Posts tagged PlayStation Portable
If you’re a fan of JRPGs, especially the Persona series, this is one worth your time.
Legend of Heroes Trails in the Sky is an RPG that PSP owners should be grateful for. An endearing, memorable adventure and great characters make it a solid purchase for any classic RPG fan.
One of the last PSP games to be released also happens to be an excellent strategy RPG. Sure the genre is niche, but that doesn't mean you should skip out on this fun and rewarding game from Sting.
Sure the PSP is pretty well dead in North America and Europe right now, but that doesn’t mean its software library is suddenly out of style. If you enjoy RPGs in particular, this is a platform you should have been playing for years now, but if not it’s not too late to get onboard right now. Below [...]
The Playstation Portable is on its last legs, but there are still some games worth checking out for the system. Corpse Party is one of them.
Moreso than many other RPGs this generation, the Persona series has remained a close favorite of mine. After playing both games on the PlayStation 2, I can say with complete certainty that Persona 5 is my most anticipated role-playing game for this generation. That’s right. Forget Mass Effect 3. Give me Persona 5.
One of the best Neo Geo shooters is now available for the masses to enjoy. It's the perfect showpiece for the Neo Geo Station, and the online co-op works well.
NIS' classic dungeon series is back for another round. More customization, classes, weapons, enemies, and dungeons! It's a quirky retro throwback, through and through. Is it for you?
It’s time to head to the PlayStation Store because Sony’s Welcome Back program is now up and running. Here’s everything you need to know. Q: What’s in the Welcome Back Program? A: To start, all PSN members who had signed up before the outage (April 20, 2011) will be able to select two games for [...]
Below you will find a collection of screenshots showcasing the recently announced Uncharted: Golden Abyss, WipEout 2048, Hustle Kings, Little Deviants, Reality Fighters, Sound Shapes and Super StarDust Delta. We’ll have more information once E3 officially kicks off next week. I should have a [...]
Updated May 31st, 2011: Sony strikes yet again. Another delay, another vague release date. The official date is now “next week”, which also happens to be the beginning of E3. Who is willing to bet that the PlayStation Store will pop back up during Sony’s own E3 press conference? Updated May 24th, [...]
Just like we reported through Twitter, Sony has confirmed the PlayStation Network breach has cost the company an estimated $170 million. That doesn’t include legal action being taken against the company. Needless to say, this is one powerful lesson Sony learned over the past few weeks. You can [...]
Kaz says it better than I could. I’m very pleased to hear online multiplayer has been restored. While it would have also been nice to see the PlayStation Store online, let’s just be grateful that the full service is slowly getting back online. This is great timing as I was just about to write a [...]
In what has to be the most annoying news you will read all day, the PlayStation Network is still out of action with no sign of when it will be back up and running. There have been reports from all over the Net that this was caused by an intruder, a hacker, piracy, and a million other reasons. The [...]
After all these years the PS3 has been on the market, the one thing that still annoys me is the removal of backwards compatibility with the PS2. It was without a doubt one of the very best consoles in history, and yet you can’t play your PS2 games on the PS3. That is, not unless you happen to own [...]