2016 Graphics of World of Warcraft and Game Play

Posted on August 7, 2016 By

I have a lot of people asked me to make a video on my faults about world of Warcraft Legion and I just wanted to wait until Blizzcon was over so I knew a few more details. This was able to collect my thoughts so first up let’s talk about the fame before the expansion…


Boom Box Boy – Building a better, louder Game Boy.

Posted on April 4, 2016 By

There’s something quite Stranger in a Strange Land about listening to Salt ‘n’ Pepa singing, “From seven to seven he’s got me open like 7-Eleven” while playing Pokemon Pinball on the Game Boy Color. The effect is made even more bizarre when one considers the music and the game are produced by the exact same…


The Complete Tutorial To Fix Freeze Up Issue In Xbox 360

Posted on February 13, 2016 By

No one would hesitate to agree that Xbox 360 is both a powerful and wonderful piece of hardware. Does that mean that it is immune to all the problems? Never. Mostly people confront freeze up issues in Xbox 360 while playing Grand Theft Auto V. If unfixed at the right time, freeze up issues can…


Saitek Cyborg 3D Gold

Posted on January 11, 2016 By

While there are plenty of inexpensive joysticks available, most “cheapies” are just that, proving that sometimes you really do get what you pay for. Saitek’s latest offering, though, is mostly good, with only a few things we’d change. Called the Cyborg 3D Gold, this sticks sports an eight-way hat, eight buttons (12 when utilizing the…


The Right Kind of Soundtrack for SimCity Buildit

Posted on April 28, 2015 By

SimCity Buildit

The emphasis in games, especially recently, has been on polygon count, light sourcing, realtime shading and other eye candy. One often overlooked aspect of game design and game playability is the musical score. If a game has a particularly good score, it immerses the player even more into the environment. Those with a bad musical…