Recently, I purchased a gaming laptop with the intention of connecting it to my home theatre and answering the Call of Duty from my recliner. The laptop did exactly what I wanted, but it didn’t take long to learn I had overlooked something. I planned on running an extra Bluetooth keyboard and mouse that I […]
I’ve have owned so many laptops that I’ve literally lost count. Some of those systems, like my Surface Book, are capable of playing games. However, none of them are, or were, dedicated game machines. I’ve helped my friends and family pick out their portable game machines and have spent plenty of hours playing on them. […]
Many times when a new release is a mashup of other titles the results are abysmal. The ideas they borrow from more popular games are not implemented well and don’t form a cohesive experience. When they switch between the borrowed elements it can feel like you have changed games in the middle of play. Immortals […]
The Virtual Desktop method of streaming full PC Steam VR games to your Oculus over Wi-Fi works very well. It is difficult to setup and many of the on-line guides I have encountered are missing steps and key information. I’ve written this one based on my experience in getting this to work for several people.
As of firmware version 23, the Oculus Quest 2 supports 90 FPS both in Quest games and desktop VR games via the Oculus Link cable. This is a major upgrade for Quest 2 owners and for those thinking of jumping in the VR pool. In my opinion, the new option raises the Quest 2 to […]
Ever since I first put on my Oculus Quest and jumped into a VR game, I’ve wished that I could pair my noise cancelling earbuds with it. The sound system built into Facebook’s virtual reality goggles sounds pretty good, but it isn’t quite loud enough to fully overcome the amount of ambient noise that it […]
I have quite the man cave chiseled out of my basement. There’s office space, a gym, and a nice place to sit and play games or watch the TV. I’ve always wanted a classic arcade cabinet like Pac-Man, but there’s literally nowhere to put one. One late night while flipping channels, something on HSN caught […]
My wife and I are both gamers, but we prefer different genres. She enjoys farming, life simulation, and collecting, with some adventure and task completion tossed in to keep things moving. Some of her favorite games are Animal Crossing, The Sims, Harvest Moon, Zelda, and Skyrim. My tastes tend to fall more on the shooter, […]
Driving is a ubiquitous skill for Americans so perfecting it has a smaller learning curve than other simulated experiences.
Are you stuck at home with no work, no classes, and no basketball, fretting about the end of the world? The best medicine is to distract yourself. Video Games are my go to escape, below you’ll find some great titles to get lost in. Call of Duty Warzone is the franchise’s latest attempt at a […]