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  • 300 March to Glory (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    Based on the novel by Frank Miller and the 2007 film by Zack Snyder, 300: March to Glory invites game room gladiators to slice their way through the Persian army as the king Leonidas or as the leader of the phalanx unit in the Spartan army. Gamers must navigate their 300 men through several environments as they face and defeat the Persian soldiers who greatly outnumber them. Throughout the game, players will face end-of-level bosses and the occasional angry elephant. To complete each level, gamers will wield one of three types of weapons against the enemy in the hopes of coming out victorious. Players can take up a single sword, double blades, or a spear, and then take out their competitors to earn killing currency that can upgrade weapons and fighting combos. On the battlefield, each kill increases the rage meter. Gamers can spend their rage
  • Ace Combat X Skies of Deception (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    Namco's successful flight combat series takes flight on PSP with the release of Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception. While the handheld version retains the same look and core gameplay as its console predecessors, a number of new additions have been cleared for takeoff. Players will be able to choose from an assortment of licensed aircraft, including the F-14D and Tornado F3, before embarking on an all-new storyline and setting. A strategic AI system has been incorporated into the aerial action, which promises to alter mission objectives based on the player's decisions and targets during combat. The single-player campaign mode consists of a series of missions that range from escorts and surgical strikes to air support and reconnaissance. Ad-hoc wireless support is also included for up to four pilots in a choice of combat scenarios.
  • Daxter (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    The irascible Daxter's first foray on PSP finds the ottsel searching for pal Jak in a series of futuristic platform-style environments. In order to find clues to his friend's whereabouts, Daxter signs up for a job as Haven City's pest exterminator. The cantankerous critter must now battle hordes of metallic insects while exploring the city's different sectors and mastering a few tools of the trade. Available gadgets include a bug swatter and an upgradeable spray gun, but Daxter's agility is also an advantage: he can climb walls, sneak up on enemies, hop in vehicles, and scoot through tight spaces. Players looking for a little more hands-on action will be able to challenge up to three other friends in an assortment of combat arenas. The game also offers support for the PlayStation 2's Jak X: Combat Racing, where players
  • Dissidia Final Fantasy (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    Ten years after the original PlayStation's Final Fantasy VII debuted to critical acclaim, Sony's handheld receives an exclusive prequel entitled "Crisis Core." The storyline focuses on Zack Fair and his dealings with a young Cloud Strife, an opportunistic Shinra Company, and the troubled Sephiroth. The action is viewed from a third-person perspective as players guide Zack across an assortment of 3D environments while engaging in random battles against multiple enemy types. Combat involves initiating a choice of melee or magic-based attacks as a three-reel slot machine, referred to as a "Digital Mind Wave," spins in the top corner of the screen. Each reel displays a character or a number, with each spin resulting in a potential status upgrade depending on the combination. Players might automatically replenish health or magic, for example, or gain a more powerful attack during the encounter. Throughout Zack's journey, players will interact with
  • Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    Ten years after the original PlayStation's Final Fantasy VII debuted to critical acclaim, Sony's handheld receives an exclusive prequel entitled "Crisis Core." The storyline focuses on Zack Fair and his dealings with a young Cloud Strife, an opportunistic Shinra Company, and the troubled Sephiroth. The action is viewed from a third-person perspective as players guide Zack across an assortment of 3D environments while engaging in random battles against multiple enemy types. Combat involves initiating a choice of melee or magic-based attacks as a three-reel slot machine, referred to as a "Digital Mind Wave," spins in the top corner of the screen. Each reel displays a character or a number, with each spin resulting in a potential status upgrade depending on the combination. Players might automatically replenish health or magic, for example, or gain a more powerful attack during the encounter. Throughout Zack's journey, players will interact with
  • Gran Turismo (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    More than four years after it was originally announced, Sony's critically acclaimed racing series finally makes its handheld debut with more than 800 vehicles, over 70 track variations, and local multiplayer races in Gran Turismo. The series' dedication to realism continues, offering painstakingly re-created cars from dozens of real-world auto companies, including first-time entries from supercar manufacturers Bugatti and Lamborghini. There is no dedicated career mode, and unlike previous Gran Turismo games, cars cannot be upgraded with new parts and equipment. However, every vehicle is unlocked from the beginning of the game, and if players want to purchase the most exotic and powerful cars they must participate in a variety of races to earn the requisite credits. Gamers may purchase vehicles from four random manufacturers at any given time, with the stable of available companies, makes, and models changing every two days.
  • Hot Shots Golf Open Tee 2 (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    Sony's signature golf series makes its second trip to North American PSPs in Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2. Released just three months after the first Hot Shots title for PS3, developer Clap Hanz promises more of the series' trademark oddball characters and realistic golf physics in its second handheld outing. The number of characters and courses has been doubled, meaning gamers can use two-dozen golfers to duff around 12 highly detailed courses. Single-player modes include challenge, training, and stroke play, and golfers competing in tournaments can unlock more than 300 different accessories, including clubs, hairstyles, shoes, and clothing, all of which affect player attributes. Gamers can also compete in 16-player global tournaments online, or use the Ad-hoc mode to compete with up to eight players in match play or head-to-head shootouts.
  • Innocent Life A Futuristic Harvest Moon (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    The game takes place on the relic-filled Heartflame Island which can be explored by walking or riding on a buggy. Players have the ability to explore the island's ruins and even visit a volcano. All these areas have their own terrain and is said to resemble a tropical paradise but in order to explore all over the island the player must collect jewels and break the seal. Aside from growing plants and raising livestock, you also have weekly requests from Volcano Town for help with a job or two (upon going to your Sunday appointments). Usually you would get some items or new tools for thanks.
  • MediEvil Resurrection (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    Ten years after the original PlayStation's Final Fantasy VII debuted to critical acclaim, Sony's handheld receives an exclusive prequel entitled "Crisis Core." The storyline focuses on Zack Fair and his dealings with a young Cloud Strife, an opportunistic Shinra Company, and the troubled Sephiroth. The action is viewed from a third-person perspective as players guide Zack across an assortment of 3D environments while engaging in random battles against multiple enemy types. Combat involves initiating a choice of melee or magic-based attacks as a three-reel slot machine, referred to as a "Digital Mind Wave," spins in the top corner of the screen. Each reel displays a character or a number, with each spin resulting in a potential status upgrade depending on the combination. Players might automatically replenish health or magic, for example, or gain a more powerful attack during the encounter. Throughout Zack's journey, players will interact with
  • Need for Speed Shift (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    Need for Speed: Shift represents both a literal and figurative changing of gears for EA's popular acing series, as primary development duties have been transferred from EA Black Box to Slightly Mad Studios, and the gameplay moves from arcade-style action to physics-based simulation. Everything in Shift is designed to convey a sense of realism, from the cockpit view and disorienting effects of crashes, to the more than 70 licensed vehicles and 15 real-world courses. A 3D heads-up display mimics the movements of a driver's head, while depth-of-field effects blur the screen to simulate speed, inertia, and G-forces. The "Career" mode finds players participating in traditional circuits, sprints, time trials, drifting events, and model-specific races. Finishing on the podium or completing specific in-race tasks earns players stars that help unlock more events. Each event contributes information to a "Driver Profile" system that records the
  • Sid Meiers Pirates (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    In Sid Meier's Pirates! players take the role of a Pirate Captain in the 17th century Caribbean - amassing fortune and fame in an attempt to seize a rightful place as one of the most revered and feared pirates in history. You can get involved in trading, treasure hunting, ship fights, town assaults, duels and all manner of other activities. Once you've created a captain, you're given a ship and a few men and tasked with charting your own course through the waters of the Caribbean and the sometimes stormier sea of European politics. Based on Sid Meier's 1987 classic of the same name.Bringing the adventure for you to take on your adventures, features for this PlayStation Portable version include wireless Ad-Hoc multiplayer for up to four players, widescreen graphics, new treasure hunts and more.
  • Silent Hill Shattered Memories (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    Enter into a new adventurous world with the Silent Hill: Shattered Memories video game that is made for the PS portable system. This PlayStation Portable game is about Harry Mason and his daughter Cheryl who are going to a small midwestern resort town. After meeting with a serious accident, Harry notices that Cheryl is missing in the car. Now you have to help Harry in finding her daughter. This adventure video game works on your action, so plan your moves carefully. Your cell phone functions as the user interface and will guide you to play this PlayStation Portable game. Also, map, puzzle helper and camera will assist you in finding Harry's daughter by providing a proper flow in the gameplay. This adventure video game has new nightmare sequence that helps you get away without any confusion. The amazing Silent Hill: Shattered Memories has been given all-new
  • The Con (PlayStation Portable) PSP

    Set in a seedy world of illegal, underground fighting tournaments, The Con is one of the first 3D beat-'em-up adventures for PlayStation Portable. The long-term goal of the game is to increase the wealth and status of the player's character, an ex-con who is a regular participant in the criminal brawling circuit. The player's fighter can specialize in one of five traditional styles: boxing, wrestling, kickboxing, Tae Kwon Do, or Jeet Kune Do. Wagers are placed the matches, and the player's character can bet on himself to win. He can even throw a fake punch or take a dive from time to time, to influence the odds and increase his profits. Multiplayer fighting is supported over a local wireless connection, and two PSP players can compete in a demo version of the game using only one UMD copy.

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