Just like so many things, video games become a problem when they interfere with other aspects of a normal life. Regardless of your reasons, sometimes kids and teenagers should have their computer access and video game time limited. Here’s some of the ways to do it for free.
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Is there a particular game you’ve been dying to play? Do you know when they come out, and on which platform? We have a handy list right here of all the video games scheduled for September, 2012. We have the scoop on all the major platforms including PC, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Nintendo 3DS and even Apple and Android tablets!
The 360 still works however, and I decided this would be a prime candidate for something I have always been interested in. JTAG-ing. It’s not for the faint of heart.
How does online gaming stack up against online dating? For one, It’s bigger. The biggest dating site (eHarmony) has about 1 million members whereas the #1 online game (World of Warcraft) has over 12 million members.
Is there really any difference to which way you buy the game? There are several things to take into account when considering a Vita game for purchase.
I appreciate that Sony included the ability to create screenshots, but attaching all the legal bullshit to it only helps edify their Nazi-esque anti-consumer image.
The Nintendo 3DS just had its first birthday. If you’re an early adopter of the 3DS then you might want to think about getting some of those weird problems fixed before it is too late.
This article is intended to help you poor souls who need support with their game console. If you follow these rules, then everything will be fine, and if you don’t then things will probably be difficult for you.
According to most game companies, software piracy is very black and white. In this article, we analyze the pros and cons of hacking your console, and provide twelve legitimate reasons to do so.
While we get a lot of traffic from articles about heatsinks, cases, motherboards and other PC hardware, there are just some articles that just shoot past all of the others and really stand out. Listed here are the most popular OCModShop articles from the past decade.
We got a chance to speak with Capcom’s Wes Phillips about the upcoming Marvel vs. Capcom 3 for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Wes was on his way to the airport, but managed to squeeze us in to answer our questions about the new game. It’s been over 10 years since the last Marvel [...]
So you’ve installed that brand new nVidia GeForce GTX 580 and you’re suddently getting an annoying “PHYSX > GPU” message in the top left of your PC game? Older nVidia drivers did not have this enabled by default, so upgrading your drivers (or even migrating from ATI cards) could give you this message. This setting is [...]
For most gamers, Duke Nukem Forever is the longest-running joke in the industry. The game has been vaporware since its original announcement in 1997. There have been a few screenshots of the game in development over the years, but then delayed again as the game switched engines. The final nail in the coffin came last [...]
There was a time when a cracked PSP was an open portal. The warez scene seemed to be one step ahead of Sony, who are extremely zealous about copyright protection, and you could play just about any backup without any hassle. Required firmware updates have trickled down from Sony, each one required to play the latest [...]
For a while you could play nearly any PSP game on a hacked firmware. Within the past few years there have been new games that have required updated firmware in order to play. Even if you had a hacked firmware, you could not play these new games. It has always been a game of cat [...]
Nowadays getting me excited for a game is like getting a porn star horny. I’ve played so much of this crap it’s hard to really jump around for a new title. Nevertheless I have to follow tradition and take a week off for Final Fantasy XIII. I got my game, got my guide (just for [...]
Recently I spoke with Craig Zinkievich, Executive Producer for Star Trek Online. Craig was kind enough to take a few moments from his busy schedule to talk about what gamers can look forward to in future updates for the game. GVK: What features did you wish to include but were unable to? CZ: More PvE [...]