It has been 30 years since the original Space Invaders hit arcades, which then politely proceeded to relieve people of their hard-earned coins. The game was successful because of its addictive formula involving shooting never-ending fleets of alien creatures to get the highest score.
Although painfully slow-moving, these aliens are a persistent lot, and even if youâ€™ve shot down tens upon thousands of their comrades, they valiantly persevere. In fact, the only thing thatâ€™s more persevering than these aliens is the Space Invaders franchise itself. Space Invaders Extreme has landed on the PSPâ€”with the same addictive gameplay created 30 years back, the same pesky aliens and a graphical overhaul.
Relive the intrepid explorerâ€™s epic adventures as he makes his way through the first three installments of the Indiana Jones movie franchise.
Albeit a lot more tongue in cheek than George Lucas originally envisioned the movies would ever be, the game version lets you experience all the adventures that Indy gets himself into while throwing lots of puzzles and humorous anecdotes to keep you amused throughout the game. Be warned though â€“ the Lego monkeys can be a bit unnerving!
PSPs have great sound and a speaker system for them would be a great thing to use in your room, office, dorm – wherever you want to hear it out loud. According to the folks over at PSP News, they’ve spotted just such a sound system on CompUSA that’s a deal compared to the others online.
Dreamgear PSP I. Sound Speaker System for Sony PSP” is available at … CompUSA at a very competitive price of $9.97
One day, Google believes, software developers will love its “non-existent” Android handset just as much as they love the iPhone – and maybe more. Speaking this morning at eComm, a conference dedicated to “emerging communications,” Google mobile platforms guru Rich Miner acknowledged that for the moment, Apple may have an advantage. After all, Steve Jobs and company have actually shipped a piece of hardware, while the first Android handset won’t arrive until “the second half of this year.” But Miner also told the crowd that Stevo hasn’t treated developers as well as they deserve. More Â»