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Playing Online Games

November 3, 2014 in Slide show by Dean Hunt

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Good Online Gaming

November 3, 2014 in Slide show by Dean Hunt

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Video Gaming Technology

November 3, 2014 in Slide show by Dean Hunt

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Online Video Game Reviews

November 1, 2014 in Blog, Game Reviews by Dean Hunt

Many gaming websites which are on the world wide web are all exactly the same. On each front page, they have the most up-to-date news in the gaming world along with the more anticipated and latest games which are going to be published. They all pretty much score their matches out of 10, they all have cheats and walkthroughs. Plus they all have reviews. I am sure many of us are comfortable with gaming reviews, and a lot of people have been in the final little touch to some kind of gaming website. Now here’s my question, is it only me or do many of the video games reviews on each gaming site look… The same?

Honestly I believe I enjoy the concept of that, the video games reviews site which has real game reviews written by real gamers. You know, the gamers who understand these games entirely indoors as well as outside and may let you know all that’s right or absolutely wrong with the game, readily at the drop of a hat. These gamers love these games and play with them all of the time, what greater means to learn a specific game through these folks? They’re those who spend their hard earned cash in the games and use their spare time to play with them.

As was mentioned before, a lot of the reviews from all of the gaming sites that are famous, all look the same and it appears to me anyhow, that they’re all composed by the same individuals. I am not certain about many gamers, I am only able to talk about myself. Yet when I am interested in a video game I am the kind of person that I simply take a look at the score out of 10 and will go to the video gaming website. Yet once I Have done that, I Will go read all the gamers reviews about the game to learn how they feel about it, and I Will speak with my gaming buddies about the game also.

I believe it’d be cool to really have a web site which has video games reviews written by the real gamers who adore the game. To me, there is no other method to learn about the game afterward by somebody who wants to play with it in their spare time for hours. I am not the kind of person who’s genuinely interested in reading a review by someone who has just played the game through perhaps a couple of times, or by somebody who might or might not be a gamer. I had rather read it from the real players that are playing with every day and each. Who knows better about the games afterward them?

Video Gaming Technology Takes Strides Forward

November 1, 2014 in Blog, Gaming Technologies by Dean Hunt

One form of technology that undoubtedly brings folks lots of enjoyment, amusement, and social bond is video gaming platforms. Ever since Atari and other video game platforms that were simple came out about thirty years back, the video gaming industry has attempted to make better and better apparatus to keep folks interested in all the have to offer.

Consequently we currently have video game platforms that have built in hard drives, optical disc drives, tremendous levels of RAM, and there have been several breakthroughs in video gaming technology over time, and multiple computer processors working in parallel. Before, the leading competitions in the video gaming industry have been Intellivision and Atari, and after Nintendo and Sega, but it is pretty much come down to Microsoft’s Xbox 360 and Sony’s Play Station 3. Both of both of these products have a good deal in common, for example, truth that they both have multiple central processing units, built in gorgeous images that could reach HDTV resolutions, and hard drives, optical disc drive, the capacity to connect to the World Wide Web.

One of the characteristics that they both have in common is the ability to play high definition DVD’s onto HDTV sets, making them high-definition DVD players (in addition to standard DVD plays and CD players). These High Definition DVD formats are in opposition as the Play Station 3 plays with Sony’s Blu ray high def DVD format as well as the Xbox 360 plays Toshiba’s HD DVD format. The manner in which this is accomplished by these two apparatus is slightly different. That is since the Xbox 360’s capability to play high def DVD’s comes from an optional HD DVD drive which can be connected to the unit via cable, as well as the Play Station 3 has a Bluray drive.

The reality that both of these apparatus play distinct High Def DVD’s has brought them right into the midst of a format war between Blu ray and HD DVD. Both formats basically accomplish the exact same thing (although there are technical reasons why Blu ray may be outstanding), but can not be played on each other’s players and disc drives. Because of this, it is generally agreed that the format war can be survived by just one of the formats.

Both Sony and Toshiba (with Microsoft’s help) have been attempting to develop an advantage in the marketplace for their various formats, and both of these video game systems have become pawns in the format war. It was expected the Play Station 3 would boost the benefits of the Blu ray format to those who would buy a Play Station anyhow and then see Blu-ray discs on it as an afterthought. The difficulty with this particular strategy has been that the additional expense of including a Blu-ray drive is represented in the price and a lot of gamers of the Play Station 3 do not need to pay the additional cash. The Xbox 360, in the flip side, has avoided that pitfall by making its HD DVD drive an elective individual purchase.