Twitch the popular platform for broadcasting and viewing videogames announced that they will be launching their new Mobile Software Development Kit (SDK). This will allow game developers to enable their iOS and Android games to be broadcasted directly from consumers their mobile devices. Read the rest of this entry »
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Here is a topic I often talk to other gamers about, though most couldn’t care less until they’re system doesn’t work anymore.
Passed off with ether an “I’ll do it later” or a “I don’t want to break it”, nether of which will ever happen, never to be thought of again until the system is dead and all those games, saves, and spent data bandwidth are now as worthless as a paperweight.
Well protecting your gaming system starts the moment you get the shiny new thing out the store glass case.
Protection measures differ from home console and handhelds with their requirements and ability to protect the console.
I’m hoping to make a guide for both home consoles and a few handheld consoles (they differ so much.)
It has been about 2 months now since PPSSPP had their last release and November 1st marked the one year anniversary of PPSSPP. ”While nothing is perfect, there have been plenty of improvements since the last release, and thanks to all of the contributors!” Here are a few thing that have been fixed with the release of 0.9.5
During the PS3 era gamers worldwide were introduced to Zen Studios‘ pinball games. This developer managed to serve fans pinball versions of some of the world’s most beloved franchises in pop culture. Franchises Star Wars, Avengers, X-men, Spiderman ect. If you have played a pinball game on either PS3 or PS Vita chances are good you played one of Zen Studios‘ games. Read the rest of this entry »
The DS4 controller is out already, and a a lot of people have picked one up. So did you just buy a DS4 controller for the upcoming PS4 release and would like to use it on your PS3, PC or Android device for right now.
Well I did a quick connectivity test to see which ones the ds4 controller would work with today.
So, made quite an ironic discovery, the mono team, responsible for making the .NET framework available on most devices and for bringing out its potential with things like Mono.Simd (hardware accelerated vector math) and Monogame, an open source port of the now abandoned XNA Framework has recently announced that they will also be bringing the framework to the PlayStation 4, the ironic part is that the .NET Framework is the most requested feature for the Xbox One and there are no details about whether it will be ported and considering that the .NET Framework is Microsoft’s baby and PlayStation is their direct competitor, it’s just sad (for Microsoft)
So far, this is only for PS4 developers so unlike PSM, the PS4 port will have access to the full power of the platform.
Hello everyone! Changing a bit from PSVita and PS4 to one of the most used operating system for smartphones: Android. Many of you probably have got one of these with Android. Basically, because the alternative is the iPhone and it’s not what we can describe as “cheap”. (I don’t name Windows Phone ’cause it’s not very popular, at least here in Europe). So, going back to the title, I’m going to show you the different ways of having an Android emulator for PC. Yes, you read right, you can have Android 4.0 working perfectly on your computer screen. Ready? Let’s go!
At the kickoff of Tokyo Game Show 2013 Sony held a keynote speech where the company’s big-wigs re-iterated their vision for next gen and how the PlayStation brand as a whole aims to entertain gamers in the future. We also get to see the President of Sony’s Worldwide Studios flick Knack off his phone into a game. Read the rest of this entry »
Hey everybody! [Hi Dr. Nick!] So this week, I’ve got the monthly competition which includes Battlefield 3, Sims 3, Dead Space 3 and more. But news wise however, it turns out that you can plug any headphone/earphone into the DS4 and hear all of the games audio, there’s a new Conversations with Creators video that this time focuses on Knack and interviews Mark Cerny and Yasuke Watanabe. Also Sony now have a new studio and their mandate is to bring ports, localisations, and also new IP’s
The PPSSPP (psp emulator), just updated right after I posted a working game list. The best part of this update is you can use a third party controller on your android device now. It even has a how to download psp and homebrew games section. So far it fixes many issues with a lot of the games, that I tested. So it’s been Nearly two months of no releases are over, and a new PPSSPP is out. As always, there have been incredible progress:
Vita owners who feel their handheld isn’t getting the AAA support they expected might be getting their fix from an unexpected source. Project Phoenix is a Kickstarter funded game made by a development all-star cast. Allow me to explain.
Android, playing PSP games with the PPSSPP emulator. I’m going to jump right into it, you will either need a dual core or quad core processor in your phone. I would recommend that it is rooted and use CPU master app to make your device run at top speed to get the best results from the PSP emulator (PPSSPP) on your Android device.
Note from wololo: This blog focuses mostly on video games, console hacking and programming. Once in a while we come up with something that’s slightly different from our “core themes”, such as the article below. Let us know in the comments if you’d like to see more of these… or if you’d rather not.
Do you use minutes on your phone and data on your tablet? Are you always worried about going over your minutes or want to use your tablet as a phone. Well I have the app for you it’s called Groove IP.
So what is Groove IP?
Do you game a lot on the on your android devices? Well there is a great app for you, “the Sixaxis”. It will let you play all your favorite games and emulator with your ps3 controller.
Physics! Uhn! What is it good for? Absolutely . . . er, quite a lot, actually.
Physics in games is one of those strange things that you don’t notice until it stops working right. Example: in older games, where physics processing was not a big deal, no matter how an enemy was shot, he fell with the same pre-canned animation. This is actually more realistic than modern games; people do not fly backwards when shot like in the movies. But the point is, the animation was not dynamic, resulting in a death animation that did not look right.