Archive for Category: "PSP / Vita"

Silent Hill: Book of Memories Demo

Silent Hill: Book of Memories Demo

The Latest in the Famed Survival Horror Franchise, Exclusive to PS Vita, Launches Game Demo for Fans to Have a Sneak Peek at New Frights

Playstation Vita Trigger Grip Review

Playstation Vita Trigger Grip Review

Using the grip does make the Vita more enjoyable overall. The Vita is already bulky, and is barely portable as it is, and this grip makes it even larger so it’s even less pocket friendly.

How to Refurbish a PSP

How to Refurbish a PSP

People spend hours refurbishing Atari consoles, original Xbox consoles… you name it. So why not your old PSP?

Playstation Vita Review

Playstation Vita Review

The Sony Playstation Vita is a new handheld console that blends the classic gameplay of traditional consoles with new technologies offered by tablets and mobile phones and has more features than any single console today.

Carnivores: Ice Age (PSP, PS3)

Carnivores: Ice Age (PSP, PS3)

Long-waited hunting simulation sequel coming to PlayStation®Stores in August 2011. Beatshapers and Tatem Games united their forces again to bring the Carnivores: Ice Age, a sequel to popular Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter to PSP and PS3 platforms. It brings 5 huge explorable 3D maps, a variety of pre-historic ice age animals to hunt and huge weapon […]

PSP Title: Revolution Youth Soundtrack

PSP Title: Revolution Youth Soundtrack

The Soundtrack Will Feature Avant-Garde Chiptune Music From Such Synthesized Music Icons As Sabrepulse, George And Jonathan And 8bitlegend Limerick, Ireland – (July 15, 2011) – Video Game Developer Open Emotion Studios today revealed the details behind the cutting edge soundtrack for its upcoming puzzle platformer PSP Mini, Revoltin’ Youth. Popular chiptune composers, such as […]

OPEN EMOTION STUDIOS REVEALS THE DETAILS BEHIND THE COMBAT OF NINJAMURAI FOR PSP

OPEN EMOTION STUDIOS REVEALS THE DETAILS BEHIND THE COMBAT OF NINJAMURAI FOR PSP

Limerick, Ireland – (June 30, 2011) – Video Game Developer Open Emotion Studios (http://www.openemotionstudios.com/), today released new details on the multi-faceted combat system for its upcoming PSP Mini title, Ninjamurai.  The title is set to launch next week on Tuesday, July 5th. The upcoming PSP Mini title puts players in control of a young ninja-samurai […]

God of War – Ghost of Sparta (PSP)

God of War – Ghost of Sparta (PSP)

One of the things that make a good movie are the same things that make a great video game; namely good characters.  We as players get sucked into the storyline and feel compelled to guide our favorite hero through his trials.  One of the great video game characters is Kratos from the God of War franchise, […]

How to Fix PSP 6.20 Games on Custom Firmware

How to Fix PSP 6.20 Games on Custom Firmware

There was a time when a cracked PSP was an open portal.  The warez scene seemed to be one step ahead of Sony, who are extremely zealous about copyright protection, and you could play just about any backup without any hassle.  Required firmware updates have trickled down from Sony, each one required to play the latest […]

Obscure: The Aftermath (PSP) Review

Obscure: The Aftermath (PSP) Review

I don’t believe there are enough survival horror games.  Resident Evil rocked for a while, then they decided to focus on insane hillbillies instead of what they were good at… zombies.  The original Xbox hailed tons of awesome horror games, which made it my favorite console to play when it was popular.  Cold Fear, Doom […]

Need for Speed: Shift (PSP) Review

Need for Speed: Shift (PSP) Review

There are hundreds of racing games out there now.  It seems to be what everyone wanted out of every portable gaming system and stationary console.  I remember my first computer, a Tandy, and the only giant floppy disc it came with was a simple racing game that was unbelievably boring and easy.  That was my […]

Dante’s Inferno Hands On

Dante’s Inferno Hands On

Play God of War? Then you have a good idea of what we saw when we played Dante’s Inferno for the Playstation 3. The games are virtually identical in gameplay and control structure. If you’ve read “The Divine Comedy” then you know what to expect here. The game follows Dante as he heads through hell […]

Thoughts on New Sony Products…

I love Sony. I have always loved Sony. I’m not saying that they do everything right, nor am I saying that Sony is a superior company to Microsoft or Nintendo. In fact, over the past few years you wouldn’t have been able to pay me to play a PSP. Yuck. The new PS3 and PSP […]

New PSP Game Packs and Colors

New PSP Game Packs and Colors

Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) today announced two new colours for the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) handheld entertainment system for Europe and the PAL territories. This November, Turquoise Green and Blossom Pink will be joining the ever-growing line-up of coloured PSP-3000 models on offer, providing a lighter touch of colour for PSP owners to express their own […]

Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings Review (PSP)

Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings Review (PSP)

Since we have already published an official review of IJatSoK for the Wii (read it here), I decided to publish my thoughts on the PSP version of the game. I’m glad to see a lot more Indiana Jones around, because there was such a drought of content between the third and fourth movies. I’ll just […]

Rock Band Unplugged Review

Rock Band Unplugged Review

All I can say, is: it’s about time.  Why did it take so long to get Rock Band on PSP?  Nintendo DS has had Guitar Hero On Tour for a couple of years now, and while everyone else was playing FPS and old rips of Playstation One games, we got the pleasure of watching other […]

X-Men Origins: Wolverine PSP Review

X-Men Origins: Wolverine PSP Review

It’s official.  This comic-turned-movie thing isn’t going to end.  Neither is the comic-turned-movie-turned-game fad either.  At least we’ve moved beyond the horrific gameplay of the old NES version of the X-Men games.  Remember Cyclops’ retarded laser blast?  It damaged none of the blocky surroundings.  Only the baddies got the full punch.  That’s what happens when […]

Rock Band Unplugged for the PSP!

Rock Band Unplugged for the PSP!

It seems like after several long years, the PSP is finally coming of age.  Last month, Sony released Resistance: Retribution for the PSP (read our review here).  This is one of the first games on the PSP to make extensive use of the internet, and Sony’s Playstation Network.  Sony is finally starting to flex its […]

How to repair your PSP’s LCD Screen

How to repair your PSP’s LCD Screen

Recently, I finally ponied up the funds to get myself a new PSP. To be specific, I bought this thing for the ability to customize it with firmware and all the cool little addons that are coming out every day. If you know where to look for them, you can score video camera attachments, gps […]

Resistance: Retribution Review

Resistance: Retribution Review

Title Resistance: Retribution Rating M Mature Publisher Sony Corporation Release Date March 17, 2009 Composer Garry Schyman Platform Playstation Portable (PSP) Modes Single player, Multiplayer (8 players max) Developer Sony Bend This volume of the Resistance story takes place in the weeks after the fall of the Chimeran toiwer at the end of Resistance: Fall […]