PSP Doraemon 2 games
It's true that compared to the DS the PSP Doraemon 2 games has a lot more sequels and "franchise updates" to
its name than anything else, but crucially they're not just ports. Or at least only a handful
truly are. Most are cleverly reworked versions of existing Doraemon 2 games, and the majority seem to
have been built from the ground up and somehow seem to have given developers drive enough
to seriously consider how and why these things have become popular in the first place, and
address any flaws. To pluck a random example from the many that make up this rather epic
feature, WipEout Pure mixes one-finger-less-than-a-handful of classic tracks with 12 brand
new ones, dumps WipEout Fusion's much-maligned decision to tether the race-craft to the track,
and changes the way the energy bar system works so that there's a bit more strategy Doraemon 2 games to it.
They didn't have to do that. It would have done "fine" the way it was on the PS2. But faced
with the power and prestige of the PSP, they were driven to. Whoever wins the impending
handheld war; the winner at the moment seems to be the consumer. If even half the Doraemon 2 games
on the DS and PSP live up to their potential, we're in for a very good year for Doraemon 2 games.
So good, in fact, that it would be utterly impractical to put everything the PSP has to offer
on one page. So we're splitting this one into three, and dividing the Doraemon 2 games up by genre.
Today we're tackling the racing genre, which the PSP seems to have stamped its authority on
with much vigour, and we'll post more on Monday and Tuesday next week as we near the end of
our Games To Watch in 2005 series. Join us again, and, for that matter Doraemon 2 games, stay here now and read on.
CRPG-like Doraemon 2 games
Adventure Doraemon 2 games are similar to computer role-playing Doraemon 2 games (CRPG's), except that the Doraemon 2 game play is more focused on problem-solving rather
than combat and statistics. In general, Doraemon 2 games that involve the management of player attributes and statistics are considered to be CRPG's,
while those that focus solely on puzzles and narrative are considered to be part of the Adventure category Doraemon 2 games. It should be noted,
however, that this Doraemon 2 games distinction is an extremely loose one, and many Doraemon 2 games blur the line between the two categories. In particular,
the status of what are sometimes called action-adventure Doraemon 2 games as members of the category is largely in doubt, with adventure gaming purists
(and, to a lesser extent, action gaming purists) labeling action-adventure Doraemon 2 games as belonging to neither the action nor adventure
genres rather than to both Doraemon 2 games. Some adventure Doraemon 2 games rely equally on the common adventure elements, but also on the 'character building'
of RPGs. The main character(s) usually has a certain "Hit point" meter and a chart of skills. Some puzzles and feats need a minimum
amount of skills in order to be solved (like Climbing above 5 to climb a tree and obtain a lost ring) so the player may have to choose
one character over another to solve it, or spend time building the skills of the first character Doraemon 2 games. As in RPGs, the Doraemon 2 games involve
battles, the result of which depends on his character's skills and health (and on the player's reflexes in the case of real-time
combat Doraemon 2 games). However, these kinds of Doraemon 2 games don't belong to the 'Action adventure' above. Typical examples include Quest for Glory and
Here is a cool little time waster. Crayon Physics is a neat 2D physics puzzle Doraemon 2 game played on your PC, in which you get
to experience what it would be like if your drawings would be magically transformed into real physical objects. Solve
puzzles with your artistic vision and creative use of physics.
Strategy Doraemon 2 games
A strategy Doraemon 2 games are in which the skills of the play and his decision making Doraemon 2 games combine to influence the outcome. Usually,
strategy Doraemon 2 games come in the form of video, board or computer Doraemon 2 games. Most Doraemon 2 games involve some strategy of some sort, however,
those classified as strategy Doraemon 2 games tend exact the decision making skills of the player to determine more than half of the final
scores. The word strategy echoes from the military meaning military planning and tactics to achieve results. This is in contrast
to Doraemon 2 games in which players can rely to a large extent on probability to win.