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SRPG enthusiasts, get ready to “conquer the world of level grinding!” NIS America has announced yesterday at the NIS America event that Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days will be coming to the PSP this fall. The PSP version of the PlayStation 2 game Disgaea 2 will include a new side story starting Axel and battle features from Disgaea 3.

I love playing SRPGs on handhelds, so this is a must buy for me considering how awesome the original was. I wonder if Disgaea 3 will also come to the PSP like its predecessors. Hit the jump for the official English trailer and press release.



Recession left the ol’ wallet feeling somewhat barron? Fear not, for ‘tis time for another mosey down memory-loss lane and another peep at one of those lonely titles that time prematurely forgot.



Namco Bandai has released footage for their recently announced PSP exclusive Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny. The trailer, which won’t take up much of your time at all, displays some rather stunning visuals indeed.

Hit the jump to check it out.


psp1Perhaps Sony’s announcement of a new model, or new generation of PSP is coming a bit sooner than they anticipated. Although this is all set as a RUMOR for now, it looks like the PSP Go! may be the real deal.


soul_calibur_iv_roster_by_demons1With almost every feesible melee weapon known to man, the Soulcalibur franchise has been on every console from the days of the Dreamcast until now. For the first time, it will be available on a handheld: the Playstation Portable.


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Tekken 6 coming to PSP
By: | April 28th, 2009


Tekken 6 being announced for the Xbox 360 didn’t come off as a shocker, but this announcement certainly does. Namco Bandai has revealed the latest installment of their popular fighting series will be coming to the PlayStation Portable.



Persona, a PSP remake of the first, releases tomorrow in Japan and Atlus are celebrating by releasing the last batch of videos on the official Persona website. They show us more Snow Queen, dungeon crawling, the last character and a theater mode which is something I’ve always wanted.

Hit the jump to watch the latest Persona videos.



It’s difficult to think of a better way to utilise the capabilities of a handheld device such as the PSP than to bridge a storyline gap between two previously released home console titles. Those who have tackled and conquered previous iterations are given a reason to check out this missing link, while for others it merely acts as an entrance into an unknown universe with both a history and a future.

Like its predecessors, Resistance: Retribution throws the player into a raging war between the human race and the Chimera – the latter making giant leaps in its basic goal of taking over Planet Earth, the former struggling to stop it from happening. But, unlike the first-person experiences offered on the PlayStation 3′s Resistance: Fall Of Man and Resistance 2 – between which this European adventure lies – the PSP title is a third-person affair. What’s more, it introduces a new protagonist to the series in the shape of James Grayson, a tough talking Londoner with a grudge and more hair than Nathan Hale. But is it any good? Hit the jump to find out.



Atlus has been generous enough to allow us a few fresh peeks at their upcoming PSP RPG, Crimson Gem Saga. The title may lead you to believe that this yet is another RPG puzzle mash up, but don’t be deceived.  This is pure, unadulterated JRPG action.  Click continue to check out some sharp screen shots. Read more… »


It’s funny that so many things are forcibly explained.  Characters and places are constantly being given foundations that enhance, or detract, from their personalities.  The Joker was given a back story in Alan Moore’s The Killing Joke, and while he stayed true to the character’s nature, knowing that he wasn’t always crazy brought stability to his psychosis.  This creates a small glimmer of hope in the Joker’s character that he may be able to return to his former self.

In Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight he circumvented Joker’s backstory to create, what he called, an “absolute.”  Without a background he is an insatiable force that always was, and always will be crazy.  I wasn’t surprised to see (especially after the release of the movie) an origin story of one of my favorite places, Silent HillSilent Hill Origins isn’t the series first adventure on the handheld (Japan has seen a Game Boy Advance Text Adventure and a couple of mobile games), but it’s the series first, and hopefully last, origin story.



Electronic Arts have today revealed that Dante’s Inferno – their eagerly anticipated and already highly contraversial action adventure title - will be released for the PSP, along with the previously announced PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions.  



The opening cinematic for the Persona remake has been added in Atlus’ Persona PSP Japanese website. The art style and designs look incredible. You may recognize the vocalist, Yumi Kawamura, as she was also the vocalist for Persona 3.

Hit the jump the to watch the opening video.