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PlayStation Portable Game Reviews

Updated: Jul 29, 2015 10:35
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#201
alaScore 85

Echoes (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

#202
alaScore 85

Colin McRae: DiRT 2 (PSP)

Game has plenty of tracks and cars available. Is easy to follow and has multiple levels as your driving improves. Grab one from mighty ape for some cheap fun.

12 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#203
alaScore 85

Hot Shots Tennis: Get a Grip

I had fun with a couple of the game in Hot Shots Shorties and smiled at a few of the concepts, but overall, these are just random, overpriced mini-games. They're fun for a bit, but once I was done with a game, I was done with it for good.

6 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

#204
alaScore 85

Gitaroo Man Lives! (PSP)

Despite it being a short and low on extra modes, Gitaroo Man Lives proves to be one of the most entertaining music games on the PSP. It's full of wacky characters, memorable songs and enough fun game play to make you want to come back long after you've...

21 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#205
alaScore 85

Young Thor (PSP)

The ability to select stages in different orders ensures that you’ll be able to play this game in several different ways. The difficulty compensates based on your choice. I made an effort to select random stages and am happy to report that there is...

6 expert reviews

#206
alaScore 85

Obscure: The Aftermath (PSP)

Say hello to the new flower children. As Amy approached the door, she felt the faint coldness of fear griping her heart, making it difficult to breath. The last step...

17 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

#207
alaScore 85

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

#208
alaScore 85

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

#209
alaScore 85

Smash Court Tennis 3 [European] (PSP)

With Top Spin and Virtua Tennis ruling the 360 courts, why did anyone think we'd want to play a purely mediocre tennis game?

41 expert reviews | 33 user reviews

#210
alaScore 85

Undead Knights (PSP)

Inventive, repetitious and plenty of fun. If you were to take the gothic look and feel of the Devil May Cry Series, combined it with the endless waves of similar...

21 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#211
alaScore 85

Gradius Collection (PSP)

The honor of most impressive goes to next game in the compilation: Gradius Gaiden. It actually released before Gradius IV, despite the compilation's ordering of games and the superior presentation and options of Gaiden. However, it never made it out of...

27 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

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#212
alaScore 85

WWE All Stars (PSP)

The PSP games that have typically shined the brightest are titles designed exclusively for Sony's portable platform. Ports of console games tend to disappoint due to missing features, diminished graphics and audio...

7 expert reviews | 1 user reviews

#213
alaScore 85

Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess (PSP)

So begins Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess (MPSMP). Released on XBOX Live after having appeared on PSN, what follows is a simple but effective upward-scrolling platformer, where we propel the vapid Vampire through a series of ledges, vines and...

10 expert reviews

#214
alaScore 85

Fate/Unlimited Codes (PSP)

As far as extra's go, there's not much outside of the few characters and costume changes, but you do get some illustrations, a few bgm changes, a handful of short movies, and a character model display. It's certainly nothing mind-blowing, but at least...

12 expert reviews

#215
alaScore 85

LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean (PSP)

Much like the other LEGO games, LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean comes packed with a ton of cheats. Entering in the cheats gives you access to everything from the ability to triple your score to unlocking extra characters and even cool new modes. Of...

6 expert reviews | 2 user reviews

#216
alaScore 85

Lord of Arcana (PSP)

Square Enix saw how popular the Monster Hunter series was and decided to try their luck with something similar with Lord of Arcana. Action that is a bit faster paced and music by the one and only Nobuo Uematsu outshine the flaws. Cheap deaths caused by...

31 expert reviews | 8 user reviews

#217
alaScore 84

Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of The Lions- PSP

This review was based on a retail copy of the game purchased by the writer.

7 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#218
alaScore 84

Tekken: Dark Resurrection (PSP)

Show some love -- resurrection is perfection.

14 expert reviews | 7 user reviews

#219
alaScore 84

Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception (PSP)

Ace Combat X is a must-own flight/combat game. It's not just the best PSP has to offer - it's the best any handheld has ever seen. The arcade-style gameplay, deep battles, and rewarding missions are just some of the things that make this game a...

16 expert reviews | 5 user reviews

#220
alaScore 84

Madden NFL 10 (PSP)

Madden games on the PSP. The gameplay is better, the audio has finally seen some changes, there’s more content than ever, and the ability to create your own plays is something that should become a staple in the series. However, the freezing problem is...

5 expert reviews | 3 user reviews

#221
alaScore 84

Transformers War For Cybertron (PSP)

An in depth review of the highly anticipated title from High Moon Studios. Transformers: War For Cybertron aims to give plenty of fan service while also trying to appeal to gamers and potential new fans of the series. Have they managed it? Read on for...

3 expert reviews

#222
alaScore 84

Patapon

While Patapon doesn’t have a lot of replay value, for what it’s worth it does have an extremely unique (and fun) experience in store for anyone who dares fill the shoes of Al Mighty. If you like games such as Loco Roco, this one's certainly worth a shot.

9 expert reviews | 81 user reviews

#223
alaScore 84

Everybody's Golf (PSP)

Without a doubt Everybody's Golf is our current PSP game of choice. The game should have let you have 2 player games on the one PSP but unfortunately it doesn't. Multiplayer niggles aside though, this one's a cracker

22 expert reviews | 49 user reviews

#224
alaScore 84

Chili Con Carnage (PSP)

Next to the singleplayer game is a multiplayer fare which is good enough for kicks and ultimately makes the main game all the more appealing. Multiplayer includes the scorebased "Fiesta, where up to four players are dumped into a level filled with...

15 expert reviews | 13 user reviews

#225
alaScore 84

Mega Man Maverick Hunter X- PSP

Remakes are a touchy subject, especially when the subject matter involves one of gaming's most beloved characters. So when I heard Capcom was releasing two new MegaMan titles, and both...

16 expert reviews | 4 user reviews

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