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The GameCube had a solid library with plenty of games that are both fun to play and sought after by collectors today.
Today’s iOS marketplace is filled with free-to-play games that provide a small taste of the game, followed by in-app purchases that suck your soul dry. Wayward Souls is nothing like that.
There are lots of websites on the Internet dedicated to the love of retro gaming. Those websites are exactly what we are looking at today. If you love retro gaming, these websites will be perfect for you!
Steam In-Home Streaming, a feature that allows users to broadcast their games from one computer in their home to another, is now available for all Steam users to use.
To put it simply, there’s no better way to play games on your Xbox One than with the SCUF One Elite.
Welcome to Video Game Hub, the only show you need to keep with the ever changing world of video games. We break down the top stories from the world of video games, so you can have your finger on the pulse of the gaming world. This week, we learn talk about the possibility of YouTube buying Twitch […]
The community around Goat Simulator is just as crazy as the developers themselves, and with the game being open to mods, even more nonsense has popped up.
The controller is the first point of contact between a player and the game, but we took issue with the Xbox One’s new controller. A company called Evil Controllers is here to fix that.
This week, we learn about the next Unreal Tournament game, we find out that Diablo 3 Ultimate Evil Edition is coming to PS4, Xbox One, PS3, and Xbox 360 in August, and EA is taking down online servers for dozens of older games.
Hackers are using sophisticated techniques of acquiring Google account passwords. Since many users have their Google accounts linked to other services, this can lead to devastating results for anyone who falls for the attack.
Bit.ly link-shortening service has put out a notice to its users that account that information may have been compromised, and as such, users should change their passwords to protect themselves.
Opera has just updated its desktop web browser to version 21, using its ‘Aura’ hardware acceleration engine, which promises to speed up animations and provide a smoother web browsing experience for Mac and Windows.
Where should you go when you want to have a night on the town? Or, if you prefer to stay in and relax, which drinks should you make and how do you make them?
Another episode of Video Game Hub is here to bring the latest news from the crazy world of video games.
The Android Google Search app has been updated, and tucked inside it are some pretty awesome tweaks to Google Now that add quite a bit of usefulness to Google’s personal assistant.