Thursday, January 27, 2011

Prinny 2: Dawn of Operation Panties, Dood! - PSP Game Review

Starring an adorable demon penguin called Prinny (the same character in Disgaea series). Prinny 2 put you on the boots of a nervous hero who has the task of regaining a stolen panties. His adventure is challenging filled with a few tragic, terrible deaths.

The gameplay is a platforming, with Prinny running from one stage to another, and face a difficult boss as a conclusion. He can slash stuff and dash with s few knives while performing some "hip pound" moves, to stun his opponents.

If you want your ass get kicked, Prinny 2 is for you. This game is a platforming equivalent to the serious strategy game you find in Disgaea and it will make really busy. Unfortunately, frequent deaths can make gaming experience a little tedious at times. But if you love extreme challenges, it would be fine. But for a mere mortals like us perhaps a more forgiving 'baby mode' is already adequate.

A Space Shooter For 2 Bucks! PSP Game Review


With so many games for PSP today, you can't buy a game from the name alone. For example, a name like "Halo" won't give you enough clue on what you'll get. But now with a name like A Space Shooter For 2 Bucks!, you can't help to get curious.

It is only 54 Mb in size to download to your Playstation Mini, but it offers a plethora of quality along with good story-line. The game is full with a comical and very light-hearted affair that puts a smile on your face.

This game is a really complete package. The experience you'll get is worthwhile, challenging, lengthy and fun. The fact that it is only $2, a dirt cheap offering for such an awesome title. If you're looking for things that can eradicate your boredom. don't look much further. The answer is here!

Angry Birds- PSP Game Review


Angry Bird is an exciting game, which promises you bursts of quick actions. The core of the game is easy to understand, destroy structures and evil pigs in it using a slingshot. The projectile? Of course, birds! It's all about, point, shoot, obliterate things and have fun.

Unfortunately, visually, the game is somewhat barren, not much going on the screen, although you can get sharp graphics and solid framerate as result. Sometimes, when those birds hit the structure, you'll get stutter and an overall slowdown. The game is sold for $3.99, significantly more expensive than the iPhone version, that is available for $.99 and it has more levels that the PSP version.

There is no denying this game is really exciting, but should have smoother action, better price and sharper visuals to ensure more polished results.