Despite the planned release of the PlayStation Vita right around the corner, game studios appear to be continuing development on some great PlayStation Portable games this year. It’s not yet clear whether the Vita will be able to play your PSP titles, but if you don’t intend to get the Vita as soon as it comes out, or if you’re looking for a few PSP games to tide you over until it does, here’s a list of the best PSP titles so far this year. Read the rest of this entry »
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When it comes to handheld gaming, the Nintendo DS is the system of choice, featuring a wide selection of games along with its unique touch screen interface. The recent release of the Nintendo 3DS also brought an interesting new spin on the handheld genre; however, it’s autostereoscopic display seems a bit premature, resulting in what many people agree is an undesirable experience. As a result, the best games, so far, this year do not focus on the 3DS. Read the rest of this entry »
It’s time to take a look at the best PS3 games 2011 has delivered so far. Sony makes it a point to keep as many titles exclusive to the PS3 as possible. Because these exclusive titles are able to leverage the PS3’s hardware better than cross-platform ports, they are typically quite popular, and a couple made our list. Read the rest of this entry »
alaTest.com is the reference in consumer electronic product reviews. We have a unique way of gathering, processing and filtering data we scrape from the web in order to give our users the most objective product reviews and help them in their purchasing decisions. We also give products an alaScore which a simple rating scale, ranging from 0 to 100. It provides you with a quick and simple method to compare similar products on alaTest websites (more info about alaScore).
alaScore™ is a simple rating scale, ranging from 0 to 100. It provides you with a quick and simple method to compare similar products on alaTest websites. The higher the alaTest™ score, the higher the overall quality of the product. As you can imagine, universal rating scale has to be as consistent and objective as possible, something impossible to achieve based on just one review of a product. This is why alaScore™ is calculated based on hundreds (sometimes even thousands) of reviews from across the entire internet.