You have connected your Xbox to the router you want to play your games on Xbox through computer?
You need to bridge connection.
No, the PS3 is fully integrated with the internet, offering you the PSN, ( Play Station Network ) system. Having on your ps3 (with no help from your computer), online trophy collection, which you collect trophies from games, online contact list (Friends List), messaging system, Its own playstaion store and even its own web browser. Plus tons more. All you need is a line from your router or modem, or wireless connection to your ps3…
Video games can be played through many different consoles, the main types being handheld, TV-connected, and PC. Handheld options include the Nintendo DS and the Sony PSP, among others. TV-connected consoles include the Xbox 360, the PlayStation 3, and the Wii. PC games are played through a desktop or laptop computer.
How do you connect two computers without Internet to play games on a LAN etc if they are running Windows Vista and if you have a Linksys router?
You have to have: 1 home computer that you don't turn off much, a wireless router, and another computer to connect with. Plug in the router to the "server" computer and go to Network and Sharing center. Setup wireless network WITHOUT internet connection. Both computers have to be in the same Workgroup.
If the firewall in question is on your computer, you will need to modify it's ruleset to allow your computer to communicate with the network. If the firewall is in your router, you will need to "forward" the required port to your computer's IP address. You can find instructions for your router model at http://portforward.com/routers.htm
Yes you can, all you need is an internet router to share the connection, same as sharing connections with multiple computers at home You can use a wireless router or an Ethernet router. The PS3 connects both wirelessly and and through wire connection But according to your internet connection ( if it is fast or slow, or fast enough), you may get some internet lag with some games but not all games. games that need…
Can you play a LAN game between 2 different computers if your router is not hooked up to the Internet this game does not require the Internet when playing between the two computers?
Yes- A router which has more than one ethernet socket (usually marked "LAN"), where your computers plug in has a built-in "hub" or "switch" function which allows all the devices plugged in to communicate between them. Thus two computers plugged into the same router will be able to communicate with each other even if the Internet connection (which comes through the actual router and is also connected to the internal hub) is not plugged in…
All the ads showing features for the PS3 state Online connectivity requires broadband internet service and network devices such as a DSL or cable modem. Most people who have this also require a router and an ethernet cable or a wireless router to allow connection of more than one device to there internet service. Once the PS3 is connected with an ethernet cable or you have a wireless router then you go to the PS3…
Most people feel that a console like the PS3 is better than a gaming computer for all games playable on the Playstation Network, but it is a matter of preference and on your own system. A PS3 must be connected to a TV or a HDTV and can be connected to the internet. Systems need to be evaluated not just a single component or game disc.
If you mean can you play games with someone while on a computer and another person on X-Box then NO. The X-Box is completely different then computers. As the Mac and Windows are different.Yes, you can connect to X-Box live via the web site to change settings like parental controls and such with a Mac. You cannot connect directly to an X-Box with any computer. You can have the X-Box use the Mac to connect…
Although, you are able to access the internet via your PlayStation 2, this game is only designed to be played online through a computer connected to the internet. Many of these online computer games require a faster processor, and graphics cards, that a PlayStation 2, or any gaming system will be able to handle. So the answer is, no, you are not able to get Need for Speed World on PlayStation 2.
Live is an Xbox 360 term to describe there network and the PlayStation can not use it. The PlayStation online gaming is through the PlayStation Network (PSN) and to get an internet connection you need internet service and most likely a Wireless router. Once your PlayStation is connected to the internet the PSN is free and you can use the PlayStation store for free demos or to purchase games and movie downloads and add ons
Try to refresh your page or restart your browser or your computer. done that plus re-installed browser,plus reloaded browser. brought my computer back to two weeks ago, plus spent the last 18 hours restarting router, computer, running in safe mode, etc...Internet explorer will open the games, but not Motzilla firefox or google.(which I use)...The games open, but will not load. also added Java and adobe flash player.. Any more ideas??
How do you hook a video game system like a Nintendo GameCube through a computer and play it on a computer monitor?
A group of computer games is a bit modern to have a well established collective noun all its own. Currently, general collective nouns are used, such as a box of computer games, a disc of computer games, a collection of computer games, a catalog of computer games, etc. However, don't let that stop you from being creative, for example a compulsion of computer games, a calliope of computer games, a chaos of computer games.
There are different types of submarine computer games available. The game "Operation Neptune" is a game for children where a submarine is guided through levels and items have to be collected. The "Silent Hunter" series of games is based on a submarine simulator and is more suited to young adults and older