Before purchasing the game from the Playstation Network Store, I was worried because as the title suggests, “Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection Online”, it’s only good for online play. I do want to play offline with 2 players with friends as well.
I searched the internet for what is the real deal, and this is the closest I got:
Inquirer.net reports that the DepEd in a memo dated January 8 of this year, chess will form part of the curriculum of Elementary and High School students.
“Global studies have shown that chess is a game that improves individual organizational and analytical skills. Children when exposed to this game at an early age achieve academically better or even faster than those who have not been engaged in said game,” Lapus said.
“Likewise, chess is among the activities that help build memory skills, concentration, self-confidence, self-esteem and in making disciplined decisions,” he added.
“Playing chess provides opportunities to practice such values as perseverance, honesty, and sportsmanship,” Lapus said.
PhotoWorld Asia 2009 is a photography convention and trade exposition for the photography industry in the Philippines and neighboring countries in Asia. This year’s event holds simultaneous activities from January 29 to February 3, 2009 at the Glorietta Ayala Center and the Asian Institute of Management in Makati.
The trade show at the Glorietta Ayala Center will be open to the public the whole time during PhotoWorld Asia 2009 from January 29 to February 3. It will feature the latest products from the major players in the industry including Nikon, Canon, Sony, Olympus, Fujifilm, HP, Panasonic and many others.
Sammy lists down some of the top domain name sales, excerpt follows:
Sex.com – Sold for: $14 million on January 19th, 2006 Fund.com – $9,999,950 – Sold in 2008 Porn.com – Sold for $9,000,000 sometime in 2007 (Update: OR $9,500,000 — Two different prices shown across many different sites/news reports) Business.com – Sold for $7,500,000 in 1999 (Remember: This was pretty much a “business” sale with a developed name) Diamonds.com – Sold for $7,500,000 Beer.com – Sold for $7,000,000 AsSeenOnTV.com – Sold for $5,100,000 in January of 2000 Korea.com – $5,000,000 – Sold in January of 2000 Casino.com – $5,500,000 – Sold to a private company in 2003 YP.com – $3,850,000 – Sold to YellowPages.com Shop.com – Sold for $3,500,000 in 2001 WorldWideWeb.com – $3,500,000 in 1996 AltaVista.com – $3,250,000 (Saw this one but didn’t list it because I was sure it was because of the business built on it) Software.com – $3,200,000 Loans.com – $3,000,000 eShow.com – $3,000,000 Vodka.com – $3,000,000 Sold December 2006