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Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Xbox One Review

With the recent release of the Xbox One I have been asking myself is it worth the 500euro price tag that comes with it. My answer is not so simple. Given the hardware upgrades and reconfiguration of the the controller including the haptic feedback from the triggers, I would say yes its worth the money. Especially when compared to mid level gaming computers of the same value.

On the other hand, when I think about the Release conference and the blatant lies Microsoft told us, the fact that they tried to force DRM on us and the whole fiasco with Kinect having to be on all the time, as well as having to have a constant online connection and check in once every 24hrs, I would say no. Although they removed all the restrictions they imposed due to "player feedback" yeah right, they still tried to force them on us in the first place they really shot themselves in the foot.

They lied to us at the release, then they lied again and told us when they listened to our feedback. The truth is they saw Sony's release, then checked their pre-sales and realised they were losing money. The Xbox One was rushed and therefore still has some serious bugs. Kinect voice commands don't work in Ireland, the games seem to freeze now and again because of all the changes, we might not see some of the games announced at E3. The future of Xbox is solely in the consumers hands.Lets hope Microsoft got the hint.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Page translator

For all my overseas visitors there is a page translator at the top left of the page. just another way to keep my visitors

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Xbox 360 Help Info

If your an avid gamer and love your Xbox 360 as much as I do, then you’re probably very aware of just how vulnerable they are, the only problem is, what do you do when something goes wrong?

Microsoft has an excellent warranty service plan on all Xbox 360’s and if something breaks, bust or gets damaged within 3 years from the day you buy it, your covered. Microsoft will take care of the problem, whatever it might be, freezing, disc tray jamming up, video problems and especially the 3 red light error.

In fact, the 3 red light happened so much, that before they extended their 1 year warranty to a 3 year warranty, they agreed that they would fix any Xbox 360 with this particular problem, warranty of not, now if you ask me, that’s a great warranty service plan.

Other common Xbox 360 errors are problems with your video game not playing after you place it into your DVD disc tray and hit play, all of a sudden you get an error message on your T.V screen giving you the “Unplayable Disc Error”. What can you do to fix this problem, well to be honest; it’s caused from excessive game play, leaving the motor located on the inside of your DVD drive dry on lubricant.

So, it won’t spin correctly, much like a car stops running with it runs of oil.

It’s recommended that if the problem happens with your console, you either call Microsoft’s support line immediately (1-800-4MYXBOX) or have a professional repair the problem for you. However, it’s not a difficult one to fix, if you’ve got a flat head screwdriver and an Allen-wrench set laying around the house somewhere, you can repair it yourself!

All you really need to is pull the motor out of the dvd player, rub off any of the excessive grits & grease and re-lube it up with some either WD-40 or any other kind of lubricant like it. If your not sure how to do this, you can find a few videos online browsing Google or better yet, there’s a whole bunch of videos on YouTube to fix this particular problem alone.

In fact, whatever the problem might be, you can find a solution to fix it on YouTube, but whether or not it’s good advice to follow is up to you.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Connect to xbox live without a wireless adaptor

You need a laptop or p.c
You need any ethernet cable. 
You also need a good wireless connection. 

Plug the ethernet cable into your xbox, and the back of your laptop. 
Click on start. Then click on the control panel. 
From there, (category mode), click on the Network and Internet Connections tab. Then, click on Network Connections. 
You should see a Local Area Connection, and Wireless connection 2. 
Left click on Wireless Connection 2. 
Click on the Advanced Tab. 
Check Mark the box that says: Allow other network users to connect through this connection. or something like that. 
Turn on xbox and test connection. 
Boom, instant connection.

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


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