DHS Hacks Gaming Consoles (Nerdy News)

15 April 2012
Posted by:
DHS Hacks Gaming Consoles

“Nerdy News” is a mini-news show geared towards gamers, technosexuals, and all other geeky peeps.

In this sixty-second episode of Nerdy News, I’ll be reporting on:

  • The Louvre Museum is using video games to change the way visitors experience their collection.
  • Console quality video games on Facebook? Count me in!
  • New York is cracking down on sex offenders on video game consoles.
  • It seems DHS thinks non-US gamers are terrorists. Makes sense. 9_9

Here’s the new episode of Nerdy News!

What do you think?

Do you want a 3DS guided tour through France’s Louvre Museum? Would you play console quality games on Facebook? Does FB have the potential to give consoles a run for their money? Should sex offenders not be able to use video game console online services? Or have they paid their debt to society? Are there better ways to protect children when they are connected to so many people? Who should shoulder the responsibility: the government, parents, or the console makers themselves?

If you have any advice or tips on how I can improve these videos let me know in the comments! Thanks for all of your opinions! ^_^


About the author

Laura Jones By Laura Jones: She blogs about and reviews video games to recapture her misspent youth, growing up gaming on hand-me-down consoles and cast-off computers with three siblings fighting over the controllers and helping each other beat Bosses. Read her posts and watch her video game reviews here and connect with her on Twitter and at Google+.

  • Recent Comments

  • Archives