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Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by HoleInOne, Mar 4, 2005.
Anyone got any info on the n-gage qd - how good are the games on it, playability, graphics etc
Cheers. Any input ShoresGuy, wondering what they are like. Or anyone else?
im your n-gage man!!!Bloody love it, as you may of noticed from my posts.
Another one you want to have a chat with is Ade.
Excellent, cheers. Tell me what you love about it - do you have it on a phone contract as well?
yeah, its not a bad phone, but i mainly use it for the gaming, of which the online service is great. though have to be careful the online gaming doesnt run my bill up too much!
Actually, I have the original N-Gage. The QD is basically the lower-end model with hotswapping MMC card technology and some graphical improvements to the phone interface/menu structure.
I haven't used the QD myself since the original has always suited my needs and the triband capability/hardware mp3 player were the perks for me. I play eDoom Series 60 on it and the graphics and sounds are clear and crisp for it being a scaled-down version of Doom I. Other than that, I'll let ade and stinkycrookshank help you with the QD-related questions.
The QD is still readily available whereas the original has practically been discontinued. You can also visit a UK-based N-Gage site called NGH: http://www.n-gage-help.com which has a load of users from Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland.
Feel free to pass along more questions
Excellent, thanks guys.
Just been looking around and I hear that Pathway to Glory is the business - have you played it?
yeah, its a top game, and its even better when played on the arena with other online users.
Really opens up the game once you have played it solo for a while and adds a new dimension to it.
interesting...do you use the n-gage arena for the multiplayer? What's it like?
its pretty cool, you get to play online events with other users, which can really liven up a game which you may have completed or got bored of. It also has some interesting guests who you can pose questions to about forthcoming games.
Definately worth spending the time to join.
But in order to be cost effective, one should look at a provider with unlimited or free GPRS data access since you have to almost always use GPRS for the Arena. I believe the UK providers offer some reasonable GPRS options, here in Germany, GPRS isn't too cheap.