Online ID's for video gaming
I was talking with a fellow Geezer Gamer over Twitter the other day, and this peaked my curiosity on why I read reviews and how they can have an effect on my gaming purchase. I guess I have to give a little background on my old purchasing habits to explain this fully, so here we go.
When I first started gaming in ‘04 (I had started playing games back in the NES day’s, but it didn’t become the hobby it is today until I purchased my first Xbox in 2004), I had no clue what I was
Recently, Google and Amazon (And Apple soon) have released their cloud music services, and much to my surprise, I am loving them both. Google’s service required an invite directly from Google, but Amazon’s rolled out to every user at one time. Kind of a different approach, but when you think about it, that is just what they do. Google does the beta, and Amazon opens up to the masses.
I would hate to have to pick a winner right now, because both services have many pro’s
Kinect is the toy that Microsoft’s Xbox division is resting their future on. Yes, they have the Gears and Halo franchises, but Kinect is their shot at re-invigirating their Xbox sales. I bought into the system, and I purchased it on release day. Was it a good purchase? Was it worth the $150 price point? Was it as effective at capturing motion as it stated? In other words, was it as good as advertised? I will answer most of those questions below.
Setting Up Kinect