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The PSP is the most powerful portable gaming device we have seen to date. It combines on the go gaming with impressive graphics and sound.

You will find all this and more in our Xbox PS3 coverage. Here, we list all the reviews and guides written by our various artists.

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite's limitless depth pairs it with extremists, gluttons for punishment and obsessive compulsives. Perfect for a teenage me, but I don't think another addictive collect em' up is what my life needs at the moment... read now

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Gods Eater Burst PSP is a simple game, in the same family as the Monster Hunter franchise and with a strong emphasis on repetition, familiarity and grinding. Its tedious tempo has become a metronome for my downtime. .. read now

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Metal Slug Anthology was better and harder than I remembered it. What started as a sentimental revisiting of my youth ended up complementing my efforts to find a more adult life... read now

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Metal Gear Solid was a breakthrough game on the PlayStation one, but without any significant updating it suffers badly on the PSP. It's still a great game, but one for those who remember playing it first time around on the original PlayStation hardware... read now

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Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess is an incredibly charming game with an equally charismatic lead protagonist, The Duke -- who is economically and effectively controlled with just the D-pad and X. .. read now

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Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep PSP is a colourful adventure, with elegant combat and a series of fairy tale worlds to investigate. The non-linear narrative hinted at a more complex story, which turned out to be a lot simpler than I had hoped. Still, it's an intriguing and polished roleplaying game and well worth experiencing... read now

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God of War: Ghost of Sparta matches the previous games for bravado and gore but after so many outings, starts to feel a little tired. Just when the story gets going, it is submerged under the usual array of brash combat and platforming... read now

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Valkyria Chronicles 3 offers larger battles, special powers and improved visuals. But it's still the unique mix of turn based and real time strategy that makes another game in the series an enticing proposition - providing they don't overdo the supernatural abilities... read now

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Prinny: Can I Really Be the Hero PSP is an old school platformer with some new ideas. 1000 lives and a difficulty that tries to steal them off you each and every level. It's a scary experience for those not used to losing lives every second of play... read now

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Echoshift PSP stylishly manipulates time, as it quietly and efficiently makes mincemeat of our linear thought. I think of it as being about the power of persistence, and that all our activities are built on previous experience... read now

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Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep is no distraction from the main series. It's a genuine step forward and impressive both in complexity of story and interplay with the Disney universe... read now

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The strategy in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Tag Force 4 is deep and interesting, but ultimately it was too much work to master. I'll happily leave this one to existing fans of the series... read now

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Manic Monkey Mayhem PSP sounds exciting frantic and fun, but isn't. It's rather shallow and lacking any real spark or vibrancy. Offering no storyline or variety in its game play, it wasn't long until it was cast aside in favour of more enjoyable pastimes. .. read now

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Cycling Pro Manager 2010 PSP throws strategy and biking knowledge into the pot. It did more than enough to tickle my bike gamer itch. But if running a real Tour de France team is anything like this, maybe I should rethink some of my ambitions... read now

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Persona 3, the shining light of role-play games, streamlines the experience on PSP. Its blend of social interactions and night-time dungeon crawling caught me up in the atmospheric world. The new female perspective adds a fresh social angle to the story and creates one of most involving and beautiful role play games on any system... read now

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Coconut Dodge PSP keeps things vibrantly simple and creates a compulsive diversion for you and the kids. Don't ask why a crab would be collecting gems, instead just enjoy beating your previous score... read now

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LocoRoco 2's perfectly flowery world is perfectly executed, but not for me. That, as I've come to realise is more interested in those games where I can dress-up, role-play and lose myself in another character's shoes... read now

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Patapon 3 sticks with the mind-stretching rhythm controlled battle strategy, but takes things online for their new global multiplayer... read now

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Metal Gear Peace Walker PSP takes the best aspects of the franchise, and not only provides satisfying stealth-action game play but also delivers a worthwhile story. Its understated approach made the narrative believable and grounded in some sense of realism, letting the emotional links to past Metal Gear games to provide the knockout blows... read now

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More posts:

Jun 2010

SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 3 PSP Review

Apr 2010

Lumines PSP Review

Mar 2010

Minis: Age of Zombies PSP Review
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories PSP Review
Valkyria Chronicles 2 PSP Review

Jan 2010

Minis: Echoes PSP Review
Minis: Blast Off PSP Review
Half-minute Hero PSP Review

Dec 2009

Narultimate Accel 3 PSP Buying Guide
Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines PSP Review
Tekken 6 PSP PSP Buying Guide
Formula 1 2009 PSP Buying Guide
Star Wars Battlefront Elite Squadron PSP Buying Guide
Invizimals PSP Review

Nov 2009

Mosnter Hunter Freedom Unite PSP Review
Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier PSP Buying Guide
LittleBigPlanet PSP PSP Buying Guide
Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines PSP Buying Guide
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 PSP Buying Guide
Football Manager 2010 PSP Buying Guide
Tiger Woods 10 PSP Review

Oct 2009

Loco Roco 2 PSP Review
Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars PSP Buying Guide
PSP Go PSP Buying Guide
Gran Turismo PSP Buying Guide

Sep 2009

Motor Storm: Arctic Edge PSP Buying Guide
Silent Hill: Origins PSP Review
Football Manager 2009 PSP Review

Aug 2009

Zen Pinball PSP Review

Jul 2009

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite PSP Review

May 2009

LocoRoco 2 PSP Review

Mar 2009

Locoroco 2 PSP Review
Locoroco 2 PSP Review

Oct 2008

R-Type Tactics PSP Rough Guide

Sep 2008

Wipeout: Pure PSP Rough Guide

Aug 2008

Loco Roco PSP Rough Guide

Sep 2007

Burnout Dominator PSP Review

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