Total of 28 user reviews spread across 28 releases
Knights in the Nightmare
Knights in the Nightmare is a unique strategy RPG that offers a steep learning curve, yet rewarding gameplay experience.
Knights in the Nightmare (PSP) is a enhanced port of the same DS game released just a year before it. Developed by Sting, Knights in the Nightmare is a rather unique tactical strategy game. It's best ...
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift
Continuum Shift is sequel to one of the best fighters offered today.
Blazblue: Continuum Shift is the sequel to 2009 fighter Blazblue: Calamity Trigger. In general, Continuum Shift is more of an expansion than a true sequel, similar to that of the Super or Turbo versio...
Persona 3 Portable
Persona 3 Portable is quite possibly the best version, and best of all, you can take it wherever you go.
Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable is the PSP version of the renowned JRPG known as Persona 3 on the PS2. It stars a silent protagonist that discovers the ability of summoning persona (a manifesta...
Sigma Harmonics is one of those games that meets it's unfortunate end of possibly never seeing a localization.
Sigma Harmonics is a DS game released in 2008 only in Japan. It follows the story of Sigma Kurogami, an ordinary high school student whose family guards a huge clock which seals the demon Ouma. Unfort...
Ys: The Oath in Felghana
A beautiful Action RPG that many really need to play.
I was recommended to play this by a fellow GS user, now that he's gone, I felt that it was appropriate to at least play it in his honor or memory or whatever. Sappy? Yea probably, but I can see why he...
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger
The fighter you've always been waiting for.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger is a fighter by the makers of Guilty Gear. A fighting series known for it's fast paced action and strange pack of characters to use. BlazBlue is no different, however the ga...
Everything great about Persona 3 is back and even better in Persona 4.
Back in 2007, Persona 3: FES was released, it can be considered by many as one of the greatest JRPGs to ever grace the dying PS2 console. While it uses the old turn based system, it did it well, with ...
Final Fantasy VIII (Platinum)
Final Fantasy 8 does just as well as it's predecessor.
Final Fantasy 8 really feels like a love or hate thing. You either loved it, or you just really hated it. When I first played it, I absolutely despised it. The draw system is a TERRIBLE idea (still is...
Final Fantasy VII
Join Cloud on his mission to save the planet and face the ghost of his past.
"8.0 IS HE MAD?!" is what you must be thinking. But that's right, this game is simply an 8.0 to me. Why? Because simply put Final Fantasy 7 is a great game, no doubt, but it obviously is not in the be...
Final Fantasy VI Advance
Simply put; play Final Fantasy 6 if you haven't already!
I've always been hearing good things about FF6. Course never owning it on the SNES, I missed out. Finally getting the chance on the GBA with this port, I must say, it's well worth it. Simply put, FF6 ...
Final Fantasy IV Advance
The first portable version of Final Fantasy 4 is certainly quite decent.
Now if you're wondering why I'm reviewing the GBA version instead of the DS version is simply because I prefer old school graphics over the 3D remake. I can't stand playing it because of the changes t...
Final Fantasy Origins
This release gives many a chance to revisit some classic RPG, FF style.
Final Fantasy 1 To be honest, I never expected to like Final Fantasy 1 and 2. Why? Because I started on 9 (Which back then, I didn't even realize it was a homage on classic FF games such as 1 and 2) ...
Big Bang Mini
It's simple, it's big, it's mini. It's quite a bang.
There isn't much to say about Big Bang Mini but besides the fact that it's very addictive and fun for what it offers. It has a very appealing charm to it, being very simple in terms of presentation. I...
Phantasy Star Portable
Phantasy Star Portable is what I wished Monster Hunter was.
Phantasy Star makes it's debut on the PSP with a great customizable RPG. Ever play Monster Hunter? It plays similarly to that, but on a much better scale. Some fans say Monster Hunter is better becaus...
DJ Max Portable: Clazziquai Edition
Playing along to this music rhythm game is just a sensation not worth missing.
I've played through DJ Max Portable 1 and 2 and I love them both. But something about the two got me bored after awhile, it was probably because something past 5B was too hard and the idea of 8B blew ...
Midnight Club: LA Remix
LA Remix is the definition of superb racing on the PSP.
Now I loved MC3, I thought it was fantastic. Played it on both PS2 and PSP just to see the differences and despite them, I still loved it. Now Rockstar has released LA Remix, a smaller more portabl...
Star Ocean: First Departure
Get ready to depart into space in this amazing remake of Star Ocean!
I first discovered the Star Ocean series with Till The End of Time, since then I've been a fan. When I heard the first one was being ported to the PSP, I could hardly wait with anticipation. Now th...
Rocking with this game is harder to revolutionize than Konami hoped.
I was hoping that Konami would turn the facepalmed folks here on GS when they heard this game. Unfortunately, it's as bad as people think it is, even worse. To start off, on the DS there are a lack...
Another soul worth devouring? Yes.
To be honest, I never thought I'd be playing this game. After SC3 (Which I hated completely) I decided to never play another SC game. However one day my friend brought it over, and we sat down and cla...
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2: The Phantom Fortress
Slow and very boring. Sadly while hoping to be an improvement from the last Naruto PSP game, it wasn't.
After playing massive amounts of Naruto: Shippuden Accel for the PS2. I was hoping to get an action packed and very good Naruto fighting game for the PSP. However, Naruto Ultimate Ninja 2 failed in ev...
Persona 3: Fes
Take a dive into the world of Persona 3 FES. It's worth every minute of it.
RPG's nowadays that truly pull you in to this addictive craze is hard to find, but not here in Persona 3 FES. Set in modern Japan, you, the main character is soon emersed into the mysterious world kno...
Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction
Addictive and surprising, a must get for the PS3 or any R&C fan.
When I first played Ratchet and Clank on the PS2, I thought it was amazing, the simple platformer combined with creative and ingenious weapons as well with humorous story is what drove me from start t...
Space Invaders Extreme
Space Invaders REVAMPED!
Ever play the original Space Invaders when you were young? I did, and I remember how incredibly difficult it was and vowed to never play it again. Years later I did and found the retro version to b...
Geometry Wars: Galaxies
This is something you can't do without, Wii or DS version.
Geometry Wars: Galaxies is a top-down shooter with a little twist involving geometrical shapes. You are a small geometrical shape ship like thing yourself, you battle against hordes of other shapes in...
Mario Kart Wii
Mario Kart Wii just doesn't cut it compared to it's old counterpart Double Dash.
Mario Kart Wii is the latest installment in the Mario Kart series. Though dating since the SNES, Mario Kart has proven itself again and again it can provide the simplest and most amusing kart racing g...
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Another great entry for the SSB series.
Alas, the wait is over, and though I am slow in reviewing this game, I'm sure people are expecting it to be no less than any other review that gave the game perfect, wrong, I am here to explain its gr...
One brilliant commander. A whole armada at your command.
R-Type Command isn't your usual R-Type shooter game. It consists of the basic ideas of R-Type, but with a twist, an RPG twist. R-Type Command is a tactical RPG combined with elements and things ta...