Tuesday, 31 July 2012
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Little Busters!, the popular visual novel from Key, has been re-released and remastered countless times over the years. The same cannot be said about its spin-off, Kud Wafter.
All of this is about to change with the announcement of a PSP version of Key's spin-off title.
Kud Wafter closely follows the romantic relationship between Riki Naoe and Kudryavka Noumi.
The PSP version features additional event scenes, improved gameplay, and the ability to take screen-shots, which can then be used as wallpapers.
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Unfortunately, the fremium aspect does bring it down a notch.
Fortunately, it is not enough to detract from the overall enjoyment as all of the items are fairly priced.
The colourful and cartoony visuals are a treat to behold with detailed environments and superb animations. I like the fact that everything is polished and fluid, from the menus to the actual gameplay. Android games rarely offer such high-class presentation, especially the free-to-play ones.
With intense non-stop action, Major Mayhem is a title that is most certainly worth downloading.
Posted by Unknown at 07:22
Friday, 27 July 2012
The U-Force is a unique 1989 game controller made by the now defunct Brøderbund for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Infrared sensors placed on a two panels are used to register a player's hand movement. The information is then converted into button inputs.
Just like with the Kinect, players were promised amazing things that unfortunately never came to fruition.
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Thursday, 26 July 2012
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