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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.
This week on Technophilia, MakeUseOf’s Chief Visionary Officer Jackson Chung sits down with the crew to discuss the latest in technology nonsense. News is a little slow this week, so we’ll talk about some of the biggest new gadgets and news stories that broke over the last 356 days.
The Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Wii are all slowly being sent off to pasture. It’s not a time of sadness. Instead, it’s a time to look back on all of the awesome things that the most recent console generation brought to gamers.
Target has just confirmed that a hack could have compromised the credit card information for up to 40 million customers that have shopped in its US stores between November 27th and December 15th of 2013.
If you are looking for a little more than just pointing and shooting or mindlessly blowing through hordes of enemies, strategy games, and specifically those of the 4X variety, are perfect for you.
This week: Facebook plans on putting autoplay video ads in your timeline. Will this be the last straw for Facebook users? No! But we’ll still complain. Twitter changes how blocking works, then changes its mind when users complain. Backpedaling on a policy because your users don’t like it? “That’s weird,” said a statement from Mark […]
Just dropped $500 on an Xbox One and still don’t feel that it is delivering the optimal gaming experience for you? Don’t worry, you can run out and get some accessories to make things even better.