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Everyone wants a edge when gaming. Whether it’s a cheat or just using a tech gadget, here are our Top 8 Game Hacks for you to try the next time you need your game fix.
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Using The PS Vita as a PS4 dual shock controller.

Even though, Sony isn’t making the Vita, if you have one and you’re in a bind, try using your Vita as a second dual shock controller. Use it in Remote Play and yep, it works on the PS4.
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Use A Wired Internet Connection

Using a wired internet connection helps reduce lag and pings. Most serious gamers use it.
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Use The Game Mode On Your TV

Another thing that avoid lag and ping is using your TV on Game Mode. It also help with your high-end game graphics. You can see them as the way they were intended.
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Download Your Games

What better way to get your games when you can’t go to the store in a pinch, just download the game. Playstation Network and Xbox both have apps and online sites where you can do this easily when you’re in a pinch or you want that game immediately.
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When In Doubt, Use an Emulator

Shhhh… This really shouldn’t be really said, but if you want to play your old games on your new system, try using an emulator. JNES is a popular one for playing NES games and for the PS, try using EPSXE. Those are just a couple.
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Hang em up!

Trying to find a place where you can put your gaming headsets? Instead of buying a rack, just use your Banana Holder. It’ll save you a money and it works.
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In a Flux

Flux is a free PC/Mac program that adjusts your computer screen’s brightness and color settings to the time of day to protect your eyes. Perfect if your can’t afford gaming glasses.
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Need minutes?

Xbox Live Gold Members with Xbox One can get 100 free minutes of phone and voice calls on Skype. Save the minutes on your phone and try this the next time you need something.
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