Dave LeClair (Twitter) is MakeUseOf's gaming editor, who has a love for games on console, PC, mobile, handheld, and any electronic device that is capable of playing video games! For game review requests, shoot an email to the address below.
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Imgur’s meme generator has been launched for iOS with its dedicated MemeGen app, making it easy for users to create and host meme images in one place.
Twitter’s tailored audiences allows advertisers to filter the massive audience available on Twitter. Now, Twitter is expanding the program to allow advertisers to target users based on email addresses and user IDs.
StubHub has long been the leader in the massive second-hand ticket market, but Razorgator is a site making serious waves in the scene.
Welcome to MakeUseOf’s Video Game Hub, the weekly news show where we count top the top five news stories from the busy world of video games. A new episode airs each and every Friday. We keep up with the latest video games news, so you don’t have to.
When is a mouse pad more than just a mouse pad? When you are trying to push your gaming skill to its very limit, and every little detail is critical to achieving maximum performance.
The pacing of a turn-based strategy game is perfect for playing on the go, and Hunters 2 delivers on that in so many ways.
Businesses who use Google as their email provider via Google Apps can now be contacted using the “Email via Google+” button. However, admins must enable this feature via the Admin panel.
This week: net neutrality is struck down by a US appeals court, meaning the companies that make the richest country on earth suffer through some of the slowest Internet access among developed countries now have even more power. What could possibly go wrong? An academic paper says killer robots are all but inevitable, barring the leaders of the world putting their own interests aside in order to work for the common good of humanity. So yeah: all but inevitable. And, on the lighter side of things, EA did what it said was impossible: offer an offline version of SimCity, a single player game.
Anyone who in even remotely into classic video games has heard of Magfest, which takes place each year in Maryland, USA. But there’s more to the convention than just the retro stuff. In fact, there is something there for any kind of geek, even those who could not care less about video games. And we’ve caught it on tape.
We’re reunited and it feels…okay.
We are going to show you how to play imported Japanese games on your US NTSC Super Nintendo. The process is far easier than you might think.
Infinity Blade III has hit the App Store, but how does it stack up compared with the fantastic experience brought about by the prequels?
Hey you! Do you like getting awesome games without spending a lot of money? Of course you do! Well, did you know that GOG, the number one site for downloading older PC games, actually offers a ton of games for below $5, specifically those in the point and click adventure genre
We have had time to play with the Xgaming X-Arcade Solo joystick, but does it stack up to the best arcade sticks on the market?
We are going to take a look at some of the best general gaming channels that will keep you entertained for hours on end through engaging video game content.