Archive | Gaming

19 February 2019 ~ 0 Comments

OpenEmu BIOS System Files


This post is for MAC/OSX users who emulate gaming consoles. OpenEmu is a great console emulator for OSX and it’s the one I use to play retro game ROMs. Some games, require a BIOS file or System File that the ROM may look for if it were in being played on actual hardware. Instead of […]

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08 December 2018 ~ 0 Comments

PlayStation Classic Hacking Videos

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Development of hacking Sony’s PlayStation Classic is underway and while I have MY PlayStation Classic still unopened, I’m waiting to see how quickly the hacking community can bust open the PlayStation Classic. If there’s light at the end of the tunnel, then I may just hang on to my Classic mini console. Since Sony’s announcement […]

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09 April 2017 ~ 0 Comments

Play NHL ’94 with 2017 Teams and Roster


NHL ’94 fans, this post is for you. If you loved playing NHL ’94 on your Sega Genesis or Super Nintendo Entertainment System but always wanted the latest teams and rosters, I stumbled upon a Sega Genesis ROM that grants your wish! I chose to use Kega Fusion because it let me record game play […]

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01 March 2015 ~ 3 Comments

Sony PlayStation TV Unboxing


Sony’s new PlayStation TV is a pretty neat little device. It’s both a gaming console and remote PlayStation 4 player. While the PlayStation TV can download PSP and Vita games and play them locally off the console, you can also connect to your PlayStation 4 over a network connection and play your favourite PS4 titles. […]

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15 August 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Essential Minecraft Handbooks


While walking through my local Costco, I stumbled on some really neat Minecraft guides. The guides are actual official books by Mojang; the developers of Minecraft. I like to call these guides, ‘essential Minecraft handbooks’ because the content in these books are great! The books are hard cover, full colour with lots of illustrations. Mojang […]

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11 January 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Install Netflix App On OUYA


Up until last month, one of the things that kept OUYA from replacing my jailbroken apple tv2 was the absence of Netflix. I have been out of the OUYA loop so I missed out on version 1.0 of Netflix. I believe since November 2013, Netflix for Ouya is up to version 3.0 and it works […]

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10 August 2013 ~ 8 Comments

VLC For OUYA Now Available

I’m happy to announce that VideoLAN has released VLC for OUYA Android gaming console! Downloading and installing VLC is simple, just SEARCH ‘VLC’ in the Discover section of your OUYA menu, select and ‘Download Now’. Watch the video below for the easy install!

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21 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Install XBMC On OUYA

One of the cool things about owning an OUYA Android gaming console, is that you can side load apps AND the fact that the creators of OUYA encourage hacking the box. I think that’s one of the reasons I decided to support and donate to the OUYA Kickstarter a year ago. Well, a year has […]

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13 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

OUYA Unfairly Targeted at E3 2013

OUYA IS HERE, LOOK AT ME OUYA, the open source Android console has been unfairly targeted at this year’s E3 2013. After reading the article posted by IGN, it appears that attempts were made to BLOCK OUYA‘s display from E3 attendees.¬†Entertainment Software Association (ESA), the company which owns and operates the E3 Expo went as […]

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09 June 2013 ~ 1 Comment

My Opinion On XBox Live

This article was originally posted at:¬† For those who are just getting into XBox 360 and or are wondering what to expect from the XBox Live, I’ve decided to post a short writing on my opinion on the XBox Live Gold membership.   REFINED AND STABLE XBox Live provides a lot of features, but I […]

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