Category: Gaming

October 1, 2011 /

Just because you don’t have a PlayStation, does that mean you have to miss out on the awesome games designed for the console? There’s a simple way of playing PlayStation games on your PC — it’s called emulation. Emulation is one of the most favorite past times of PC gamers and has always been one of the most attractive aspects of owning a PC because no one has time to hook up old consoles to their TVs or monitors to enjoy a classic/retro game just to indulge in an old guilty pleasure. It is also a way to enjoy some…

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January 13, 2011 /

If you suffer from poor graphics, choppy frame rates and lag while gaming, you don’t need a faster computer or newer graphics card. You just need to shutdown all unnecessary services and processes running in the background – the browser, instant messenger, email program and iTunes maybe. All these programs consume memory and resources that could have gone for speeding up your game and improving performance. GBoost is free program that automates this task. It enables gamers to quickly close down unwanted processes and services that are running in the background at the simple click of a button, and then restore…

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January 13, 2011 /

Maybe you’re a fan of cutesy 2D platformers? Or do you prefer staring down the barrel of a shotgun and shouting “pwned” after every kill? What about strategy games that require careful planning and a tendency to start wars?Whatever your thing you’re bound to find something you like amongst this lot. All the games featured here have received updates within the last year, are cross-compatible on all 3 major platforms (and some even go beyond that) and won’t cost you a penny. Forget work, let’s have some fun! Cube 2: Sauerbraten Sauerbraten (meaning “pot roast” in German) is a manic,…

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December 28, 2010 /

Whether you’re a disgruntled Spartan who can’t handle a Battle Rifle or a freshly recruited Black Ops militant who spends much of the game watching the killcam, there ishelp available from FPS Trainer. All you need to take part is a web browser, a PC that can handle the software and an email address. The game is free and uses a series of mini games to train you in the basics of a multiplayer first person shooter environment. The game is still in development but fully functioning and completely free to play. Can I Play It? To enjoy FPS Trainer you’re going to need…

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December 26, 2010 /

Taking much of the pain out of using Wine, PlayOnLinux is a must-have application for any Linux gamer. Providing automated installation scripts for dozens of games – and a wide variety of other software including Google Sketchup, Photoshop and AutoCAD – this program is worth checking out if you’re dependent on Windows software but prefer Linux overall. Installing Windows software with Wine never seems quite as simple as it sounds. Try getting your favorite software working and you’ll quickly discover that certain software works with certain Wine releases but not with others, and that a lot of software requires you first install Internet…

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December 26, 2010 /

The life of a Mac gamer can be a hard one. Most Apple computers have nice displays and a graphics card capable of handling at least basic 3D titles. Unfortunately, the relative lack of visible and publicized Mac games can be a downer. But don’t despair – there are free games available for the Mac, and some of them are extremely good. You just need to dig a little deeper in order to find them.  Today we’re going to help you find those free Mac games. Apple Before we venture off into the wilds of the web, let’s first talk…

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December 26, 2010 /

3D is the buzzword du-jour right now, and whether you are a believer or naysayer that all future content will be delivered in 3D doesn’t really matter – some of us have been playing games in 3D for years now. I thought it was about time I let you in on the secret so you can enjoy it too. PlayStation 3 and big expensive 3DTVs might be all hype and undelivered promises, but us PC gamers can enjoy true 3D gaming right now, compatible with all current Windows games, for a fraction of the cost. I’m here to present you with 4 budget 3D…

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