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- We Review Qantas' $30 Million Flight Simulator
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- The OUYA Doesn't Actually Suck: How To Make The Indie Console Great
- Five Ways To Maximise Your GTA V Playing Time (Without Getting Fired)
If you’re not in the mood to build your own emulation machine, you can still enjoy a variety of classic games using just your browser. The Historical Software Archive, part of the Internet Archive, has made available a number of older, quality titles including Karateka, Akalabeth and Choplifter.
Hi Lifehacker, I’ve been a gamer for most of my life, and as a consequence I have amassed a somewhat sizable collection of ‘vintage’ video games and consoles. I currently have an Atari, Sega Mega Drive, PS1, PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, and am looking to add a few more into this collection (Super Nintendo, Commodore 64…). All the consoles and games are different, and there are varieties of both discs and cartridges. So my question is, what’s the best and safest way to store them all? I want to be enjoying these classics for years to come!
One of Qantas’ most popular Frequent Flyer goodies is a session in one of its multi-million dollar full-motion flight simulators — the same machines that are used to train real pilots. To see if it’s worth the dosh, we hopped inside a Boeing 747-400 cockpit and took to the virtual skies in a variety of international locations. Predictably, crashing ensued.
Last night, we stopped by the EB Games Expo to check out some of the games that will be launching alongside the PlayStation 4, including Killzone: Shadow Fall, inFAMOUS Second Son and Drive Club. Having recently tested a handful of flagship Xbox One launch titles, we were eager to see how Sony’s lineup would compare. Here are our first impressions.
Everybody loved the OUYA until it came out, and then they realised it didn’t quite live up to its promise of becoming an inexpensive, independent gaming platform that rivals the big consoles. Regardless of what OUYA becomes, it is a great device when approached from the right mindset. Here’s how I made the best of my OUYA and came to love it.
Grand Theft Auto V is already a hideous time-sink and things are about to get a whole lot worse with the release of GTA V Online. Here are five tips from the Lifehacker archives that will help you to balance your digital crime capers with the rest of your life.
Android (rooted): The PS3′s controller is great for games, but it makes text entry a pain in the nethers and it’s too big to fit in your pocket. Sure you don’t put it down while gaming, but when watching videos on YouTube, it always seems to end up out of reach. Luckily for us, Android app BlueputDroid solves these problems.