We check out NIS' latest PSP title and find out why the system is still kicking. Our full review.
We review yet another PSP game from the masters at NIS America. See how it fares in our full review.
Drew gets creeped out by the latest Corpse Party game, for more than one reason. Our full review.
Nostalgia only goes so far. Find out how far in our full review of the latest SNK PSP mini.
The PSP may be a dying handheld, but that doesn't stop the great games from releasing on it. Our full review.
The PSP continues to pump out quality RPGs long after the system is irrelevant.
XSEED Games have announced that they will be bringing the dungeon crawling RPG, Unchained Blades, to the PSP on June 26th, with a 3DS version coming later in the year. Released in Japan as UnchainBlades ReXX and developed by FuRyu, Unchained Blades is a role-playing game that utilizes a first-person perspective and is set in a monster-filled world. The game was directed by Toshio Akashi of the Lun...[Read More]
Hold on to your butts as Drew reviews this massively addictive shooter for PSP Minis.
In an interesting approach, I am taking a step back and reviewing a game that was released nearly a year ago on the PSP. We never got a chance to review The 3rd Birthday on our site...
Prehistoric Isle, a new mini for the PS3 and PSP brought to us by the wonderful SNK, is actually not a bad little title to spend some time playing. You play as a fighter pilot in the 1930s tasked with traveling...
If you are an aged individual like me, you might remember a series of books called "Choose Your Own Adventure". These books featured branching paths that readers could follow...
Is there any platform the Metal Slug series is not on? I will be straightforward and tell you that I never played Metal Slug in an upright cabinet, but I did play it on the Playstation, Playstation 2, Nintendo...