Yesterday I was playing Overwatch, which I’m relatively new to. Not only that but I was trying out a different character which I had little experience with. Combine both of these, the former reflected in the fact that I’m only rank 12, and, yeah, I’m not a brilliant player. But I’m not THAT bad.
Someone though thought differently as I was suddenly sent a message on my PS4.
Looking for a simple and cheap way to improve your PS3 gaming experience? ORB, purveyors of fine gaming accessories, sell some rather find replacement triggers and thumb stick “tops” that may be just what you need.
The ORB triggers are fitted over the existing L2 and R2 buttons on the PS3 controller. Made of a matching plastic to the original these aren’t very difficult to fit and make usage of these buttons. What they do is make the buttons stick out further, particularly at the bottom, allowing your fingers to rest on them more naturally – perfect for shooting!
When I bought my PS3 (the slim model) I have a choice between the 160GB and 320GB models. As I had no intention of storing music and photos on it I thought the former, cheaper, model would be fine. I was wrong. I didn’t account for 2 things – 1) the size of games and […]
The on-screen keyboard on the PS3 isn’t too bad but sometimes using the controller can be slow and cumbersome – particularly for long messages. As a server administration for my Battlefield clan I now often have to message people if I’m intending to “kick” them so that they know why (usually to allow clan members […]
After the disaster that was my 4Gamers headset, I decided to put a bit more money into what is becoming an essential piece of kit for my PS3 gaming.
To this end, the best value for money, I believe is the official Sony wireless headset. The main selling feature, apart from its wireless connectivity, is the virtual 7.1 surround. You’d need to be spending twice the money for an equivalent Turtle Beach headset.
Sony are releasing an update for the PS3 today which updates your system to v4.20. Software update v4.10 added a feature that enabled you to hear your own voice through the Wireless Stereo Headset when playing multiplayer modes. This type of audio feedback is known as “sidetone.” Based on feedback the new update will improve sidetone […]
The 4Gamers CP-Pro is a headset designed for PS3 gamers and, although made by 4Gamers, this is an officially licensed PlayStation product. In the large, transparent window fronted, box you get the headset itself, a black drawstring storage pouch and a small instruction booklet. The CP-Pro connects via 2 cables. One is a USB and supplies power […]
Last week I made mention of this game which had just turned up in the PlayStation Store. Now I’ve had a chance to play it. Before I start, he’s a quick recap of the storyline behind it… There has been a fatal accident in the Large Hadron Collider that plunged the nearby city into chaos, […]
The PlayStation Store is working again today so I took the opportunity to buy and download the game Pain. Great game. However, I wait for the over 1GB of data to download, then for it to install before I can run it… then I have to wait for it to download and install updates. Updates? […]