PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient Released
PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient, a game that is designed to test your
intelligence has been released for the PSP. A 3D puzzle game that tests player’s
problem solving skills, PQ uses the PSP system’s Infrastructure Mode and allows
players to post their PQ score on the worldwide ranking site to see how they
rank against other players around the world. Yep, if you want to see how dumb
you really are, now's your chance.<P>
“This is our first title for PSP and we are confident that it is the perfect game for the platform,” commented Yoji Takenaka, executive vice president and COO for D3PA. “PQ offers players a meaningful reward for completing the game, an actual intelligence score. It will attract PSP users who are looking for a great game at a great price.”
The game uses a measuring system that was created under the guidance of Professor Masuo Koyasu of Kyoto University in Japan that determines players ‘Practical Intelligence Quotient’ or PQ.
Here's a little more about the game:
100 3D logic puzzles moving blocks and stairs, avoiding walls and lasers, pulling switches and maneuvering with maps
13 puzzle types use various obstacles and methods to test a player’s problem-solving abilities
Scores are based on not only solving the puzzle, but also take into account how fast and how many moves are used
Players can then post their PQ score using the PSP system’s Infrastructure Mode to receive a worldwide ranking and compare their score with other players
PQ: Practical Intelligence Quotient for the PSP is available with a MSRP of $29.99.
1/11/2006 Aaron Thomas