posted by Meatball on September 17, 2012, 4:23 am
Gearbox's Latest instalment of adventure for the new Vault Hunters.
More Bazillions of Weapons, New Characters ...
More Wub Wub (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKVf5feSMEg)
A great fun, 4 player co-op FPS RPG.
If you've never heard of it, check it out.
posted by Moonscope on August 16, 2012, 7:07 am
If you have ever wanted a gaming console that just about anyone could program games for, then you might be in luck. The new gaming console named 'OUYA' is based on Android, will be open source, and will enable people to develop games just like they do for Androids and iPads.
Supposedly this is a big thing. I'm not so sure, but the controller looks pimp.
posted by inaktiv on June 21, 2012, 9:47 am
The latest Minecraft Snapshot, is adding in basic LAN support, without need for a dedicated server!
From their site:
You can now use 'publish' to open your single-player game for LAN friends to join. This is still very much work in progress, so it lacks some necessary settings such as what game mode your friends will get, and if they should be able to use cheats or not. Also, the 'publish' command is temporary, you can't even access it if you haven't enabled cheats =)
The Ender Chest has been changed to have an inventory per player and not per world. Also, knocking down the chest will break it into 8 obsidian, unless you have Silk Touch.
The texture pack folder button now works on Mac
A lot of smaller changes and fixes
posted by Moonscope on June 6, 2012, 11:40 pm
So, I was showed up by an older fellow today knowing a little more about the gaming culture than I gave him credit for. He told me of this TV show that talks about games. Maybe I didn't want to watch it because it was on the ABC (as we know most stuff on the abc is for <7 and >40 year olds).
Anyway, a gaming show that dates back to 2006 and is still alive today. Might be worth checking out...
posted by Moonscope on May 25, 2012, 3:03 am
Have you ever wondered what is going to replace the trusty keyboard and mouse combo? Well, I am severely sceptical seeing as my experience with the Microsoft Kinect was pretty poor.
Check out this new hand motion device that 'may' change our way of computing.