Playstation Portable (PSP)

Super Monkey Ball Banana Splitz

Putting a monkey in a ball and rolling it across narrow, precarious platforms is a pretty cruel idea for a game, but gamers have struggled to resist Super Monk... Read more
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Sound Shapes

Initially, I was scared of Sound Shapes, of what I might think of the simplistic looking 2-dimensional side-scrolling platformer with not a single character, story, or line of dialogue.... Read more
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Tomba!

When deciding which adventure platformer starring a pink-haired caveman to play, only one series comes to mind: Tomba. And while PSone Classics can rarely hold a candle to games released this generation, there aren’t many that are cut from the same cloth. ... Read more
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Stardrone Extreme

Chances are you missed StarDrone when it slipped quietly on to the P... Read more
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Velocity

Well, isn’t this a neat mini surprise? As is often the case with the Minis, I was content to let Velocity slip through my net.... Read more
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Tron: Evolution

If history has taught us anything, it’s that video games based on movies belong in the bargain bin at the local Blockbuster.... Read more
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Who's That Flying?!

Earth has been invaded by a horde of doom beasts, and its guardian, the Guardian of Earth, has been summoned by the Intergalactic Council to explain how this could have happened on his watch.... Read more
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Cladun: This is an RPG!

In case you couldn't tell from the title, Cladun is an RPG from NIS America, the same developers who have brought us great series such as Disgaea and Phantom Brave.... Read more
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Obscure: The Aftermath

Obscure: The Aftermath takes place two years after the events of the first game. Shannon and Kenny have moved on to their local university while Stan delivers pizzas. On campus, this new trippy drug created from a strange flower is all the rage.... Read more
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Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

The first Transformers game played out as if it were a game made by Hasbro for their toys.  That's a good thing, really, as most movie to video game adaptations are less than acceptable.  The first game had a decent plot, easy to use controls and the free roam ability to just mess around between ... Read more
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