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PlayStation AIO Box Hey all Some weeks ago I ordered a CronusMAX USB-stick to be able to play my console games with keyboard and mouse, the stick has far more capabilities. Some days ago it arrived and I did some initial testing, I'll write a review in the next weeks, while testing I got pretty annoyed by all the cable chaos the setup come with. The main reason is because you need to run the software on a Windows or MacOSX OS respectively you need a PC running at the same time to be able to play with keyboard and mouse. So I came up with the idea to build a box with all needed components packed into it. The goal would be to that one has to connect the power (maybe internet connection too) and will be immediately ready to game. I started to design some first basic models of a box. I found some cool PlayStation CAD models on GrabCAD, this saved a lot of time and helps to get a better idea on how it will finally look. Meanwhile the version number has reached the 5th level and it looks like this: Box materials: Acrylicglass or wood Components: PlayStation 4 and accessoires PlayStation 3 and accessoires Zotac ZBOX/Intel Nuc/other nano PC AOC i2269VWM monitor 1x120mm + 2x60mm fan 1xRJ45 Splitter (1 Female to 3 Female) 2xHDMI Splitter (Male to 2xFemale) 2xHDMI (Male to Female) 2xHDMI Cable 1xDP Cable 1xUSB2.0 Y-Cable The project is still in development and for now it's just a study. But I'm pretty determined to build this PlayStation AIO Box. Tell me what you think about this project and feel free to give any advice on doing something differently.
Hi everybody! There is a software/driver, that let You use a PlayStation gamepads in PC gaming. It's called MotionJoy, I installed it, and works fine with DualShock3 on USB, but I had issue with Bluetooth connection. It's: "Wait fof Bluetooth Adabter to be connected". This is not read Lenovo Y580 Bluetooth... Is there any smart and clever person, that could edit this software or a few files, so it could be work fine?
Doom 3 BFG Edition, a re-mastered and expanded version of Doom 3, will be released for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this autumn. The new version includes the original Doom and Doom 2, Resurrection of Evil plus The Lost Mission, a never-before-seen single-player story for Doom 3 spread over seven fresh levels. Re-mastered graphics, support for 3D and head-mounted displays, 5.1 surround sound, improved rendering and lighting will also feature. There's also a new checkpoint save system for "smoother progression" through the game, plus an armour-mounted flashlight, allowing players to illuminate dark corners and kill enemies at the same time. Doom 4 is coming? hope so!