VT Tennis (PlayStation Minis) Review – Serving Aces or a Fault?

I’m going to be honest, tennis has never really interested me. The thought of watching two to four people hitting a small yellow ball back and forth to each other seemed a little boring, and the scoring system just seems a little odd. So, ashamed as I am to admit it, that is the main…

Robin Hood: The Return of Richard Review – You’ll Feel Robbed

Robin Hood: The Return of Richard is a shooting gallery game from Nordcurrent, originally on the iPhone, and now ported to a variety of other platforms, in this case, the PSP (and PS3) as a Mini. Before video games were invented, shooting gallery games were one of the things you’d find in an arcade. So…

Coconut Dodge (PlayStation Minis) Review – Go Ahead and Crab It!

Well, Futurlab’s Coconut Dodge is out, the very first console game released by Futurlab, so I have to take a moment to congratulate them. Now, unfortunately, I’m not supposed to be biased here, but I really wish I could be because I really like Futurlab so far. I can honestly say, the game is quite…

Supermarket Mania (PlayStation Minis) Review – Manic Provisioning

Casual games are extremely popular on the PC and have trickled onto other platforms, even consoles, but especially handhelds. At least handhelds that aren’t the PSP. Even PopCap, which has published games on just about every platform that can play games, doesn’t have any on the PSP. So it’s nice when smaller companies, like in…

Busy Sweets Factory (PlayStation Minis) – Wrapping Up Sony’s Worst Efforts

Sony has obviously never heard the old saying ‘Quality over Quantity’ as they realize mediocre to poor games week after week. So without further a due here are Sony’s latest minis installments. Busy Sweets Factory is another two-player game where you and a friend take control of two aspiring bakers where you both have to…

One Two Boat Racing (PlayStation Minis) Review – Count This Out

Now this game might be able to entertain you for ten minutes or so. As you no doubt have deduced it’s a racing game, possibly involving boats, and you were quite right. This game is meant for only two players, one player paddles up and down with up and down on the directional pad, the…

Pinball Duel (PlayStation Minis) Review – Bounce Out of This

We’ve seen quite a number of pinball games for the PSP, some Minis, some regular PSN titles, some even on UMD. This is a little different, as mentioned, it’s meant for two players, one at each end of the PSP. So there are two sets of flippers, one at each end of the screen. You…