It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that the Vita is not performing well in the marketplace. The prevailing public opinion seems to be that “there aren’t any games for it,” and that “it is too expensive.” Are these claims true? The purpose of this article is to examine the Vita, and to determine its strengths (and weaknesses) and how Sony could shore up sales of the Vita. Read the rest of this entry »
How many times have you imagined, going anywhere and not having to even look at your phone to answer a call. How many times have we dreamed of speaking and having a machine translate it for you? How many times have we imagined having computers in every (no, smartphones don’t count) part of our life? Well, it is all finally here! So, what should we expect? and what is the general opinion on this device? Lets find out Read the rest of this entry »
If you ever dally in the world of PC gaming, there is one thing for sure: at some point, you will need to upgrade your video card.
Hey everyone! Episode 2 of Trololo talks now, this week we will be discussing predicting the future in games! (a.k.a. predictable moments)
Almost one year ago, I announced that Wagic was put on hold. Although we haven’t made a release in a year, our devs and community have been busy adding features and cards regularly. None of the members of the core dev team have the time to drive a full “beta test + release” process anymore, but it doesn’t mean there shouldn’t be any more release. Therefore, I’ve decided to open a thread on the Wagic forums where people can regularly submit builds from the SVN. “By the community, for the community”.
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Those of you who hare expecting a hack of the Wii U might have been expecting news from the fail0verflow hacking team recently. In one of his rare (but always insightful) blog posts, fail0verflow’s Marcan gave his opinion on the future of console hacking and homebrew in general, as well as the current status (and in depth details) of fail0verflow’s Wii U hack. Assuming his opinion of the current status of console hacking is shared by many hackers, the future of homebrew is not really bright.
Hey, this week I got plenty of news for you. We got the release date of Fifa, Bethesda announced a new game for their ‘wolfenstein’ IP and Sega are publishing 5 Vita titles this year!
Note: These opinions are the author’s alone. Don’t go yelling at Wololo because you don’t agree with me. That’s all!
On Saturday at EuroGamer, an article was posted that argued that the proper way to enjoy a game is on the hardware it was designed for. Now, I love EuroGamer. It’s a great site, and EuroGamer’s Digital Foundry articles are especially neat to a geek like me. But this article went against everything I stand for as far as games go. PSOne classics on a Vita or PS3 are not a valid way to enjoy PSOne games? I shouldn’t play the 3DS version of Ocarina of Time because it isn’t how the developer originally intended the game to be played? In the next few paragraphs, I will offer a different perspective: one where emulation is not only a valid way to play games, but a good thing for classic gaming overall. Read the rest of this entry »
Total_Noob’s popular TN-V and TN-C have been ported to the recent Apache Overkill exploit. This is for those of you who happen to have Apache Overkill on 2.02 and below only. Read the rest of this entry »
The Playstation blog has just announced that you can now become a Playstation Mobile developer for free, without the fee of $99/£65/€80 which is great, in the blog they state ‘this summer’, in Britain, it doesn’t exactly look like summer at the moment, but nevertheless this is great news! Read the rest of this entry »
PRO CFW developer wth (aka yosh) has decided to release a beta version of ARK eCFW for all known exploits and firmwares up to 2.02.
This eCFW has been locked down to only UNO users until now.
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In 3D gaming, polygons are everything. Much has changed since the early days of 3D gaming, but if you compare an early 3D game (like Doom) to a current game (like Crysis 3), the biggest difference you will see is the number of polygons on the screen.
After receiving my $20 PSN card from Sony for no apparent reason, spending it all, and then find a sweet deal on the ratchet and clank collection US store, I was determined to get some more credit to buy the collection. I wasn’t sure how to though. So after some research, I found a few websites like the ones I have listed below and will be showing you what I found!