yup, it’s a musical album Goo Hye-Sun’s composed.
A day before the release of the entire album, YG has released the title track to her album. “Around the Alley” is an immenssely sad song and, despite sounding like she’s about to burst into tears, Gummy sings the piece excellently.