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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:13pm 06/04/10 | 2 Comments
Proving again there's no boundaries for the handheld market, James Cottee takes a look at PlatinumGames' Infinite Space, a hybrid RPG that also employs customisable fleet and ship options for a science-fiction dog-fighting romp of the portable kind.

In saying that though, Infinite Space is still lacking in several areas, and even seems to suffer from its own customisation option, taking focus away from where it was most needed: gameplay. Despite all this though, the game is clearly worth looking at, especially for the commuters out there looking to pass away time.

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Scooter
Posted 02:04pm 06/4/10
especially for the commuters out there looking to pass away time


When I was at Uni (few years ago now) I always use to get wierd looks on the bus when I got out the DS and started playing. Headphones with low volume for sound so it shouldn't have been anoying them like people with Blaring MP3 players.

People would be reading Books/Newspapers or studying but playing games didn't seem like an acceptable time-waster on public transport. I saw school kids playing every now and then but never anyone else. Doubt it's changed much in a few short years.
groganus
Posted 02:08pm 06/4/10
I beg to differ, my train always has a guy playing on his psp, he plays a wide range of titles, even saw him playing monster hunter one day and wanted to hit him up and play it with him but lacked the confidence to approach such a long haired feral man.

I always see office girls with the DSi's doing brain training or what ever the f*** else people do, and every now and again i see men in suits with there DSi's doing what ever the f*** they do. I personally just game on my iphone, but i haven been known to rock out my psp or ds when i feel the need for some slightly more advanced gaming.

My biggest gripe with playing games on public transport (particulary with my psp) is i get into the game and almost miss my stop.
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