It has been a little over three months since Need for Speed ProStreet hit consoles, and now it has finally made its way to the PlayStation Portable. Sort of. The only thing the two versions have in common is their name. The PSP incarnation, unfortunately...
...ProStreet is light on game modes. You can play a quick race, start a career, or play wirelessly via ad hoc or online. We were never able to find more than three people online at a time, and none of them ever wanted to play. Career mode contains the bulk of what little value the game has...
++Good: 32 different cars. Cars show and react to damage.
--Bad: Career mode is nothing more than a succession of races. Controls are terrible. Extremely poor sense of speed. Race types are nothing special.
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Super Mario Galaxy - Wii preview FunnyGames, August 7, 2006
...We don't know much about the back story yet. Heck, even 'Super Mario Galaxy' is just a working title, and with Nintendo's recent working title track record, expect a much less compelling moniker to grace the final game. Is the word Galaxy too threatening for us terrestrial types?...
...Even simple Mario jumping is a little different, since (so far) there aren't a whole lot of walls and barriers. Instead of the 3D worlds of Mario 64 and Sunshine, Galaxy's planets are largely open spaces with some occasional stuff to climb on - more like the 2D worlds of classic Mario, in other words...
...'Fresh' is a word I love to apply to a twenty year-old franchise. It's a bit early to proclaim that Super Mario Galaxy will be Mario's Metroid Prime, but no other game has done as much to sell me on the Wii as Mario's, still sexy after all these years..
Read full preview at: www.gamerevolution.com
Nintendo releases TurboGrafx Games FunnyGames, July 9, 2007
Nintendo Australia announced its latest round of game title updates for the Wii's Virtual Console. As well as three Sega Mega Drive games, 11 TurboGrafx-16 titles are now being made available for purchase through the Wii download service (Australia only), the first time the old console's games have been available down under.
The announcement makes it a 14-title refresh for Australians last week, bringing the total number of games available on the Virtual Console to 93. Mega Drive games will set you back 800 Wii points each, while TurboGrafx-16 games will cost slightly less at 600 points per game.
The list of available TurboGrafx games is:
Bonk's Adventure, Bomberman '93, Super Star Soldier, Victory Run, Alien Crush, Military Madness, R-TYPE, Dungeon Explorer, Soldier Blade, Motoroader and Vigilante.
Read complete story at: www.gamespot.com
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