Intelligent Qube Review
Intelligent Qube is simple, fun, and horribly addictive.
Intelligent qube playstation review
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Is I.Q.: Intelligent Qube Still Fun? (PS+ Premium)
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Playstation has several different PS+ packages available for subscribers now and the Premium subscription comes with a host of classic Playstation games from the PS1, PS2, PSP and PS3 eras of gaming.
Some of them will have you waxing nostalgic about the good old days of gaming, and others will leave you questioning your sanity and wondering why or how you could have ever been so enthralled by such jaggedy graphics god-awful controls.
That’s where I come in. I have taken it upon myself to dip my toe back into the pool of nostalgia to see if these games are still worth playing, and in turn, see if they are worth your time and money in downloading and playing them.
I remember spending many hours (spread across a span of many months and years) playing I.Q.: Intelligent Qube on a demo disc that came with my Playstation 1 back in 1997. And while I remember it was fairly fun, (at least for a middle schooler with no money for any other games) I wonder if it has held up at all. The graphics were hardly a great showcase for the system (I suppose 3D shapes were kind of a big deal back then, but CUBES?!), and the gameplay was… limited. Does it still hold up today in 2022, 25 years later? (Did it ever?)
Let’s find out!