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Jeanne d’Arc
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

If you enjoy a good tactical RPG in the vein of Final Fantasy Tactics then Jeanne d’Arc shouldn’t be passed up. While the graphics and gameplay won’t win any awards, the way the story intertwines actual events with fantasy is something to be experienced. History doesn’t often play a part in video games. There are […]

God of War: Chains of Olympus
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

The PSP version of God of War (which you may remember from a certain Game Hunt earlier in November) is, without a doubt, a faithful rendition of the series. For those of you who played either of the original 2 games for PS2 (or the recent collection for PS3) and enjoyed it, picking this up […]

Burnout Legends
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

As I alluded to earlier, I’ll be giving some reviews of some PSP games I played over the summer that are all part of long running franchises, but nevertheless are pretty great games that can be found pretty cheaply. Today, it’s Burnout Legends. Burnout Legends is one of a long line of Burnout games, this […]

Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

As I alluded to earlier in the week, I’ll be giving some reviews of some PSP games I played over the summer that are all part of long running franchises, but nevertheless are pretty great games that can be found pretty cheaply. Today, it’s Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee. The Hot Shots Golf games have […]

Wipeout Pure
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

Over the course of the next week, I’ll be giving some reviews of some PSP games I played over the femaleviagra-cheaprxstore.com over the counter cialis order viagra generic cialis uk suppliers is the scientific name for viagra mycoxafloppin summer that are all part of long running franchises, but nevertheless are pretty great games that can […]

Gitaroo Man Lives!
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

To quell any confusion right off the bat: Gitaroo Man Lives! is a remake of the PS2 cult hit, Gitaroo Man. I was never sure if this was a sequel or what. And having not really known what the original was like, I found it for cheap and took a chance. At its core, Gitaroo […]

LocoRoco
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

LocoRoco is one of the types of games that every system needs, even if it seems like most of the mainstream audience takes it for granted. It’s a fun game with easy to learn, unique mechanics that anyone can pick up and play, its visuals are pretty, simple, and well defined, the music is catchy […]

Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

You know, Konami really spoiled the PSP with some nice games over the course of a relatively short amount of time. They produced a plethora of Metal Gear games, a new Silent Hill game, a packed Gradius collection, and the Ys series, among others. And then, of course, there’s Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles, both […]

Me & My Katamari
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

Me & My Katamari is the third game in the Katamari series, this time for PSP. I think I have been sitting on reviewing this game for about 2 months simply because it’s so incredibly similar to the first two games. This is in some ways a very good thing, but it also ends up […]

Crush
( Games ->PSP ->Reviews )

Crush is one of those PSP games that many people aren’t going to automatically associate with the portable, and that is a shame. Crush is the type of original game types that the PSP needs more of. It’s an interesting mix of 3D platforming mixed with puzzle solving in a 2-dimensional plane. To explain Crush […]

Burnout Legends
Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles
Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII
Crush
Gitaroo Man Lives!
God of War: Chains of Olympus
Harvey Birdman: Attorney At Law
Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee
Jeanne d’Arc
LocoRoco
Me & My Katamari
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops
The Silent Hill Experience
Wipeout Pure