I will change things up a bit in this post; after a few tough months, I think it is about time to start looking after myself. Looking after yourself is as important as looking after anyone else you care about but can often be forgotten or pushed to the back
Video Game Career It is not easy to get a career in the video games industry. But if you have the right tools and skills, it can be done. Many people would say it is the best job globally, and they might not be wrong! Do you have what it
NFT stands for Non-Fungible Tokens. NFT’s will be big news in gaming, but are you still confused as to what an NFT is? Here is a brief guide and overview. NFT’s are a type of crypto asset or digital collectable that is unique, and you cannot replace it with another
If you use Twitter, then getting the most out of it needn’t be complicated. I have put together some handy hints and tips to make your Twitter experience better. Are you trying to figure out what you need for a great tweet? How about visuals, links, and hashtags? Crafting Irresistible
What does ray tracing mean? Ray tracing has been common for many years in the film and visual effects industry, but until recently was far too expensive performance wise to consider using in real-time games. It is capable of simulating a variety of optical effects,such as reflection, refraction, soft shadows,
The PlayStation (commonly known as the PS1 or its codename PSX) is a home video game console developed and marketed by Sony Computer Entertainment. It was first released on December 1994 in Japan, September 1995 in North America, and September 1995 in Europe. Development of the console began after a
The Sega Mega Drive, known as the Genesis in North America, was a 16-bihome video game console developed by Sega. The Mega Drive was Sega’s successor to the Master System. Released in 1988 in Japan, and in 1989 in North America, followed by a European release in 1990. The main
The Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) was a 16-bit home video game console produced by Nintendo. It was first released in 1990, in Japan, and in 1991 in North America. A European released followed in 1992. The SNES featured advanced graphics and sound capabilities compared with the previous 8-bit generation of consoles.