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PlayStation Portable Game Reviews

Updated: Nov 30, 2015 01:11
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Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness- PSP

The music Disgaea fits very well in all areas - the castle music has an almost comical feel to it. Players are going to need to get used to some of it, as there is really only a few different songs for battle music. But, the battles move along quickly...

12 expert reviews

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Lemmings (PSP)

The comprehensive level editor supplies over 300 pieces pulled from Crystal, Earth, Roman, Egyptian and Hell themes in the game. Even better than building your own is downloading the work of others and enjoying a never-ending challenge thanks to the...

34 expert reviews | 38 user reviews

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Blast Off (PSP)

Replay value is limited, aside from the higher difficulties. These increased challenges do depend on the player liking the game though. The gameplay mechanics change, so they are worth playing. Once you finish everything (which I can't see myself...

6 expert reviews

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Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure (PSP)

It's sometimes hard to imagine the PSP as anything more than a portable PS2 port machine. With the exception of a few games the system's library consists of mostly downsized...

22 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

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Virtua Tennis 3 (PSP)

Spanning the world, one ace at a time.

23 expert reviews | 64 user reviews

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The Warriors (PSP)

Telling the story of numerous gangs in New York City during the movies time period, The Warriors video game manages to provide more than a simple video game rehash of the scenes found in the movie. Instead, were pleasantly greeted with an abundance of...

25 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

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Dynasty Warriors: Strikeforce (PSP)

Two other major changes Koei implemented were to the musou and weapon systems of the game. Now when you fill the musou gauge, you don't use your musou attack when you press the appropriate button. Instead, you go into “Musou Mode”, which transforms the...

22 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

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Buzz! Master Quiz (PSP)

For a trivia game, Buzz! Master Quiz features a good assortment of value, with 3000 questions to swim through, ranging across a variety of genres, extensive multiplayer options and modes, Buzz! Master Quiz is a fantastic value for a mere $20. For a...

32 expert reviews | 27 user reviews

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Final Fantasy IV: Complete Collection (PSP)

By keeping to the original game’s roots, Square Enix has managed to retain the original’s visual charm while fine tuning enough to make it visually appealing to today’s gamers. Sure, the CG cutscenes do look a little out of place next to the old 2D...

4 expert reviews

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Metal Slug XX (PSP)

The music is, for the most part, classic Metal Slug, with themes harkening back to the older games. Nothing as memorable as Metal Slug 3, but certainly not so bland or boring as to make you want to turn it down. Blaring music and sound effects are a...

15 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 (PSP)

NS:UNH3 is only going to be of an interest to fans of the series, and even then, only to fans who haven't been playing the other entries in the series. There isn't much here to entice you when there are many other PSP games that do the same things better.

27 expert reviews | 37 user reviews

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Toy Story 3 (PSP)

The thing that kinda gets to me is that once you finish 20 something levels of pratically the same thing, there's only a few bonuses which keeps the game brief. However I did like the fact that I got to play as Buzz in his mini game, but I don't like...

9 expert reviews | 14 user reviews

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Hexyz Force (PSP)

Hexyz worries more about how a handheld RPG should be played instead of trying to reinvent the genre

12 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

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Crimson Gem Saga (PSP)

The PSP finally gets a ‘must have' RPG for itself. The RPG genre has not been kind to Sony's portable powerhouse. The UMD format has butchered more than its fair...

9 expert reviews

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Warhammer 40,000: Squad Command (PSP)

I was very surprised with Squad Command. The Action Point system is deep, well balanced, and always keeps the game entertaining. Besides the single player campaign, the player has a ton of multiplayer options available. It is too bad the graphics and...

38 expert reviews | 11 user reviews

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Gungnir (PSP)

Gungnir is a fine addition to the Dept. Heaven series of Sting games. It's got enough content to last a good 30+ hours, and offers an immense challenge that even tactical professionals will have a hard time tackling. Coupled with an intriguing story...

7 expert reviews

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Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7- PSP

It's difficult for me to articulate why I love TT Games' various LEGO titles so much. Maybe it's my deep-seated love of collecting digital trinkets, baubles, and doodads that stems back to Nintendo 64's many collect-a-thons. Perhaps it's the emphasis...

4 expert reviews

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Persona 2 Innocent Sin (PSP)

An old classic comes to the PSP. But has the demon summoning and ambience aged nicely? Read our Persona 2: Innocent Sin review to find out.

3 expert reviews

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SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs -- Tactical Strike (PSP)

SOCOM: Tactical Strike isn’t the action-based affair most series fans are accustomed to, but the real-time strategy title is good at what it does. Graphically impressive on PSP, SOCOM: Tactical Strike is worth a look.

28 expert reviews | 30 user reviews

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Fate/Extra (PSP)

Visually though, the game looks very sharp. The characters models and art all look strikingly accurate and really capture the games anime essence, especially in combat. In fact combat, has some of the best looking visuals I've seen in a PSP game. Sadly...

6 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

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Corpse Party: Book of Shadows- PSP

You can play the new Corpse Party on your PSP or PlayStation Vita -- but do you want to? Find out in our review.

2 expert reviews

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Red Dead Redemption (PSP)

Check out Bright Hub's full review of Rockstar's epic open world adventure, Red Dead Redemption: a vision of the old west that reflects the epic scope of Rockstar's previous game, Grand Theft Auto IV.

2 expert reviews

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Star Ocean: First Departure- PSP

Little King\'s Story is one of the most intriguing games of the year, and for good reason. At its best it takes the good things about Harvest Moon and Animal Crossing – the feeling of controlling and interacting with a virtual world – while...

9 expert reviews | 2 user reviews



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