Monday, May 25, 2009
Wow, I was wrong about updating this more often... To be honest, I have WAY too much going on all at once to be able to update as often as I would like...
Having said that, here is what I currently have going on...
Blu-Ray Reviewer, Video Game New, and Podcaster on www.T4Show.com with Michael Manna.
Writer, Podcaster, Interviewer, Reviewer, ect... on www.worldwrestlinginsanity.com
I can also be found Facebook.com/rdlee, Myspace.com/rdlee and finally Twitter.com/rdlee. So if you have any of these social networking sites, add me, follow me, enter my life. I would be glad to have you on there as well.
Anyways, I will try and leave something on here whenever possible, so have a good week, Nailbunny!
Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Download Pack 2
Available Thursday on PlayStation Network and Xbox LIVE Marketplace
Price: $4.99 on PlayStation Network, 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE
Vader - playable Superstar
Earthquake - playable Superstar
Doink the Clown - playable Superstar
Bushwhacker Butch - playable Superstar
Bushwhacker Luke - playable Superstar
Sunday, April 12, 2009
Man I need to post more often, what's the point in keeping a blog if I never update?
I have been busy doing things for other sites like The T4 Show, Twitter and now Club WWI... And it's been a pleasure... and I will also plug my pals at BoredWrestlingFan.com just because they seem to name drop me all the time too! lol.
From here on out, I will make more of an effort to put something up sometime so at least Nail Bunny can comment on it all by himself... lol. (Thanks pal!)
One last thing, I have a new audio going up on ClubWWI.com today or tommorrow with a special guest, "The Easter Bunny"!!! Actually, its not the Easter Bunny, but is a "Mystery Guest" that you'll need to tune in to hear! We discuss countless things like WM25, Twitter, and Our WWE Draft predictions... Check it out when you get a chance and let me know what you think!
Have a good one guys!
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
RDLee is a host of his own audio show on ClubWWI.com!
It's a cool new show called "The Ratings Are In" where I talk about pretty much everything including video games, wrestling, movies, and whatever else is going on in the world today!
I will also be making the best attempt to secure some great co-hosts in the future that you will have to hear to believe!
My first guest was my good friend and wrestling trainer/booker for the EWF, Cincinatti Red. We talked about his title win over WWE Hall of Famer, Terry Funk, his taste in games, his thoughts on Wrestlemania 25 and much, much more!
Go sign up at ClubWWI.com and tell JG that RDLee sent you!
Monday, March 2, 2009
Former WWE superstar Bobby Lashley’s opponent for “March Badness” — a hybrid mixed martial arts and boxing event being put on by former boxing champion Roy Jones Jr. — will be none other than UFC Hall-of-Famer and fellow former WWE superstar, Ken Shamrock (27-13-2), according to BloodyElbow.com.
The pay-per-view (PPV) event will take place at the Pensacola Civic Center in Pensacola, Fla., on March 21.
Lashley is an absolute monster, weighing in right around the 265-pound heavyweight limit for his fights. He destroyed Joshua Franklin in under a minute during his MMA debut last December with devastating takedowns and a ground-and-pound that opened up a nasty fight ending gash on Franklin’s head.
One of the newest members of the prestigious American Top Team, Lashley has a rare blend of size, freakish athleticism and blazing quickness. He’s going to be a handful for anybody in a fight, let alone a 45-year-old man who’s lost 8 of his last 11 contests and hasn’t beaten a decent heavyweight since submitting Bas Rutten nearly 14 years ago.
The truth is, this is probably a more difficult match-up for Shamrock than even Kimbo Slice was when they were scheduled to lock horns last October, simply because of Lashley’s versatility as a decorated amateur wrestler and his overall explosiveness.
Monday, February 9, 2009
Sorry, I haven't posted in a while. My only cousin died last week and I have been dealing with everything related to that inside and out. Anyways, I am thrilled to announce that Capcom has officially announced the sequel to one of my favorire Xbox 360 games ever.
Official word from IGN.com
Capcom today revealed that Dead Rising 2 is in development for the Xbox 360 and also the PS3 and PC platforms. The new game is being produced by Capcom's Keiji Inafune and developed by members of the original game's team in partnership with Canada's Blue Castle Games. No release date has been set.
The sequel will take place several years after the zombie invasion of Willamette. The original virus escaped containment and has now spread throughout the entire country. Players will now have to combat tens of thousands of zombies and explore the new "gambling paradise" of Fortune City. The designers also promise that there will be lots of new objects you can use to kill the zombies. We're guessing bludgeoning them to death with slot machines or shooting them with slices of $5.99 prime rib are going to be high on the list.
Friday, January 2, 2009
taken from G4TV.com
"Thanks to a member of the internet forum NeoGaf, we have one of our favorite gaming fail stories EVAR. It all began when "HUELEN10's" neighbors decided to get a Wii for their family. Knowing their neighbor was a gamer, they asked for some recommendations on games they should purchase that the whole family could enjoy. Along with a few retail games, "HUELEN10" also recommended purchasing some Virtual Console games, as they had bought a Classic Controller to go with their new Wii.
Here's where it gets awesome.
"HUELEN10" explained to the wife and mother of the house next door that she could get Virtual Console games by going into the Wii Shop channel, putting in her credit card when prompted to do so, and purchasing the amount of Nintendo Points she needs to cover the games she wants. Well, "HUELEN10" got a phone call from said lady neighbor saying that the Wii wasn't working and she needs help. What was the issue?
The woman physically put 3 credit cards into the disc slot of her Wii. No joke. When the credit card number prompt came up on the screen, the woman jammed a credit card into the system, and then another, and then another. There is a Wii out there with no less that 3 credit cards forced into the disc slot because the owner thought that was how you purchase Nintendo Points. Worst part about it, the idiot lady neighbor expects "HUELEN10" to pay for the repairs. Good luck with that."