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Nearly everyone likes to have a space dedicated to their hobby. Someone really into movies is going to have their home cinema, someone really into books is going to have a reading cubby or maybe even a whole library in the office. If you really love gaming, then stop depriving yourself. You can create a den that not only enhances your gaming experience but will make you the envy of most gamers you know. But how do you make the best of it?
For those who aren't involved in gaming in any real way, it can be hard to understand why there seems to be so much animosity between those who game on their TVs using consoles like the Playstation 4 or Xbox One and those who do it on their PCs. There seems to be an attitude from a lot of PC gamers that PC gaming is simply superior to console gaming in every way. But is that true? Well, yeah, pretty much. PCs have more power behind them as well as a whole host of extra features that consoles can't match up to. The main reason that consoles have always been more popular is that they are generally a little cheaper than a high-end gaming PC and that they have always been quicker to boot up and start playing right away. However, over the last few years, things have shifted a little bit. Thanks to the way that console gaming has shifted over time, you now have to deal with things like constant updates and install periods that make it just as, if not more, time-consuming than using a PC. So what are the benefits to PC gaming and why should you bother giving it a try?
Taking place this year from June 13-15 is the E3 three-day gaming world marathon in Los Angeles. It’s where the massive giants of the gaming industry will announce all the projects they’ve been working on behind closed door. The gaming industry has now surpassed the film industry in Hollywood as a most money-making industry.
Every technology company worth their weight in salt will want to book their spot in the multiple halls and arenas to lure consumers in and have a look, test and potentially buy their wares. Some of the biggest names in the industry will take their rightful and usual spots in the marathon timetable, this of course means, Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Capcom, Namco Bandai and Epic Games will all be in attendance. However, there’s so much to watch out for, but here’s a rundown of the most anticipated events on the calendar.
If you are looking for a way to while away the hours, then there has never been an easier time to be able to do that. These days, we have countless options for gaming, thanks in part to the Internet, which offers so many kinds of games that it is hard to list them all. The truth is, however, that they are so different in kind that many of them appeal to completely different people. One thing is for certain: they are all a great way to spend your spare time, so long as you know where to find them and what you are doing once you have found them. In this post, we are going to look at some of the major types of gaming that you can access online. Let’s take a look at the gaming world as it currently stands.
There’s more to modern gaming that keeping on top of the latest releases. Having the latest tech can drastically improve your gaming experience. Here are a few gadgets that every pro gamer ought to consider getting their hands on this year.
Gaming is one of the most popular pastimes for young people these days. And the development of technology in recent years has seen the gaming industry explode. It is worth billions of dollars and enjoys new interest every day. If you are someone who enjoys gaming these days, you need to think about how to make the most of your virtual world. So, here are some ideas and suggestions you can use to help you make the most of your gaming experiences.
The story line of Trove is very similar to my philosophy on life build and explore a little each day and you'll achieve success. Of course they'll be challenges and things can get difficult, but keep going and you'll unlock rewards and discover something bright and fun in the process!
If you like Minecraft or Cube World you'll love Trove, an MMO browser-based game available now on both PC and Mac.
Read on for 5 of my favorite things about Trove and play now
For the second year in a row, Sasha Talks Tech is at E3!
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All good things must come to an end and after three full action packed days at #E32014 we bring you this highlight video of our favorite moments, new releases, gameplay,after parties and more!
Special thanks to @GabesGallery for covering the event for #SashaTalksTech
One of the biggest perks of #E3 is being able to get hands on with the newest games before they hit the market.
After the break we've got previews of Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, Evolve, Dead Island 2.
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The first full day of the Electronic Entertainment Expo aka E3 is just wrapping up in Los Angeles.
Special thanks to Gabriel, our resident gamer, for capturing the sights and sounds from day one for #SashaTalksTech!
Here are some of the takeaways from the big guys....check out pictures and videos after the break!
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare footage released. The game is set in the near future.
New Zelda and Mario Smash Bros set for release.
PlayStation TV will launch this fall in the United States, Canada, and Europe for just $100.
E3- the annual Electronics Entertainment Expo kicks off with media day on Monday and will run from June 10th-12th in downtown Los Angeles.
#SashaTalksTech will have boots on the ground to bring you all of the updates and announcements from the expo floor. For the uninitiated, E3 is one of the biggest conventions bringing together big names like Microsoft, EA Games, Sony, and Nintendo under one roof to give us an up close look at their latest gadgets and games.
I'm out of the country so I won't be able to attend, but thankfully our #SashaTalksTech blog ambassador Gabriel will be giving you the inside scoop on the big announcements, games and more.
Read on to hear more on the top things we are looking forward to seeing at #E3.
I hope you had a good holiday weekend!
We have some great stories coming to SashaTalksTech this June.
America's Startup Live Expo
Celebrate Entrepreneurship! The American Dream with a Hollywood Twist
May 30-June 1 in Santa Monica
Inspirational Stories, Tech Demos, Panel Discussions, Networking, Food, Shopping, Millennial Entrepreneur Reality Show Casting Call
SATURDAY - The Future of Entrepreneurship: Bitcoins? Hollywoodtech?
SUNDAY – Entrepreneurship - A Woman’s Perspective
“Have Fun, Do Good, Play Mobile." That's the mantra of Zuul Labs, an indie game developer out of Huntington Beach, California.
On May 19, the company unveiled a Kickstarter campaign in an effort to use crowd-source funding to develop its inaugural game, "Tall Tails."
The dog-themed game, which includes subtle teachings of the animal rescue process, also has a charitable element to it. A percentage of game profits will go to rescue dog charities.
“We've created an entertaining game that raises money and awareness for animals who need homes,” said Rachel Valentine, Zuul Labs marketing and brand manager.
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