Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Converted MP3s to aacPlus! | Bought Condemned Criminal Origins and Resident Evil 4

I converted all my MP3s to high quality [A]dvance [A]udio [C]odec Plus a couple days ago using Nero 7 aac after reading an article on it. I reduced 20.9 GiB to 8 GiB using a pc with 1 GiB dual channel PC4000 and another one with 2 GiB dual channel PC3200 RAM. I kept all my mp3 achieve in case I find a few MP4s with sound glitches. The quality of my aacPlus mp4 files are ¾ 64 and 80 kbps while ¼ are 96 kbps. I gave a friend 2.5 GiB of my MP4s so he wouldn’t have too. Saving 13 GiB of space was sort of worth a day re-encoding everything. No regrets.

Randy is those people who hates Nintendo. He has a NES, but was also his last Nintendo branded console. I got him to play F-Zero GX and the NDS. I was Capt. Falcon. He was Pico. I won three times. Afterwards, we played the only map available without playing the single player game, Temple, and he fragged me 6 to 3 in Far Cry Instincts….

I got pretty excited when I purchased Resident Evil 4 for PS2 at the Wal-Mart in Hudson, WI despite owning it for GameCube. I told Randy that it was topping all the videogame charts and I wanted it even if. We were driving around town. Gamespot.com gave it a 10/10 in graphics and sound, 9.5 in game play and presentation, 9.0 in replay value. At night, I drove us to a newly built Super Wal-Mart in New Richmond cos I was wondering what it looked like inside. We looked at various power tools, blank dvds, and cheapo fishing rods.

He wants to take me fishing, but he doesn’t understand I don’t want too. You literally sit in a boat and leave the line in the water for 10 minutes before something bites. Sounds really boring. Don’t eat until you catch something….what a joke! I said, “No, you won’t make me” He responded, “We’re going fishing this summer and you’re coming with!” This reminds me of that stupid movie “Gone Fishing.”

New games to add

- Resident Evil 4 (Capcom)
- Condemned: Criminal Origins (Sega)

Tomorrow, I’ll be discussing Nintendo’s Revolution. Don’t expect much when there aren’t any screenshots. Games should be worse looking than M$ Xbox 360's games. The NES, SNES and N64 software emulation (ie: Nintendo virtual console) doesn’t take much CPU power at all at original video resolution.

Monday, February 20, 2006

I emulated SNES and GBA on PSP | installed 160 GiB hard drive

I bought the Hitachi 160 GiB hard drive at BEst Buy yesterday for $70 because it was on sale. I love it so far. I was being an airhead because I couldn’t find my static-proof bracelet to install it. At Best Buy I looked around and all the SeaGate 120 GiB Serial ATA hard dives were sold out. Teenagers were chuckling about something when I was there. Okay, okay. This hdd is no big deal. Everyone has them. Doh. I knew that. I was trying not to act irrational and thankfully I had my head screwed on tight.

At home I took a tweezers and set the jumpers to slave mode, installed it, hooked IDE and power cable to it, used Partition Magic 8 to format NTFS and wal-la….instant “G drive”!

I promised using GIFs

Funs over...alrighty then….

It was midnight and I looked at the largest forum on Earth, gaiaonline.com. It has a gaming section. First time I’ve been there. It got a 58 page long PS3 vs. Xbox 360 vs. Revolution thread. I paged through pgs 1 thru 12 before getting tired (it was civil kind of) so I go back to my home forum (Catharton game forum). There are some loonies on Gaiaonline.com (one can expect this of the world’s largest forum). I learned most members are PS3 bias. They apparently knew about programmers lost their jobs telling about Xbox 360 being better cos they haven’t seen the “end product” on their blog I hope when PS3 comes out the hardware quality isn’t crappy.

Afterwards I went on Wikipedia and made Extreme-G and Extreme-G 2 articles. I had nothing constructive to do on Pres. Day so I gave Doom 3 another go on Xbox. Xbox breaks a sweat running the game, but it plays like a high quality first person shooter. I frag average in my opinion. I played the first 5 levels in Goldeneye with the 1964 emulator with my game pad too.

I also emulated SNES and GBA on my PSP for the first time. I played Super Mario World, Super Metroid and Metroid Fusion on PSP. Only glitch is when the PSP goes in standby (LCD turns off) the SNES emulation lags. I took photos to show everybody. I own the original cartridges so it’s legal. Moving the analog stick goes into emulator graphics settings. Audio is 99.9% like original carts. Playing those games brought back memories of 2004 when I bought SNES and GBA SP.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Popularity of GIF

When I used PNG I became less popular than when I used GIF. LZW compression in GIF uses twice the storage as deflate compression in PNG. PNG is open source, GIF was unpatented in 2003. Both PNG and GIF show up in any browser released in 1999 or later. That's 7 yrs ago. Who uses IE4 or Netscape Communcator 4.7 anymore? I want to know.

IE 5.0+ supports transparent png
Okay everyone, I'll stop using PNG. I understand now. Animated PNG is actually be SWF (Macromedia Flash) because it supports PNG and JPG

Motherboard and CPU not fried! | 2 internal + 1 USB HDD

On Friday, I got my computer back without motherboard and CPU fried, just some misconnected wires on the jumpers. The friendly folk at Digital Garage in Hudson, WI set it back to normal. There was no way I knew how to install the wires back to normal. I asked them to set a RAID 0 between 2 hard drives first, but I changed my mind. I wanted a JBOD (Just a bunch of disks) instead and I did that myself to reduce the bill dad paid. During partitioning the WDC WD2000 with Partition Magic windows froze and I now have a goofy HDD BIOS that makes the arm hit against the platter making a clicking sound along with slow boot up. To resolve this I’ll eventually buy a Hitachi 160.0GB HDD to replace it. Now, I am left with the SeaGate ST3250823AS 250 GiB hdd as IDE4 Master and Maxtor Ultra 160 GiB hdd as IDE3 Master.

At Toyriffic a while ago I looked at Wipeout 64, F-Zero and Ridge Racer 64, but I didn’t buy them due to missing ID. I found mixed reviews for them. That gives me more money to spend on Elder Scrolls 4 or Grandia 3 or I can purchase a new hard drive. I am undecided.

Randy didn’t answer his phone today. I can go anywhere, but the thought of staying home, playing a PC game, and enjoying my Hellcat also interesting. The weather outside is brutal …..snowing, icy roads, and 20° (12 below) with windshield.

Pictures of my motherboards

Soyo KT400 Lite Black
Supporting my Athlon XP 2800, and MISC 786 MiB PC2400 RAM

Dell Dimension XPS motherboard picture available later.

Biostar Nforce 4
SystemMax Hellcat supporting Athlon 64 X2 4800 1 GiB PC4000 RAM

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

CFL's cheerleaders don't suck! In fact they're pretty good.

Why does the CFL cheerleaders look better than the ones from around here! It's a crime. Canadian cheerleaders just look heathier and cuter for some reason.

Course the NFL doesn't fire cheerleaders because they're not cute enough. That's the problem. CFL just has better looking cheerleaders! NFL should do something such as hire cuter cheerleaders! (Canadian cheerleaders rock!) I know I am only using the Vikings and Renegades for example, but the Green Bay Packer’s haven’t had cheerleader squad since 1988. Why the heck not?

Renegade's cheerleader webpage


MN Viking's Cheerleaders

What’s crazy about Canucks is you can’t tell them apart from Americans! It’s like impossible without ID. True, Canada is our closest ally. We hunt up in Canadian so that gives them freedom to come down here whenever they want too. You can walk around and meet a Canadian without knowing it! It’s normal. They have the same accent. They drive the same vehicles, use NTSC like we do, play gridiron like we do called the CFL (it sucks compared to NFL, but it’s American Football!) And NHL, NBA, MLB are sports both countries share (all have Toronto teams people.) They don’t get involved in any military activities with US except the North American Aerospace Defense Command.

And the metaphor about no Americans….no American football (for worldwide popularity) is entirely untrue like other countries say. They say that on purpose to make gridiron look bad. Idiots. It’s a wonderful game! Girls play soccer. It’s a women’s high school and college sport. That’s why the Women’s FIFA team is #2! Football is a man’s sport!

Sunday, February 12, 2006

React OS running Win32 apps

I felt Wikipedia done a better job than i could so here is public domain stuff encylopedia on Retro OS. I didn't use the Qemu this time because it doesn't come with any open source software for me to work with. Windows XP is still obviously better OS. However, React OS is free (and source code is avalable) Microsoft has this thing about not showing source code that prevents people from coping their kernal exactly.

The truth is Microsoft is a monopoly in business, home, school PCs and it's not hurting us if something else can do it. Windows has the advantage uns everything (Win32 applications) without crashing while React OS is much more vounderable ot them. React OS can't even execute many applications, but the compatibly is nearing 100% with new builds.


ReactOS is a project to develop a free software / open source operating system that is object code-compatible with Microsoft Windows NT and Windows 2000 applications and drivers. The project is currently in the pre 'Alpha' development stage, although some of the project's goals and milestones have already been achieved as of November 2005.

ReactOS is primarily written in C, with some elements like ReactOS Explorer, written in C++.

Various components of ReactOS are licensed under the GNU General Public License, the GNU Lesser General Public License and/or the BSD License.

To ensure that no part of the OS is tainted with leaked Microsoft code, a total source code audit has been ordered by the leading ReactOS developers.


Around 1996, a group of open source developers started a project called FreeWin95, with the aim of implementing an operating system that would be a clone of Windows 95. The project stalled in discussions of the design of the system.

At the end of 1997, the project still had no results. The project members called to revive the project, the project's target was changed to Windows NT and the project's name was changed to ReactOS. The ReactOS project began in February 1998, with developing the kernel and basic drivers.

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Allegations of disassembled Code

On January 17, 2006 Hartmut Birr wrote a message on the ReactOS Developers mailing list (ros-dev) with the accusation that ReactOS contains code derived from disassembling Windows. [1] As a result of the allegations, the project has decided in a closed meeting to suspend public svn access, forum, discussion and e-mail archive. All but access to the old subversion repository was been restored shortly afterwards. The project has also decided to audit the code to look for possible code that wasn't a clean room reverse engineer and make all developers sign an agreement to only use clean room reverse engineering. This is expected to set the project back by a lot as it could take years to complete the audit and rewriting of affected parts of the source code. This audit was done by creating a new repository and copying code from the old repository as it is audited.


As of 2005, the ReactOS kernel is quite stable, many APIs and ABIs are ready for a higher level of development and a basic GUI is available. ReactOS features ReactOS Explorer, which is a basic shell for ReactOS, similar to Windows Explorer.

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Version 0.2.0 of ReactOS is able to run many Win32 applications, including Notepad (a basic text editor), Regedit (the registry editor), Cmd (the command-line interpreter), and several other applications (such as AbiWord) and basic games (such as Quake and Quake II, and the Wine clone of Minesweeper).

Since 0.2.6 Dillo, mIRC, and a DCOM components of the Mozilla Firefox web browser (using the Gecko rendering engine) run in ReactOS. Some games like Unreal Tournament and Deus Ex are confirmed to work, using software rendering. Also OpenGL runs with some minor problems, using the nVidia driver or the software implementation Mesa 3D. And the first webserver (Tiny Web server) and The UltraVNC Client are reported to work. As shown in the screenshot on the right, even OpenOffice.org (Version 1.x) works partly.

As of Version 0.2.8, some elements of TCP/IP Networking work, as well as a better number of applications, such as Notepad, AbiWord, OpenOffice, Deus Ex, and Unreal Tournament. Sound and USB support is still being worked on (SB16 works partially, and USB OHCI and UHCI work is still being undertaken) The USB functionality is 'borrowed' from Cromwell. Plug and Play work has also begun, as has the move to support WDM. In addition to the Lynx text-based browser, ReactOS can use DCOM components from Mozilla to browse web pages graphically.

ReactOS 0.2.8 can also detect whether it is running in a VMware environment, and can install the SVGA Driver from the VMware Tools ISO, to provide a better level of GUI performance. CSRSS has also been totally rewritten, and a 'written-from-scratch' implementation of Ws2_32 is scheduled to arrive very soon. Also present in the Trunk are somewhat-working elements of ddraw, dplay and dplayx.

Currently ReactOS is being audited (see above section) and currently does not function at all.

Related projects

ReactOS works with the Wine project so that the ReactOS project can benefit from Wine's progress in implementing the Win32 API. These efforts mainly concern Wine's DLLs, most of which can be shared between ReactOS and Wine. Both projects work on cross-compatibility issues, so that the remaining few DLLs can be used in ReactOS.

Another related project is Samba TNG, which implements dozens of services, such as LSASS, SAM, NETLOGON, SPOOLSS, that are key to the success and (functionally correct) interoperability of the ReactOS project. Samba's architectural design and strategic goals make it a difficult prospect to consider integrating into ReactOS, whereas Samba TNG's multi-layered and modular approach make it far easier to consider porting each service to ReactOS.


The ReactOS roadmap indicates release (0.3.0) will include full TCP/IP networking support. ReactOS Developers are also currently working on support for USB. For this the Cromwell version of the Linux implementation is ported. Also being worked on is the www.reactos.org homepage.

ReactOS developers are working on improving the GUI system, adding networking, multimedia, and plug-and-play hardware support. Java and .NET support (through Mono) has also been stubbed. After multi user environment is developed Terminal Service and Remote desktop will be developed, for this XRDP, VNC and rdesktop will be used. Provisions for DOS, OS/2, and POSIX subsystems have also been made, in a similar fashion to the Windows NT subsystems.

In October 2004, the goal for version 1.0 was articulated as a stable implementation of a subset of Windows Workstation ("ReactOS Workstation"), including TCP/IP networking, client-side and server-side support of CIFS, OpenGL, DirectX and support for Windows device drivers via WDM.

Among these, some have stated that several well-developed open source operating systems already exist. (Currently all based on or modeled after Unix: Linux and the various variants of BSD.) They feel that rather than building a new operating system, it would be better to concentrate on improving these and work on Wine so that they can better run existing Windows applications. However, ReactOS developers argue that an OS which is more like Windows at a lower level (that is, designed to be similar to Windows rather than running an application that tries to turn an OS into Windows) is more likely to achieve broader compatibility with the existing base of Windows applications.

Wednesday, February 8, 2006

fried another motherboard

I came back from Shop Ko with my new purchase Castlevania Dawn of Sorrow and decided to open up my Hellcat and do something stupid!

After yanking the power light and hdd LCD wires off the jumpers on the lower right corner it cost me a $140 motherboard when the computer gave me the lethal orange light. After swearing 6 times, tried to fix it without success by trying re-inserting the jumpers with the power on (big mistake), and told dad the story. He forgave me and bought the same motherboard online. I wanted to find the headphone jack wire and hook it to the sound card while refitting the WiFi card since it was loose. I was grounded with a bracelet because it was in the wall socket the entire time. Using today as a prime example why I don’t install motherboards, I pay someone else $100 to do it for me so I could undo what I’ve done.

I have my former computer arrangement. This day must’ve been the most bizarre day all month. I am suppose to have a headache, but I have none. Even after I punched myself I don’t have a headache.

This week I am been 100% anti-social with anyone other than my parents. I like being antisocial. The internet is my security blanket. On the positive side, I got to play Halo on it before today. And no I don’t dream of videogames or better PC hardware in my sleep. Instead I dream of imaginary girlfriends and exotic dreams with women.

I need more allies which is why it’s fun dreaming as if I were with people.

Sunday, February 5, 2006

Project Gotham Racing 3 review / Modded Xbox 360

Randy came over and we played Madden NFL 06, Winning Eleven 8, ESPN Football 2k5, Forza Motorsport, Project Gotham 3, Perfect Dark Zero, Dead or Alive 4, and the new game I bought at Shop Ko, Kameo Elements of Power. He says I have a crazy game collection and that I should develop games being artist or something. I said okay Randy, I'll think about it.

I got to eat with him at Mc Donalds and we talked about the future of Microsoft and why Suse Linux 10 isn’t popular. I said, it’s free because every programmer volunteers and no one gets paid under the GPL license. He wants to go fishing with me in the woods, but I just said no. Best fun I had all week. He said it's more fun than working as manager for Mars Inc everyday when his cell phone interrupts us 15 times.

A modded Xbox 360 costing $650, but the first time I seen it done to a gaming console. Found it off Ebay.


Bizarre Creations is the developer of the first two and they made this game look better than Full Auto (Sega), Ridge Racer 6 (Namco), and Need for Speed Most Wanted (EA).

The cars are high resolution. There is 6 modes, inside, hood, bumper, 3rd person view close, 3rd person view far. I like the 2nd prospective of 3rd person view myself. You can see the curves better like in a lot of racing videogames. The 1st person view it is harder to see a curb and you hit it and your speed automatically goes to 15 MPH on these exotic GT and sport cars. I picked the white GT car from a auto manufacturer I haven’t heard of. The PS3 version of Gran Turismo Vision and MotoCross looks better, but this game is clearly the next best thing. PS3 is just going to have better GFX, and there is nothing MS can do, but have the developers take advantage of the 3 3.0 GHz cores the best to their ability and make games look better than PGR3 in two years. It makes me wanna save up for PS3 now. I am unsure if gamers this generation will be as true to their system (the PS2) as last generation since the PS2 had a huge following and the worst gfx (if you don’t count DC), but still had those 10/10 in GFX ratings like Resident Evil 4, God of War, Metal Gear Solid 3, Tekken 5, and Gran Turismo 4. X360 must have a single game that has a perfect graphics score before the system dies. In 2005 only 4 games managed to get a 9/10 in graphics (Dead or Alive 4, Call of Duty 2, Project Gotham Racing 3 and Kameo). The rest got 8/10 in graphics in reviews.

You’ll go into tunnels, see high resolution textures on buildings and stuff and the draw rate is impressive right now. There is nothing better in arcade or home console on the market. That Outrun 2 arcade game using Xbox hardware and F-Zero AX using Triforce hardware is no longer top of the line graphics, although still above average in arcades which is okay, because it implies that the law of dimensioning returns is true. Don’t blame Xbox 360 generation. Blame advance technology or complain technology is too advance for videogames. If that is your problem than you’re one of those retro gamers that play old consoles today and find it fun. That’s the main difference between us and them!

The Kutos

The Kutos existed in Metropolis Street Racer for DC also developed by Bizzare Creations. Kutos are trick points and are spent between drifting, winning points, # of cone driven through in a role exactly like Project Gotham 1 and 2. In this game like other games before it, it is important to pull of drifting tricks while staying in 1st place. Not playing it on "very easy" nor "very hard", but instead at the medium/average/normal level.

The Music.

The music is in Dolby Digital Live 5.1 Surround using 64 channels of the X360s sound hardware. The music genres include electronica, hiphop, dark electronica, Alternative Rock, and classical, Japanese pop. You can choose to shuffle all tracks, play one genre or listen to your own music off the USB port. The Intro FMV soundtrack is some kind of trance too. There has got to be 12 songs in each genre making it 75 songs in all!

The engine sounds are all great and realistic. Better than anything I hear in the real world. The crowd cheers me on with those semi horns in the background crystal clear

The Gameplay

You have speeds above 160 MPH on street tracks in tropical locations, London, and New York, New York. The cars responds quickly to the Xbox 360 controller which drift like rally cars. Making this on the boarder line of Xbox and Xbox 360. It’s using mostly current Xbox generation game play mechanics, but it’s a launch title and a pretty damn good one. If you think Xbox launch was better because it had Halo, it is true. However, X360 does have Halo 3 coming out. The right analog stick is not used at all because it is a racing game (unless some 3rd party comes with an analog pad with controls on the opposite side, but it’s not true yet) You start the game with an incredibly thick wad of cash and are allowed to choose from some of the "lower end" cars that the game has to offer. In my case, I had to suffer through the purchase of a Class B "street illegal" GTR as a low end car.

Conclusion (not on average)

9.2 out of 10.

Wednesday, February 1, 2006

Goodbye and so long Gizmondo! Installing SuSe 10 on almost every PC. Top 50 selling PS2 Games of 2k5

I found that Irn Bru (Iron Brew in World War II era) is illegal in the United States, but Mountain Dew (the Pepsi soft drink) is illegal in UK and her common wealth realms. Mt. Dew is my favorite citrus drink.

In recent news, TigerTelematics which launched the 64-bit Gizmondo handheld will file bankruptcy on January 31st. In the United States, you can buy a region free Gizmondo in mall strips. This handheld’s software is many many times worst than PSP’s small selection of games. Sony wasn’t the one that went bankrupted were they. The executives of TigerTelematics received millions dollars each for founding the company. The handheld had no worthy games. The Gizmondo 2 prototype has 128 MiB of RAM and basically as powerful as the Tapwave Zodiac 2.

In layman terms, “Haha, Gizmondo sucks. They deserved going bankrupted! Hahahahaha ha ha ha.”

For the price of one Xbox, I can buy 3 or 4 videogames so buying an Xbox isn’t worth it. In fact the only reason I’d buy an Xbox is because I don’t know how to replace the laser piece and would require a soldiering gun to get the static resistant goop off it. Next, I need a credit card handy (which my parents refuse to do) to paid for one online. That Xbox 360 really diminished my spending this month too. It was worth it to support the next generation games. It’s suppose to be the best videogame console ever (in fact it is to me), but I am playing Lunar 2 on PS1 and Halo on PC.

Games coming out this month I want.

• Grandia 3 (PS2)
• Winning Eleven 9 (PS2, Xbox)
• Elder Scrolls 4 Oblivion (Xbox 360, PC)

I downloaded the 586i HDD installation DVD of Suse Linux 10 for my only friend Randy, but he refuses to install it on his computer. I mentioned Suse is free and dual bootable. He says me better not saying his computer is too slow. I’ll try to give it to him anyways. I mentioned it comes loaded with Firefox 1.0.6. You’ll see Windows XP on every computer in office, school, and business including all my computers at home. It’s getting kind of crazy. The only reason you’d see Linux is in terminal using in WITC’s Linux class. When I was there the foundation was Redhat 8.0, but WITC should have by now changed to either Knoppix 4.0 or Suse 10. I missed that school, but it would take a long time to pass CCNA 1 and 2. Last time I tried, I almost got a B- on CCNA1

I am installing Suse 10 on my custom PC which has an Athlon XP 2800 and 786 MiB of RAM and a 200 GiB Serial ATA hard drive because Suse is cleaner, more stable and faster program launching than Windows XP. Memory management is much better. At least 128 MiB less resources used at any given time.

Halo on my SysteMax Hellcat was running fluidly at 1248x1024. This exceptional Xbox first person shooter plays good on PC and I had it on normal, but my skill demolished over the time I was playing RPGs on console. The Havok engine actually looks dated (but it came out in 2003) but it’s still decent looking with no Geforce 7800 GTX anti-analysing support……not an issue. Game play is where it’s all at, and it plays like Halo on Xbox! That’s a very good thing. The graphics don’t look any better than playing Halo on the Dell Dimension XPS with the Radeon 9800 XT, but the frame rate improved. The game doesn’t take advantage of the new technologies in the Geforce 7800 GTX due to compatibility with DX 9.0a video cards. DX9 was released by M$ in late 2002. Games coming out in 2006 require DX 9.0c.

My friend said he is coming over day after tomorrow to my house so I have a gaming partner finally. I have to earn $40 for an extra Xbox 360 controller for Randy. The two AA batteries in the controller lasted me 6 hrs without dieing! That’s a good thing.

And for random gaming facts here is the ranking of software sold for Playstation 2 in 2005

1. Madden NFL 06 (Electronic Arts 2.95m)
2. Gran Turismo 4 (SCEA 1.5m )
3. NCAA Football 06 (Electronic Arts 1.13m)
4. Star Wars Battlefront II (LucasArts 1.10m )
5. MVP Baseball 2005 (Electronic Arts 970k)
6. Star Wars Episode III (LucasArts 931k )
7. NBA Live 06 (Electronic Arts 826k)
8. LEGO Star Wars (Eidos 808k)
9. SmackDown vs. RAW '06 (THQ 758k )
10. God of War( SCEA 740k)x
11. Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Rockstar Games 733k
12. Star Wars Battlefront LucasArts 680k
13. Need for Speed Most Wanted Electronic Arts 677k 14. SOCOM 3: U.S. Navy SEALs SCEA 665k
15. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Rockstar Games 656k
16. Tony Hawk's American Wasteland Activision 629k
17. Call of Duty 2: Big Red One Activision 589k
18. Major League Baseball 2K5 2K Games 547k
19. Burnout 3: Takedown Electronic Arts 520k
20. 50 Cent: Bulletproof Vivendi 490k
21. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi Atari 488k
22. Sonic Mega Collection Plus SEGA 468k
23. Fight Night Round 2 Electronic Arts 443k
24. Need for Speed Underground 2 Electronic Arts 440k
25. Mercenaries Electronic Arts 440k
26. Blitz: The League Midway 420k
27. Madden NFL 2005 Electronic Arts 404k
28. Ratchet:Deadlocked SCEA 395k
29. NBA Live 2005 Electronic Arts 395k
30. NFL Street 2 Electronic Arts 390k
31. NBA Street V3 Electronic Arts 384k
32. Jak 3 SCEA 383k
33. Tekken 5 Namco 382k
34. Soulcalibur III Namco 382k
35. Peter Jackson's King Kong Ubisoft 376k
36. Ratchet and Clank: Up Your Arsenal SCEA 371k
37. Madagascar Activision 371k
38. WWE SmackDown vs. RAW THQ 363k
39. Devil May Cry 3 Capcom 362k
40. Medal of Honor: European Assault Electronic Arts 360k
41. Call of Duty: Finest Hour Activision 360k
42. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 06 Electronic Arts 356k
43. Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves SCEA 350k
44. MX vs. ATV Unleashed THQ 350k
45. World Championship Poker Crave Entertainment 343k
46. Destroy All Humans THQ 342k
47. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005 Electronic Arts 341k
49. Need for Speed Underground Electronic Arts 323k
50. DDR Extreme 2 Konami 311k