Yet another very interesting article from The Dreamcast Junkyard about where Tom Charnock explains about why choosing Dreamcast! – As popular as this blog may have become in recent years – I still have no idea why people want to read my rambling diatribes about a long-dead games console, by
Tim Sweeney, which is the CEO of Epic Games that have developed Steam, is now critical to Microsoft again. Windows 10 Updates breaking Steam support Sweeney believes that this is yet another attempt by Microsoft to lock down Windows and shut out Steam. Similar to Windows RT, which means that
A TCP/IP stack is what you need if you want to go on-line. Today all of the most recent operating systems like Windows, MacOSX, MorphOS or even Linux have it included as standard. However, the situation is different for those using AmigaOS as their main operating system. AmigaOS 3.1, which
Distrita’s aim to support all kinds of indie-game developers continues! Now we spread info about two Amiga game developers and distributors AmigaTec and AMIWorx. Helping them promoting for their products at one of worlds biggest game expo’s ever. Gamescom is held in Cologne, Germany from 17th of August until 21st
Modrobert at EurAsia writes: “MNEMO has developed an USB-GDROM controller for Sega Dreamcast. This is currently designed as a replacement for the GD-ROM drive. A few prototypes have been sold for review already, but this product is still in development pending mass production. Thanks goes to DJMANPS2 for the heads up. Read
Sony Computer Entertainment president and group CEO Andrew House took to the stage at the Hammerstein Ballroom at Manhattan Center Studios in New York to reveal the name of Sony’s next-gen console: Playstation 4. It will get 8GB RAM memory, and it was demonstrated with Unreal Engine 4 and Havoc.