Xbox is showing newly purchased Xbox 360 customers on how to get connected to Xbox Live. We have to say Microsoft have done a fantastic job on the Xbox 360 online capabilities, making it easy for new customers to connect to the Internet. If you just purchased your Xbox 360, be sure to watch this helpful video. Continue reading
Sega is releasing an announcement trailer for its upcoming Sonic game, called Sonic 4: Episode 2. The game is inspired by original Sonic titles on the Sega Genesis with side-scrolling platform mechanics that we all love. The game will be released sometime in 2012. We are super excited! Continue reading
PlayStation Blog have announced the PlayStation Vita (PS Vita) launch titles on Feburary 22, 2012. PS Vita will have the biggest batch of video game launch titles in the PlayStation history, as there will be 25 games coinciding the hardware launch, with prices ranging from $9.99 to $49.99. We can’t wait to see these games in action! Continue reading
nVidia has released the 290.53 beta video card driver to improve performance and fix some bugs for certain games. The most notable improvement is with the Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, where nVidia reported that for some of the GeForce video cards, this beta driver helped Skyrim to improve up to 25% in frames per second. We have to say this is absolutely incredible. Continue reading
BioWare’s Star Wars: The Old Republic, has been launched successfully thus far. However, there are several servers that have reached the sever population caps, which requires the player to wait in a queue to launch the game. BioWare have stated that the higher population servers will likely to have a queue even playing at off-peak play time near launch. Continue reading
Electronic Arts have announced that the PC and Xbox 360 Battlefield 3 players will now have access to the Physical Warfare Pack for free. The Pack includes access to DAO-12 shotgun, custom flechette ammo (DAO-12), flash suppressor for SKS sniper rifle, and the Type 88 Light Machine Gun. Continue reading
Today marks the launch of one of the most anticipated game of the massively multiplayer online role-playing game in December 2011, Star Wars: The Old Republic (SWTOR). Some of the notable game features are:
Battlefield 3 has been one of the most talked about game on the Internet these days due to its engrossing online multiplayer competitive gameplay. However, do you have what it takes to get that MVP award ribbon? We’re here to share some tips with you to help you improve your Battlefield 3 experience.
Adjust your mouse / controller sensitivity higher than usual
Adjust your graphical settings for high FPS (frames per second) than quality graphic settings
Always go into cover or prone near walls, but don’t get too close that you’re touching the walls
Use your Sprint to go across cover to cover
Always use your grenades if you have it
Are you about to adventure in SWTOR, but not sure where to look for help? We have the answers here. Before you start, you’ll need to make several decisions based on your play style. Let’s get started, shall we?
Choose a server type
In SWTOR, there are three main server types:
Player vs. Environment (PvE): Player vs. Player fights must be agreed by both sides
Player vs. Player (PvP): Players from the opposing faction can attack you at any time
Role-Playing (RP-PvE or RP-PvP): Players remain in-character at all times
Choose your allegiance
You must choose between Republic or Sith Empire faction. Republic is considered “good” faction, while Sith Empire is considered “evil”.