Gaming is all the rage. Why you should try it: If you loved playing Guacamelee! then Tales from Space is another game that you must try on your PS Vita. It has been developed by the same creator and the gameplay is inspired by the retro environment of the 50s and 60s. Tales from Space is a sci-fi adventure game where you play as an ill-tempered blob. By nature of your being, you grow in size by swallowing everything on your path. Slowly, you become a giant from a small cell and along the way, get superpower abilities like magnetism, rocket boosting, and telekinesis. Now, you can utilize your superpowers to devour the whole world. I know the game sounds somewhat basic, but there are interesting puzzles, secrets, and challenges in the story. Once you solve those challenges, you will become the largest blob in the space. So go ahead and play this fun game on your PS Vita and I am sure you won’t be disappointed.
Market glory is a free to play browser based trading game, which revolves on making as much money as possible. When you start out you have only two choices to make money, by fighting and working. There is a hard cap (10) on the number of fights you can do each day. You can also only work once every 24 hours. This means that you need some time to earn enough in-game money before you can ps3 start up you own company, unless you invest real cash in the game. If you have been looking for some of the funniest and quirkiest games, we suggest that you give a go to some of the titles by Amanita Design. The third installment was released on March 24, but you can also play the first version that was released in 2003. You can also give a go to Machinarium, Botanicula and Shy Dwarf.
Kinect is the motion control device created by Microsoft to be used with their Xbox 360 console. You use your body (head, hands, and feet) along with spoken commands to control whatever it is you’re playing. Microsoft has taken care to emphasize in its ad campaign that with Kinect, YOU are the controller, so that pretty much gives you an idea of what this device is all about. There had also been reports of a possible DRM (Digital Rights Management) involving players having to have a constant internet connection to play the game – much like the nonsense that Ubisoft tried to con paying customers with not too long ago. This would only have hurt the long awaited true sequel in the end. Hardcore console gamers will prefer the Xbox 360, while children and casual party gamers will probably like the Wii.