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Gran Turismo PSP Review


by Alex Rubens Nov 9, 2009 8:35 PM CST
filed under features, handhelds, psp, reviews

Gran Turismo PSP Review

Gran Turismo PSP is a simulation style racing game that follows very closely to the formula set by its predecessors, but does make some much needed changes for the transition to PSP. As a series, Gran Turismo has always been known for its realistic simulation of driving and pushing a system to the limit of its graphical capabilities, and Gran Turismo PSP does exactly that. The game is divided into three main modes: Time Trial, Drift Trial, and Race. The time trial mode is just your standard "drive as fast as you can" mode. Drift mode is set on tracks that feature a non-standard terrain, such as dirt, snow, mud, etc. and rewards the player for drifting around corners and down hills without colliding with anything. Race mode is where the game really shines, with tough AI opponents and challenging courses making it even harder to be the first to the finish line.


Bomberman Blitz Screenshots

by Tyler Treat Nov 9, 2009 3:53 PM CST
filed under ds, handhelds, screenshots

Bomberman Blitz launched today on DSiWare. "Bomberman Blitz brings the classic game franchise, loved by gamers for more than 20 years, to an all-new level," said Mike Pepe, director of marketing at Hudson Entertainment. "Wi-Fi play will allow for 8-player multiplayer action, so gamers can blast each other from the far corners of the globe!"

Here are some new screenshots of the game:

Your DS is a Flute

by Tyler Treat Nov 9, 2009 1:39 PM CST
filed under ds, handhelds, news


You may not have known it, but your DS, the thing you play games with, is also a flute -- correction: spirit pipe. No, that's not some tribal drug paraphernalia, it's an instrument, and it will be utilized in Zelda: Spirit Tracks. You'll be able to use your DS microphone and stylus to help Link to play the spirit pipes in his new adventure.


Nintendo Download – 11/09/09

by Tyler Treat Nov 9, 2009 10:46 AM CST
filed under ds, handhelds, wii


There's a whole slew of games hitting the Wii Shop Channel and DSi Shop this week, including big names such as Excitebike and Bomberman. The whole list with the details inside...


Groovin’ Blocks Review


by James Pikover Nov 6, 2009 12:20 PM CST
filed under features, handhelds, iphone, reviews


It’s easy to say that most iPhone games are junk, rehashes or dumb two-second fun. That’s usually true, and when I was given a download code for this title, I instantly thought the same. I wasn’t told who the developer was, but I knew it wasn’t a biggy like EA, Ngmoco, Capcom or someone of that league. Then when I activated the code, I thought to myself "oh jeez, another Tetris clone for pay."


Auditorium Coming to Major Platforms

by Tyler Treat Nov 4, 2009 10:33 AM CST
filed under handhelds, news, ps3, psp, xbox 360


Today indie developer Cipher Prime signed a deal with publisher Zoo Games to get the developer's award winning game Auditorium onto major console platforms.  Early next year Auditorium will be available on Xbox Live Arcade, PlayStation Network, and PSP Go.


Steel Horizon Review


by Evan Volmering Oct 27, 2009 3:49 PM CST
filed under ds, features, handhelds, old but good, reviews

Steel Horizon wasn't a game I was familiar with before reviewing it, so I wanted a little background on it. I searched the most common game sites but came up empty handed most of the time. The only thing I could find was a cinematic trailer, which really didn't give me much information at all. From what I saw it looked like a tactical, fast-paced version of Battleship. Unfortunately, only half of that is true.


Neves Review


by Evan Volmering Oct 27, 2009 3:27 PM CST
filed under ds, features, handhelds, old but good, reviews

First and foremost, I must admit I've never been a fan of strategy/puzzle games. I've never been able to find enjoyment from games like Jewel Quest, or even Tetris. That's right. I'm not a fan of Tetris.  I know many people my age who could spend hours on Tetris, and even a few mothers. But those kind of games never really did it for me. Where's the bang? The explosions? The guns? I mean, at least give me a little blood for all the work and time I've put into completing each stage. With that said, I was a little worried with Neves.  It looks like your typical puzzle game found within the vast array of strategy games for the Nintendo DS.  While most of that holds true for Neves, I found the game to be better than expected.


Zune vs. iPod


by Tyler Treat Oct 27, 2009 12:11 PM CST
filed under features, handhelds, ipod, old but good, reviews, zune

November 14, 2006: Microsoft enters the portable entertainment market with Zune. Zune is a digital portable media player with a horrible tag line attached to it (“welcome to the social” – yeah, we’re as lost as you are). The 30 GB device hit the U.S. market at a suggested retail price of $249.99. Zune’s main competitor, Apple’s 30 GB iPod, also selling for a similar price, has dominated sales in the digital music players market, and it’s currently the world's best-selling digital audio device as well as one of the most popular consumer brands. Is Microsoft’s Zune a worthy competitor? Read on to find out which device has the edge in our in-depth analysis!


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