Top 5 PSP Minis Launch Titles

With the first batch of minis out you're probably wondering which games are worthy of your hard earned moolah. Wonder no more. Here is pspminis.com top 5 PSP minis launch titles.

If you don't have these titles already they highly recommend you pick them up and give them a whirl.

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NexGen5403d ago

Top 5! (Of the 7 available at launch). Seems kinda pointless to rank them, but worth reviewing them.

ThanatosDMC5403d ago

They should make a game like Advance Wars.

MasterChief36245403d ago

There's a game called Mecho Wars on the iPhone/iPod Touch that really is just like Advance Wars, just with a more futuristic enemy feel. If they continue to port over iDevice applications to the PSP Minis service, I'm sure Mecho Wars would be the closest thing to Advance Wars as you can get :D

RAM MAGNUMS5403d ago

what they really need is more free games or at least make trial versions.

FamilyGuy5403d ago

These things need demos or at least video sample of what the games look like in action and they really need price cuts, they should have started at half to 2/3rds of their current cost.

Also, wtfs up with charging $10 for UNO?

Neo Nugget5403d ago

I know! Isn't it only 5 bucks on the xbox?


A Quick Look at Qix - Claim territory with Taito's arcade classic

The early '80s was a revolutionary time for gaming yet not every classic from that era is as celebrated as it should be. Taito's Qix is an often imitated arcade gem so let's take a look at why it's such a legendary game.

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Singapore PM writes his own Sudoku solver

Player Attack: We've seen plenty of politicians with opinions on video games, whether they love them or hate them, but Singapore's Prime Minister has just trumped them all. Lee Hsien Loong has written his own Sudoku-solving program, posted the source code to Facebook, and asked for bug reports.

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The 50 Best Game Series On iOS: Fieldrunners

Tower Defense wasn’t always the default genre on the App Store. In 2008, developers were struggling to find a fit for the iPhone’s large touchscreen, and ports of old JAVA and BREW mobile games just weren’t cutting it. Subatomic Studios was one of the first studios to publish a quality tower defense game on the App Store, and five years later, we’re still playing the Fieldrunners series.

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Fieldrunners was an awesome game, but what about a version of Red Dead Redemption for iOS? am i the only one who thinks that awesome? :I


btw, anyone going to E3 next year? i wonder what they will be showing off :P