I seriously did not anticipate the sheer number of games I'd be seeing for the PSP at last night's Sony Computer Entertainment event. Too bad there wasn't time to play them all.
Sometimes at a press event, it's a good idea to try the one game everybody doesn't want to play – because it's usually right next to the one everybody would kill to see.
How do you get a feel for a music game when there's no sound? Answer: Learn to visualize music.
It's hard to preview a game you've been playing most of your life – especially one that has no narrative, little in the way of visuals and long history of success in its simplicity.
Star Wars Battlefront's story never made it into the books, comics or cartoons that comprise most of the Expanded Universe – but Elite Squadron is completely canon as far as LucasArts is concerned.
Undead Knights had nobody representing it at Sony's PSP media frenzy, but the game pretty much speaks for itself. In the moaning screams of the undead, that is.
I've always scorned digital readers because no matter how nifty the controls are, they just don't have the tangible joy of real books.
Fat Princess may have disappointed a few fans with its single player mode, but Fist Full of Cake aims to get it right while still keeping the best bits of the PlayStation Network game.
There are plenty of platformers to pick from when it comes to the PSP, but only one of them has Sackboy.
I used to work as a QA tester at Sony Computer Entertainment and while there I met a a Lombax, man named Caley and developed a desperate need for a barrel roll.
I missed the first 39 days of whatever this game is talking about, but the 40th day is pretty exciting. Stuff explodes, people shoot at me and I have a dude to boss around.
Ubisoft listened carefully to criticisms of Assassin's Creed to craft an improved outing for the sequel – but some of that feedback also made its way into Bloodlines on the Playstation Portable.