PSP- Child Friendly!

May 14, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

The PSP has never had a great reputation for being a child friendly handheld. This is due mainly to the fact that it is competing against the Nintendo DS and Nintendo DSi, which have always staked their reputation on being family friendly and clean cut. The PSP also caters for many games considered overly violent, such as Grand Theft Auto and God of War. However, it shouldn't be said that the PSP is completely devoid of titles to offer the younger generations, as these fine examples prove;

Wipeout Pure: Arguably the most popular and outright fun racing game for the PSP, the Wipeout franchise have always delivered the goods on all consoles due to its sheer emphasis on speed. In this game dozens of futuristic hovering race cars rocket through obstacle courses in an attempt to reach first place. Offer both single and multiplayer modes, Wipeout is incredibly fun and, despite the frantic speeds, easily accessible for gamers of all ages.

LocoRoco: LocoRoco offers a fun and simple puzzle game, revolving around tilting a planet in strategic ways in order to control the forever-rolling LocoRoco creatures. With various levels and challenges to try, this game retains playability due to the scope of the gameplay and the cute themes and characters- perfect for little kids looking to get into some puzzle solving fun.

Tokobot: This refreshing platformer revolves around controlling a team of the titular Tokobots, combining both fighting and puzzle elements. This is accomplished by ordering the Tokobots to execute certain formations, depending on the situation at hand. For example, executing "circle formation" cause the bots to surround you, making it possible for you to stomp on enemies and activate large triggers. Utilizing differing formations is the key to progression with this game, as you must shift your tactics dependant on the enemies you face. This game is perfect for kids, throwing back to the fun and immensely playable platformers of the 80s and 90s.

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Silent Hill Remake

April 16, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Konami have announced that Silent Hill, originally released on the PlayStation, will be remade for the Wii, PS2 and the PSP and will go under the new name of Silent Hill: Shattered Memories.

The Wii has had many remakes from previous generation consoles and Silent Hill: Shattered Memories is another one to add to the ever growing list. Developers seem to believe that the Wii’s advanced control system can reinvigorate new life into previously released games that if remade on the PS3 or Xbox 360 would just look more prettier. Is it a good idea? Well it seems to be working for Nintendo and it allows people to pick up games they may have missed and play them with a more intuitive control system.

Back to Silent Hill, Shattered Memories is not a direct port of the original, with approachable characters that respond differently and can be found in different places, and new clues and game paths can be found and followed, almost leading to a new experience for players. The Wii version will make full use of the WiiMote in really novel ways – the WiiMote takes the role of playing both your phone and torch, as well as being used to pick up, manipulate and examine items to solve puzzles. The WiiMote being used as a torch in the game is a master stroke and will add a level of tension when you are exploring around with Harry Mason, the lead character, until something unexpected happens and you have to change to a weapon!

It may be another remake, but Silent Hill: Shattered Memories, looks like it may be one of the best remakes to date, more so the Wii version. Look out for Silent Hill: Shattered Memories this Autumn and will be available for the Wii, PS2 and PSP.

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There’s Hope for the PSP Yet!

March 18, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Sony's PSP had a pretty dismal year in 2008, with a slew of take-it-or-leave-it games which nonplussed the consumers and critics alike. The year was only barely saved by Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, which almost single handedly made up for the poor selection of games throughout the rest of the year. The problem was so obvious that even Sony itself admitted to it, and have resolved to correct the problem throughout 2009. There are definately a few exciting and promising titles to watch out for, and here we list the top three;

#3: Resistance: Retribution

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Resistance was a massive hit on the PS3, and excitement has been rising ahead of the PSP counterpart, Resistance: Retribution. Taking the action onto the handheld arena, the gameplay moves from first person to third person, probably a good thing as thus far the PSP has struggled with crafting a decent FPS.  The game includes multiplayer functions for upto eight gamers, and utilizes a new function known as PSP Plus, allowing a connection of the PSP to your TV screen and use of a PS3 joypad to play through the game- a welcome nugget of news for those regarding the PSP as inferior medium for shooters. Add to this the popular gameplay and storyline of the franchise and Retribution could be just the thing fans of shooters could be looking for.

#2: Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep

Since its announcement, Square Enix's Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep has garnered a great deal of excitement. Part of the massively popular franchise which combines the Final Fantasy-esque Square Enix characters with the Disney heroes and villains, this game is the first to  come to the PSP. Offering a new trio of heroes, Birth By Sleep is actually a prequel set about a decade before the first Kingdom Hearts. Gameplay looks set to follow the same pattern as earlier titles, with the story shifting and interchanging between the three protaganists. If you're a fan of the series, this looks set to be an essential purchase, and you just know Square Enix will be pouring class and style into it.

#1: Dissidia: Final Fantasy

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Another Square Enix title, Dissidia Final Fantasy is THE game everybody's talking about for the PSP right now. Looking like a Final Fantasy version of the Super Smash Bros, Dissidia mixes Beat 'Em Up with platforming, giving rise to a unique gameplay style which sees your combatants battling across various landscapes and platforms in gravity-defying mayhem. Add to this elements of strategy and RPG (characters can level up, unlocking new skills and items) and Dissidia seems like the perfect package. Taking the main    hero and villain from each Final Fantasy game so far, this really is a fans dream come true, as you can finally pit Cloud versus Squall to see who really is the best! Hopefully we'll be seeing Final Fantasy: Dissidia in the Autumn, and it really can't arrive quick enough.

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PSP Games: The Best

January 24, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Top PSP Games

Sony was not kidding when they admitted that their platforms are experiencing a significant shortage of good games. You might say there's not much in the way of PSP games development going on right now. However, here are three of the best that still make the PSP a commendable hand held console.

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Wipeout Pulse, the first of our three, is the PSP sequel to the over the top racing game Wipeout Pure. Though this follow up provides no extreme changes to the principles of Wipeout, the same intense racing style has been polished until it positively shines, and comes with online multiplayer options to boot.

The racing in Wipeout Pulse is performed in slick, futuristic vehicles moving at extreme speeds. The singleplayer campaign consists of completing tournaments and challenges in order to unlock new ships, race modes, etc. With so many races to complete, it's likely that it will take 10 to 15 hours for you to finish them all; a commendably large gaming time for a racing game.

In addition to racing tracks from past installments, there are a total of twelve new tracks. Some of these feature magnetic strips that will lead you to do such things as loop around, drive along inverted lanes, and even take you over sheer drops. This and other adjustments, such as the ability to play against seven other people locally or around the globe due to online multiplayer options, make Wipeout Pulse one of the best games the franchise has seen.

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Next up we have Secret Agent Clank, a spinoff of the main Ratchet & Clank series. The story begins to unfold as Clank witnesses his partner Ratchet stealing a magnificently gargantuan gem from a museum. From then on the game takes the guise of a James Bond flick, with plenty of bizarre twists and unlikely encounters, as Clank attempts to prove Ratchet's innocence and get to the bottom of what appears to be a much larger scheme.

Over the course of the game, players take on the role of three characters: Clank, Ratchet, and Captain Qwark. Clank's levels are the main attraction, as they allow you to employ stealth and martial arts to get the job done. The neat thing about Clank's stealth mechanics is they are very forgiving and mostly optional. Ratchet's are probably the least fun overall, but they shake things up with some serious shooting action.

The game could easily take you hours upon hours to complete, and due to the challenge mode which takes you through the game against harder enemies, you will want to come back to it more than once.

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Finally, there is Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, arguably the best PSP game that has ever been available period. It's also been called one of the best Japanese RPG's in years, and I'm quite inclined to agree.

The star in this Final Fantasy spin off is teenage spiky haired hero, Zack. A teenage, spiky haired protagonist in a Square-Enix game? Who would have thought, right? But Zack comes across as a very authentic character who experiences many believable developments and changes over the course of the story. It's what Square-Enix does best. Not only that, but they have pulled it all off while implementing an action-rpg combat system. Using this system, you can attack, block and evade enemy attacks, and use spells and abilities all by pressing buttons in real time.

The innovative DMW systems added to the combat is also a master stroke. Taking the form of a stylised slot reel, the DMW spins constantly throughout your fights, and aligns periodically to grant mini cut scenes empowering Zack or granting additional attacks. It is this addition that prevents the combat from being dull and repetitive, a mistake Square Enix seems to have corrected since Dirge of Cerberus.

But most of all, the world that Crisis Core presents is that of characters and environments that will move you, as great Square-Enix games are known to.  Crisis Core will resonate most strongly with those well versed in the earlier FF7 games, but is also a great standalone experience.

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