Category Archives: Gaming
11-23-16 Initial release.
Recently I got a lot of gamers telling me that in my previous Halo 2 Project Cartographer video that the files linked didn’t work, or maybe they had issues on Windows 10. All of that didn’t make any sense to me at all, so earlier today I reinstalled the game, got the Halo 2 Launcher file from h2v.online, and it got my game online on the first try!
So how does it work? Here is the quick text tutorial:
- Install Halo 2 Vista PC on your computer. It works fine on my Windows 10 64-bit machine.
- Get the Halo 2 Launcher from h2v.online/install. Link here.
- Put the .exe in the root of your Halo 2 folder.
- Run the .exe, make an account, and then sign in and play!
For the visual learners out there, see my video tutorial below. Enjoy!
6-2-16: Initial release.
Right now for a limited time, if you go to the Origin software, the next free game on the house is NOX! I remember playing this game ages ago when Westwood Studios was still alive, the same guys who brought you Command and Conquer.
If you are not familiar with NOX, it is like a Diablo like clone, but with its own twist on the RPG scene. It still has LAN, so you can definitely play it local or online with a program like Tunngle or Gameranger. If you are into free games, I suggest you at least get this game to add to your Origin library before it is too late! Enjoy!
11-18-14: Inital release.
When you host a LAN server, and when you try to join it, your game will prompt you for a CD Key. What do you do if you lost your CD key? Well, see the tutorial below which will help you bypass the LAN server serial key check and you can start playing right away with your LAN buddies!
1.) Open My Computer and go to your RavenShield\system directory.
2.) Open the GSRouters.dat file with Notepad.
3.) Change the line “CDKeyServerIP0=gscdkey-mtl1.ubisoft.com” to:
4.) Save and close GSRouters.dat.
5.) Open the RavenShield.ini file in the same directory.
6.) Browse to the line that starts with “m_szUbiRemFileURL” – it is about 6/10 of the way down, under the [R6GameService.R6GSServers] section.
7.) Change this line to:
8.) Save and close RavenShield.ini.
9.) CDKey check is now disabled (when it asks for a cdkey, just click the check mark, and wait 10 seconds and u will be joining the server. Now you can play real LAN, Tunngle, Hamachi, or whatever method you choose.
9-12-14: Initial release.
9-23-14: Plusmaster for black ops 2 was shut down, so I linked a new video tutorial.
When you are a gamer and tutorial enthusiast like me, you are always on the hunt to do the most badass game tutorials out there, right? Now did you know there are several popular games that you can play online on cracked servers, that do not require steam or origin?
Rather than write out the steps to each game method, please see my list of game videos below. In particular, I am going to show you games where the gamers have setup their own online emulator service to play, which is so bad ass!
Battlefield Bad Company 2
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2
Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3
Call of Duty Black Ops
Call of Duty Black Ops II
If there are more bad ass games with emulators, I will add to this list. Enjoy!
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.