Holiday 2010 Buyer's Guide: PSP - Part 1 Most PSP owners are big RPG buffs who enjoy leveling up, stat management, and creation tools. Here are some games that should make any PSP owner froth at the mouth this holiday season.
Review of the V-SCREEN For The PSP: Anyone Want 3D For Their PSP? 3D is all the rage in movie theaters, but the V-SCREEN brings it up close and personal. Forget about special games and special glasses too - all you need to do is place the PSP inside of the V-SCREEN's case and lower the patent-pending lens to start playing in 3D.
Check Out The PSP Go! Is It Worth Your Dough? Are you craving the PSP Go this year? Ready to check out if this little handheld console really lives up to it's hype? Let's take a look at the Sony PSP Go and see where it rates.
The Top 5 Worst Imported Video Games for the Sony PSP Those who think that any foreign PSP games must be better than its US counterpart need to take a second look before buying an import. Sure there's a lot of PSP games that never get converted into American versions, but sometimes the reason is because they're just not good enough.
PSPGo! Mini Downloads: Good or Bad? Inside, we offer in-depth analysis on whether or not the new PSPGo!'s portable download service for mini-games is the best idea in the world or the worst one ever conceived.
Unbound Saga Playstation Portable Review Unbound Saga for the PSP starts out as an entertaining, but violent, adventure with great artwork that grabs your eyes and doesn't let go for the first hour. Beyond this point the game play and combat become dull and boring and you start to notice how weak the sound effects and sound track
Coming Soon From Sony: The PSP Go! Should you really 'go' out and get this new handheld from Sony when it is released?
Unveiled at the E3 Expo, the PSP Go looks pretty cool, but it also seems awkwardly small for larger hands!