SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 3
The third installment in the SOCOM series on PSP, Fireteam Bravo 3 continues to do what Fireteams do best - minus providing a trade-in value.
NBA 10: The Inside
NBA 10: The Inside on the PlayStation Portable is both a fast 'n' loose basketball game and a mini game bevy, the latter of which is its foremost strength.
Originally slated as a PSP launch title in 2004, Polyphony Digital's iconic Gran Turismo racing simulator has become something of a myth in gaming circles - its very own Bigfoot. Now, at last, it's here.
MLB 09: The Show
MLB 09: The Show for PlayStation Portable (PSP) features a few minor tweaks to last year's iteration and, perhaps surprisingly, only has a few minor differences from this year's PlayStation3 version of the same name.
SCEA's pet brand of almost terminally-groovy antigravity racing is back, following in the neon tracers of its predecessor, Wipeout Pure. Pulse sweetens the deal for PSP owners with an expanded career mode, online multi-player, custom audio tracks, with at least one caveat: It's brutally-demanding in terms of reflexes and precision on the part of the player.
God of War: Chains of Olympus
An excellent reason to own a PlayStation Portable, God of War: Chains of Olympus is an almost-perfectly excellent game to go in it, or a mostly-perfectly excellent game, depending on your half-full interpretation of half-empty glasses. Or mostly-full... Nevermind.
Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice
Extreme Justice plays like an action movie with super hero cops spouting really lame dialog all the way through a truly pathetic story arc which nonetheless doesn't quite totally detract from the fact that the action is truly a lot of fun.
Castlevania: Dracula X Chronicles
Castlevania: Dracula X offers plenty of whip-cracking action to Castlevania fans and leather enthusiast alike. It's a difficult game, but it's hard not to recommend it based on the extra, fan-sating content alone.