One of the best things about having a console is messing about with it and finding ways to give it additional features. You can now play roms on your Switch within just a few minutes, if you follow the guide set out below. Now we would never recommend using downloaded roms from the internet, so […]
For years companies have tried to allow all you gamers to play Steam games on your tablets and phones. Until now, they have run into major technical difficulties along the way. These have manifested in the form of lag or insufficient available servers. The most notable company that comes to mind is OnLive – that […]
Regardless of age, everyone knows (or should know) Mario and the popular Super Mario Bros. series of games that has a countless number of fans worldwide. We’ve seen the evolution of this series progress from it’s humble 8-Bit beginnings to modern systems – with no end in sight. However, it’s latest iteration from developer […]
The latest Pokemon Go update, currently being released in the USA, Canada and Australia, looks to improve upon the “Nearby” and make it easier to know exactly which Pokemon are around. And Ditto has finally made an appearance, so it seems that Niantic have some good ideas on how to get the player base interested […]
Although I do prefer playing my games on their original consoles with the correct controller, for modern gaming use – emulators became indispensable to me with the advent of save states.
With London Comic Con 2014 now in my rear-view mirror, I thought I’d take some time to highlight the highs and lows of my experience. As the doors were to open at 9am sharp, I hightailed it there and arrived at about 8am to skip the queues.
After waiting impatiently for the release of Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures, I bought a copy soon after its release and fired it up. I’d watched some gameplay footage and read about the difficulty, but I felt confident in my abilities. With a cold beer at the ready, I picked up
There hasn’t been much in the way of news since the announcement of Attack on Titan receiving a 3DS game, but we’ve finally been spoiled with a bit more news thanks to the October issue of Kodansha’s Bessatsu Shōnen Magazine
So one of my all-time favorite anime’s now has a fan-made game. Some awesome developer has put an Attack on Titan game together using the Unity Engine. The game is clearly still in beta but it’s exciting to have something to mess around with, and it’s pretty challenging too.
Atlas is on it’s way and will bring an affordable holodeck into our living rooms. Star Trek fans should be overjoyed to hear that we can finally step into and explore our fantasy worlds. VR is stepping up in a big way and this Kickstarter project will allow gamers to
Tactical Haptics is a company founded by Professor William Provancher earlier this year. They hope to bring their own version of haptic feedback, called Reactive Grip, to the market. Early viewings of this technology show a lot of potential, but I’m especially interested
The Razer Hydra is the answer for motion gaming on your PC. If you haven’t heard about it already, the Razer Hydra is a high quality device that aims to allow PC gamers to experience accurate motion controls with their favorite PC games.
The Oculus Rift is the latest tech gadget that everyone wants to get there hands on. After an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign, Palmer Luckey’s Oculus Rift is now putting together the dev kits for this amazing new technology.
Taking, not a step, but a leap further than the upcoming Tegra 4, NVIDIA’s Project Logan is looking to redefine graphics on mobile devices and become the best mobile graphics card by a mile. This new technology has only been teased so far, but from the little that’s been seen, it’s amazing what has been achieved so quickly.
Is there such a thing as addiction to video games? Is gaming an addiction? Who decides? As a long time gamer, I’ve heard both sides of this argument, but it’s never been from the people that are truly affected by it. You’ll have members of the public debating whether it’s possible or not, and doctors […]