After a while of playing CS:GO you start to notice that there are countless settings you can change and adjustments you can make. But, the only problem is that given the sheer number of settings you can change, it becomes ridiculous to have to keep changing them back to the settings you had every time you log on. Changing your settings in CS:GO, though, is more than helpful and can make all the difference in whether or not you can win gunfights or matches entirely. So, you’ll probably need to find a work-around for this. Luckily, there exists that very thing. Autoexecs can be used to save your in-game CS:GO settings and then automatically load them for you upon opening the game. Continue reading
Creating a virtual private network (VPN) is a good way to play an old game with one or more friends across the internet. Plenty of old PC games have multiplayer support, but connecting to players these days can be tricky due to the obsolete methods that those games relied on. When you have a VPN, the game will behave as if every player is on the same local network, sitting adjacent to each other. This will make connecting to a friend’s game very painless and easy.
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast is a first-person and third-person shooter released in 2002 for PC and subsequently other gaming platforms. The title is a little deceiving, as it’s the fourth game in the Jedi Knight series and not a direct sequel. Continue reading
Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds is a real-time strategy game released in 2001 for PC. There’s a follow-up expansion pack titled Clone Campaigns that was released a year later, and together this set is known as Star Wars: Galactic Battlegrounds Saga. Continue reading
When opening Left 4 Dead (1 or 2), the cinematic intros get old after you’ve seen them a couple times. Rather than having to hit ESC on your keyboard to skip these videos every time you open the game, we’ll show you a quick and easy way to disable the intros. Continue reading
There are a few different ways to take this classic game online to build and fight with other players. As with most older games, it’s a bit tricky to get multiplayer working on Stronghold Crusader, so we’ve laid out the process in this guide.
Classic games are still a blast to play but it can prove tricky to get a multiplayer session going because of the ancient methods those games used in order to connect players across the internet. We’ll give you a few options you can use to play these oldies but goodies online like old times.