Gamers don’t want to sit around trying to find ways to get their software to work, they want it to work so they can get back to gaming. This quick troubleshooting guide will enable the core crowd to get straight to the problems in Ventrilo so they can get back to gaming.
PC Gaming Tech
PC Gaming Tech
Not too long ago, I had a problem with a Games for Windows Live issue when starting a game. Fortunately, there are some easy fixes that can help turn this problem into a thing of the past. If you get such messages as “Games for Windows Live failed to initialize,” these tips should help.
LAN parties can be a great experience for anyone who loves to play video games whether it is Counterstrike, to world of warcraft, or even Starcraft. If you have never had a LAN party now is your chance to do it and this is how to make it memorable. The main thing is not to get too stressed.
Slow computer making you lag, letting you important fights online is it simply just a matter of wanting to get the best out of everything you have? Well no worries, check out these 5 simple tips that will help you get off the couch and on to success with fast speed.
Just how do you take a screenshot in Ubuntu Linux in an MMO Gaming setting? We fully answer this question in this guide to taking a screenshot in Ubuntu in any game.
In this first article of my sub-$1000 gaming PC setup parts list, I’ll talk about the PC case and its internal components. All items have links to Newegg.com. Of course prices are subject to change; they are likely to go lower, since many items are not even on sale, and prices drop over time anyway.
In this second article of our series on Linux MMORPG’s, we give you an overview of Browser-based games and Windows MMORPG’s which are playable in Linux. We continue from there with articles on the individual games – What the games are, and how to get the games running on your Linux/Ubuntu computer.
An extension to the list of user friendly game design programs for creating your dream video game!
For those of us who were around to drool over the Amiga, but at least got lucky enough to own an XT (perhaps with a mighty EGA) we sometimes long for the good old simple days of gaming. It is also our duty to teach the younger generation what truly makes a game classic. How do we do that? Emulators.
So with the takeoff of Actionscript 3.0 where will the Flash gaming industry head off to with such advanced programming power?