Archive for November, 2016

Xbox One Backwards Compatibility update: HUGE Xbox 360 classic added

Xbox Backwards Compatibility has added a true classic, as Microsoft makes Elder Scrolls: Oblivion available on Xbox One. One of the most sought after backwards compatible games, Oblivion was in the top 20 requested Xbox 360 releases, scoring more than 53k …

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Nyko’s All-Star PS3 Lineup

If you think Nintendo was the only one to get a list of top-grade accessories for the fan-favorite Wii, guess again. At CES 2007, Nyko has unleashed a barrage of first-class peripherals for the Sony Playstation 3. Some of these neat and nifty gadgets …

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Draft Penang Plan 2020 up for viewing tomorrow

GEORGE TOWN: An “inspection report” for the review of the Penang Structure Plan 2020 (PSP 2020) will be up for display to get public feedback from tomorrow until Jan 31. Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng said the draft of the finalised PSP 2020 would be open …

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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion And Other Games Now Backwards Compatible On Xbox One

Versions for PS2, Xbox and Wii were planned too, but they were cancelled in 2017. Trine 2 is a puzzle platform game released for PC, PSN, Xbox Live and Mac. This game requires the player to use the skills of the three characters to navigate the levels of …

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Build Your Own C.H.I.P.Station Portable

Readers with a sharp eye will notice that this PlayStation Portable (PSP) is rocking a C.H.I.P.ster logo. But this isn’t a fancy PSP desktop wallpaper, this PSP isn’t even really a PSP at all, this is a C.H.I.P.Station Portable (or CSP for short).

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