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well the only games i would like to play on psp aer racing games .and some other sport like PES .
i dont have one ima go to downtown today and buy one D:
Originally Posted by Peppers
well i dont like psp games but i cant wait for granturismo and nfs shift
PSP-2001>Limited Edition Red GOW
PS2 Slim>SCPH-75001>Planning to get MC boot
Just because im a hacker doesnt mean i don't have a life and scared to hide my face.I hack to make things better were companies have failed.
I enjoy most PSP games, but I can understand why some people wouldn't. I guess I'm just easier to please than most other gamers.
Anyway: As a fan of the Metal Gear series, I really liked Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops (and Portable Ops + for that matter). I feel like they adjusted game controls and mechanics very well for what they were coming from. Moving around in a 3D environment was a bit more comfortable than in most other PSP games. Resistance: Retribution didn't do too bad of a job with that either. R:R is also one of the best looking PSP games I've seen, I was quite surprised at how nice this game looks. Lego Star Wars II is almost as fun as it is on a console. I get a little lonely playing on the PSP cause I'm so used to playing with my bro or my nephew. Then again it keeps you from getting into arguments or "directional wars". But there is a strange motion blur that makes my head hurt after a while. I was surprised to find that I actually liked Secret Agent Clank (of the Ratchet & Clank series). Furthermore, I liked it better than Size Matters (which was made by the same developer). It's entertaining and fun, and a little difficult at times, but for High Impact's second game, it was very well done (well, they did used to work at Insomniac!) Finally (and I'm gonna go all fanboy here), there's MegaMan: Maverick Hunter X. This is just a remake of my favorite video game, MegaMan X, for the SNES. The graphics have been re-rendered in 3D, but the gameplay still remains the same. It may not be an appealing look for most current gen games, but for a nostalgia trip, it's pretty cool. Everything seems to be timed exactly the same as the original too; character/enemy movements, scrolling speed, weapons, bosses, music. -Ok, that's enough from the fanboy wagon. If you enjoyed the original, you'll probably like this.
Sheesh. Was that long enough?
But if you're into homebrew and that sort of thing, they have emulators that run everything on there and then some, but you should only play them if you own the originals.
Originally Posted by Peppers
i prefer games that don't require you to mash buttons like crazy. besides, i bought a second hand psp, so it was pretty worn down anyway.
my rule of thumb (based by my personal experience) is that rpg games have a pretty high rate of being good on psp. i also like them because they take a while to finish - a game that can be finished in one day just isn't worth buying, imho.
i can recommend jeanne darc, ff tactics, disgaea 1,2. i'm waiting for persona3 psp right now (with high expectations).
from action rpg - star ocean 1,2
racing - wipeout pulse (i'm a wipeout maniac, that was a must-have for me).
logical games - go sudoku, echochrome. first one is great. second is rather for hardcore thinkers ;-)
i'm more into homebrew actually. my psp spends 90% of the time in pspcomic, or serving as a tv remote (thanks to the wonders of irshell). and i quite often use rss feature to grab some podcasts.