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New DS Lite skin/case: Transparent Blue

by briankealing on 06-16-2010 at 08:45 PM

A little picture gallery I took with my phone camera of my little project over the last month or so. In the process of swapping skins, I tore the cable connector for the top screen and speakers and had to buy another one for about fifteen bucks. That explains why the top screen has a black border and the bottom screen has a white border. It doesn't annoy me at all and I kinda like it. Look, the 3in1 plays a cameo role. Yes, the stylus is

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Game Review: Blackhawk Striker 2

by briankealing on 02-12-2010 at 12:57 PM

Blackhawk Striker 2 is a top-down shoot em up game. If you've ever played Galaga, you know how it feels. The controls are simple: use either WASD or the arrow keys to move around and press spacebar to fire all weapons. You get to fight dozens of different enemies and the levels get harder as you go along. It's only for PC, though it would be REALLY cool if it could be ported to the Zune

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Zune HD: UI in action

by briankealing on 02-07-2010 at 03:54 PM

I've had my Zune HD for quite a while now, but I never really had the chance to blog about it on DSDatabase. It really is a very sleek and beautiful device, and the user interface is amazing. Paired with the Nvidia Terga graphics card, the Zune HD can support video up to 14 mbps bitrate. We Zune owners also got XviD support last week, which means the codecs supported has surpassed the iPod Touch. I took a few videos

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The making of the DSDatabase Header

by briankealing on 02-06-2010 at 10:55 AM

If you haven't noticed already, DSDatabase has acquired a very cool header, created by me. When I made it, I was testing out screen recording software at the time, so I've got a video showing the steps taken to create the header. Unfortunately, it only runs at 2FPS because I didn't know how to set the recording fps at the time.


Get the most out of the DS Browser!

by briankealing on 10-18-2009 at 10:38 PM

For those who still own a copy of the DS Browser, you're bound to someday miss the functionalities of a full fledged desktop browser. Not only can you not open a new "tab" nor save cookies, the DS browser feels sort of incomplete. Even when you check off "Automatically log me in" on any sort of webpage, it simply doesn't work.

So I dug around for a bit, and found some pretty

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