As the years pass, and generations of consoles pass us by, so grows our gaming library. But how do you keep track of a library of games, especially in an age where it’s not as simple as looking at your shelf? I’ve had a hunt about for some of the best ways to accomplish this.
I recently had a thought. What is the most important part of gaming? Is it the consoles? The games? The graphics? Soundtrack? Story? Obviously, everyone has a different opinion. Without games, there is no gaming. Without consoles, there are no games. Without the games themselves, there’s no soundtrack or graphics. Without the script, there’s nothing… Continue reading The Trials and Tribulations of Saving Games
Google opened their new Web Store today with version 8 of their Chrome web browser. The Web Store plays host to a network of web applications, with games being amongst them in a bid for virtual shelf space.