My eBay auctions – 5 PC games

I now have 5 auctions on All PC games on DVD-ROM with starting bid at £0.99. All games are sealed and new, and I ship worldwide.

These ends on Sunday June 29th, 2008:

  • Dark Messiah Might and Magic
  • Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell Double Agent

These ends on Monday June 30th, 2008:

  • Medieval II – Total War
  • Neverwinter Nights 2
  • Prey

Xbox 360: Happy Tree Friends False Alarm and Ticket to Ride on XBLA

This week, Wednesday June 25th 2008, you can download Happy Tree Friends False Alarm and Ticket to Ride from Xbox Live Arcade for 800 points each.

Happy Tree Friends False Alarm

Based on the popular and twisted Web series, Lumpy and his accident-prone friends face one gory, horrible disaster after another in Happy Tree Friends False Alarm™! Armed with a helicopter pack, Lumpy rescues his pals by blasting open areas where they may be trapped with flaming napalm or explosive nitro, or he can put them into a deep freeze if they are about to stumble into danger. Try to keep the friends from peril in ten exclusive disaster-filled scenarios, each with three frantic levels, and brand new cutscenes.

  • Playable Happy Tree Friends characters: For the first time in 3-D, control Lumpy who must save his Happy Tree Friends such as Cuddles, Toothy, and Flaky from life-threatening disasters!
  • Exciting disaster levels: SEGA and the creative minds behind Happy Tree Friends have teamed up to create ten original and engaging disaster scenarios including Mine Shaft, Candy Factory, and the Museum. Hazardous items abound to surprise and challenge the Happy Tree Friends as they try to escape.
  • Gameplay true to the franchise: Experience non-stop hilarious action Happy Tree Friends-style where their accident-prone universe means gore and mayhem are inevitable.
  • Exclusive Happy Tree Friends content: Check out the cutscenes created exclusively for the game.
  • Xbox LIVE® Arcade features: Use the leaderboards to compete with friends, track your progress as you advance through Story mode, and earn new Achievements.

Ticket to Ride

All aboard! Travel from coast to coast and visit all the stops on the exciting train adventure Ticket to Ride™. Plan your routes and connect your cities across the country to become the ultimate traveler. Earn points as you claim your tracks and complete your tickets for your chance at the big score. From sea to sea, crisscross the nation as you build the longest route and take home the prize. It’s hours of fun for your family and friends. Who will come out on top when the steam clears? Get your Ticket to Ride and see!

  • Variable difficulty levels: Either locally or in Xbox LIVE® matches, choose Easy, Medium, or Hard A.I. opponents to challenge your gaming skills.
  • Multiplayer: Play with up to three of your friends on a single console, or take on Ranked or Player matches over Xbox LIVE with up to five players.
  • Leaderboards and achievements: Post your Xbox LIVE match results to the leaderboards. Follow game stats for each player such as Highest Score, Total Trains Played and their Time Spent Playing. And track your progress with twelve new achievements.
  • Camera support: See yourself and your friends during gameplay with Xbox LIVE Vision Camera support.

Elektrofil exhibition

Last weeken, I was at the Elektrofil (or Electrophile in English) exhibition in Oslo Spektrum. There where a lot to see, from MP3 players, cellphones and other gadget via vacuumcleaners to big screen TVs.

On the showfloor, they had the world largest full HD plasma TV from Panasonic. It’s a 103″ HDTV and it looked real nice. But it’s too big for my appartment and the pricetag i beyond what I ever can pay for a TV set. You could get it on the fair for 650,000 NOK* (or about US$127,000/£64,500).

In the pictures bellow, you can see the Panasonic HDTV with a pair of speakers from KEF. The KEF Muon speakers is what you can call a limited edition, since only a pair of 100 will be produced worldwide. But with a pricetag of 1,200,000 NOK* (or around US$234,900/£119,000), I can understand why. The speakers sounded great even with the background noise from the showfloor. As with the Panasonic HDTV, this is or will never be for my wallet.

Tandberg is also starting to produce TVs again after 30 years. The new Tandberg Display HDTVs, Ergo Class, will be available in 32″ (720p), 37″, 42″ and 46″ (1080p) and comes with built-in digitaltuner for the Norwegian DTT. This HDTV will only be available in Norway at launch. You can see pictures of the TV bellow.

* NOK – Norwegian Krones