Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep PSP Game Review

Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep offers the finest battle system in this series and among the most self-assertive storytelling titles yet; the title's few issues aren't adequate to spoil the excitement. With three heroes to choose from, a lot of exciting mini-games and a colorful combat experience, this game is highly recommended. It's shiny, though loading time is a little longer than you would like. Overall narration is absorbing and has many charms, though a few Disney side stories tend to have lack a punch. It has brilliant character models and nice particle effects, but environments tend to be static and hollow. Some of the older tunes appear again in this title, but there are some new songs to relish and the voice actors often do a magnificent job. It's cool to hear the legendary Leonard Nimoy as an evil character. Terrific combat system with many upgrades and customization, also robust multiplayer. It offers mostly fun mini-games, with three different campaigns, with loads of secrets to unlock.

Ace Combat: Joint Assault PSP Game Review

For me, Ace Combat: Joint Assault can be dull, despite its fluid solo experience and a nice multiplayer approach. If you are looking for an engaging single-player piloting digital escapade, keep on looking, don't stop here. The campaign is unvarying, the dogfights are slow and the storyline is irritating. However, if there is a group of buddies with PSPs and a yearning for high-velocity aerial maneuvering, then you should give Joint Assault a consideration. For some people, it could be a multiplayer hit.

Other than a few cool moments for example, unlocking the F-117 stealth fighter, and, oddly, swinging persnickety around in a bloated jumbo jet, there was absolutely nothing about this portable pilot game that could give me an excitement. Given the choice between getting Ace Combat: Joint Assault for PSP and an older budget PC air simulation game, perhaps you should choose the latter. There is nothing special with the graphic, but it isn't horrible either. The aircrafts look detailed, and the GeoEye-rendered urban centers look as precise as your expectation.

UFC 2010 Undisputed - PSP Game Review

You shouldn't compare the PSP version of UFC Undisputed 2010 with the PS3/360 versions, if you take in the bigger picture, you'll like this game. The controls simply work and are easier to handle than when using their dual-stick cousins, there are many things to do and a lot of unlockables, and it seems good. Still, the long loads, lack of variety in sound, and presentation incompentences hold this game back from being something really spectacular. UFC Undisputed 2010 is decent, and MMA fans need to give it a look –- however, they should be wary if you've tried the console versions.

In essence, the matches don’t give you the main event feel. Although, you can get around while seeing everything, you won't find anything exceptional. The characters look attractive and the actions flow nicely, but there is the irregular bout with punches and clipping don’t feel effective. There are no announcers around, but matches sounds don't all that thrilling. There is still a learning curve when dealing with the controls, however the simplified setup appears to make landing blows and moves, well, less complicated. Being able to have a career is a huge opportunity and try its bevy of unlockables. Still, it may all feel too similar