The latest and greatest in video games has been the motion systems that are being released for PS3 and XBOX 360. These games are highly addictive and are very enjoyable, and they often have colorful graphics and great animations. They are suitable for both adults and children and they can be played anytime and anywhere. This wouldn’t be the first time EA tried to do this. In 2002, the publisher released The Sims Online, later rebranded as EA-Land, a multiplayer online game. Players subscribed to the game for $9.99 per month, but it never fully lived up to the expectations. At the time, not a lot of people had broadband, and the game had a lot of lag. You could only control one Sim (your avatar), and the focus of the game was on watching your Sim gain skills and earn money. There was not enough creativity, and may players felt it wasn’t interesting enough to be worth the price. The game ended in 2008, and EA decided to move forward with other projects.
In March 2003, Deputy Assistant Attorney General John G. Malcolm testified before the Senate Banking Committee regarding the special problems presented by online gambling. A major concern of the United States Department of Justice is online money laundering. The anonymous nature of the Internet and the use of encryption make it especially difficult to trace online money laundering transactions. One drawback to the Xbox 360 is its unique disk vulnerability. If the console is moved mid play, there is the potential for a deep ring from the console to be etched into the game. The game will be playable again only if it is repaired. Silver Lining is one of my favorites among the other two DLCs. The DLC encompasses most characters in Spider-Man PS4, especially Silver Sable. The all out brawl battle from Turf Wars continues as the game leads to the potential rematch against Hammerhead. Unlike Turf Wars, Hammerhead’s people are fully equipped with Sable’s gear making them incredibly strong to beat.
Gardens of Time is an innovative and exciting hidden objects game from “Playdom”. The game has already been available on Facebook for a while now, can of course be played on the Playdom website, and due to its immense popularity it was released for enjoyment on iPhones as well. Recently there was an electronic gaming tournament held in Seoul, South Korea at Jamsil Indoor Stadium. This event was the ps3 equivalent of our Superbowl. The game of choice for this event was “StarCraft”, which is a web game that is played on PCs. This event was nationally televised and broadcast on the Internet. The audience of 1.78 million who viewed it on television and online were glued to their seats as they watched the daylong event unfold. They came to watch the most popular gamer in their country strut his stuff.