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How To: Practice proper gaming etiquette playing online in Black Ops and other games

The concept of video game etiquette is foreign to many people, including a disgraceful number of frequent gamers. The combination of anonymity and role-playing in online games can lead people to be dicks in all sorts of obnoxious ways, making a fun activity distinctly less fun for everyone. Watch this video to learn about proper online gaming etiquette in the context of Call of Duty Black Ops. These lessons extend to most games, however, and practicing them will results in people liking to pl...

How To: Play online multiplayer well as any class in Killzone 3

Killzone 3 is the biggest shooter to hit the PS3 in quite some time, and one of it's few awesome unique IPs. This video will teach you how to not be a n00b in this awesome game while using the Marksman (hint: spawn trapping), Infiltrator (stabby stab), Engineer (helps Marksman with ammo for more spawntrapping), Medic (revives Marksman for more spawntrapping), Tactician (spawn-point seizing) classes. Spawn

How To: Play Borderlands online with Hamachi private network

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to play the game, Borderlands online with Hamachi private network. Users will need to first download the Hamachi private network. Then open Control Panel, and select Network and Sharing Center. Under Tasks, click on Manage Network Connections. Click on the Advanced menu and click on Advanced Settings. Move the Hamachi network up and click OK. Now open the Hamachi and create a new network or create on. Type in the network ID and password. This video wi...

How To: Play in an online Texas Hold 'Em tournament

With the convenience of internet poker games, everyone wants to play Texas Hold'em online. If you know the rules and good strategy you will have the advantage. The rules of an online Texas Hold'em tournament differ from game to game. Learn the basic structure of most online Texas Hold'em tournaments with this how to video. This lesson is a must have for anyone who wants to start playing Texas Hold'em poker tournaments online. You'll be a pro in no time with this Texas Hold'em tutorial.

How To: Play Borderlands LAN online using Tunngle

In this how to video, you will learn how to play Borderlands LAN online using Tunngle. You will need Borderlands and Tunngle in order to do this. First, open Tunngle and then log in to Borderlands. Go to LAN game and select your character. From here, join a game. You are now ready to play. If your friend is not showing up, press E to refresh the list and make sure the port 11155 is being forwarded by the host. To get the in game mic to work, you must go to online game and make sure you log in...

How To: Use the playing principles of online poker

Watch this video to learn the playing principles of poker including how to use tips about starting hands, coming to the flop, and positioning. Every hand and round of betting faces decisions. This how to video offers some tips for making good decisions in a game of poker.

How To: Play Spider solitaire online

Lost you playing caerds? Have no fear. If you're reading this chances are you have Internet access, which is all you need to play Spider solataire online. See how quickly you can make your cards disappear. Follow these steps for a fun, yet challenging, solitaire computer game.

How To: Play Killzone 3's Online Multiplayer Mode for PS3

Guerrilla Games' Killzone 3 (PS3) opened strong in its first week, topping the charts as the best-selling game worldwide, as well as in the Americas, beating out Bulletstorm (Xbox 360) and powerhouses like Wii Sports (Wii) and Call of Duty: Black Ops (Xbox 360). In its second week, it fell two spots worldwide, but kept its first place title in the Americas. BioWare's Dragon Age 2 is expected to dethrone it in its third week, but that doesn't mean Killzone 3 isn't a badass game to get your han...

How To: Play the Snake Game Online (YouTube, Gmail & Facebook)

It's 1976. The hottest arcade game on the market is Blockade (or Blokade), an 8-bit maze game for 2 players. You and your opponent must move your characters around the screen in 90-degree angles, leaving a solid line behind them. Whoever runs into one of the solid lines first, loses. But soon you'll be able to play this fascinating game from the comfort of your own home—

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