It’s an exciting time for home entertainment tech, and all eyes are on Valve and their latest series of Steam announcements. Valve is making some huge steps, and you’re going to want to keep up with this one. What’s going on? In a move to bring computer gamers to the living room, Valve has released […]
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If you’re a serious gamer, you’ve probably already got one or more video games consoles in your home, but what about when you’re on the road? Long car rides or lengthy flights are the perfect time to work on your high score, but with so many handheld consoles to choose from, picking the one that’s […]
E3 is arguably one of the most hotly anticipated events in the interactive entertainment industry. Attracting developers and publishers from across the globe, E3 has proven to be a Mecca for video game enthusiasts all over the world. However, last year’s event was roundly criticized for the lackluster announcements that were made, and the absence […]
Despite the continued presence of Nintendo, for most serious gamers, the video game console wars of recent years have been fought between Sony and Microsoft. Boasting more robust game titles and advanced graphics, the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 have divided much of the gaming community over the years, and with both systems’ successors on […]
Remember the classic Atari game Breakout? Google is commemorating the game’s 37th anniversary with a fun, little surprise today. Run a Google image search for “Atari Breakout” and instead of turning up a page of game screenshots, you’ll be treated to a playable version of game! Warning: it’s very addictive. Enjoy!
So, you’ve tricked out your PC with a dedicated GPU, installed more RAM and now you’re ready to get your game on. Before you take your team to the championship in the latest sporting title or conquer the undead hordes in a thrilling first-person shooter, you should seriously consider investing in some gaming accessories. Input […]
There’s something cool about retro/vintage/classic gadgets, but they’re not exactly practical to use. Below are six products that combine the best of both worlds – retro style that’s compatible with modern technology. 1. NES USB Controller This plug-n-play USB controller looks just like the classic NES controller! It features an eight-way directional pad and four digital […]
In 2006, Sony revolutionized home entertainment with the release of the PlayStation 3. Heralded as the most cutting-edge gaming console on the market, the PlayStation 3 took next-generation gaming to a whole new level. Recently, Sony attempted to shake the gaming market up again by officially announcing the highly anticipated PlayStation 4. Let’s take a look at a few of the key […]
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