Sony announces the release date for the PS4 during Gamescom, and what games the system will launch with. Sony has also announced that the PS Vita is getting a price drop.
Tag Archives: Call of Duty
It’s a tricky question that seems to creep up every once and a while, especially after a new triple-a title hits the shelves, or a new popular shooter is released, and draws the question of critical acclaim or censorship of the media to the public’s eye. With the release of Naughty Dog’s The Last of Us, I’ve seen this question be resurrected once more, though for the first time in a long time in a positive light.
While some of these techniques on their own will make your brain work harder and more efficiently, compiling all of them into one big habit will make you feel, think, and do much more effectively.
These are some of the easiest hacks you could do for your body and mind.
Every now and then you might stumble across a hilarious video on YouTube and share it with your friends on Facebook or email it to your family members.
Likewise, one of your buddies might send you a link to some strange web video with a song, a cat, a nutshot, or a delightful combination of any of the above.
But let’s cut to the chase – why not just bookmark some heavy hitters on YouTube and keep up with their exploits all the time?
We got some for you! You can thank us later.
But as some have probably already noticed, the spawn points in some MP maps aren’t very good. Others are downright broken. Patch this please?
Hackers are usually considered a bad thing. Or a strange fear left over from 90s hysteria. Hackers are bad, but let’s not start a witch hunt every time we play video games online!
Either way, there are tons of gamers out there that think every great player in an online multiplayer gaming session is a hacker. Well, we beg to differ.
What if our daily lives reflected what happened on the internet, or even within our range of technology?
Here we take a look at how things would be if real life mirrored technology.