Articles with this tag:online gaming
- MapleTire in defaultposted at 4:37 pm Aug 31,2011
... and is it's 'cheating'?
Something I learnt about gaming. Many games are placed in third person view. Think of them as playing with dolls and the emotion these avatars create in the game world.
I strongly believe that many guys select the female on the character selection screen to take care of them.
Many guys that do enjoy being them while I see many players who are guys who select the guys avatar, complain like crazy. Have you noticed that too? They later rub this in by being level 70s or 80s or some other high level character.
I also believe girls feel cheated by this. I see loads of girls complain about this (even on this MMOsite website, sorry ladies), and I'm being to see why.
So is this cheating or not?
- The3liteX in defaultposted at 12:12 am Mar 23,2010
Have you stopped and wondered about what would it be like to be playing all the games you are playing in your console and able to play it on your PC; not just that, you don't have to go to a store and you don't even have to download anything, it's also can be accessed everywhere and you could share your gaming videos into any social network.
Well is there any service like that? Well I got the answer for you, and plus something that you will be thankful for reading this article. The Answer is OnLive, the first ONLINE gaming service that allows you to buy or rent ANY game that you like that is available, playing is easily by clicking the button, you don't even have to download any big files, nothing at all. Also, it can even be played anywhere, to your friends house, to a public setting, literally anywhere that has internet access. With this in mind, there is no hassale if you buy a game that you don't like, you may or may not return it, but with O
- Hyuk in defaultposted at 2:10 am Jul 13,2009
According to a recent research conducted by ComScore, online game players rose 22 percent in May with 87 million players in the US alone, while the number of console gamers was down 23 percent, compared to the same month of last year.
According to the research, online gaming is less expensive and has become an alternative to those cutting back during the recession and gaming in this fashion is growing at ten times the rate of the US Internet population.
Yahoo! Games came in at number one with 19.4 million visitors which constituted approximately 22 percent of the online market. EA came in second with 18 million visitors, Nickelodeon Casual Games was third with 14.8 million visitors, and WildTangent Network was fourth with 13.8 million visitors.
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