It's deftly avoided the pitfalls that await most platformers making the jump from 2D to 3D by creating an action-RPG instead.
SCEA is publishing its popular driving simulator for the Sony handheld system featuring over 800 vehicle models.
Capcom is porting this classic PlayStation RPG to the PSP.
PaRappa the Rapper is a rapping puppy whose rhymes you control in this rhythm game.
Dynasty Warriors lets you return to the battlefields of ancient China to fight an army of ruthless soldiers. As one of 42 playable characters, you'll have access to powerful weapons ...
It's a video game, it's a cartoon, it's a toy, it's a lunch box, and now it's a PC CD-ROM game.
The controversial bloody comedy-combat franchise Cannon Fodder is back, this time for the PSP.
Pinball Fantasies is the official port of the classic Amiga pinball simulator originally released in 1992.
Get ready for the next entry in the Ridge Racer series. Ridge Racers for the PSP maintains the series' trademark drift-based handling and introduces enhanced car design and 24 intense ...
Embark on an adventure through a mysterious island where clues abound and you must try to reverse a wrong that has gone unchecked for ages.
This classic arcade game gets the handheld treatment.
Somewhat different from its predecessors, Ikari III is considered more of a beat-'em-up than a scrolling shooter, despite the fact that on occasion you can use machine guns or grenades.
Prehistoric Isle is a pre-NeoGeo-era arcade classic that players can now play via the PlayStation Minis.
Gang Wars has you take on the role of Mike and fight through several parts of New York City against an evil gang known as The Jaguar.
The Amiga classic Pipe Mania is back, reborn for the 21st century, challenging you to place pipes quickly to keep the Flooze flowing.
Koei is working on a mahjong game for Sony's new portable system.
P.O.W. is a pre-NeoGeo-era arcade classic that players can now play via the PlayStation Minis.
Time Soldiers is a vertical-scrolling shooter that was released by SNK in 1989.
The Last Ninja makes his way onto current handhelds.
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