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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Come check out MakeUseOf’s Technophilia podcast, it might just be the funniest and most entertaining podcast you’ve ever heard.
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As someone who currently has more than a dozen systems hooked up to one TV through a series of switcher boxes, I have to say the idea of the Retron 5 is quite appealing.
When you put the best fighting game players around the world in one place, you’re bound to get some special fights, and those are the battles we are going to look at today.
Looking for a complete piece of software to manage your photo collection? Ashampoo Photo Commander 12 does everything you could ask of a piece of photo software. See whether it’s worth the investment.
If you’ve ever gone out shopping for PC gaming peripherals, it’s likely you would have encountered SteelSeries products.
It’s easy to see that 2015 just might be the best year for video games that we’ve ever had, even rivaling 1998, the year generally regarded as the greatest.
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When you think of Rockstar Games, the first thing that probably comes to mind is Grand Theft Auto. But the company has done so much more.
Is it a puzzle game? Is it an RPG? It’s both!
We’ve decided to grab an $1,800 MSI GS70 StealthPro-024 gaming laptop and see how well it can compare to a desktop.
E3 2014 has come and gone. Now that the dust has settled, it’s time to remember the games we thought would be at E3, but sadly, were missing in action.
Just because a game is cheap, doesn’t mean that it can’t feature gameplay that keeps you hooked. These PSN games are so addicting you won’t be able to stop playing.
With all the crimes we commit in our video games, it’s a nice change of pace to be the one actually ridding the streets of the criminals instead of the other way around.