Have you ever dreamed of driving your own race car in an actual race? iRacing gives you that chance! They are the ultimate place to go racing online. From NASCAR, to IndyCar, GRAND-AM, Aussie V-8 Supercars to sports cars and Grand Prix racing, iRacing has it all. All you need is a computer, a gaming wheel or game pad that simply plugs into the USB port of your computer and an Internet connection. iRacing organizes all of the racing for you with over 40 official series , or you can choose to host your own race or race in one of over 400 private leagues.
DogHouse and RevRacing have partnered together to bring you the ultimate racing rig. You can find out more about RevRacing at their website. And if you want to check out the iRacing rig at DogHouse Systems, click on the image below!
The amazing people who brought you The Walking Dead and Fables have now partnered with Gearbox and 2K to take us into the Borderlands world with ‘Tales from the Borderland’. Are you as excited as I am??
According the an extensive report by the Guardian has claimed that there is evidence, based on the Snowden papers, that both the NSA and GCHQ are spying on you in online games including World of Warcraft and Xbox Live! It states agents not only monitor individuals, but recruit plays and record conversations!
Fallout is a much loved franchise and the excitement over the announcement of Fallout 4 is palpable. So when the site www.survivor2299.com hit the webs, fans of Fallout went crazy. The site had cryptic messages and Morse code as well as a count down. The leading theory was it was a count down to the announcement of Fallout 4. But yesterday, a new cryptic message appeared on the site, a sad violin video. Now the website has random trash.
Although it turned out to be a hoax, it was a ton of fun trying to decipher the messages. Here is a Google doc with the attempts.
Gaming on your PC can be more than just WASD! Go beyond the keyboard and mouse by using the new PS4 DualShock controller on your gaming PC. The guys over at PC Gamer not only show you how to get your new controller setup on your PC, but also the features from the controller that will work. Would love to hear if any of you have tried it yet!
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With the arrival of the Midsummer Festival event in World of Warcraft, I was very excited about being able to go after my first big world boss named Ahune who, according to WoWHead, required me to be level 85 or above. He was supposed to be waiting for me to kick his butt in the Slave Pens. I was nervous and excited so I took Assero and a healer who wanted to run with us down into the depths to face him because I knew even at 87 I couldn’t defeat him alone. One problem, he wasn’t there. We went over every inch of the place looking for him before the guild pointed me to the dungeon finder. Contrary to what I had read, you had to be 89 to queue for and encounter Ahune. Apparently the originally Level 70 boss, introduced in 2008, has leveled up with each subsequent expansion as all world bosses do, which was something I was woefully unprepared for. He became available to level 89 and 90 characters alone when the level cap was increased last fall with the release of the Mists of Pandaria expansion. Disappointed doesn’t even begin to cover it… Full Story
My feet hit the ground in Azeroth and I was ready to take on the World… of Warcraft. Although I knew I wanted to be a Horde character, I had no idea what to do beyond that. The idea of having a companion watch my back was comforting and very appealing, so I felt that the best fit for me would be a Hunter. And so Aduial, the Blood Elf Hunter, was born. She traveled through Azeroth alongside her companion Assero, a (very patient) Blood Elf Paladin, who explained how the World of Warcraft worked. Since the only time they played was when they were able to play together, Aduial and Assero leveled slowly. I ended up creating a few alternative characters (alts) in order to play when Assero wasn’t available, but outside of some achievements didn’t log on to play Aduial without him. Full Story
I started playing World of Warcraft in January 2012, just over seven years after the title first launched. I had always wanted to get into the Warcraft universe because the Battle Chests on the store shelves looked so awesome. The requirement of a constant internet connection was too much for my pre-university dwelling, so I was never able to get into Warcraft III. Once I was living in a dorm away from home and had access to high speed internet, the idea of getting into a game where I had to play against others who I had never met was too much for my introverted self. I stayed up all night playing Civilization 3 instead, happy to conquer the world of AI over and over again. Full Story