Reviews and Problems with PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient
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23 July 2011
Summary: This game is VERY challenging. It makes you use brain cells, you didn't even know you had. It can be a bit tricky, and the grade scale for the games is REALLY tough. But if you play the game without worrying about the grading scale, it's really fun in a brain busting, challenging sort of way. My family loves this game - from age 8 all the way up to age 40 (and there are 5 of us total in that age group).
Summary: PQ2 is a great logical game for those who like puzzles. 1. Perfect idea. 2. Great design. 3. Very nice soundtrack. 4. Interactivity: you can apply your score to the Web, create your puzzles, download users' puzzles. This game is a challenge for your brain. The masterpiece of GameDev. The game requires a lot of pacience and perseverance so it may not fit to the people who prefer dinamic action games.
Summary: I received this for Christmas. It has a nice clean look to it and the challenges are interesting and varied. I am sure this will be good mental exercise - after I finished playing, I found myself pondering over one of the puzzles thinking of an alternate solution. Good mind candy !!
Summary: This game is challenging and rewarding. I feel like I'm exercising my brain while having fun. If you think you're smart buy this game and see how you stack up. I am currently ranked 243rd in the US.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t..., Amazon
21 January 2006
Summary: The PSP PQ game - Practical Intelligence Quotient - claims to be an IQ test game that will give you a fully accurate IQ reading once you finish its 100 mini-games. I've taken many, many IQ tests over the years, including several that were professionally given. There are many different aspects to a traditional IQ test. There are many different facets to "intelligence", and spatial organization is only one of them.
Summary: Ladies and gentleman, I give you.....PQ! A new and innovative game that pushes the limits of all types of thinking. This game was created by a Psychologist and is more or less a game that is a test in and of itself. You can log your scores in on the web and see how you rank against others in the world. The game itself is very challenging. It's very addictive if you are patient and love to think.
Summary: I'm amazed there's only one review for this game. It's a great game and there are obviously many owners out there, judging by the online user created levels you can download... This is like a cross between the games Crush, Echochrome(guiding a figure through a 3D block level) and Little Big Planet (the user generated content) and it's very well done. Personally I've been playing the user made levels mostly, as the actual game has various timing limitations...