How to Write a Video Game Review

If you are an avid video gamer, you can earn extra income by writing video game reviews. These reviews can be submitted to video gaming sites or blogs that will pay set fees for them. Most video gamers like to see games tested and rated before they make a purchase, so the reviews you write will be of benefit to them--as well as to you.

How to Play the Sticky Head Game

The term "icebreaker games" may sound chilly at first, but these party games are actually used to warm-up a crowd of unfamiliar people gathered in a social setting. It is sometimes awkward or even stressful when guests walk into a party where they know very few people. Make things easier by arranging an icebreaker game to relax the guests.

How to Create PC Games

Everyone loves playing video games. And chances are, if you've played lots of video games, you've dreamed about making a game of your own some day. Well, the good news is that it can be done. The bad news is that it's a huge amount of work, so read on to figure out whether you still want to make a PC game, or if you'll be happier just playing them.

How to Play GBA Games on a PSP

The Sony PSP is capable of playing more than just its own games. It is powerful enough to play games of older systems that use more resources than that of PSP games. The Nintendo Gameboy Advance is one of those systems that the PSP can emulate. You will first need to install custom firmware onto your PSP before you can use this guide. Custom firmware is user-made software that runs the PSP. It will void your warranty, but it is legal.

How to Download PS2 Games & Burn Them

Ever since the release of Sony's PlayStation 3, the older PlayStation 2 system has been slowly sinking into obsolescence. Consequently, there are fewer PS2 games on the market. Gamers needing a replacement for their favorite games may discover no copies are available. Fortunately, several websites offer PS2 game files--called "ISOs"--for download onto the computer. This allows PS2 owners looking for a quick backup of their games to download and burn the files to a DVD. Best of all, these sites are free, and the games are made available by generous gamers from around the world.

How to Play Things the Board Game

How to Play Things the Board Game. The best party games allow people to be talkative and use their creativity. "Things" is a board game that does this in a simple way. It's a board game that minimizes the need of a board and makes playing more about interacting in a fun way. Here are the basic rules and some good hints to being a great player.

How to Reduce Lag in Online Games

Few things frustrate and annoy online gamers more than game slowdown, freezing and lag. When you play an online game, you want it to run smoothly, but lag makes your game slow to a crawl, and can even result in you losing a match. Lag has many possible causes, including outdated computer hardware, slow Internet speed or a poor wireless signal.

How to Create a Board Game Book Report

Completing a book report doesn't have to mean sitting at a computer and writing a lengthy essay. So long as your instructor permits it, a book report can be an opportunity to be creative and interpret the material you studied in an engaging way. One way to do this is to create a board game based on the book, using the book's characters and story as a way of tying the material to a fun project.

How to Play the C-Low Dice Game

Not much information is known about the dice game C-low. It doesn't have the history that craps does, but many people still enjoy playing it. It is more of a street type of dice game and has varying rules. Knowing the basic C-low rule set will ensure that you can pick up all of its variants quickly.

How to Copy the Xbox 360 Game Disc

The Xbox 360 has a DVD drive that plays video games on DVD discs. You can make a copy of your legally owned Xbox game using a computer DVD copy program. No special skills or experience is needed, as the DVD copy program works equally as well with computer DVDs as Xbox game discs. There are a number of DVD copy programs that can be acquired at no cost, all of which operate in a similar manner to copy a Xbox 360 video game disc.

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