• Is my tv compatible for a gamecube?

    I haven t had a gamecube since I had a standardized tv; the one with a fatback. But now, I have a smart flat screen tv.
    I haven t had a gamecube since I had a standardized tv; the one with a fatback. But now, I have a smart flat screen tv.
    5 answers · Other - Games & Gear · 2 days ago
  • What tv does xbox 360 work on? I have an alba 19 inch tv?

    Best answer: The 360 comes with a AV or Composite Video cable. If you have a HDTV you'll want to use a regular HDMI cable. If neither of those work the 360 also has cables for: * s-video * Component Video * DVI * RF Co-ax however these are sold separately and can be bought at any store that sells Xbox games and accessories. show more
    Best answer: The 360 comes with a AV or Composite Video cable. If you have a HDTV you'll want to use a regular HDMI cable.

    If neither of those work the 360 also has cables for:
    * s-video
    * Component Video
    * DVI
    * RF Co-ax
    however these are sold separately and can be bought at any store that sells Xbox games and accessories.
    4 answers · Xbox · 1 day ago
  • I just bought a PS4 on Amazon.com for 300 Euro. Is that a good deal?

    Best answer: Why did you buy a European PS4? It won't connect to PSN in the US and it won't play US PS4 games. Furthermore, the power system is different in Europe. If the PS4 has a global power supply this won't be an issue otherwise you'll have to buy a voltage converter or you will damage your PS4 when you... show more
    Best answer: Why did you buy a European PS4? It won't connect to PSN in the US and it won't play US PS4 games. Furthermore, the power system is different in Europe. If the PS4 has a global power supply this won't be an issue otherwise you'll have to buy a voltage converter or you will damage your PS4 when you plug it into your power outlet.

    As for whether it's a good price or not, keep in mind that 1Euro is about $1.20. A basic PS4 S with 1 controller and no games is $250 in the US. You paid about $380 for your PS4.
    5 answers · PlayStation · 3 days ago
  • Could I transform a low end pc into a gaming pc by simply replacing the processor and graphics card?

    I have an old computer that actually meets the minimum specs for some games like Fortnite but I know it will look absolutely horrible and have a very low FPS. Could I transform it into a decent gaming pc just by buying a good graphics card and processor and putting them in there (while leaving everything else as... show more
    I have an old computer that actually meets the minimum specs for some games like Fortnite but I know it will look absolutely horrible and have a very low FPS. Could I transform it into a decent gaming pc just by buying a good graphics card and processor and putting them in there (while leaving everything else as is) or is it not that easy?
    4 answers · PC · 2 days ago
  • What video games are you playing through?

    Best answer: I haven't touched my PS4 in a few days.

    But I was last playing Horizon: Zero Dawn.
    Best answer: I haven't touched my PS4 in a few days.

    But I was last playing Horizon: Zero Dawn.
    6 answers · Other - Games & Gear · 6 days ago
  • Can deleting all HP programmes from your pc cause any problems?

    Best answer: If they are part of the operating system it certainly will!
    Best answer: If they are part of the operating system it certainly will!
    4 answers · PC · 4 days ago
  • Whats best PC in world?

    5 answers · PC · 6 days ago
  • Question about the original "Fat" XBox 360 about the "Red Ring of Death."?

    Best answer: The RROD was usually caused by the heatsinks on the CPU and/or GPU in the console coming loose due to inadequate amounts of silver paste being used, or, because the clamps holding the heatsinks were themselves defective. This could cause the heatsinks to shift or lose contact with the processor chip, causing it to... show more
    Best answer: The RROD was usually caused by the heatsinks on the CPU and/or GPU in the console coming loose due to inadequate amounts of silver paste being used, or, because the clamps holding the heatsinks were themselves defective.

    This could cause the heatsinks to shift or lose contact with the processor chip, causing it to overheat, and causing irreparable damage to the console. At this point, it would always get the RROD when you powered it on.

    However, the RROD itself just means "hardware fault" and there can be many different ways to cause a fault - not all of them result in permanent damage.

    Yours is the first console I've heard of getting the RROD numerous times, yet continuing to work. Your console does have a problem - sounds like it's with the power connector to the console. So you are extremely lucky that your console has continued to work as well as it has, RROD's and all.
    4 answers · Xbox · 7 days ago
  • Fun PC adventure games?

    Hi all, i am looking for a new single player adventure game for PC. My PC is decent, it has an Intel core i3 2120 and a GTX 670. The only problem is my internet is awful (100kb/s most of the time.) So the download size would have to be reasonably small. (2GB or less.) Thanks
    Hi all, i am looking for a new single player adventure game for PC. My PC is decent, it has an Intel core i3 2120 and a GTX 670. The only problem is my internet is awful (100kb/s most of the time.) So the download size would have to be reasonably small. (2GB or less.) Thanks
    4 answers · PC · 1 week ago
  • When will the GTA 4 servers be shut down for Xbox 360?

    Best answer: Nobody knows. Nobody can possibly know until Rockstar says something, which they haven't.
    Best answer: Nobody knows. Nobody can possibly know until Rockstar says something, which they haven't.
    4 answers · Xbox · 1 week ago
  • Do you still play on playstation 2?

    4 answers · PlayStation · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it safe for me to put a sticker on my Xbox One?

    I have a Supreme sticker I wish to stick on my Xbox One, however I didn't know if it was dangerous to do so.
    I have a Supreme sticker I wish to stick on my Xbox One, however I didn't know if it was dangerous to do so.
    4 answers · Xbox · 2 weeks ago
  • Please help!!! I broke my brothers play station!!!!!!!!?

    Best answer: Smear peanut butter into the cartridge where you jammed the game. The CD will then slowly pry itself out of the gaming device.

    Works like a charm everytime
    Best answer: Smear peanut butter into the cartridge where you jammed the game. The CD will then slowly pry itself out of the gaming device.

    Works like a charm everytime
    5 answers · PlayStation · 2 weeks ago
  • Are there any decent gaming computers for under $200?

    I don’t need 4K 120fps, I just want it to run games at a fairly non-laggy rate. Ive checked on Amazon, there are a few $100 dollar computers that have the minimum specs to run FortNite, but I have a hard time believing that they could actually do that.
    I don’t need 4K 120fps, I just want it to run games at a fairly non-laggy rate. Ive checked on Amazon, there are a few $100 dollar computers that have the minimum specs to run FortNite, but I have a hard time believing that they could actually do that.
    5 answers · PC · 3 weeks ago
  • Which is better, Xbox 361 or Xbox Two?

    5 answers · Xbox · 3 weeks ago
  • How come they sell old unopened dvds for $5, but not old unopened video games for $5?

    Best answer: well, DVDs are normally less than $20 to start from.
    video games are usually $50 or more.
    since 5 is 25% of 20, you might expect a $60 game to eventually be sold at around $15, but never $5...
    Best answer: well, DVDs are normally less than $20 to start from.
    video games are usually $50 or more.
    since 5 is 25% of 20, you might expect a $60 game to eventually be sold at around $15, but never $5...
    6 answers · Other - Games & Gear · 3 weeks ago
  • What is PING and how does it correlates to internet host?

    Best answer: Well it's slang really. Its usually used to give an idea of how long it takes a packet of data to get from one device on a network (usually the internet) to another device, AND BACK again! You'll see it on your XBox because it's useful to know what that delay is when you are gaming - too high a ping... show more
    Best answer: Well it's slang really. Its usually used to give an idea of how long it takes a packet of data to get from one device on a network (usually the internet) to another device, AND BACK again!

    You'll see it on your XBox because it's useful to know what that delay is when you are gaming - too high a ping and what you are seeing doesn't always quite sync with what other players are seeing, and games can get a bit messy!

    *Also you'll sometimes see "ping" used, just to see it a server or device is awake and active!
    4 answers · Xbox · 3 weeks ago