Reviews and Problems with PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient
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PQ Practical Intelligence Quotient
Pablo Claudio "P", Amazon
18 March 2007
Summary: Great game for puzzle masters. However, kind of a buzzkill. The game is fun while it lasts but is over too quick. Once the game is over it's no fun anymore. Finished the game in two days. Needs a little more action.
Summary: PQ2 is definetly a great improvement for the series. The puzzles are fun, intriguing and the presentation may be simple, but quite clean and effective. It's great that you can play user-created puzzles, create your own and check your score with people around the world. However, dont expect to have a friendly game: PQ2 sometimes looks more like a university exam rather than just a game but if you think you can take the challenge, go for this PSP puzzle classic.
Summary: This game can get super hard. At times it feels more like an exam than a video game, but if you are into challenging your mind, check this one out. It can be aggrivating, but equally rewarding when you solve puzzles quickly and efficiently. Not for mindless play - you need to devote your brainpower to this game.
Summary: I've just finished playing all 100 screens & have my first PQ score. I'm now going back for more so I can beat my own score. This game is so addictive & it's a great time filler. You can play for just a few minutes or as long as your PSP is charged for. It's really quick & easy to get started with a brief tutorial & a real must for any problem solvers.
Summary: I bought PQ while Christmas shopping in New York and it certainly made the flight home fly by. There are 100 puzzles which start off easy and soon get mind-bendingly difficult. The thing with PQ is that you find yourself playing it until you get stuck and putting it down. Five minutes later a possible solution pops into your head and you're playing again, it's really quite addictive.
Summary: Buenas tardes: Vamos a hablar sobre el juego "Practical Intelligence Quotient" para la videoconsola portatil PSP. Esta desarrollado por la compañía japonesa Now Production y editado por D3Publisher. Con este juego podras medir tu coeficiente intelectual. Para ello tendras que resolver 100 rompecabezas en 3D de 13 clases diferentes. Los distintos obstáculos y métodos que en el juego se plantean, pondrán a prueba la habilidad que tenemos para resolver problemas.