Mad Catz has been a pretty big advocate when it comes to rooting their Android-powered game console called the MOJO. What rooting this console does is open the possibilities up a lot more all around with using the console. It also happens to make just about everything appearing in Google Play which includes games that may be limited by mobile device.
In the world of Android devices it usually takes no time at all for a new device to get rooted. When it comes to Android consoles, this is also true and the Mad Catz MOJO game console is the newest one to be added to the list of rooted game consoles. What’s even better is that Mad Catz fully supports whether or not you want to root you console.
In an interesting move by Sony regarding Xperia devices, anyone who is fiddling with the Android OS on any of them by rooting their Xperia device won’t be able to have it fixed by Sony should anything go wrong with your Xperia phone regardless if it is hardware related.
The fine folks over at XDA have a little treat today for those of you who own an Xperia X10 but want to be able to have the Xperia Play’s Playstation’s certification and suite on your phone so you can play those Playstation games. It is now possible to port it over to your X10.
Back in the older console day it was always fun to use cheat engines or things like Game Shark to play games with unlimited ammo, unlimited health or all the levels unlocked along with many many other cheats. Now there is something similar on Android called GameCIH.
One bane of Android gamers is when a game is released and their device isn’t supported. About 90% of the time, the game in question will actually run fine on any particular device in question, it is just that for whatever reason a developer has chosen not to support that particular device. At least not that the current time you are trying to download it.
If you have been in the Android scene for any amount of time then you have probably heard of CyanogenMod or ClockworkMod. Well a member of the CyanogenMod team, a rather well known member of the Android community, “Koush” has announced he is developing an alternative Android Market for banned applications.
Lots of people want to play Tegra 2 games but don’t currently have a Tegra 2 device. This leads to lots of sad faces but there is hope in the form of an app called Chainfire3D. So what is Chainfire3D? It is an OpenGL video driver that lets you do some pretty awesome things in general but the main thing is with graphic manipulation.
If you follow gaming new at all, and by at all we mean even glancing at a gaming news website by accident, then you already know who GeoHot is and that Sony is suing him for hacking the PS3. Well he left to go vacation in South America and Sony has accused him of fleeing to South America instead to ditch the case or something to that effect.
Well here’s some shocking news coming from the xda-developers forums – according to what we have learned so far, the G2 will ‘repair’ itself when rebooted if you root it. While not completely gaming related, we do have a lot of ROM users who are into Android gaming, so think of this as a PSA.