Thursday, December 30, 2010

Images of Playstation 2 Are Revealed

There is talk about PSP 2 again today. The next handheld console from Sony, with some new pictures. Good as usual, Sony has not confirmed anything at all. In my opinion, the PSP 2 looks really too much to a PSP Go which had made a monumental flop . It also looks a bit too similar with the forthcoming Playstation Phone , the Sony Ericsson phone. I think we should wait a bit more news in the design of the console. But this is only my humble opinion.

Who's That Flying?! - PSP Game Review

Who's That Flying?! casts players as the member of a Council that specializes on Space Justice -- a band of superheroes that are tasked with helping a planet from any type of dangers. You are Earth, and you are on test after a few monsters known as Ravagers who popped up during your watch. The levels are played as trials. The game is pleasurable, funny, and attractive. The story mode may feel a little boring as each urban's three levels feel too similar and dragged slightly, but that's only a part of the game. The Infinity Modes and challenges offer quick doses of actions that speed up the gameplay well and give you stimulating objectives. It's simply a sleek game for your PSP.

Knights in the Nightmare - PSP Game Review

This is a fairly fine-looking game, with appealing looking 2D sprites and well depicted character portrayals. This is rather standard fare for a games that is developed by Sting and in fact looks slightly better than the Dreamcast version released in 2009. Audio also appears immensely improved due to the additional space offered by a UMD/installation process, but occasionally it can get a little disorganized since all actions on the battlefields are followed by some forms of commentary.

Developers have done a marvelous job in porting this game to the PSP. The control arrangement works out properly using the analog stick for the pointer while the stylus has similar function the Dreamcast. Gameplay is satisfying and does an amazing job of bringing excitement to the PSP, sound feels a tad cliché but still works out fabulously. Gameplay is entirely tolerable in both marathon sessions and small doses, especially once the central points of story get rolling. If you love Disgaea or others PSP strategy RPGs. I highly advise you to buy Knights in the Nightmare.