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Sony corporation's PS3 was an absolute hit and was known to have been the best console of that time. It had the best games with absolutely realistic gameplay, superb graphics, smooth operation. Sony's solid lineup and the launch of PS3 brought some greatest games to life. The Last of Us, Naughty dog's Uncharted series made people love the character, Nathan Drake. It also hosted many multi-platform games like Grand Theft Auto 5, Arkham City, Red Dead Redemption, Assassins Creed trilogy, and many more similar games. Let's have a look at the top games that rocked on PlayStation 3 and are still a favorite of thousands of gamers. Moto GP 10/11 The best and the most popular in the era of Motorcycle racing games is hands down Moto GP 10/11. Its franchise is the most renowned and known worldwide whose first installment was released back in the year 2000. This game first brought the use of Artificial Intelligence which gave the gamers a unique and more realistic version of driving a motorcycle. It gives you 17 different race tracks and also has an online mode to enable you to play with 20 other persons. One popular unparalleled feature of this game is that you can join your friend as a co-rider during any match. This gives a much tactical side of the game apart from just speeding. You and your co-mate can work together and strategize to keep other bikers away from the winnerโ€™s podium. Well, there are other bike games to try for PS3 as well. Red Dead Redemption It was labeled as the western epic when the game was released. Rockstar has impressed gamers with the most lived game Red Dead Redemption such that the craze of this game is still on. Before the release of this game, people were fascinated with Grand Theft Auto both on PC as well as on PlayStation. The quality of the game was on point. Although it was a bit expensive, unique gameplay and story was the thing that people were fascinated with. With an average rating of 9.98. Users have found that this was the best game on PS3. Grand Theft Auto 5 Again rockstar games never fail to impress us. GTA 5 is one of the finest and advanced versions of the Grand Theft Auto franchise. Free gameplay was walking around the world with a little bit of violence. Rockstar pretty much tried to put the feel of roaming around in LA. The view was as close as possible to Los Angeles which was a combo of elegance and despair. Although the game was familiar, it won the hearts of the audience as it was packed with loads of action, surprises, digging your way through tough enemies, roaming through the streets in your way, the immersive story and gameplay, and whatnot. With a pretty decent review of 9.95, this game is one of the best in the franchise. The Last of Us The last of us is a masterpiece. Similar to how Naughty dog impressed us with the Uncharted trilogy. This game is a satisfying game that revolves around the vision of a pandemic that takes place in New York City in 2033, focusing on the ultimate Survival. The gameplay is dangerous and also absolutely unpredictable. It's based on choices that you name with the narrator. The path is filled with thrill, suspense, and sudden twists in the plot. You don't know when a ray of hope turns into a tragedy. So with a review of 9.95, this was one of the best games ever launched by Naughty dog. Uncharted 2: Among thieves Uncharted 2 was the very first game that was played on the PS3 console. Naughty dog impressed users with its story play and how realistic the game is. The game is like a rollercoaster ride that plots the path of Nathan drake who follows the trail of Marco Polo and a precious gem named Chintamani. Packed with adventure and action. The game raised the bar for PS3 and was rated as one of the best games of the year. The game has won many awards and still is a genuine classic. With a review of 9.95, it's one of the games that deserves its position in the top 5. Need for Speed: Most Wanted One of the best racing games of that time. After the failure of Need for Speed: The Run. The new version took fans by awe. Criterion took the challenge to present gamers with NFS: Most Wanted. Let's talk about the gameplay and the graphics. The game provides a real-life experience and gives a chance to race with real-life car models. The clarity and picture in detail are pretty awesome where everything looks realistic. Max Payne 3 Max Payne 3 was a major hit worldwide as it got released in the year 2012. Rockstar Studioโ€™s unique storyline and action-thriller gave the fans a Max Payne series. It was built on engines similar to what was used in the Grand Theft Auto series. Without a doubt, it is one of the best games with a fantastic storyline which has hooked up the gamers till now. Many latest games have come up with slow mode options while fighting which is remastered from this old popular Max Payne. This unique ability in the character slows down in-game time and facilitates to take actions against enemies. The game allows you to change even the protagonist of the story and has incredible twists to the story mode too.
The best free programs to create video games
You don't need to learn programming to make video games. You can create games for consoles and apps thanks to some of the best free programs to create video games that we offer you in this report. They are tools that adapt to all levels, and that allow us to publish our playable creations without investing a euro. It is a good first step before signing up for a course to design video games or investing in any of the professional graphics engines available on the market.ย You can buy these PS4 gaming chairs and gaming desks for gaming setup. Programs to create video games Entidad 3D allows developing 3D videogames for the computer. In it, the protagonist must complete a series of tasks to successfully complete the mission. Flixel.org is another video game development platform. It is completely free for personal and commercial use. It is programmed in Actionscript 3. Stencyl : If you prefer to make video games for the web, this is your program. It is also free. Arcade Game Studio On the other hand, if you like retro this is your chance to recreate arcades from the 80s. GDevelop Many times we believe that because we do not know programming, we can no longer create video games. With this software, there is no problem. Their events will allow you to build the game. Scratch It is what children who attend robotics classes are taught. They even have their own day, May 12. It is very simple to use. You can create animations, interactive stories and games. In addition, it allows you to share your creations online. Unreal Development Kit If you are looking for a more professional finish this is your software. You can make video games in 3D. Alice Alice is a free and open educational software, developed by Carnegie Mellon University, which is used especially to teach programming in schools and colleges. It is programmed in Java with a simple "drag and drop" environment to create 3D animations. Roblox Although it may not sound familiar to you, Roblox is one of the most successful video games in the world. It has a history of more than 13 years, and has already been enjoyed by more than 60 million users around the planet (it has just arrived in Spain and is already around one million players). But what exactly is Roblox, and how has it managed to become the fourth most viewed game on YouTube, along with titles like Minecraft , or Call of Duty? 3D entity Entity 3D allows us to develop games in the style of Quake, Half-Life or Counter Strike and add a plot to them in which our protagonist can perform different tasks such as collecting a certain number of objects to fulfill a mission. The working environment used in Entidad 3D is World Editor and it works by using boxes in which lights, objects, characters or enemies are placed on the game's stage .
DIY: Totoro Costume
I have been looking for a good Totoro costume tutorial for the longest time and I finally found the perfect one. Blogger Cherie from youandmie.com has a great tutorial on how to make your perfect Totoro costume and I would like to highlight the tutorial for Totoro fans. While the tutorial itself makes for a child-sized costume, you should be able to make it in any size by sizing up following these same instructions. Here are the items that you will need: > Fleece fabric for the bodysuit and hood > Scraps of fabric for eyes, nose, etc. > Fiberfill or fabric scraps for stuffing the ears and tail > 1/4 inch wide elastic > Safety pin > Velcro > 12โ€ณ invisible zipper > Thread in main fabric color, white and black > Large tracing paper > One piece pajama and a hooded jacket for the patterns > Hand sewing needle I broke down Cherie's tutorial into 8 parts to make the process a bit easier. Part 1: Bodysuit (Steps go with above photos in order) > Place pajama on tracing paper so that the pajama is aligned with the edge of the paper. > Trace the outline of the pajama adding a seam allowance (Cherie uses 1cm). > Move pajama and trace the armhole and necklines free-hand. > Round the pattern around the hips and thighs to get a better Totoro-shape. Add 3/4โ€ณ to the leg bottoms for hemming. Pattern for front piece of bodysuit is now ready. > Place another tracing paper on top of the front piece (extending the edge by 1/2 inch as seen in the photo). Trace the same front pattern again but raise the neckline in the back to math pajama. Pattern for back piece is now ready and you will cut 2 of these pieces. Part 2: Sleeves and front details (Steps go with above photos in order) > Trace the sleeve shape. Add seam allowance and extra 3/4โ€ณ for hemming. > Place another tracing paper over front pattern and draw a circle for the tummy design. You will need to cut the front pattern on the fold, 2 of the back pieces, 2 sleeves cut on the fold and a tummy circle cut on the fold as well. > Make a 2" wide strip of fabric to finish the neckline and make sure it is a few inches longer than the neckline itself. (Cherie uses a 20" long strip). > Cut out the chest designs details from the main fabric. > Pin the arrow designs on the tummy piece and top stitch close to the edge. > Pin the tummy onto the front piece and top stitch close to the edge. Part 3: Invisible back zipper (Steps go with above photos in order) > Open zipper and place it along the straight edge of one of the back pieces. Sew close to the teeth. > Repeat with other back side. Flip zipper and attach to the other back piece. (Check this link for more back zipper instructions). > Fold the back along zipper. Sew the center seam together with a 1/2" seam allowance (the while line). Sew beyond the end of the zipper and on the inside of zipper as well. Reinforce by backstitching few times. Part 4: Shoulder and necline (Steps go with above photos in order) > Line up shoulder seams of the front and back pieces and pin them. Sew along the shoulder edge leaving a 1cm seam allowance. > Pin the fabric strip on the raw edges, and sew with a 1cm seam allowance and cut off any extra strip. > Fold edge of such that the zipper teeth are along the edge. fold the binding over to the opposite side of the body suit so the neckline is enclosed. > Pin along the neckline and sew the binding down on the inside. Cut out extra fabric. Part 5: Bodysuit Completion (Steps go with above photos in order) > Line up the sleeves with the shoulder seam and sew with a 1cm allowance. > Cut 2 pieces of fleece for the tail. Sew the curved edges together and leave the top open. Flip it inside out and stuff with fabric stuffing. Place it on the bodysuit right below the zipper and sew the tail to the bodysuit. > Place the front piece on the back piece and sew along the side seams and the inseam. > Flip it right side out. > Sew the arm and leg holes. Leave a casing to insert the elastic using the safety pin. > Bodysuit is READY! Part 6: Hood (Steps go with above photos in order) > Trace the hood line of your hooded jacket on the tracing paper, leaving a 1/2" space between the edge of the paper and the edge of the hood. Add a 1cm seam allowance. Draw a straight line 1cm below the edge of the hood. > Cut 2 hood pieces. Cut a strip of fabric 3 inches wide and a bit over twice the length of the bottom edge. > Pin the curved edge of the hood and sew with 1cm seam allowance. Fold the hood in half and sew the front edge of the hood. > Fold fabric strip in half, lengthwise. Sew along the short edges, a centimeter away from the edge. Flip it right side out and poke the corner out. > Line the edge of the fabric strip with the edge of the hood and pin it along. Attach the band to the hood, such that you only sew one layer of the band. > Sew along the edge. > Fold the band right sides together and sew from the edge of the hood around the corner of the band. Clip the corner and then turn right side out. > Sew velcro to the hood. Part 7: Hood detailing (Steps go with above photos in order) > Cut out the eye and nose details out of fleece or felt. Stitch details as close to edge as possible. > Cut out 4 year pieces. Place two together and sew along the edge. Leave the bottom open and flip it right side out. > Stuff ears with stuffing. > Attach the ear to the hood with the hand sewing needle. Tie knots inside the hood. Part 8: Wear your awesome Totoro costume! Once again, credit for the tutorial goes to youandmie.com! Just wanted to share it with you all here on Vingle. ^_^