Tag Archive: Games


Use mouse and keyboard with these PS4 games

Most people are pretty well aware of the fact that PC gamers are at an advantage when it comes to detailed control. Using a mouse and keyboard certainly has its benefits. However, not everyone is aware of the fact that the PlayStation 4 actually does support keyboard and Mouse input. Here are some of the games that support keyboard and mouse that you might want to try

RPG Fantasy MMO Final Fantasy XIV

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Already beaten Spider-Man? These games will keep the superhero fun going

Superhero games have never been better.

So, your exploits as the digital Peter Parker have finally come to an end, eh? If you aren’t interested in Spider-Man’s new game plus mode and can’t wait for more story DLC to be out, you’re probably looking for something else to sink your teeth into.

If you liked Spider-Man, we’ve highlighted a few other games worth checking out. Whether you need your superhero fix or you just like punching someone  [Read More…]

Get ready for the PlayStation Classic with 20 of your favorite retro games

Sony is cashing in on Nintendo’s nostalgia racket by announcing the adorable PlayStation Classic. This new console will be 45% smaller than the original PlayStation but look and feel exactly the same. It will come with similar packaging, two original PlayStation controllers, and 20 classic video games all playable in their original format.

The five titles announced so far include names like Final Fantasy VII, Ridge Racer Type 4, Tekken 3, Jumping Flash, Wild Arms, and more. Sony  [Read More…]

The best PlayStation 4 games you can play online without PlayStation Plus

We’re a virtual company made up of tech experts from across the globe. Our interests also incude video games, and we have some of the best recommendations when it comes to what to play if you don’t have PlayStation Plus.

While PlayStation Plus is usually a requirement to play online multiplayer, there are notable exceptions to this rule. Most free-to-play games actually allow people to enjoy online multiplayer matches without needing to be an active PlayStation Plus subscriber.

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How to hide PlayStation 4 games in your library

Make your PlayStation 4 library as organized as ever.

Our game libraries can be a bit of a mess, especially if we frequently purchase a lot of titles. Whether you just want to hide some of them because you dislike their cover art or you have a more utilitarian reason—like hiding those you’ll never complete—here’s how to make them disappear from your library without actually getting rid of them.

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FIFA 19 vs. Pro Evo 2019: How do the two best soccer games compare?

Two juggernauts of video game soccer, compared.

There are few video game battles like the one between FIFA and Pro Evolution Soccer. This decades-long rivalry is not slowing down in 2018.

Both titles have benefited from the stiff competition, with each company working tirelessly to prove their vision of what the game of soccer should be is the best one. Wondering what makes these two games just as different as they are alike? We’ll jump into the  [Read More…]

Dodocool wants to help you “win big” with its Back to School games

Now that the Summer of 2018 is coming to a close, that likely means you’re gearing up to head back to school. Dodocool is hoping to help save you some money as you try and get all of your necessary materials and toys.

Currently, Dodocool is holding its “Back to School” promotion, which allows you to play a “Flop Game”. This is essentially just a card matching game, where you can flip all of the cards and win a discount  [Read More…]

Learn to build your own games with School of Game Design, just $59

Have what you believe is a sure-fire, million-dollar game idea but don’t know where to go with it or what to do? Well, you could hire a software developer or farm it out to someone and hope for the best. Or, you could enroll some online courses and learn how to design and build games yourself.

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One online destination With more than 120 hours of content,  [Read More…]

The best premium Android games

Put your credit card away and just play.

There’s something refreshing and low-stress about playing a mobile game without in-app purchases. Knowing that you’re spending a couple of dollars to get an entire game that you can actually finish from beginning to end without being hounded to buy coins or gems, or open crates or card packs or whatever — it genuinely makes the experience better.

Here are the best Android games without those pesky IAPs!

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VRidge has added better Oculus Go controller support for SteamVR games

A major VRidge update has added extra support for using Oculus Go controllers with SteamVR.

Thanks to some savvy developers, it’s possible to stream SteamVR games to mobile VR systems, like Oculus Go. I already wrote a guide on using Air Light VR (ALVR) to get this done, but a recent update to RiftCat’s VRidge software, an alternative method for streaming, has added better controller support. This is key when trying to make up lost ground between  [Read More…]