How to Connect a Keyboard and Mouse to a PS4

How to Connect a Keyboard and Mouse to a PS4

Sony’s PS4 can be used with a keyboard and mouse, and no extra third-party hardware is needed. Here is how you can connect a keyboard and mouse to a PS4.

By Ryan Lynch -
Google Announces Stadia Game-Streaming Service

Google Announces Stadia Game-Streaming Service

On Tuesday Google made it official at the Game Developers Conference and announce a new game-streaming service they are calling Stadia that works without a console.

By Laura Tucker -
Are Private Game Servers Legal?

Are Private Game Servers Legal?

Some people take it upon themselves to host a private game server for their favorite games. How legal is it to host your own private game server? Let’s check it out.

By Simon Batt -
How Game Account Hackers Turn a Profit

How Game Account Hackers Turn a Profit

Do you know that people can make a profit from hacking game accounts? This makes game hacking more than just a malicious way to steal others’ accounts.

By Simon Batt -
5 of the Best Games on Ubuntu Snap Store

5 of the Best Games on Ubuntu Snap Store

Snap has come along as an easy way to run almost anything, including games, without hassle. Here are some of the best games in Ubuntu Snap Store.

By Kris Wouk -
How to Connect a PS4 Controller to a Mac

How to Connect a PS4 Controller to a Mac

If you game on your Mac, you can use your PS4 controller to play games. Here is how you can easily connect your PS4 controller to your Mac.

By Ryan Lynch -
How to Host Your Own Minecraft Server

How to Host Your Own Minecraft Server

Minecraft is a wildly popular sandbox game. Learn how to host your own multiplayer Minecraft server and control the game like never before!

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5 of the Best Mac Games of 2018

5 of the Best Mac Games of 2018

New Mac games sometimes slip under the radar. We have rounded up the best Mac games for 2018. Here’s our ranked list of the best Mac games of 2018.

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Why Mouse DPI Matters in Gaming

Why Mouse DPI Matters in Gaming

A mouse Dots Per Inch (or DPI) matters a lot in gaming. Here are some tips on how you can better customize your settings to fit your play style the best.

By Chris Stobing -
Minecraft Malware: How It Works and How to Beat It

Minecraft Malware: How It Works and How to Beat It

In Minecraft you can easily change how the character looks in the game with a PNG file. This method of customization, however, has recently come under attack by a MInecraft malware that is buried within the PNG files themselves.

By Simon Batt -
How to Upgrade the Storage of your PS4

How to Upgrade the Storage of your PS4

With games clocking in at double-digit. gigabytes, it is easy to run out of storage space on your video game consoles. Here are two ways to upgrade the storage of a PS4.

By Ryan Lynch -
5 of The Best ROM Hacks for Classic Games You Should Check Out

5 of The Best ROM Hacks for Classic Games You Should Check Out

Playing your old games can be a great way to tap into nostalgia. But what happens when you beat all your old favorites again? Have no fear, your emulation machine is about to get a new lease on life with ROM hacks of classic games.

By Ryan Lynch -
How to Install and Configure RecalBox on Raspberry Pi

How to Install and Configure RecalBox on Raspberry Pi

RecalBox is an operating system that includes a wide variety of video game consoles, arcade systems and PCs. This guide will go through the steps to install and configure RecalBox on a Raspberry Pi.

By Ryan Lynch -
Retro Gaming with Raspberry Pi: RetroPie vs. RecalBox

Retro Gaming with Raspberry Pi: RetroPie vs. RecalBox

When it comes to video game emulation, RetroPie is the most popular operating system around, while RecalBox is gaining its share of fans. Find out the pros and cons of RetroPie vs. RecalBox and which one you should use.

By Ryan Lynch -
The Best Open Source Clones of Great Old Games

The Best Open Source Clones of Great Old Games

One pastime of open source developers is cloning old or unplayable games into open source versions. The following are some of our favorite open source game clones.

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