The latest game in Idea Factory’s strategy series, Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection is a departure from its normal fare. They’ve teamed up with Sting, best known for their Dept. Heaven games, to breathe new life into the series. And with notches like Yggdra Union and Riviera: The Promised Land on their belt, it’s safe… Continue reading Review: Generation of Chaos: Pandora’s Reflection
Yesterday, Sony unveiled the successor to the PSP: the Next Generation Portable or NGP for short. And with the breakdowns of the yet to be officially announced Xperia Play available I thought I’d satisfy my nerdy need for charts and do a breakdown of the specs of the various devices for anyone else who is… Continue reading Handheld Round-up: Nerdy Specs and Comparison
UK Publisher Ghostlight have announced that they are publishing Persona 3 Portable in Europe. No specific release date has been confirmed but they have said it will be available at retail and on the PSN. The boxed version will contain some Collector’s Edition type stuff but no word on what it is yet. Source
To say that Monster Hunter is a big franchise in Japan would be putting it modestly. The 3rd in the PSP series launched on Tuesday. How did it go? Well, let’s just say that “monster” is a very suitable word.
Written By: Joseph Kee Think of your favorite strategy RPG. How does it differ from other strategy RPGs? Does it do anything different than the others? Does it reinvent the genre? What if you took gameplay elements from strategy RPGs such as Fire Emblem, Advance Wars, or the Disgaea series? Yggdra Union: We’ll Never Fight… Continue reading Guest Review: Yggdra Union
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker is probably the most hyped PSP game released in 2010. Helmed by Hideo Kojima, possibly for the last time in the main Metal Gear Solid timeline, the game is a sequel to both Snake Eater on the PS2, and Portable Ops, also released on PSP.
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable is the PSP port of the hit PS2 turn-based Japanese RPG, Persona 3. it follows the exploits of a group of teenagers as they explore the “Dark Hour” a hidden 25th hour of day, using their ability to summon the games namesake Personas. These Personas play a pivotal role… Continue reading Review: Persona 3 Portable
This week’s Famitsu magazine in Japan unveiled a flurry of new info regarding Capcom’s upcoming Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, the next iteration of their successful PSP franchise. We’ve got the info, as well as a link to the said scans, after the jump.
Prinny: Can I really be the Hero ? The first spin off of the hit Disgaea series is a game that I’ve always wanted to try but not been (until recently having just gotten a PSP) been able to dive into. Now that the PSP thing is no longer an issue I decided to dive… Continue reading Prinny: Can I reallly be the Hero ~ Impressions