Square Enix’ classic survival horror series returns on the PSP. Aside from her guns, Parasite Eve hero Aya Brea also has a new weapon – the ability to take over the bodies of other people.
YouTuber xxmajstor was able to spend some time with the upcoming Sony Ericsson PlayStation Phone. The Android phone looks exactly like the pictures we saw earlier. Another video here.
Details of the next PlayStation Portable have been leaked. The gaming device/touchscreen phone has a 1GHz CPU, 512MB RAM, 1GB ROM, MicroSD card support, and a touchpad instead of an analog nub.
All the gold in the world can’t save King Midas from Kratos’ beat down, in this gameplay video for the upcoming PSP game God of War: Ghost of Sparta. The game comes out 11/9/2010.
Video for Mediatonic’s first PSP minis game, Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess, a humorous upwards scrolling platformer, featuring 24 levels of “monster pounding justice” and 6 unique worlds.
Check out the Desktop Wallpaper Project at art and design blog Kitsune Noir for some of the best wallpapers you’ll ever see, pre-formatted for PCs, the iPhone, PSP and even the iPad.
Konami takes Silent Hill back to its roots with Shattered Memories, due out on the PS2, PSP, and Wii 12/8/09; this Memories Montage trailer is a music video with monstrous overtones.
Available on 10/29/09 on PSN: Zombie Tycoon is an undead remix of Rollercoaster Tycoon for the PSP where you’ll control three zombie squads as you terrorize 10 puzzle-filled cities.
Dust off that PS2: Jax and Daxter: The Lost Frontier (also available for PSP) hits store shelves 11/3; this Brink trailer has all the makings of a rip-roaring adventure movie a-la PotC.
It’s old hat for iPhone and iPod users, but PSP owners can get a crack at Fieldrunners today in the new Minis section of the Playstation Store; it’ll include new maps, towers and runners.
Leaked ahead of E3, the Sony PSP Go is a UMD-less slider with 16GB of memory, Bluetooth and memory slot; it won’t replace the PSP 3000 but will sell side-by-side with it this Fall.
It’s official: Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron is coming to the DS and PSP this all; you’ll get to play Luke, Vader and more with 16 players on the PSP and 4 players on the DS.
North American fans will finally get Patapon 2 May 5th; this Weapons & Warriors Trailer shows off the ability of units to evolve as well as the new Toripon, Robopon and Mahopon.
We frankly want these PSP Sours simply for the PSP-shaped cool metal tin; they’ll come in blue screen (raspberry) or red screen (cherry) and can be preordered by the dozen for $32.
They’re just concepts, but we love these PSP billboards painted to look transparent; Spidey and the errant TIE fighter look great, but there’s no topping that rooftop sniper.
Tom Clancy’s EndWar is available for nearly every platform under the sun, but we actually like the simplified DS and PSP versions most; they’re turn-based with 20 units per faction.
The paint on the PSP-3000 isn’t even dry but Tai Chiem has offered this compelling concept for the PSP2: it’s got a flexible OLED screen, two joysticks and stereo speakers on the ends.
There’s something about this Patapon 2 trailer that gets us giddy in a let’s go crazy and demolish everything way. It’s coming to the PSP in Japan in November; no word on a US release.
Sony has officially announced the PSP-3000, to be released on October 14th. Improvements include a glare reducing transflective screen, built-in mic and new PS button.
The PSP remake of the highly addictive Yggdra Union is getting a pretty sweet preorder bonus: GameStop is throwing in a a hefty 56-track CD with music from the game.
Robotech fans have been aching for a video game deserving of the Macross mantle; this trailer of Macross: Ace Frontier (PSP) has us drooling like an Invid on protoculture.
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