Another week means more of the latest video game news from Kidzworld! This week is all about news that fits into the palm of your hand. The Sony PSP is getting hooked up with the classic Myst video game and there's some buzz about the Nintendo Wii game system doing something with karaoke and phones. Check out the news below, plus another Star Wars Miniatures: Champions of the Force preview and the scoop on what sweet new games are dropping for the [kwlink 6632s]GBA[/kwlink], Nintendo DS, Gamecube, PS2, PSP, Xbox and Xbox 360 this week.
Classic Puzzle Game Myst on the Sony PSP
The Sony PSP is getting cooler by the day! Not only can you play Neopets on it, you can also play some seriously cool action and adventure games. And now the classic puzzle-solving mystery game, Myst, is coming to the PSP. It's dropping in Japan in June 2006, in the UK a little later and then in North America.
Nintendo Wii = Karaoke and Phone?
There's a rumor on the Net about the upcoming Nintendo Wii and it's wacky motion-sensitive controller, the one with the microphone built in. Word is that not only is there a karaoke game where you'll use the controller as the mic, but it's also going to be able to use the Wii's internet capability to let you make VoIP phone calls with the controller. This means free long-distance phone calls to all your gaming friends!
Star Wars Miniatures: Champions of the Force Previews!
The Star Wars Miniatures game of battling Jedi, Clones, Sith and more is getting a power-up with the upcoming Champions of the Force expansion set and we have [kwlink]previews[/kwlink] of two of the figures! For the 411 on Qui-Gon Jinn and Darth Maul, follow this link.
In main menu:Press 2,4,4,6,2(press * or # to change modes)
Enter the legend:Press 2,4,6,8 to get skill points and trophies
Club master:Do the same as above
While playing:Press RSK(right soft key)to go to cheat menu and select what you want e.g Press 1 for a goal
Recently on Friday of this week Super Smash Bros for Wii U has been released.
If you thought broken game releases on the PS4 and Xbox one were cool.
You don't know what your missing from Smash Bros on the Wii U.
For starters it's 60 frames per second and runs in 1080p. That's a plus when you look at recent popular games like Call Of Duty Advance Warefare (PS4) which runs at 1080p and the frame rate drops down dramatically on campaign.
But those frame rates and graphics resolutions aren't holding the game from show casing over 40 fighters to chose from.