SCEA has dropped the price of the PSP Core Pack $30 from $199.99 to $169.99 to celebrate the second birthday of the PSP. The SCEA press release also indicates that Sony has added Daxter and Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror to the Greatest Hits Collection. This brings Sony’s mobile gaming platform closer to the price point
Entries Tagged as 'Nintendo DS'
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October 5th, 2006 · No Comments
Create, download, or buy icons for your Nintendo DS at DSIcons, by Firewheel Design. Mario Kart DS and Animal Crossing support custom icons. Most if not all of the icons at DSIcons are for Mario Cart DS, but they show pixel-by-pixel three frame instructions on creating the icons and offer GIF download links. The downloadable
September 4th, 2006 · 2 Comments
The recent Sudoku craze began in late 2004 when Wayne Gould convinced The Times of London to take a chance on a puzzle that had been invented (anonymously) by Howard Garns in 1979 and published by Dell magazines as Number Place. Gould, a retired judge and computer programmer, had written software for the game. His
July 7th, 2006 · 58 Comments
Wondering if the Sony PlayStation3 will be worth the wad of cash you’ll have to cough up for it? Wondering what else you could do with that same wad of cash?The following is a list of some other things (mostly gaming-related) that you could spend your hard-earned $600 on.
June 27th, 2006 · No Comments
Nintendo has released the new DS Lite. The new DS sports brighter, more vibrant screens. Nintendo has trimmed it down to a sleaker, slimline body, and provided a larger stylus this time. The battery life is enhanced and the microphone has been repositioned to the center of the unit. Via Related PostsArt of Wii ContestNintendo
October 20th, 2005 · No Comments
Check out this giant collection of gaming junk! With an almost complete collection of many older console games and enough paraphanelia to make a grown boy cry this collection tops just about anything I’ve seen on the net. Or in “real life”. Whatever that is. Related PostsSony Drops PSP Price to $169.99SCEA has dropped the
September 7th, 2005 · 43 Comments
The Nintendo DS has given developers a chance to put forth new and innovative games. And with the addition of the touchscreen it has enabled developers to create game ideas that were previously impossible (or at best awkward) on any kind of console. Following is a list of ideas for ports and generic game ideas that would make good use of the DS hardware.
August 29th, 2005 · 33 Comments
So, with the recent price drop you are thinking about getting another DS so you can play some of the included wireless features on some of your games with a buddy, but which games have good wireless play and which ones are just a gimmick?
August 6th, 2005 · No Comments
California Extreme 2005 — California Extreme is the “Classic Arcade Games Show”. In a nutshell, it’s an annual celebration of coin operated pinball machines, video games and other novelties you once found in game arcades. It’s two days that celebrate this exceptional entertainment medium, featuring tournaments, speakers, parts vendors, and an opportunity to play games
August 3rd, 2005 · No Comments
Batari BASIC Compiler — Fred Quimby’s BASIC compiler for the Atari 2600 let’s you create your own games that will actually run on an Atari 2600, or in an emulator. Glamestris — Integrating AI game playing algorithms into Tetris, plus a few other Tetris links, including a 1998 article on Vladimir Pokhilko, the creator of