Weekly Tidbit – Xbox One Blu-Ray First Time

This quick video shows you what happens the first time you insert a Blu-ray or DVD in to the Xbox One console. To play movies you have to first download the Blu-ray App for the Xbox. The Xbox One Blu-ray app is a fairly decent movie player, although lacking somewhat as it does not include include 3-D Blu-ray abilities at this time. Hopefully this will be a feature in the future thanks to a software update. Continue reading

Weekly Tidbit – Xbox One Game Case Backwards

Xbox One Forza 5 Disk Case

Xbox One Forza 5 Disk Case

With the launch of the next generation Xbox this last week, many users will have been opening their new games to find something is just a little, backwards. It appears in all its wisdom Microsoft has decided somewhere down the line to make the Xbox One Game Case Backwards? Add this to the surprise of having to keep disks in the console after waiting for them to install for five minutes due to the whole DRM issue. It is quite annoying. I must ask, Microsoft after years of media (Including VCR’s, remember those) being on the right side of the pack, why would you change now.  Any way I would love to hear your comments on the strange backwards thinking, tell us what you think with a quick comment below.

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How To Install OpenPS2Loader

So you want to install OpenPS2Loader on your PS2. Well, that’s good as it offers many great additions to your Playstation. One of the favourite abilities is the capability to play games from my network SSD raid array. In this howto, we will show you how to install OpenPS2Loader on to your PS2 that is running Free McBoot properly. Now for this how to we are going to assume you have already installed Free McBoot. If not we will soon have a tutorial here until then google will be your friend.

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Weekly Tidbit – Xbox One & PS4 Midnight Launches

PS4 and XboxOne Launch Events

PS4 and XboxOne Launch Events

 

EB Games Australia this week confirmed the details of its midnight launch events for the upcoming next-gen consoles. The Xbox One and PS4 will be launched on the 22nd and 28th of november respectfully here in Australia, and you can grab yours at midnight from any off the participating stores. More details can be found at the EB Games events website here.