The 3rd birthday is the 3rd installment of the Parasite Eve series, however it falls a bit short for fans who enjoy the classics. Being a basic shooter type game, it has its fun moments but with a totally different feel for the series.
Patapon 3 continues the saga of the popular rhythm/strategy series. The third entry in the Patapon franchise features the same gameplay as its predecessors, a darker visual style, and a stronger emphasis on multiplayer.
The 3rd Birthday is an upcoming action RPG for the PSP that continues the story of Aya Brea. This spin-off to Square Enix’s Parasite Eve series will feature gunplay, special powers, and the ability to take control of other characters’ bodies.
Dead or Alive Paradise is the PSP spin-off of the Dead or Alive Xtreme series that has traditionally found a home on Microsoft’s Xbox consoles. It brings the same scantily-clad women, beach volleyball, and casino games the franchise is known for, but ultimately provides a shallow experience.
Half Minute Hero is a side-scrolling RPG adventure for the PSP with all the elements needed to entertain you and keep you coming back for more fun. This PSP game has a number of interesting and engrossing modes with quick and fun game play that increases in difficulty as you progress.
Patapon 2 is a sequel for the PSP that fans of the first version will really enjoy. While the game overall is pretty easy, here is a basic guide that will help you make it through the game quicker.
Looking for a serious time vacuum on your PSP? Look no further than Phantasy Star Portable, an RPG with some seriously addictive properties. Lock your doors and silence your cell phone because you’re going to be spending many an hour with your GUARDIAN brethren.
This PSP platformer is so difficult, you get 1000 lives to try and complete it. Are you up to the challenge? The heroes of the game summed it up nicely: “Give it your Prinny best, dood!”
Need help felling the Gourmet Ogre? Struggling with the battle against Kim and Che? This brief guide will offer strategies that should help you out in the early stages of this challenging platform game.
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