Archive for the ‘Portables’ Category
  • New Nintendo Downloads for October 5th, 2009 (Get Ready for the Final Word War!)

    Posted by on October 5, 2009 under Portables, WII
    Today we see the release of the original NES version of Final Fantasy on Nintendo Wii Virtual Console, Word Searcher for Nintendo WiiWare and Thorium Wars for Nintendo DSiWare.  If you are a Final Fantasy fan then you probably are interested in that VC release (though be warned, there are no cinematics and other flashy things you are used to from newer FF games). Here is more information for e... more.
  • Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords PSP Review

    Posted by on October 3, 2009 under Portables
    I will make this easy for you, if you are into RPG's or puzzle games like Bejeweled then give Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords developed by Infinite Interactive and published by D3 for just about every newer systemavailable (the version reviewed here is for the Playstation Portable). If you are not into puzzle games or RPG's then PQ may be a little lost on you (then again, it may be the ti... more.
  • IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey released on PSP Portal Go (press release)

    Posted by on October 1, 2009 under Portables
    IL-2 STURMOVIK: BIRDS OF PREY CLEARED FOR TAKE OFF ON NEW PSP™ PORTAL GO AGOURA HILLS, Calif. - Oct. 1, 2009 - 505 Games and 1C Company today announced that the critically acclaimed flight combat game IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds Of Prey is now available for download on Sony's new PSP™ Portal, Go, for $29.99. (more…)... more.
  • Playstation Network update (minis, re-releases and other information)

    Posted by on October 1, 2009 under Portables
    First up the mini's, just some small programs, similar to what you would find on iPhone for similar prices so try some out, here are some interesting ones to help guide you a little bit. Kahoots, it is a lot like Lemmings, except you have one little Kahoot to save and you manipulate the floor tiles to safely deliver him to the exit.  There is a playable, in browser, version at Save the Kahoots... more.
  • Massive Updates to the Playstation Store (Look at the Games!)

    Posted by on September 30, 2009 under Portables, PS3
    Just focusing on the game specifics here, for the full list, please visit the Playstation Blog: PSone Classics: PS3/PSP Jumping Flash! 2 ($5.99) ESRB Rated E File size: 269 MB Um Jammer Lammy ($5.99) ESRB Rated E File size: 512 MB Nuclear Strike ($5.99) ESRB Rated T File size: 476 MB Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko ($5.99) ESRB Rated T File size: 259 MB PSP Games gone digital: ... more.
  • Gran Turismo on PSP (Early Adopters Get In-Game Exclusive)

    Posted by on September 30, 2009 under Portables
    Not sure about buying Gran Turismo for PSP?  800 cars and 35 tracks not enough for you?  How about getting an exclusive in-game car, the 2009 Nissan GT-R Spec V in metallic blue to be precise.  Got you interested now?  Probably not if you weren't interested before, the exclusive car is probably not going to change your mind.  So, for the other millions of gamers that are going to get GT, make... more.
  • Majesco Entertainment releases Dawn of Heroes info (Press Release with Pics)

    Posted by on September 30, 2009 under Portables
    MAJESCO ENTERTAINMENT RELEASES THE FIRST TRAILER FOR 'DAWN OF HEROES' ON NINTENDO DS™ Majesco Entertainment (NASDAQ: COOL) today released the first trailer from the upcoming tactical role playing game (RPG) for Nintendo DS™-- Dawn of Heroes. A unique RPG, Dawn of Heroes tasks players with restoring the Kingdom of Brimthule to its former glory by battling through perilous quests and danger... more.
  • Microsoft Raises Restrictive File Size for XBLA Games

    Posted by on September 28, 2009 under Portables
    Microsoft is finally accepting the fact that games need to be allotted more space in this day and age and has raised the file size limit of XBLA games from 50 megabytes to 2 gigabytes, about a 40 times over size increase.  What does this mean for the gamers?  Bigger file sizes will allow for more content, which hopefully will lead to better longer games.  We all know though, it is up to the dev... more.
  • It Started on Dreamcast #1: Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars for PSP Review

    Posted by on September 27, 2009 under Portables
    September is the month that the Sega Dreamcast was released in North America, it had plenty of original titles that were great (though not well received for the most part in the marketplace).  One of these great original titles that came out on Dreamcast first is Crazy Taxi (originally an arcade game).  Dreamcast saw two releases in this entertaining series and both are presented here in one PSP... more.
  • Free games for Europeans that purchase a PSPgo (their label, not mine)

    Posted by on September 24, 2009 under Euro, Portables
    If you live in a European territory, have an older PSP with a UMD and access to the Playstation Store (and just happen to have purchased a PSPgo) you will be eligible for 3 free games between October 1st to March 31st 2010 (something about March 2010 here folks, Sony likes it for some reason, 2 AAA titles are releasing during that month too). Is this a good thing or a bad thing for gamers... more.
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