7-12-14: Initial Release.
I am a gamer, and I enjoy playing all types of games, but there is always one genre that I keep on coming back to time over time again, and its the Fighting genre.
I’m not sure why I love it so much, if its because I can pretend I am the fighter and I can perform all these special moves, or the fact that I can pummel my opponent (or get pummeled myself).
When I was growing up, I got my first taste of fighting games playing with my friends SNES console version of Mortal Kombat II. Man, do I love that game, and I still play it still to this very day on my PSP with a SNES emulator.
I literally memorized all the moves and all special fatalities of that game, and it was a huge step from from Mortal Kombat I. Since then, I’ve played almost every single Mortal Kombat game release (PS2 series sorta sucked, skipped Wii).
Yes, I’ve played other fighting games like Street Fighter II and its derivatives, Final Fight, various beat em ups, and more.
Some gamers just love RPGs and sink time into them. These days, I don’t have that kind of timing and spending a few minutes here and there in a casual fighting brawl can really help with what is otherwise considered a long day.
How about you? What type of game genres do you enjoy playing and tell us why? Thanks!
6-13-14: Initial release
I love Rainbow Six. When I was growing up, I played all of them on the PC and I loved the tactical and strategic nature of the game. After watching the newest Rainbow Six gameplay, it literally gave me goosebumps. It’s that awesome. But you don’t need me to say that, check it out yourself.
6-10-14: Initial release.
So I’m slowly getting up to speed on E3 and what Nintendo is showing. There are tons of youtube videos on the new Super SMash Bros. for Wii U/3DS, but below is just one example of a youtube gameplay video with Palutena.
Check it out, and let us know if there is favorite E3 video you like so far!
6-9-14: Initial release.
So few years back I had a blast playing Mirror’s Edge…and then it was silent…until now. See below for the E3 2014 trailer for Mirror’s Edge 2! Hell yea!
5-31-14: Initial release.
Watch Dogs for PC was recently released, and since it is strictly a 64 bit game for Windows, you are going to have to do some extra work to get your PC USB game controller or a PS2 type controller to work properly with Watch Dogs. The basic outline of how this works is below. The download links are in the video description of the Youtube Video tutorial.
- Download latest copy of x360ce.
- Download the x64 binaries.
- Extract x360ce into the Watch Dogs main directory. Run it and configure your controller.
- Now exit the program, and copy over the x64 binaries.
- Run the game, and your game controller should be recognized.
Youtube Video: Click here for the main download links.
5-26-14: Initial release.
Happy Memorial Day to those of us who are celebrating it in the United States. When you are off enjoying your picnic, BBQ, or whatever that you do on your day off, let’s also take the time to remember those who sacrificed so much for our freedom and our country.
It is why our nation is what it is.
For more details and the history about Memorial Day, click here.
5-13-14: Initial release.
So recently I just bought a used PS3 off of Amazon which is a 80GB fat PS3 model. Just my luck, this PS3 is the 4.55 firmware, which means that if I ever want to downgrade it to 3.55 so I can install CFW, I will need to get a hold of the E3 flasher (or find someone with E3 flasher and do it for me).
My brother used to have one of the first generation fat PS3 launch consoles that could play PS2 games, but he recently sold that off (doh!). But he was smart, he knew in the beginning not to update the firmware to the latest official version, and he was enjoying the 3.55 CFW for the longest time until work got into his way and he had just little time for gaming.
Now here I am embarking on my own PS3 adventure, and the concept of PS3 modding is interesting, but not sure if I am ready to take the plunge.
Maybe you have a PS3 and you want to take the plunge and get it modded. Did you update it to the latest firmware? If you have a compatible model, you can purchase a device called an E3 Flasher. Essentially what it does is it reflashes the NOR chip on the PS3 so you can properly downgrade it.
Depending on where you buy this online, it can range from $75 up to $125. The process seems easy, but there is a lot to do to make sure it works right. All fat PS3 are compatible, and only certain models of slim PS3 is compatible with the E3 Flasher.
If you are interested in learning more about how the E3 Flasher works, see an example Youtube tutorial video shown below:
Right now I am enjoy a few games on the PS3, so if you want to add me, my PSN name is VersatileNinja. Thanks!
How To Play Counter-Strike Global Offensive Online For Free Using Junkies Client (April 2014 Update)
4-26-14: Initial release.
Last night I finally got around to making a brand new tutorial for the latest version of the Counter-Strike Global Offensive Junkies Client.
It’s even more simple than before. This is what you need to do:
- Download the base game.
- Install the latest patches.
- Run the shortcut on the desktop as administrator and start playing!
For more details, see the video tutorial below, which also has a link to the main forum in the video description. Enjoy!
4/11/2014: Initial release.
This last week there has been an encryption flaw identified inside the Open SSL protocol that is used in many popular websites today that can affect you. See the excerpt below from the main heartbleed.com website:
The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet. SSL/TLS provides communication security and privacy over the Internet for applications such as web, email, instant messaging (IM) and some virtual private networks (VPNs).
The Heartbleed bug allows anyone on the Internet to read the memory of the systems protected by the vulnerable versions of the OpenSSL software. This compromises the secret keys used to identify the service providers and to encrypt the traffic, the names and passwords of the users and the actual content. This allows attackers to eavesdrop on communications, steal data directly from the services and users and to impersonate services and users.
So what are some example sites? Well, this is what I’m going to be doing this weekend, changing passwords for a lot of my accounts at sites like:
and a few more.
Thankfully, banking websites or sites like amazon or ebay were not compromised. To learn more about the bug, and other sites that have or have not patched their servers, see the links below.
I am advising anyone who reads this article to change your passwords as soon as possible. You do not want to be part of identity theft or worse. It will become a living nightmare.