Bruno Ferreira wrote a good article on how to improve the PC as a gaming platform. As someone who is a PC gamer, I couldn’t agree more with what he says. It’s extremely difficult to build a system for PC gaming, and very difficult to buy games since the metrics used are so difficult to […]
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An old but interesting interview with X-Plane creator Austin Meyer on Direct3D vs. OpenGL: …I bet on OpenGL, and used that. As a result, here we are, 15 years later, and the people that use Direct3D can support Windows only. But, with OpenGL, I support Windows, Mac, Linux, Palm OS, Google Android OS, and oh […]
There is a blog dedicated to guys who act like jerks towards female gamers. Never quite understood what that was about. For what it’s worth women play way more games than the stereotypes suggest. They are also a growing demographic by many accounts. It’s amusing to read, but sad at the same time.
Another week, another gallery. 6 this week as the 7th is actually a video which I define as a rapid series of photos.
Jabra, the company known for their mobile headset did an interesting survey of driving distractions. We’ve all seen a ton of these in the media over the years, generally we know that pretty much everyone eats at least occasionally while driving (72%). We also know people talk on the phone. We know some even text […]
Ah the classics.
As I play more Operation Iraqi freedom, I get less and less work done in the evenings… not good for me. On the plus side, I’m starting to learn my way around Iraq by air.
RULES!!!! Damn this game is fun. I don’t think I’ll be seeing the light of day anytime soon. I can’t wait until I get up to speed on all the changes since the last version, and I can start on some missions. Nice graphics, nice game play, good price. How can I complain? Not much […]