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Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers w...

Nintendo recently released the Nintendo Switch home console which include two controllers known as the joy-cons. The joy-con’s just like the Nintendo Wii’s Wii-remotes are synced to the console via bluetooth. Unlike the Wii Remotes the joycons can be used on multiple platforms including Windows, Mac and Android without any special drivers. Nintendo’s Joy-Con controllers […]

Nintendo games can work shockingly we...

Nintendo Games being played through a VR headset doesn’t sound that great. Until you realize that some of the Wii games could look AMAZING with a VR headset as some of the controls were already created with physical motion in mind. PC Gamer recently tested the HTC vice with the Dolphin Emulator while playing Metroid […]

Reverse Engineering Playstation VR

Developer bigboss (a.k.a. psxdev) shared a lengthy article on his blog today about early work on reversing the Playstation VR. The goal of the hacking community with Playstation VR is not a secret: get the Sony device to work on other devices than the PS4. One obvious benefit is that the Playstation VR is one […]

Steam to expand PlayStation 4 gamepad...

Jeff Bellinghausen with Valve Software said the company is slated to release an update that will expand Steam Controller configurability options to the PlayStation 4’s DualShock 4 controller. That means that more options for customizing the PS4 Dualshock’s 4 gyro features and touchpad will now be available to PC gamers using Steam. Developer of Defender’s […]

2DGameBuilder: a promising game libra...

What is 2dGameBuilder? 2dGameBuilder is a user friendly and easy to use game authoring tool. Currently the tools is focused on creating platformer games the likes of Wonderboy, Super Mario etc. In the future maybe it will support the creation of other kind of games, like RPG, Shooters, Point and Click adventures, etc. 2DGameBuilder is […]

Release: Vita Moonlight Alpha 4 ̵...

What is Vita Moonlight? Moonlight is an open-source implementation of the nVidia GameStream client that allows you to stream your Steam games (and some non-steam ones) to a mobile device of your choice. It allows for high-quality streaming with minimal to no input lag of your PC games. Originally the GameStream system only allowed to […]

How to get your hands on a PS Vita ru...

With the recent release of HENkaku, followed by an update from Sony that patched the hack, people are looking for ways to buy a Vita running firmware 3.60 (or lower) at reasonable prices. In that kind of situation, and given how recent the hack is, your best bet is to buy a new PS Vita. […]

VitaPad 1.1 released. Use your PS Vit...

Developer Rinnegatamante just released an update to his tool VitaPad, which lets you use your PS Vita as a controller for your PC. VitaPad requires a hackable PS Vita (that is, a PS Vita running on firmware 3.60). The biggest update with version 1.1 is that VitaPad now supports Linux. Additionally, the developer tweaked a […]

Play NES games in 3D with this emulat...

Have you ever wondered how the old school NES games would look in 3D? If you ever have, now you can experience it! 3DNes is an emulator which plays NES games and converts them to 3D on the fly. This gives the game some depth which actually looks great for some classics. Check out the […]

RPCS3 – PS3 emulator getting cl...

RPCS3 has been in development for quite some time now and it is now looking extremely good! PC gamers may soon be able to add their PS3 games to their PC gaming library! RPCS3 can run most games near full speeds at the moment. The downside? You will need a beefy computer to be able […]