For quite a while now there have been a few different ways to program a Raspberry Pi as a a console emulator for some retro gaming action.  The latest version of the Pi at this point (version 3) is a fantastic basis for emulation, with plenty of USB ports, HDMI out and enough processing power […]

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If you’ve played Fallout New Vegas you’ve probably, at some point, tried to enter the Brotherhood of Steel base in Forbidden Valley without success. The trick is to either stumble upon a fallen Brotherhood scribe and retrieve his wares or to find a companion who is familiar with the BoS. Check out the video below […]

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FALLOUT 4 ANNOUNCED

  • Jun 06, 2015

War….. War never changes.

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REVIEW: ROCKSMITH 2014

REVIEW: ROCKSMITH 2014

  • Jan 04, 2014

It’s like Guitar Hero…. But real I’ve been trying to learn to play the guitar for about 7 years now, but if I’m honest I’ve never really gotten past a few basic chords and riffs.

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REVIEW: GRAND THEFT AUTO V

  • Sep 18, 2013

Lets all move to Los Santos

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Open world to the extreme. Like most people, I was expecting something amazing from Rockstar when it comes to GTA5.  After all, it’s already been delayed from the Spring until September because Rockstar wanted to make sure that it was the best game they could produce.

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REVIEW: HAUPPAUGE HD PVR 2 – GAMING EDITION PLUS

Dude, I totally P0wned this n00b last night… Most have my gaming friends have approached me at some point and started a conversation with the above (we’re gamers, there’s no time for pleasantries like “how are you?”).  Strangely the description of events never seems to warrant the enthusiasm with which it’s delivered, it seems that […]

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Legitimate regret, or clever PR? Microsoft raised a few eyebrows with their initial Xbox One announcement when they proclaimed that the new console would be subject to much tougher restrictions on when, where and how you would play your games.

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Partnership with Xi3 announced at CES There’s been talk for months that Valve would be releasing a “Set-top” box to use with their Steam software, the biggest online PC gaming service around.

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