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8 Most Embarrassing Moments in Video Game History

PlayStation Network Shutdown in 2011 Early in 2011, the Playstation Network unexpectedly got shutdown for several weeks after hackers stole 7.7 million accounts worth of personal details and preventing users of PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable consoles from playing online through the service. At the time of the outage, with a count of 77 million registered PlayStation Network accounts, it was one ... Read More »

10 Most Ridiculous Video Games Ever Made

Sneak ‘n Peek (Atari 2600) If you thought this was a game where you played hide-and-go-seek, you would be absolutely right. In this 1982 “classic,” one person has the option of hiding in a room or sneaking out the door to another room, and the other person stumbles around looking for the person who is hiding until the timer runs ... Read More »

14 Tricks & Tips You Need For Xbox One

Make your smart phone the remote control. Stop whatever you are doing and download the free SmartGlass app for Xbox One. With it, your phone becomes a remote control for the Xbox One, one that’s perfect for navigating the console’s Internet Explorer app as you can pinch, zoom and click on links far more easily than you can with a controller. ... Read More »

Comparison of Console Release Costs

With thew new generation of gaming among us, it’s hard to speculate what to expect with a down economy. We can speculate that sales will probably not match the previous generation’s sales, but it very easily could surpass or come very close. Gamers often times find themselves complaining about the cost of consoles and games. But how much has the ... Read More »

Use Your Xbox One & Kinect As Universal Remote

The Xbox One allows you to control your entire entertainment system. Note: There are problems setting up both the Philips 46PFL5907F7 or Sharp Elite PRO-60X5FD; you can still play games, but you’d need the regular remote to change the system’s volume. Step 1: Plug your cable or satellite box into the HDMI-in port on the back of the Xbox One, and connect your HDTV ... Read More »