This has happened to me quite a few times, getting banned for system mods or cheating in a game offline. So now your console is banned from playing online, well it’s banned from playing on their servers. So if you know anything about tunneling you can still get back online with your system. It may on be on the big networks, but you still can get online an that is what really matters. This was real big with the old xbox, and I still use them to this day. There is a list of tunneling software I still like to use.
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Hello there, everyone. Before announcing the winner (sorry to anybody who participated) I would quickly like to apologize for how late this is.
Welcome to week two of my seventeen week giveaway. This week you could be up for the chance of winning the steam key for Burnout Paradise: The Ultimate Box.
Hello again everyone! I hope you’re all happy with your new Battlefields and all of the rest humble bundle pack. In this new article I will explain the best legal ways of getting free apps and games for the iPhone.
Do you like free things? Sure you do. Everyone likes free, right!? Well, this is the place for you. Read on to find out how you could win free games for the next eighteen weeks. Yep, you read that correctly!
The Sims is an iconic game series that first came out in February of the year 2000 and has since sold over one hundred and fifty million copies, but of course, you need no introduction to the series.
So, how would you like to be in with the chance to win this game thanks to the forum user EvilGrin who kindly donated this game and three expansion packs (High End Loft Stuff, Late Night and Date Night)?
Using a Raspberry Pi for reto I know, that it’s underpowered for quite a few different emulators. I’m very surprised what you can play on it . When you first buy a Rasberry PI, you will have to download their free os called Raspbian. Then you can sign up to the PI store, so you can download all kind of apps. They have four good classic gaming emulators available, all of them are free downloads: MAME4ALL , PiSNES — Super NES emulator, Pcsx_reARMed — PlayStation1, Atari800 — Atari 8-bit computers (800, XL, XE, etc.)
Sony have once again amused me. Initially, when the PlayStation Mobile thing came into being it was free for people to become developers, then they saw that they could make even more money out of it, and began to charge somewhere in the region of £70-90 annually (these are rough figures based on memory), and now, they’re stating that it’s possible to get it free again, but for a limited period, as we’ve mentioned a few weeks ago.
I personally think that everyone should sign up for this; even if you’ve no programming knowledge whatsoever. Why you may ask? Well, it opens up a lot for you. People can and have utilize this to make various applications that can aide the user.
Over the past six weeks, Sony have been giving away free PSM games. For the entire week the games have been free, and finally the end is upon us. This week a game that I have been wishing for from the very beginning has become free, so if you have access to PSN via your Vita or any other Mobile Device, then you should definitely take the time to download it. Read the rest of this entry »
After my previous article many people were wondering whether the extended PSN maintenance would also bring some sort of stealth Firmware update and that Sony would be offering free games to entice people into upgrading from their Uno or previous exploits. Well, this was not the case.
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As of today Sony are giving away a free PSM game away each week for you to enjoy. This can be used on various devices such as the PlayStation Vita, Sony Ericsson Phones or their Tablets.
When Sony’s PSP first appeared on TV ads prior to its launch, it was advertised as a online gaming device that would bring people together.
… who would have thought that Sony’s interpretation of online gaming device means less than 10 online playable games in its whole lifetime… (talking about fail product placement here)
To bring that bit of extra fun that online gaming is to more titles… Team PRO has built the scene a own alternative online gaming network, with a tiny bit more than just 10 supported titles.
It goes by the name of Prometheus, is funded by linkbucks ads as well as community donations, and promises to blow new life into your old games. Read the rest of this entry »