The third and final installment of a look at the best games in Q1 2009. Covered so far, Xbox 360 and PS3 then Wii and DS and to wrap it up lets look at PSP, PS2 and a few PC titles. While the PS2 is far from dead it is getting last rites while the PSP works to prove its relevance. There is hope for the PSP with some solid titles hitting shelves in addition to all the cross platform, scaled down titles out there, sports titles, etc. PC, this space has never been about PC titles but there area always a few worth a mention. Let’s get started in order to finish.
Tabletop gaming is a fixture in the geek universe. Perhaps you already have a regularly scheduled Dungeons & Dragons game, or play one of the less popular Tabletop games such as Call of Cthulhu or GURPS. Tabletop gaming isn’t restricted to dice games, however. Try HeroClix, Warhammer 40k, or other miniatures. Board games like Risk could make for an evening of fun, or card games such as Magic: The Gathering.
It is very hard to multitask while playing PC games. Because, they are memory and resource hunger. Online versions are easier to play while you run another application program.
I put the disc in the computer and the software recognized it straight away. I could see all the dvd files on the top box and with one click of the mouse it started saving it on my hard drive.
New iPad 2 comes with FaceTime feature for video chat. You can also use all the third-party applications like Skype for chatting with your family and friends. It also includes Smart Cover accessory that allows the device to automatically and can also be folded to be a holder. Since iPad 2 comes with dual core processors called A5 it allows the application load much faster as well as perform other computing tasks in a more efficient way. The processor of iPad 2 is actually the design of the ARM Cortex A9.
Those familiar with collectible card games (CCGs) will be familiar with the term deck building. Deck building is the process of choosing a specific set of cards to form a deck. That deck is then used to actually play the game. While deck building is a critical skill to winning at collectible card games, the actual building of the deck is not considered to be a part of playing of the game.
I know that I already mentioned Diner Dash, but this might as well be a different game. Totally different graphics, different pace, and while it’s the same premise, it just feels entirely different. There’s also another added bonus: you get to change your wardrobe! As you beat each level, you earn clothing. Then you can go into your “closet” and mix and match to create your own outfit to wear while you bus tables. It really adds another dimension to the game!