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Consider a universal controller that works throughout all of your gadgets and with each video game ever made. Imagine no more. The All-Controller is here. Nicely nearly. The Kickstarter campaign to turn this concept right into a reality is up and walking. The ALL customizable and universal game controller works with computers, game consoles and mobile devices, and its buttons are programmable. The ALL is a versatile, universal wireless game controller that measures 155 x 112 x 63mm (6.1 x 4.4 x 2.5 inches) and weighs 232g (0.5 lbs). As...

Posted on Feb 6 2017 - 9:23am by admin
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If you’re the kind of game player that spends a lot of time on trains, buses, planes etc. then it is worthwhile having a good selection of app games to keep you entertained on these journeys. Gone are the days when you were severely limited to the range of games you can play on your phone or other device. Thanks to the launch of game apps, you now have a fantastic set of choices. Lets look at some of the best free and paid games that are currently available for downloading as apps: Paid – The current top 5 paid games on the App Store...

Sony has finally announced a new slim version of PlayStation 4 during its event in New York City. The machine is both smaller and a more power-efficient, but it adds no support for 4K video. However, all PlayStation 4 machines will get HDR compatibility via a firmware update that coming later this month. The new PS4 Slim is exactly what the name implies; it’s a sleeker and slimmer version of the original PlayStation 4 hardware. This is the first time that the original 2013 PS4 console has been given a redesign. It edges are rounder with...

The Oculus Rift is undoubtedly the start of something special – a new form of machine interaction that sows the seeds for not just a gaming revolution, but a social and technological one too. The Rift has dual 1,080 x 1,200 pixel AMOLED screens, one for each eye, with a refresh 90Hz rate. On top of that Oculus insists that games should run at a constant 90 frames per sec (fps) to match the screens’ refresh rate But gaming has always been the primary focus of the Oculus Rift and thankfully it does not disappoint. There are 30 launch...

Posted on Mar 15 2016 - 7:57am by admin
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If you have a gaming room in your home, you need to make sure that you have the right kit to put in it. There is no one way to enjoy gaming if you don’t have the right equipment. Plasma TV You need to have a TV to play your games on, and a plasma is the best. Many people argue that they are not as good as other TV options, but don’t listen to those people. If you want a bright image when you’re playing your latest new games, then you really need a nice plasma screen TV. There are many different size options to consider. And...

Mobile gaming is a multi-billion dollar industry. Phones and tablets are now wildly popular platforms for video games. One of the reasons for this is how accessible mobile game development is. Have you considered making your own mobile game? All the hardware you need is right there in your pocket. There are several ways you could go about it. You could get yourself familiar with programming, or you could make a game without using code. First step: what kind of game do you want to make? You should decide what type of game you want to make....

Posted on Jan 21 2016 - 5:08am by Patrick Henry
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Oxenfree’s gameplay depends on investigating the island’s structures, caverns and pathways, or on tuning an old-school transistor radio which, at the right recurrence, will bring about particular impacts. Past this you’ll locate the odd test or forager chase, while some frightful, antiquated cassette decks need working physically to play a tune at a specific rate. In case you’re after legitimate riddles, head for Double Fine’s Broken Age or Sierra’s King’s Quest restoration; you aren’t going...

Franchises have become an important part of video game culture. As far back as we can remember, successful games were given the green light for sequels that then evolved into entire series. Some of them failed to live up to the hype. Nothing more than money grabbing attempts to cash in on otherwise good games. And, as well we know, you can’t capture lightning in a bottle. Others, though, found even more success. With every follow-up came another epic journey, just as enjoyable as the last. Here at TechnoStuffs, we want to pay homage...

Exactly when you believed Nintendo’s Mario RPGs couldn’t get any more particular, along comes Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam Bros. Here, the group at AlphaDream subsequent Mario and Luigi Bowser’s Inside Story and the absolutely dreamlike Dream Team with a hybrid title, bringing the universes of consistent Mario and the level as a flapjack 2D Paper Mario together interestingly. At the point when the brothers keep running into inconvenience the amusement changes to a turn-based battle mode. Here you pick assaults from a spinning...

Say what you like about PCs, but the honest gamer will admit one fact. Consoles are never going to catch up with computer gaming. It’s impossible for this to happen. A console is already behind a PC even when it’s released. It can’t match the graphics, the processing speed or anything really. The console will always be the budget option for gaming no matter how expensive they might get. That’s why you might finally be thinking about switching to PC gaming. If you are there are some things you should know about. The Graphics Are...