Entries Tagged 'Gaming' ↓
August 28th, 2006 — Gaming, Homebrew, PSP, Retro Gaming, Sony
Wraggster over at DCEmu has posted an interview with homebrew developer Exophase. Exophase is the author of the "fullspeed" GameBoy Advance emulator for the PSP. I have yet to try the emulator out but, word on the interweb is that its a good piece of software. Maybe I'll take a few moments to try it out tomorrow.
August 28th, 2006 — Gaming, PSP, Sony
I just recieved some screens for the PSP version of the upcoming Lego Star Wars game.
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August 19th, 2006 — Gaming, PSP
It seems Sony Japan is releasing a couple of Limited Edition PSP's. There are two models (called Tsukimi and Kachofugetsu) in the signature line each comes with a battery pack, AC adapter and a stand. And at 31,500yen ($271.99) they are certainly a steal!
Has the plain white PSP even come out in the states yet?
Via DCEmu::PlayStation Signature
August 18th, 2006 — Gaming, PSP, Sony
Xplosiv has revealed this morning the existence of a party game known as KAZooK. Developed by MonteCristo KAZooK features 30 bizarre mini-games with 16 characters to choose from. Throughout the game you will have to face with killer Zombies, pilot out of control UFOs, fight with mad sweaty Sumo’s, cause mayhem at an outrageous pool party and encounter many other thrills and oddities.
30 bizarre mini-games – simple shoot-em-ups to dance games, Fighting to Racing – Offering a variety of game styles, each with its own challenge – something for everyone.
16 playable characters – take control of one of 16 characters – all-star rappers, skate-kids, wild goths girls and cool street dudes among others as you take on the many challenges KAZooK has to offer.
3 solo game modes:
Normal – Battle through each mini-game one-by-one, unlocking more levels and bonus’.
Survival – Test your staying power – play through all the minigames, lasting as long as possible.
Party – take on the challenge of completing all minigames to become the ultimate party superstar!
Wi-Fi Multiplayer – 27 mini-games can be played 2 player using the PSP wi-fi feature and 6 can be played hot-seat on one PSP – beat, blast and race your friends. Are you KAZooK?
Game Sharing – 5 of the minigames can be shared with other PSP’s using only one game UMD.
Controls – Simple controls allows gamers of all abilities to pick it up and play but impossible to put down!
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