360Style.net and Disruptive Media Publishers have teamed up to release Skull Picture Pack #1. This pack includes two 360Style.net logos as well as four unique skull designs created by Avid X3ro and SeSpider. Unlike a large percent of packs this special pack only retails for 60 MS points.
The content is located in the Themes and Gamer Pictures section of the Xbox Live Marketplace under 'disruptivepublishers.com'.
Disruptive Media Publishers is the leading independent provider of unique lifestyle customization content for Microsoft's Xbox 360: sports, college, anime, pets, scenery, art, girls and more.
For more information on Disruptive Media Publishers, please visit their official site at www.disruptivepublishers.com.
www.360Style.net is a leading Xbox 360 community site established in May of 2005, 360 Style.net has grown to host the largest collection of Xbox 360 game themed desktop wallpapers. In addition to desktop wallpapers 360 Style aims to deliver other unique content in the form of videos, blogs and podcasts. The official podcast of 360 Style is available at www.360stylecast.com
Saturday, February 16, 2008
Todd McFarlane is no idiot when it comes to getting major licenses that can print him mass amounts of money. When McFarlane got the rights to produce the Halo 3 line of action figures, fans took notice and within the next few weeks Halo collectors will be able to get their grubby hands all over them (Or the packaging if you don't open your toys.)
The official site for the toys is now open at http://www.spawn.com/features/halo3s1/ and the site features loads of pictures, downloads and even a printable checklist to make sure you don't miss any of these figures. Check it out, its pretty sweet.
Now I can finally get a Cortana figure without having to drop 150 bucks plus on a nasty looking Halo 1version of her.
Source: Unleaded Logic Dot Com
Posted by Unleaded Logic at 2:11 AM
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Since I uploaded my Drumshhh product review a few weeks ago, I’ve been contacted by several people asking me to show off how much sound the pads cut down. I also wanted to show people how to apply the pads and remove them if they want to.
X-Tended reviews will revisit items if a lot of questions are asked regarding the item.
Posted by Unleaded Logic at 3:01 PM
Monday, February 11, 2008
"The last moments of Halo 3 were really pretty exciting. Fast driving, over-orchestrated theme music, unavoidable deaths—sure it was a bit Halo Kart, but it was an exciting conclusion all the same. But all those polygons pale in comparison to the still LEGO version."
Wow man. Do Legos ever go out of style. I could get a Lego set today and I wouldnt complain. And this is one of the coolest Lego work I have ever seen. (Besides a Lego Stephen Colbet) Now if they would just make a Lego scarab....
Posted by Unknown at 8:11 PM
The much delayed review video for the Plasma Pistol is here and is ready for your viewing pleasure. Rick from The Realm Beyond teams up with me on this review to help me go into greater detail regarding both the plasma pistol and the laser guns in general.
Note: Video was split into two because of length and file size.
Source: Unleaded Logic Dot Com
Posted by Unleaded Logic at 2:44 PM