As the video game industry began booming since the 1990′s, all of us gamers have wondered, and obviously seen the pattern, will next gen video games cost more than the already expensive price of $60. As years have past by, we have seen the pattern of video games costing more as technology advanced and the advancement of consoles happened. Back in the day, games were worth $40, and later $50 when PS2 and Xbox released. Because of the graphics and how smoothly graphical games will run with the new consoles, the market plans to raise the prices of video games. Not only they are raising because of console advancements, major developers and publishers have stated that their earnings from selling their brand new games were lower than expected. As because of this, publishers do plan on selling games at a more expensive price. The only thing to worry about is if you, as a consumer, will risk buying a next gen game. Certainly, because game prices will go up, a lot of people won’t even bother paying extra money on these games and the only people who would be buying these games are the rich. I am not sure if this plan is going to succeed concerning the fact that a lot costumers won’t buy the expensive games and the market/publishers won’t benefit from it. Will you be willing to pay a lot for these games? Only God knows, .
5-20-13: Initial release.
I’ll make this super short. Odds are you came to this page because one of my Youtube gaming tutorials had a link to this blog article. As time move on, it is possible that my online hosting file sharing sites may try to delete my file. Mediafire did this to me before, and effectively, disabled my account.
I have moved on, learned from my ways (twice), and now I present to you a backup mirror for the wsock32.dll file. Many old games use this like Red Alert 2, Red Alert 2: Yuri’s Revenge, and also Dune 2000. Not every single wsock32.dll on the Internet is the same, so make sure you are using my copy, and you are good to go. Just put it into the same folder as your game.exe or whatever game you are playing, and you are ready to play!
Wsock32.dll main mirror: Zippyshare
May 20, 2013 – Initial Release.
This tutorial is for those of us on version 1.5.2 of Minecraft that want to play online with friends using Tunngle’s LAN multiplayer capabilities. This works for both premium Minecraft users (those who bought it) and for non-premium Minecraft players (more on that later… )
How to Play Minecraft v1.5.2 LAN Online
May 19, 2013 – Initial Release.
I’m sure you’ve heard of the new game Sanctum 2, which was released on May 15, 2013 according to Steam. Well, 1 day later Versatile already has a tutorial on how to play it online using Steam and Tunngle. I’ve decided, once again, to relay that to our MysteryBlock readers so there’s a simple text tutorial to follow for those who want it.
May 16, 2013 – Initial Release.
So you want to play CoD:WaW but all you have is your old PlayStation 2 wired controller or a USB-enabled PC controller lying around. No worries! Versatile has helped us once again with this tutorial on how to play World at War with only a PS2 or PC controller.
Get passed the break for the rest of the tutorial and the video tutorial by Versatile Ninja.
May 15, 2013 – Initial Release.
Greetings, everyone! We’ve just added a great new feature to MysteryBlock.com, your ever-expanding and improving technology and gaming blog!
We all know the dream. Earning things for doing activities we already do. But it never really comes around or isn’t worth it or isn’t easy enough. Well, I’m here to say no to all that!
May 14, 2013 – Initial Release.
How To Play Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine LAN Online Text Tutorial
Again, the video was already posted by Versatile on his YouTube channel, which you can view here. I will begin doing a lot more of these as V doesn’t have enough time these days to create text tutorials for you guys, and I just feel happy to take that load off him and provide content for you text-goers out there.
These videos are fairly straight forward but for some, text tutorials are much easier to follow. So let’s get to how to play Monaco online with Tunngle!
5-7-13: Initial release.
5-11-13: Added link to Visual C++ 2012. Added Troubleshooting section.
5-16-13: Added Putting X360CE into Action
Use X360CE to Emulate Xbox 360 Controller
If you came to this page, you are probably here because of a game video tutorial that uses a PS2 controller to emulate the xbox 360 controller so you can use it in specific Window games. I did notice that in the newer versions of X360CE, it may not work properly with certain games, even if you remap the controller. Dead Island Riptide is a good example.
So let’s get to it!
If you want the latest version of X360CE, go here: Main Site
Looking for a copy of msvcr110.dll and msvcp110.dll? Extract to your game folder. Download here: Zippyshare
Or Install latest version of Visual Studio C++ 2012: Here (use x86 version)
A list of video tutorials demonstrating different games using the X360CE solution. See the playlist: Here
Learn More About X360CE
See official thread on Troubleshooting: Here
Putting X360CE Into Action
We’ve recently added new tutorials regarding how to play certain videogames using the X360CE controller emulator program. Check out How to Play Call of Duty World at War with a PS2 Controller here.
May 5, 2013 – Initial Release. (Click featured image to enlarge and see how sexy MB looks on mobile!)
As you may have guessed from the title, MysteryBlock has gone mobile! No, we haven’t created our very own iPhone or Android app. But we’re one step behind it. Just ONE step.
We’ve installed a neat plugin that allows you guys to view MysteryBlock on your mobile phones or tablets in a much neater and cleaner way. All the featured images will be displayed along with the Post title, much like the YouTube layout for mobile.
5-4-13: Initial release.
Today I finally got the chance to play this game, and I had a good time trying to get it working online. Actually, I got it working within 5 minutes of installing this game, and with a a little bit of knowledge, you too can get up to speed quickly.
The bottom line is once you get the respective LAN fix or MP fix for use with Steam, you can play Dead Island Riptide LAN Online using Tunngle, or whatever method that you desire.
For the latest text instructions and file links, please go to the Tunngle wiki here.
Our latest tutorial is How to Play Monaco LAN Online. Same concepts included with a video tutorial.