POSTAWEEK2011: Music For Games Enthusiast

Yes, I am a games enthusiast, I just love playing games and finishing them the longest way possible. I mostly explore items, skills and dungeons in all the games I played. Well as I’ve said you have the idea of what kind of games I am playing, mostly Role Playing Games. I haven’t played mostly of them due to personal circumstances but when I play a game I enjoyed every stage of it. So what is a game without music? You can never enjoy a racing and sports games without soundtracks.

The music makes the whole game “WHOLE”, there is no “ENJOY” in the game without music. I played a lot and I play them hard with all my heart and understanding. The music evolves the whole environment specially if you are in a vibrating seat while maneuvering your way to traffic. You can’t have a chilling effect if there is no sound in every cut scene you encounter with the baddest zombie or biological error you may encounter in a room full of roaches (ew).

Here are the TOP 3 games that has really outstanding SOUNDTRACKS and SCORES.

1. RED ALERT 2 – The metal nature of the intro music is such a ballad for me. Having that kind of music can pump blood in your head!


Red Alert 2

2. NEED FOR SPEED – The collection of its music is just “jiggy” and really gives you the feeling of being “pimped”

3. SILENT HILL – Simply its realistic and it’s creepy.

Games and music are 2 independent entities but a game will never be the same without a quality music. Music is the soul  of the game it will be boring without it. As the years may pass gems will evolved together with the soundtrack and musical scores it will produce to give the extraordinary feeling of being in the game itself.



POSTAWEEK2011: Chances of Rain

After a horror week in the hospital, this week starts very light. Though pressure is always present in the work place, still this week starts very light, starting with my family became closer again.


My baby is diagnosed with this illness called DENGUE. It’s a tricky illness because it has no direct medicine for it! I know God is with us while in the hospital. Though the condition is pretty serious but God blessed my daughter with good health. After Wednesday her platelet count drops, it immediately normalize then on Friday we are discharged from the hospital, really God moves in mysterious ways.


I have modules to fix and upgrades to the system we made. The first day was hectic, I am glad my colleagues understands my situation but work is work! I was late that day and a huge bunch of papers needed to be encoded is on my desk but I have to do it together with the system fixes!


“Pink is my favorite color” – AEROSMITH. After a day’s work, well the work being a father and a husband doesn’t stop from earning profit from a day job, I should help also some market chores. In short, I went to the market to buy something to eat. Yes, I was in PINK SLIPPERS and PINK UMBRELLA with girlie design (lol). I just realized that when I reach home, then just laughter filled the whole house.

The Chances of Rain in summer is quite high now a days, especially we are all experiencing climate change. Normally it’s really hard to have rain in a summer season most especially when you are in tropics! What I am saying here is, having the perfect time after a crisis is a blessing already like the chances of rain in a summer day, just appreciate it when it comes and when you look back and remember your hardships, you will say “It’s not that bad after all… All happens for a reason”. You will appreciate all the people around you, and the events you have going through.

25th EDSA Celebration: Celebrating The Democracy Or Just A Good Party?

EDSA People Power Celebration
This is not the latest article for the EDSA Celebration last Feb. 25 2011. Everybody is reliving the scene and reminiscing the feeling of all in the streets during that victorious moment. This is the moment of our countrymen specially those who in front of the tanks, praying, chanting and watching the history unfolds in front of them. It’s always nice to be with the memory on how the people came to the streets, equipped with what they know and the guts of what everybody else must do, fight for the rights and democracy for all Filipinos. This victory of ours is a manifestation our consciousness for our society that every celebration of it must have a learning experience to awaken the roots on what are filipinos back then, or they are extinct to the present generation.

Many teens today are just watching in online tubes on what is the situation back to that marvelous hour. They say they are feeling what they are feeling back to that moment just watching at it, you have no idea. They are not smiling back then and just waiting it for it to end in like a fairy tale. It’s not that simple, there are no assurance that it will end peacefully.

Although we are the first to celebrate democracy but isn’t it has the same ground with independence day? Fighting for democracy is such a serious matter, it has a deep meaning for all of us. I am not bitter about the recent celebration but I am just wondering is it proper? Watching,most of them if not all, the new generation of hope to be leaders, is “partying” and not educated what others has sacrificed on that moment. We should move on and not to be bitter but on how it’s celebrated and what is the mindset we are giving to this kids, that It’s all but a good feeling, that’s it.

I as a Filipino every celebration of the EDSA Revolution should be noticed all over the world. The meaning of it become useless and irrelevant every year that we celebrate it like that. The celebration should be culturally inclined and not like a noon time show, it’s too bright and shiny.

The call to be an advocate it’s not you said it then it’s done, the passion should be called and the consciousness should be awaken.

We can all praise the event that it’s a huge success, but we can do it better next time. We can say and talk about this every year but what mindset do we leave to the new generation, it’s just a day of partying and get drunk afterwards.

Here are some of the activities that should be in the news and not those celebrities, “cause history class is so boring, it’s too early and it’s hot outside… ”

February 25 will kick off with an Honors and Flag Raising Ceremony at 7:30am at the People Power Monument and an Unveiling of a statue of Cardinal Sin in Rizal Park at 9:30am.

Job Fair will also be held from 7:30am to 3:00pm at the POEA Building, featuring 25,000 job openings for work abroad. An Unveiling of the Marker will also be held at the POEA building at 11:00am to mark the exact location where President Cory Aquino delivered her speech during the People Power Revolution.

The northbound lane of EDSA will be transformed into a fair ground for the whole day, where celebrants will be able to see the actual tanks used by the soldiers during the revolution. People can also take part in a military-style Boodle Lunch set for 2,500 people including CEOs, LGU representatives, student leaders, and others.

Salubungan Program will also be held in the afternoon to reenact the moment when then-General Fidel V. Ramos and Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile joined forces against Marcos.

Live Musical Variety Show will begin at 8:00pm along White Plains Avenue featuring performances from various local artists. A fireworks display will follow.

Medical-Dental Mission will also be held in Camp Aguinaldo from 9:00am to 3:00pm. Other LGUs across the country will also be holding medical missions, tree planting activities, smoke belchers monitoring activities and other projects.


Schedule of 25th EDSA Revolution anniv celebrations
The monumental song of the EDSA PEOPLE POWER REVOLUTION