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PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient 2 (PSP)

PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient 2 (PSP)
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Aug, 2014

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PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient (PSP)

 

PQ2 builds on the good foundation of the original and addresses many of its weaknesses, offering a bigger, better puzzle experience.

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PQ Practical Intelligence Quotient 2

 

Practical Intelligence Quotient (PQ) is non-traditional method for testing one's intelligence quotient (IQ). The concept was developed by Dr. Masuo Koyasu. He is a professor of psychology at Kyoto University. His theory was basically that the...

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PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient

 

I'm always a little wary about games that test your intelligence; the last thing I need is some video game telling me that I'm stupid. That's not to say that I think I'm a brain dead fool, but I would rather meet and get to know the person that is...

With its simple graphics and logic-based puzzles, PQ2 may not look all that exciting. But once you've gotten the hang of it this game proves to be one of the best puzzle games on Sony's handheld. Throw in tons of user-created content and weekly...

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PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient Review

 

Smartypants people should wrap their brains around PQ2.

Even with the minimal presentation, however, PQ2 shouldn't be passed over especially by those needing another brainplowing exercise. Its kinetic gameplay, energetic online interactivity and various modes shouldn't be missed by anyone not even by the...

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PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient 2 Sony PSP Review

 

A number of puzzles to complete; Infrastructure support with new dowloadable puzzles and leaderboards; Create-your-own option

Presentation is minimal; Camera movement can be dead slow; May be too mentally challenging for some

Those who like getting a mental kick out of their PSP (to the point that they aren't lobbing it across the room, anyway) are probably absorbed enough as it is in Sega's Crush or D3 Publisher's "other" big hit, Puzzle Quest. Well, make room on your...

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[Gamers' Day 2007] Practically Irresistible

 

PQ2 is coming, and you probably don't even know what PQ1 is, do you? Educate yoself, foo!

We gave the game a shot, working through a few of the normal puzzles and then dipping into the first single-move set of puzzles. They were, not surprisingly, rather tough, but then that's the idea. The new, more brisk controls really did help things,...

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PQ2 Practical Intelligence Quotient 2

 

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PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient 2

 

Using a measuring system created at Kyoto University, PQ 2 can calculate a gamer's intelligence through a series of puzzles and tests. PQ 2 invites players to complete over 250 different puzzles and then share their scores online by connecting to a wirele

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PQ2: Practical Intelligence Quotient 2

 

Better get the paracetamol

Using a system crafted by Kyoto University Professor Masuo Koyasu, the game derives your PQ via spatial puzzles requiring movement and the manipulation of objects. Your objective in each puzzle is to reach a goal beacon while contending with a variety...

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