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Spelling Challenges and More! (PSP)

Spelling Challenges and More! (PSP)
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7 reviews

Sep, 2014

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(Based on 7 reviews)

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Spelling Challenges and More!

 

Increase your skills in lexigraphy as you test your brain in Spelling Challenges and More!. In the Spelling Challenge, your host Mr. Niceguy awards fictional cash and prizes for each correctly spelled word. If you're not in the gameshow mood, there are se

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Burnout Legends for PSP

 

The Burnout Legends game for the PSP has got to be one of my 10 yr old sons favorite games. We bought him a PSP for Christmas and soon after he purchased the Burnout Legends game. ...

You can build your boost meter

Not for ages under 10

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Top pick of the DMV

 

The psychotic driving game Burnout comes to the PSP with "Burnout legends" and the transition actually delivers a pretty solid driving game. Burnout is clearly the most destructive and chaotic racing game of all time. The idea is less about racing ...

Burnout in portable form, great visuals and effects

Events aren't balanced out, repetitious, music is ripped from previous EA games

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Feel the Burn

 

A fast-paced racing game having you not just race around tracks, but doing various events from crashing other cars to pursuing convicts, to destroying your opponents. Get gold/silver/and bronze medals for completing courses in time. Special courses...

Unique missions, different skill levels, realistic sound, fun gameplay

field of vision sometimes blocked

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Burnout Legends Review By Newbie to Burnout..

 

I am new to the PSP and own three games currently. They are Burnout Legends, Wipeout Pure and Lumines. As some background, I normally am not a fan of arcade-style racing games as I would rather play PGR3 for example. With that said.... I got ...

Great visuals, speed of play, and intensity

Was a bit pricey for a PSP game

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Burnout drifts to the PSP

 

Well I have to be honest. Although I played Burnout 3 I never actually owned it. As I waited for the price to fall to 20 bucks EA brewed up a portable reincarnation of its Burnout series and crammed as much as they could from 1-3 in Burnout: Ledgen. ...

Intense speed, lots of variety, plenty of depth, many cars, looks and sounds slick

Need to use multiplayer to unlock all cars(20), few jaggies, horendous and repeating load times

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What am I missing?

 

Perhaps I'm missing something, but from what I've played "burnout" should be part of another game, not really a game by itself. I'll be honest I've never played a burnout game before but I have Midnight Club 3 and Ridge Racer for PSP and love them ...

fast load times, lots of courses

why is it it's own game

Product Specifications

Designed to keep your life in balance, the HP iPAQ 110 Classic Handheld is a sleek, stylish personal organizer and affordable companion to your cell phone. Go online with Wi-Fi and keep your calendar, contacts and tasks up-to-date.

Audio Input

Type:Microphone

Audio Output

Type:Speaker(s)

Battery

Technology:Lithium ion

Dimensions & Weight

Depth:0.6in
Height:4.6in
Weight:4.1oz
Width:2.7in

Display (Projector)

Color Support:16-bit (64K colors)
Diagonal Size:3.5in
Diagonal Size (metric):8.9cm
Technology:TFT active matrix

GPS System

GPS Navigation: None

Header

Compatibility:PC
Manufacturer:Hewlett-Packard
Model:112 Classic Handheld
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:HP iPAQ

Input Device

Type:Stylus / 5-way navigation button / Touch-screen

Modem

Type: None

Networking

Wireless Connectivity:IEEE 802.11g / IEEE 802.11b / Bluetooth 2.0 EDR

OS Provided

Type:Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0

Processor

Clock Speed:624MHz
Type:XScale PXA310

RAM

Installed Size:64MB

ROM

Installed Size:256MB

System

Handheld Type:Handheld