Do you own any of those fun handheld games that everyone in the family will enjoy? The Nintendo DS seems to be the game that everyone is playing. You can play games like Mario, Directv, Zelda and Kirby. If you are looking for endless hours of gaming fun this is the handheld game for you. You will be able to expand your gaming library and play other games and you can get on the internet with the DS. The PSP, Playstation Portable is more of a game for the gamers. If you are going to be spending more time with a handheld, get the PSP. This handheld has games that are going to take lots of time to play so make sure you have the time. The PSP can turn into a GPS, a movie player and it can get you onto the internet. If you are looking to put any new games on the PSP you are going to have to pay for them and also any other attachments that you might need. With the DS, you never have to buy any new games or anything more other than the game itself. Either game will give you hours of pleasure so make your choice or why not purchase the two of them and give one to your kids to keep them busy?
Nintendo has been known for having some of the best movie based game titles on their video game consoles throughout the years. The Nintendo DS keeps up with that tradition by sporting its own share of awesome movie games. Here are some of the best movie based game titles available for the DS.
1. The Amazing Spider-Man – You control Spider-Man in a mission based setting that continues the story after the blockbuster movie. Fight classic comic book villains and upgrade your abilities as you progress.
2. Captain America: Super Soldier – Another action packed adventure this time featuring Read more »
Choose Your Weapon: Handheld Gaming Systems
Much is made about the console wars – Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft duking it out for dominance in the home gaming console market. However, for those looking to play outside the home there are two main options to choose from:
Nintendo 3DS: 169.99
The latest entry in the DS family of handheld consoles, the 3DS features two screens, one of which is touch sensitive. The touch screen can be operated with an included stylus or with the finger, and this auxiliary screen can be used to affect gameplay on the main screen. New in this version of the device is remarkably good 3D technology that brings out the action on the main screen. With classic titles like Super Mario Land, Mario Kart, Legend of Zelda: Ocarena of Time, and Kingdom Hearts, the 3DS is clearly aimed to please a younger demographic of gamers.
Playstation Vita: 249.99
The Vita looks very similar to Sony’s last handheld, the Playstation Portable (PSP), but adds a more powerful processor, sharper display, and both front and back touch screens for a unique handheld experience. The Vita is also capable of more than just gaming as it can play back movies and music and connects with Sony’s Playstation Store for added connectivity. The system is targeted more toward those who already own a Playstation 3 as its offerings include games from the popular Uncharted, Assassin’s Creed, Sly Cooper, LittleBigPlanet, and Resistance series from the PS3. In addition, the Vita seems as though it will also play a much more integral role in the recently announced Playstation 4.
These two systems, though they have similar features, have distinct differences. Those looking for a near-console-quality experience with more core games may be interested in the Vita, while those who cherish classic Nintendo games and perhaps a more relaxed playing style will be drawn to the 3DS.
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This holiday season is all about the Mario franchise of games. With three major players for the 3DS its no wonder kids will be going nuts for these this Christmas. The first game is “New Super Mario 2″. Also in the Mario lineup this Christmas is “Luigi’s Mansion: Darkmoon”, if you played the original Luigi’s Mansion, expect similar game play, capturing ghosts and solving small riddles. “Paper Mario: Sticker Star” is the last in the Mario thread Read more »
If you know anything about a road trip with kids, you will realize you need something to keep them entertained during the enticing , long trip. Luckily, the Sony PSP handheld system provides a extraordinary range of games to keep your kid(s) preoccupied, and help you ease your mind.
The most common type of games kids prefer are sports and FPS (first person shooter) type of games. The PSP not only offers Basketball, Football, Soccer, and war type of games, Read more »
My number one recommendation for kids, and 3DS users of any age for that matter, would be The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. Growing up as a kid, I dumped a ton of hours into the N64 version of this, and would probably consider it one of the best games I have ever played. Even if the released 3DS version of this game didn’t have updated graphics, I would still highly recommend it.
Another great Read more »
Here are some of the top 5 games you should purchase for your Vita:
A great game, a great storyline, and an excellent fighting system that really puts you and your adversary at the best of your wits. Additionally, you’ll get tons of great DLC characters and exclusive content just for PS Vita.
Uncharted: Golden Abyss
The Uncharted series has really made a big splash on the market for the Playstation 3. PS Vita takes Read more »
Do you own any of those fun handheld games that everyone in the family will enjoy? The Nintendo DS seems to be the game that everyone is playing. You can play games like Mario, Zelda and Kirby. If you are looking for endless hours of gaming fun this is the handheld game for you. You will be able to expand your gaming library and play other games and you can get on the internet with the DS.
The PSP, Playstation Portable is more of a game for the gamers. If you are going to be spending more Read more »