Rodent
September 26, 2014, 05:23:16 PM by Rodent
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New X360 Corona motherboard where RGH fails
>> Xbox 360's with 500GB and FIFA 15 pack are incompatible with RGH

Seems Microsoft has released a new Corona motherboard layout that is using a smaller die and new traces and Nand setup, as such it is currently not possible to RGH (mod) these new Xbox 360 consoles!

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Rodent
September 26, 2014, 05:09:31 PM by Rodent
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X  consoles has posted there release date October 13, 2014 ...
toadzilla
September 11, 2014, 02:06:41 AM by toadzilla
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  Who doesn't love a nice looking handhelds even better when it looks like a retro controller.  ...
Modded Matt
September 08, 2014, 06:46:01 AM by Modded Matt
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This was buried on the internet. Nobody wants to talk about this?

The PlayStation Network is currently offline due to a multitude of DDoS (distributed denial of service) attacks brought on by hacker group, Lizard Squad. Users attempting to login to PSN receive the error code “NW-31456-9,” and the message, “Cannot connect to the server within the time limit.”

This is certainly not the first instance of Sony’s PlayStation Network being preyed upon by hackers and cyber-terrorists. In 2010, the PSN service fell victim to another hacker attack, and was out of commission for nearly a month. With so many PlayStation owners subscribed to and paying for PlayStation Plus, one would think Sony would have built up their defenses over the past 4 years.

The previously mentioned hacker group, Lizard Squad, has posted on Twitter that they are responsible for this attack, and that it is the first strike of many designed to put a definite end to Sony. They have also stated their reasoning behind the attack is, and I quote, “PC MASTER RACE.” You can view their official Twitter page here.



Read more: http://www.gamerheadlines.com/2014/08/playstation-network-down-due-to-hacker-groups-ddos-attacks/#ixzz3CjQ9ujn3


Modded Matt
August 21, 2014, 10:42:52 AM by Modded Matt
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Want to take your favorite Xbox One game for a spin without having to pay for it? An upcoming new Microsoft program appears to be paving the way.

The software giant is testing a new feature called "Free Play Day with Gold" that would unlock select Xbox One titles for you to download and play for a certain period of time, presumably 24 hours, Eurogamer.net reported on Thursday. The program was apparently first mentioned in a Reddit Xbox One discussion thread by someone who said that the game "Max: The Curse of Brotherhood" had already been unlocked as a free download.

Microsoft currently provides some freebies through its Games with Gold program, which offers two Xbox One games for free each month with a $60-per-year Xbox Live Gold subscription. Exposing Xbox One users to even more games via yet another program isn't a bad idea.

Sales of the Xbox One console themselves haven't been as hot as expected, especially when compared with those of Sony's PlayStation 4. Earlier this month, Sony said its PlayStation 4 has sold more than 10 million units worldwide since its November 2013 launch. In April, Microsoft announced it had shipped 5 million Xbox One units to retailers but has remained silent on sales figures. Microsoft needs all the help it can get to drum up interest in the console and its still limited but growing array of titles.

How will the new program work? That remains to be seen.

Responding to a tweet asking for information, Microsoft's Xbox support Twitter account initially expressed surprise about the "Free Play Day with Gold" feature, according to blog site Neowin. The tweeter asked if "Free Play Day" is a new thing or not. In response, the Xbox support team said: "Looks like it is actually. We'll be in touch here shortly."
Crumbz
June 26, 2014, 01:15:08 PM by Crumbz
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Introducing the Samsung Galaxy Note 4!



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