Am planning on trading these away soon and the messaging system of the trade site in question doesn’t support attachments, but it does support linking to URLs, so might as well host them here.
I like tabletop gaming as much as videogaming, and but one of the biggest blockers behind being able to play the more in-depth ones I own (especially the most weighty in my collection, Eclipse) is time spent trying to teach or look up rule minutiae. And aside from knowing the rules, I also don’t expect… Continue reading Custom drawstring bags for Eclipse player races
You’ve tried everything on http://support.xbox.com/en-US/xbox-on-other-devices/connections/xbox-360-wireless-gaming-receiver-windows . You’ve rebooted your machine, tried every USB port and an independently-powered USB hub, you’ve put fresh batteries in your controller, you’ve uninstalled and reinstalled drivers, you’ve tried some other forum posters’ descriptions of “clean booting” or unplugging every other USB device and all manner of other last-ditch voodoo, and you… Continue reading Solder your Microsoft Wireless Gaming Receiver to fix it when Device Manager stops recognizing it.
For anyone planning on joining us for Rock Band, the list of songs we already have, along with their difficulty ratings per-instrument and overall difficulty for the band: Rock Band Songlist in PDF format Other songs we already have, but which would require swapping away from the Rock Band 3 disc to play: The Beatles… Continue reading Rock Band songlist
Because Shattered Horizon was free on Steam the weekend I originally wrote this article and its movement system in zero-gravity space is more full-3D than most FPS games, I wanted to bust out the old Microsoft Strategic Commander. Unfortunately it hasn’t been supported since Windows XP, and I’m on Windows 7. Read on for how… Continue reading Microsoft Sidewinder Strategic Commander in Windows 7 64-bit