“That’s what I get for playing this dumb-ass game.”
At least the person from the story above learned a lesson after playing Pokeman Go while driving. I guess ramming into a police car will help one learn a lesson quickly. The driver is lucky nobody was hurt or killed.
The video above raises the ridiculous question of whether video game competitions are a sport. Of course they aren’t, despite all of the video game groupies, fans and televised competitions. It’s entertainment and competition that is taking the world by storm . . . but it’s not a sport.
Sony has promised its fans a brand new portable PlayStation. But the launch of such a product has been put off for now. The PSP was a huge hit, but was followed by a moderately successful PS Vita. The PS Vita 2 might not make it to the stores at all, due to the “unfriendly” climate on the gaming market dominated by smartphones.
One of the biggest debates in the world of gaming is the one that compares the experience of playing on a PC versus playing on an Xbox One or a PS4. While all of these gaming platforms have their advantages and disadvantages that you should consider, the lowdown on what each has to offer is listed below in a succinct manner so that you can decide for yourself which one is the best route to take.
Cost and Performance Capabilities
Gaming consoles like the Xbox One and the PS4 have a lot of power and provide gamers with the ability to enjoy a lot of high-resolution games that boast incredible graphics on your big TV screen. But despite all of this power, when it comes to PC gaming, users have a lot more upgrades available. And rather than having to purchase a brand new, expensive gaming console in a few years, you can keep the same PC and make improvements to it by adding things like a better processor, hard drive, or graphics card.