I just wanted another simcity game that didn't try to cater to everyone. simcity is still one of my favorite games of all time, and I have fond memories of it (like me and my brother checking each others towns in simcity 2000).
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I know its been a while but I will answer. Not super great. The PSP screen wasn't even standard def if I am remembering correctly. So PSP games look very grainy. They do work and run, however.
Of course I am fine with it. I had a video out cable for my PSP which didn't look great either, but I liked it.
Since the subscription only works on PS4 I was gonna pass on it, however I broke down and gave the free trail a shot this week On my PS4, and I gotta say I was pleasently surprised.
However, what was a better surprise is that the subscription worked on my Vita. At least, on the Vita version of Now, all the games included in the subscription are listed as "playable" instead of by price. Gave it a shot on my PS TV and it works pretty good. Played a couple games and it works good.
I may subscribe for a little bit. Kinda invest in it to help make it better. A few games on the service I will play, but of course I want more.
Long story short is I can't get good wifi where I keep my game consoles and running a cable through the home is not an option.
Has anyone used PLC before? Is it good for gaming? I will be putting the $50 this Friday to try it, but I wanted to hear what everyone thought about this option first.
Thanks for the input.
Being the huge firaxis fan I am I have nothing but high hopes going in.
With that said while I like the Civ V engine, IV is still my favorite mechnically. If they can just bring some of those mechanics back that would be awesome (although some may not work in the sci fi area, since one of my favorite mechanics was religon/corporations).
The backlog is good. Most PS1 games appear to work and a lot of PSP titles work (although a couple exceptions bother me that they aren't available.
PS+ is worth it. The games so far have been great and having the abilty to back up saves are a plus for a portable device.
The 3G is used for all online functionality except online gaming and downloads over 30 MB on the play store. Oh and Netflix doesn't work, but youtube does on 3G.