The PlayStation Portable (PSP) is a handheld game console developed by Sony. Development of the handheld was announced during E3 2003, and it was unveiled on May 11, 2004, at a Sony press conference before E3 2004. The system was released in Japan on...
Sony PSP - ROM Hack - 2016
We all know Super Mario Bros. right? The colorful world of Mario and co. as they venture off to engage in light-hearted and wacky shenangans with friends and foes alike? Of course you do. You'd have to have lived under a rock (or be really old) to have never heard of Mario at all. ...This game, however, is none of those things mentioned above. This game is what happens when you take Mario out of the happy-go-lucky Mario Universe and throw him into a game the likes of Corpse Party, The Crooked Man, Mad Father, Misao, and The Witch's House. This is the game called... (Mario) The Music...
Sony PSP - Released - March 4, 2010
The first game in the .hack series for PSP (and the planned final game for the franchise), .hack//LINK logs player into a new version of its virtual landscape called The World R:X (the "R" stands for "Revision"). Set 10 years after the last .Hack, players take control of Tokio Kuryu, a second year junior-high student. Presented through manga-style visuals, the game's story promises to clear up the mysteries from past entries. Over 100 characters from past .hack games, anime, manga, and books will make an appearance. Gameplay promises to retain the basics of past titles, with players facing...
Sony PSP - Released - April 3, 2006
James Bond 007 : From Russia With Love will be the first game to put players in the universe of the classic James Bond films. Set in the original 60's Bond era, the game features movie-based missions as well as original, action-intensive sequences, a broad and deep variety of gameplay, fully-integrated vehicles, social multiplayer experiences, gorgeous women, and classic, upgradeable weapons and gadgetry with modern mechanics.
Sony PSP - Released - May 23, 2013
Elise is the daughter of a low class noble. With her mother's remarriage, they changed from living as impoverished aristocrats downtown to a luxurious lifestyle, or so she thought. Soon after her step father dies in an accident. What he left was a large amount of debt. With a new disowned little sister not related by blood, she went back to her old life before the remarriage. She could rely on the man with whom there's vague talk about becoming her fiancé, to get support. From the alternatives, her family decides to give priority to living all together. And so it begins, their life at...
Sony PSP - Released - July 18, 2013
During the summer vacation, Kaname was asked to help out at his family's inn in Tohoku. He had expected it to be a refreshing change from the sweltering heat in Tokyo, but when he arrived at the train station with his younger sister Kazuha, he was surprised to find that the town he once lived in, now have a huge school built in it. Boarding a crowded bus and traveling out of the city to Kusanagi Inn, he was relieved to see the familiar country scenery once again. But why are there schoolgirls in the inn? The owner told him that they were students from Jinza Gakuen in the city, but due to an...
Sony PSP - Released - September 21, 2010
101-in-1 Megamix is a collection of 101 games offering a healthy serving of adventure, action and puzzle gameplay galore that is fun for all family. Featuring 101 games that take you from the depth of the ocean to the Wild West... From the Stone Age to space racing... 101-in-1 Megamix boasts a unique visual style, a wide variety of unlockable games and prizes, and superb multiplayer action. Come channel surfin’ through 8 different TV stations and play through a series of zany TV shows tailored to all sorts of themes, each packed to the brim with insane adventures and delightful...
Sony PSP - Released - January 28, 2010
Kakeru lost his older sister five years ago. He tries to get back to normal life, but he still lives a vacant life. He has a childhood friend, Yuka, who goes to the same high school. She always tries to cheer him up and he gradually gets better. One day all of a sudden, the sky turns red and the moon becomes black. Everyone besides Kakeru and Yuka disappears and monsters start roaming the streets. All they can do is just to run away and hide. A while later, it all gets back to normal. But when they start to think it's all passed, the Red Night happens again. They find out that there are...
Sony PSP - Released - February 23, 2012
Odette is the sole daughter born to the influential Scarlet House. Together with her father, step-mother, and two step-sisters, she has lived a life without any discomforts. But, that life is broken when a shocking notice about a huge debt that her father left after his death comes. Driven out of their estate, Odette and her family take up residency in the lower parts of the city and now work tirelessly in order to revive the Scarlet Household.
Sony PSP - Released - April 16, 2009
The story of 12Riven takes place on May 20, 2012 with Renmaru Miyabidō biking his way speedily towards the abandoned Integral (インテグラル Integuraru) building after receiving a message on his cellphone that Myū, an old friend of his, would die at the building's top level today at noon. When he gets there, he checks his wristwatch and sees that it is 11:24 AM. Elsewhere, Narumi Mishima is on her motorcycle heading towards the same location. She has received a request from a friend and coworker asking her to help save a girl named "Myū" at Integral. Narumi must save Myū to prevent the execution...
Sony PSP - Released - November 5, 2010
A compilation of two puzzle games in which players tilt a substance known as Mercury around, guiding it to one or more finish posts in the level.
Sony PSP - Released - April 27, 2010
EA SPORTS 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa will feature all the emotion and passion of the fiercest national rivalries battling on the world's biggest stage, with all 199 national teams that took part in qualification, all 10 official licensed stadiums to be used in South Africa and stadiums from each qualifying region. Gamers will be able to play as their home nation from qualification right through to a virtual reproduction of the FIFA World Cup Final and feel what it is like to score the goal that lifts a nation. Everything fans love about the World Cup will come to life in spectacular...
Sony PSP - Released - September 20, 2012
12 Ji no Cinderella's sister game, featuring Rosalia, Odette's warm and impulsive stepsister. When her stepfather dies in a carriage accident, it’s discovered that he had lots of debts, and the four women have to sell the house and move to a creaky apartment downtown, working to live. Rosalia finds some strange papers one day, one with the emblem of the royal family, and the other the emblem of the Scarlet family. The game is partly trying to find out the meaning behind this.
Sony PSP - Released - February 27, 2007
The game begins shortly before the Battle of Thermopylae where the player takes on the role as King Leonidas, fighting through scenes from both movie and book. Armour can be upgraded, as can weapons and stats. The player battles through hordes of Persian warriors including slaves, spearmen, archers, Immortals, Persian champions, two Persian generals, Mardonius and Hydarnes. The action is furthered when the Spartan army forms a phalanx formation. This is used to fight not only even more Persians, but giant beasts such as elephants as well. As the game keeps progressing, Leonidas is able to...
Sony PSP - Released - March 29, 2011
The 3rd Birthday is a third-person role-playing shooter co-developed by Square Enix's "1st Production Department" and HexaDrive, and published by Square Enix for the PlayStation Portable. It was released in Japan in 2010 and in North America and Europe in 2011. The game is both the third entry in the Parasite Eve video game series, based on the titular Japanese novel, and a spin-off, having only a loose connection to events from past games. The game features a third-person shooter-based combat system with role-playing mechanics. A key mechanic is the Overdive ability, which allows the player...
Sony PSP - Released - September 17, 2009
428: Fūsa Sareta Shibuya de (Japanese: 428 〜封鎖された渋谷で〜?, literally "428: In a Blockaded Shibuya") is a visual novel and adventure video game created by Kōichi Nakamura and Jiro Ishii. 428: Fūsa Sareta Shibuya de is a visual novel set in the Shibuya ward of Tokyo where the narrative is presented using a combination of scrolling text, live action stills and video sequences. The game shares many story and gameplay elements with Chunsoft's 1998 sound novel game Machi, the most prominent being the locale, Shibuya. Although Chunsoft does not openly state 428 is a sequel, the game contains numerous...
Sony PSP - Released - August 29, 2006
After getting shot nine times and left for dead, 50 takes revenge on his enemies. Working with his G-Unit soldiers – Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck – 50 takes on the most powerful gangs and crime syndicates in the city, uncovering a criminal conspiracy with international implications.
Sony PSP - Released - April 2, 2009
Players take the task of reconstructing the 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. In each wonder, there are 5 to 7 sub-levels of runes that players switch to form a row of 3 or more runes. There are two modes of play: Free Play and Quest Modes. In Free Play, players can choose to play any level they have completed in Quest Mode.
Sony PSP - Released - December 22, 2010
There is a world where magic is widely spread. The story takes place at Tenryou International School, which is famous for an elite training school. The students are divided into three groups: Intelligence, Power and Fate. A school festival is held once a year. The main event is a battle in which a girl and two supporters are chosen from each group and they fight for a selected man, who has a special ring. Yes, the main character is the one who accidentally gets the ring.... While he is persistently chased by heroines, a mystery of their school gradually comes out...
Sony PSP - Released - November 23, 2011
In the year 2020, dragon invaders from space came to destroy the planet Earth and make it uninhabitable by spreading a harmful exterrestial plant species called "Flowaro". The player takes control of a newly formed counterattack team in Japan under the control of a organization, Murakumo, and fights against the dragon invaders to drive them out of the planet.
Sony PSP - Released - April 18, 2013
The sequel game will take place in 2021, one year after the first game. Dragons have begun to invade Tokyo again after a brief respite of peace. Players will again form parties from members of the special force "Murakumo" to fight the dragons. The game will feature an improved character creation system that will include 40 different voice actors and actresses to choose from in addition to appearance and occupation. The game also is adding the new "idol" occupation, which allows players to give orders to other party members. Players can create their own original characters with any of these...
Sony PSP - Released - January 23, 2014
The story takes place in Mogura Gakuen, commonly known as Z Gakuen, a place for students with "shame" to gather from all over the country. Right after our heroine, Yaotome Rei, enters the school, they suddenly announced that the school is going to be closed down. There's only one way to save the school from many unfortunate events, and that is for the students to fall in love. Rei immediately searches for a boy to become a couple with. Sadly, she was born with the ability to attract all sorts of bad luck… and unfortunate guys are starting to gather around her. All of them are incomplete...
Sony PSP - Released - May 31, 2012
This is the tale of Sakurai Tsubasa – your average female working as a newcomer in the Metropolitan Police Departments traffic division. Once day, she is approached by an odd man (Hozumi Rui) who’d reveal that in regards of recognizing her ‘special’ ability of memorizing faces and…accidentally leading criminals to arrest, dear Tsubasa is going to be forcefully transferred to the Emergency Mission division instead. With most of her new co-workers not exactly showing approval of the idea and not having much confidence in being able to solve a case herself, thus begins the tale of her slowly...
Sony PSP - Released - September 13, 2012
Accel World: Ginyoku no Kakusei is an Adventure game, developed and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2012.
Sony PSP - Released - January 31, 2013
Accel World: Kasoku no Chouten is an Adventure game, developed and published by Bandai Namco Games, which was released in Japan in 2013.
Sony PSP - Released - October 24, 2006
Skies of Deception is the first game in the action flight series to appear on the PSP. The player commands the Gryphus Squadron, one of the last to remain for Aurelia with its single airbase, a nation on the southern edge of the Osean Continent. In 2020, Aurelia is attacked by the neighboring country of Leasath, lead by Diego Gaspar Navarro. They invaded because Aurelia was supposedly involved with aiding their enemies in the civil war. There's a variety of crafts with different paint schemes to choose from and many battle missions to attend. In the campaign mode (as usual with different...
Sony PSP - Released - September 24, 2010
Ace Combat: Joint Assault leaves the fictional worlds of previous Ace Combat installments and enters the real world. The missions take place over London, Tokyo and San Francisco, but still feature fictional elements like huge flying fortresses. The player takes the role of a young pilot who joins the private military force Martinez Security and soon has to fight the Valahia, some sort of bandits which threaten whole cities - but of course the plot soon becomes more complicated. The gameplay is mostly identical to the PSP predecessor Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception. The player controls...
Sony PSP - Released - March 23, 2007
In Aces of War you take control of 40 different types of aircraft in an attempt to change the course of events. Avoid enemy fire, bomb enemy ships and attack enemy fighters, and then watch the replays of your heroic actions just as if you were part of a war blockbuster. And for some real dogfight action you can try shooting your pals out of the sky in the great VS mode, or you can let them be your wingmen in the cooperative mode.
Sony PSP - Released - November 14, 2006
The PSP version of Activision Anthology is a compilation of 44 classic Atari 2600 titles. On top of that, it includes an eighties soundtrack with 10 licensed songs to pull you back into that era. Unlike the GBA version, it contains the Imagic titles from the console and PC/Mac releases (Atlantis, Demon Attack, and Moonsweeper), along with more music, but not the homebrew titles as offered in the GBA and PC/Mac release. In the media section, you can view the original cartridge in 3D, as well as the manual. Games can be played in the original aspect ratios (windowed in the middle of the...
Sony PSP - Released - June 30, 2005
Adventure Player Studio FromSoftware is actually not a game in the classic sense of the word. This is a programming program that allows PSP users to create and exchange their own games. To take full advantage of the software's capabilities, two components are required: Adventure Player UMD Software and Memory Stick Duo. The software is sold together with three ready-made games (one of them is Echo Night - a title released by From Software on PlayStation in 1998). This program is designed to create games such as Play Novel, which are very popular in the Far East, where you can read a lot...
Sony PSP - Released - October 27, 2009
In this hilarious and innovative strategy role-playing game, players take control of Finn Courtland and his band of misfits in their quest for fame and riches. Along the way, they just might have to save the world from the evil Arbitus and his band of demons. It'll take brains as well as brawn to win the day, though; the grid-based combat challenges players to think strategically and make the best use of each character's unique skills and abilities. The strategy doesn't end there, though! Players can spend their hard-earned cash to set up the game's randomized dungeons to their liking; choose...
Sony PSP - Released - April 24, 2007
The second Generation of Chaos strategy title on PSP (based on GoC V on PS2) takes place in this world divided into three warring planes. Each world has its own main character and story; therefore, players can experience three different stories at once. Depending on which world the player begins with, the difficulty level will differ. The lower world is regarded as the beginner's stage with many tutorials to guide the player through the game. The higher the world you choose to play with, the more difficult it becomes. Battle in each mode using a combination of incredible team customization and...
Sony PSP - Released - September 10, 2009
AFL Challenge is a sports game for the PlayStation Portable, based on the AFL. The game was developed by Australian games developer Wicked Witch Software, and was published by Tru Blu Entertainment and Sony Computer Entertainment. The games fixture is based on the 2009 AFL season and features all official AFL teams and a pre-determined best 22 players for each team, whose positions cannot be changed. AFL Challenge allows players to play through the entire season, through to the Grand Final. It features a team management system where players can be trained up in skills such as kicking,...
Sony PSP - Released - March 20, 2007
After Burner: Black Falcon is the fourth game in the After Burner series, released almost fifteen years after the previous game. Just like the earlier ones it is an action based flying game, shown from a third-person perspective. Familiar characteristics are the fast pace, taking on many enemies at once with a combination of hit-scan and lock-on weapons, and evasive manoeuvres through rolls. The game consists of 24 levels. Players choose from three pilots (Billy Blaze, Harrison Duke and Tomiko Rossellini) to go after the terrorist cell Black Falcon that has stolen thirteen prototype planes....
Sony PSP - Released - July 9, 2012
Saving the world once is not enough. Save it twice. Start off the game as the confused hero. Meet the charming ladies and woo them in between the battles. The game becomes even naughtier with the night time conversation scenarios. Your every action in the ladies' rooms affect not only their love gauges, but their Blue Mage powers as well. And after you have made up your mind on which girl to wed, at the end of the the first generation adventures, there is the Honeymoon period. Enjoy. The gender of your child and the mother of your child affects the second generation's abilities. So get...
AI Igo is a board game, developed and published by Marvelous Entertainment, which was released in Japan in 2004.
Sony PSP - Released - December 22, 2004
AI Mahjong is a board game, developed and published by Marvelous Entertainment, which was released in Japan in 2004.
Sony PSP - Released - January 20, 2005
AI Shogi is a board game, developed and published by Marvelous Entertainment, which was released in Japan in 2005.
Sony PSP - Released - November 22, 2007
The PSP port of Air is similar to the console ports as it has all the adult content removed and introduces new scenes to the game, not part of the original PC version. This PSP version, however, adds full voice-acting for the protagonist as well, which was not included in the console ports. Additionally, this version features an in-game screen capture feature which lets you capture in-game graphics during gameplay and lets you use them as a background images for the PSP.
Sony PSP - Released - April 7, 2009
Air Conflicts is an arcade flight simulator game set in World War II, featuring the aircraft of this period and historically inspired missions. The emphasis is on intense dogfights, daring bombing raids and exciting aerial missions. 13 non-linear campaigns with more than 240 action-packed missions (patrols, manoeuvres, strategic bombing, air support, air superiority, interdiction, paratroops and supply deployment, prevent bombing missions). Authentic historical timeline and missions with focus on the gameplay. Easy control over aircraft and fun air battles.
Sony PSP - Released - July 19, 2012
Airu village has been rather quiet these days, and the elder is feeling lonely. To bring energy and activities back to the village, he uses the gem stones the Airus found in the mines to create a puzzle game. Welcome to the puzzle festival. The victor is getting his wish granted, so all the cats and even some of the monsters, such as Jingaoh and Iiankuk drop everything that they are doing to play. The rules are simple, just line up the gem stones around the bomb and blast them away before the screen chokes up. Every time you blast the stones away, you'll get a chance to send your opponents the...
Sony PSP - Released - December 17, 2009
Jun'ichi Nagase attends a prestigious high school. He has the nickname Geno Killer since he was rebellious in middle school. This is used, inadvertently, to help a girl named Yuuhi Katagiri from trouble. She later transfers to his school. Jun'ichi then kisses her due to a misunderstanding. Outraged, because he stole her first kiss and embarrassed her, she screams at him. Subsequently, it turns out that Yuuhi is his fiancée as arranged by their parents. Their parents discuss the matter and order them to go out together for a month to restore their relationship. If their relationship does not...
Sony PSP - Released - March 11, 2010
Akatsuki no Amaneka to Aoi Kyojin is a Strategy game, developed by Kogado Studio and published by CyberFront. In the game, the player creates a team, equips them with items and equipment and proceeds to explore the dungeons that lie underneath the capital. Any discovered treasures can either be handed over to the academy to gain fame, or sold on the black market to gain fortune. The game requires the player to maintain and balance the amount of fame and fortune, both of which are required in order to complete the game.
Sony PSP - Released - September 20, 2012
Akatsuki no Goei: Trinity for PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable is a non-adult trilogy port of PC (Windows) games from the same series. As an addition, this trilogy features new story elements, new graphics and CG events, new theme song and new opening movie. None of the games in the trilogy are available as standalone for either PSP or PS3 platforms. The titles included in this trilogy are: Akatsuki no Goei Akatsuki no Goei: Principal-tachi no Kyūjitsu Akatsuki no Goei: Tsumibukaki Shūmatsuron
Sony PSP - Released - February 13, 2014
On the outskirts of Utsuwa City is a shrine, where a boy named Yue was born and raised. One day, led by his childhood friend Kurogitsune, he goes to play at the big winter festival. Brilliantly lit paper lanterns, noisy human figures. Seeing the outside world for the first time in his life, Yue comes across two mysterious boys. When he returns to the mountain he informs the shrine mistress Mikoto of what happened, and she tells to prepare for "The Meal."
Sony PSP - Released - December 23, 2010
AKB1/48: Idol to Koishitara... is a romance adventure game featuring all the girls from AKB48 pop idol group. The story begins in a dreamlike situation where all the girls are in love with you, but in the end, you will have to choose only one. AKB48 (AKB is abbreviation of Akihabara, an electronic town in Tokyo) is a j-pop idol group with 48 members in total. Members aren't constant and their popularity is based on votes by the fans of the group. This is the first game in the series and takes place in Tokyo (background images during visual-novel style gameplay are photos from various known...
Sony PSP - Released - December 20, 2012
The ban on romance is lifted once again. And this time, the stakes are higher than ever, all the pretty girls in Japan are vying for your attention. Choose your girl from 149, they come from AKB48, SKE48, NMB48 and HKT48. Find 1 and reject all the other 148. May the goddess of romance smile on you. As the third game in the AKB series, everything is new, from the voice clips, photos, movies to the scenarios. To those of you who adore Maeda Atsuko, the eternal center girl in AKB48, this might be the last time you strike up a romance with her, as she is graduating from the group. When the...
Sony PSP - Released - October 6, 2011
Unlike the original game, AKB1/48: Idol to Koishitara..., released a year earlier, this game is sort of a dream where each of the AKB48 idols are in love with you, but you're only be able to select and profess your love to one of them in the end. AKB48 (AKB is abbreviation of Akihabara, an electronic town in Tokyo) is a j-pop idol group with, yes, you guessed it, 48 members in total. Members aren't constant and their popularity is based on votes by the fans of the group. As the title implies, the game takes place in the island of Guam, and idols will wear bikinis a lot, and regular clothes lot...
Sony PSP - Released - May 19, 2011
Explore the supernatural mysteries of Akihabara in AKIBA'S TRIP. A dark conspiracy plots to consume Japan's pop-culture mecca with an army of synthetic vampires. As a fugitive from their experiments, it's up to you to hunt these 'Synthisters' down, brawling with them in the streets and tearing off their clothes to roast them in the harsh light of day. Just remember, they can do the same to you! AKIBA'S TRIP features an authentic open-world recreation of Japan's famous Electric Town. Explore and enjoy the world's premiere destination for anime, games, manga and figurines, with over 100...
Sony PSP - Released - June 14, 2012
Akiba's Trip Plus is an Adventure game, developed and published by Acquire, which was released in Japan in 2012.
Sony PSP - Released - November 30, 2006
Akudaikan Manyuuki is an Action game, developed and published by Global A, which was released in Japan in 2006.
Sony PSP - Released - February 22, 2007
Akudaikan Manyuuki: Seigi no Yaiba is a board game, developed and published by Global A, which was released in Japan in 2007.
Sony PSP - Released - December 23, 2009
Active beyond the shadow, the darkness is filled with demons. The public has become aware of their existence, and one in particular stands out, The Devil. Human life is nearly eradicated within hours of The Devil's arrival, and the only fighting chance left is left solely in the hands of the Demon Hunting Troop.
Sony PSP - Released - July 24, 2007
Alien Syndrome is a top down shooter inspired by Sega's original Alien Syndrome action game. The games story takes place thousands of years in the future; by this point in time mankind has explored many parts of the galaxy and established numerous colonies. One such colony, Seti-Alpha 5 (SAT5), has ceased communications for some reason and it is your job to head to SAT5 and investigate what went wrong. Upon arrival, you encounter the alien syndrome, a force which can mutate man and machine into deadly aliens. These events take place roughly 100 years after those in the original Alien...
Sony PSP - Released - November 13, 2007
Aliens Vs Predator: Requiem is based on the movie of the same name and continues the mix of the Aliens and Predator franchises. The basic premise of the movie is followed. Picking up where the original film left off, a group of predators travels back to the homeworld with a predalien, a survivor impregnated with an alien embryo. In a struggle to kill the creature that possesses the strengths and weaknesses of both species, the ship crashes on earth. A father and a son who investigate the vessel are impregnated by facehuggers allowing the aliens to continue their colonization of the planet....
Sony PSP - Released - August 2, 2012
All Kamen Rider: Rider Generation 2 is the 2012 sequel to the original Rider Generation for the Nintendo DS, expanding on nearly every facet of the original - the playable stable of Kamen Riders has increased dramatically, older characters have expanded capabilities and movesets, and the game itself was simultaneously released for the DS and Playstation Portable. Just like its predecessor, Rider Generation 2 combines 2D side-scrolling beat-em-up action with stock RPG elements, with each Rider having individual EXP counts and stat training parameters. While the basic structure of a...
Sony PSP - Released - January 18, 2011
Alpha Mission II is a top-down, vertically-scrolling shooter and the sequel to Alpha Mission. When the game starts the player picks two armors for their SYD, and additional armors can be purchased at the end of each level. Armors add additional firepower to the ship while equipped, and will be destroyed when shot, saving the ship from one hit. The SYD's primary weapons, a straight ahead laser and falling bombs, can be upgraded from icons dropped by specific enemies. Similarly to Xevious ground targets can only be hit by bombs, while aerial targets can only be hit by lasers.
Sony PSP - Released - March 31, 2011
Christmas is the protagonist's least favorite holiday in the year, but this this time, he's trying to change things, he decides to spend the holiday with the girl of his dreams. Filled to the brim with pretty characters, carefully drawn illustrations and story events, Amagami is now available as an Ebkore+ edition. The game system is upgraded with more choices, story clips and mini games. Those who are not exactly good with mahjong can now let the game handle it for them, while they focus on getting the routes and endings they want.
Sony PSP - Released - September 17, 2009
“Can Nagomu solve a murder case by the end of the seventh day? Can he stop the culprit from taking full revenge?” This is an adventure game based on a classical mystery novel. Running out of petrol and lost in the mountains on a stormy night, Ichiyanagi Nagomu, a university student has no choice but to leave his car and ask for help from the nearest mansion within the woods. However, a shock is waiting for him in that dark night. He finds the corpse of a middle age man lying in the rain at the backyard of the mansion. Without any time to recover from his shock, somebody sneaks up behind him...
Sony PSP - Released - February 16, 2012
Takahisa lives on Misora-jima with Kanna, a goddess who came to his house when he was a child and started living with him. He also has an imouto Miyu who is a gravure idol and is often away from home. That doesn’t mean things are quiet though, since Miyu’s best friend Serika idolizes Kanna and often causes a big ruckus. One day Serika comes in with big news: there’s a miko coming to the island!
Sony PSP - Released - August 18, 2011
On the 1st of August, you awake as the Heroine, with previous memories of who you are somehow snatched away from you. In your confusion, a mysterious spirit named Orion appears to help you regain your memories. You'll explore your own world as a complete stranger, trying to understand what was once familiar all while hiding your condition from the five men close to you. Because, as Orion warns, you may jeopardize any chance of recovering your memories if anyone finds out. Its now up to you recover the past to rewrite your future love story!
Sony PSP - Released - April 18, 2013
A fandisc for the series that revolves around three concepts: Suspense: Taking place on a day in August, after regaining her lost memories, the heroine is now coming to understand more things about ‘him’. However, due to a twist of fate, she becomes caught up in a certain incident, and separates from ‘him’. And so, in order to save her, ‘he’ races through town. Thus, births a suspense story with various perspectives. Working: “Meido no Shitsuji”, a cafe with a butler & maid concept. The heroine challenges the job without remembering anything, with only verbal help from workmates and...
Sony PSP - Released - March 15, 2012
Fandisk to the original game. There’s a “New World” which is like another story to the original story where the heroine still has no memories. The After Story takes place after she regains her memories in the original game and then there’s other bonuses like Waka World and Girls Party. Additionally you get a chance to reflect on your past journey with Orion.
Sony PSP - Released - November 15, 2007
Ririko Takeuchi is a female P.I. who got into the career more by chance than by choice. Her father, Takeo Takeuchi, is an ex-cop who bought an old kindergarten and made it into a private investigation firm. Depending on the cases, players, in the role of Ririko, will be tailing suspects, searching for clues, and, having what's most important for any investigator, a bunch of internal monologues. Anata o Yurusanai is a visual novel (also described as "sound novel"), which mainly consists of reading text and occasionally interacting with the development of the story. The game uses the PSP in a...
Sony PSP - Released - November 17, 2011
Teresa has been living a normal life with Renaud, who is like a younger brother to her, until odd disappearances start happening across town. First Teresa was abducted, and although she returned home unharmed, she remembered nothing about the incident. Her family decided to put it behind them, but soon Renaud disappears, and unlike in Teresa's case, he has been gone for days. While searching for her brother, Teresa reached a fortress. There, Renaud was entertaining some sort of notion that he has become the leader of a group of knights. Determined to take her brother home, Teresa poses as...
Sony PSP - Released - December 17, 2015
The protagonist has been chosen as one of the new queen candidates, together with her rival they take the examination. Supported by the 9 guardians who serve the queen she works to complete the exam. Will love bloom along the way? A complete remake of the first Angelique game with redone art and new capturable characters.
Sony PSP - Released - January 5, 2011
Angry Birds is a strategy game similar to titles such as Crush the Castle where it is the player's job to help the angry birds retrieve their eggs that have been stolen by nasty green pigs. Throughout the 105 levels the player controls a catapult loaded with one of several different species of birds to crash them into the fortified buildings with the pigs inside. To complete a level, all pigs must have been smashed through either the birds directly or pieces of the collapsing building.
Sony PSP - Released - August 30, 2012
Based on the popular anime and manga of the same name, Ano Hi Mita Hana no Namae o Bokutachi wa Mada Shiranai follows several childhood friends who try to reconnect in high school after drifting apart. Featuring music from the anime series, the game also contains new scenarios not seen before.
Sony PSP - Released - August 30, 2012
Based on the popular anime and manga of the same name, AnoHana follows several childhood friends who try to reconnect in high school after drifting apart. Featuring music from the anime series, AnoHana also contains new scenarios not seen before.
Sony PSP - Released - January 13, 2011
This is the first chapter for PlayStation Portable of the acclaimed Another Century's Episode flight action game, mixing mech units from a wide variety of anime franchises in battles high above the planet.
Sony PSP - Released - October 22, 2009
Music is everywhere in the land of Antiphona. This is a story of Miabelle, a young girl who lives in Antiphona and loves singing. The elder sister of Miabelle, Lily, was elected to be a "singing princess" on a famous festival that occurs only once every 300 years, but just before the festival started, the Devil King appeared and stole the voice of Lily. To help her sister, Miabelle with her friends and puppets forms a singing group "Celesta". Giving lots of performances along their way, the group takes off on an adventure to get back Lily's voice.
Sony PSP - Released - April 26, 2012
Blue Exorcist: The Chronocyclic Labyrinth is a PSP game produced by Namco Bandai, based on the anime and manga of Blue Exorcist. It was released April 26th, 2012 in Japan, and came in two editions: a regular edition and a limited edition entitled the "Blue Flame Box" edition, which came with an original drama DVD, a character booklet, a clear postcard with the cover design signed by Kazue Katō, and a paper craft cutout figure of Kuro - all housed in a cardboard box. First pressings of the game came with an original card in the game case which held a download serial code for a PSP...
Sony PSP - Released - August 9, 2012
A sequel of Tristia of the Deep-Blue Sea from Kogado Studio(Kumasan Team). Set in the Neosphere kingdom that fly in the air by ancient E technology. Neosphere kept going to ruin after world union war. And then, Nanoca was called to rebuild the kingdom.
Sony PSP - Released - August 9, 2012
Tristia was a beautiful seaside town which slowly fell to ruin and dilapidation, following the invasion of the dragon ten years ago. The people of the town tried rebuilding the city in the hopes of attaining its former glory, but they failed. Hopeless, the people decided to send for Prospero Flanca, a legendary inventor who was well-known for revivifying many cities that were dying out. They received an answer from Prospero, but to their confusion, it was a girl who arrived to the port of the town. That girl was Nanoca, Prospero's granddaugther, and she is the one who was assigned to do the...
Sony PSP - Released - September 29, 2006
The primary antagonist, Specter, introduces a new card game which becomes very popular among humans and Pipo Monkeys alike. Using this card game, he dominates the world through culture manipulation, concurrently introducing a card battle contest for monkeys to complete in. The prize for winning the contest is the rare "Platinum Specter" trading card and a year's supply of bananas.
Sony PSP - Released - December 30, 2004
Ape Escape Academy sees you taking on the role of one of the cheeky monkeys from the Ape Escape series. Choose your chimp, then prepare to tackle various classes in Academy Mode. Each 'class' is actually a mini-game. Your goal is to complete as many mini-games as possible from the 9x9 grid, and score as many lines as you can (sort of like Noughts and Crosses). Mini-games range from mind-bending quizzes to wacky sports games, to the just plain silly, like protecting a roast banana from oncoming apes, or flying through the sky delivering parachutes to plummeting primates. As you unlock games...
Sony PSP - Released - March 17, 2005
A remake of the first entry in the Ape Escape series, Ape Escape: On the Loose arrives on the PSP with multiplayer functionality and a variety of minigames. The adventure begins when Specter--a monkey-turned-maniacal-mastermind--and his army of monkeys travel back in time to change history and take over the world. Now it's up to you to pursue Specter and capture more than 200 monkeys in eight different worlds, which span more than 20 levels.
Sony PSP - Released - January 10, 2008
The ape kingdom is cursed and it's up to you, the prince, to redeem yourself and restore peace to the land! Battle your way through the evil minions that have overrun Toqsica Kingdom by leveling up your character, collecting new weapons and items, and completing an endless variety of mini-games in this RPG-style ape adventure. It's more fun than a barrel of monkeys, or apes for that matter!
Sony PSP - Released - January 30, 2014
Set after the normal route in Arabian’s Lost where you win the bet but don’t get a husband. Eileen finds herself forced to act as ruler after her parents take off one day on a trip.
Sony PSP - Released - June 28, 2012
Aileen Olazabal is the only daughter and princess of Gilkhatar who wants nothing more than to lead a normal life and not be a princess. However, nearing her birthday, the King and Queen decided that she should marry and chose a husband for her. Wanting to live a normal life (which includes having a normal romance, falling in love, etc.), Aileen refused. This lead to a wager between Aileen and her parents; if Aileen could raise 10,000,000G in twenty five days, she's free to do what she wanted. If she failed, then she'd have to do what her parents had planned.
Sony PSP - Released - October 27, 2011
The heroine spent her childhood days in a lonely, remote place with her mother, Sumire, and her servant/subordinate, Luca. The Christmas she turned 16, she was invited to go and live together with her father, Mondo. The dream she had ever since she was young was to live a happy life with her family together. Thus, with her long-yearned-for dream coming true, she took her first steps as a member of "Arcana Famiglia", a vigilante organization where frank Mondo is in control of. The story takes place 3 months after that, on April 1st.
Sony PSP - Released - November 14, 2013
Taking a year after the prequel, features Ash from the fandisk and new pickable heroes.
Sony PSP - Released - December 13, 2012
Cooking otome game double feature starting with Festa Regalo! So one day Felicita’s dad got bored and decided that he’s gonna make his mafia mans have an iron chef battle. The prize is having his powers for 1 day and whether they like it or not, they must participate. It’s up to you and your chosen dude to run around, gather ingredients and make awesome dishes to please the judges. As a reward though, there are some short bonus scenarios & CGs.
Sony PSP - Released - June 21, 2012
Taking place after the first game, Felicitá and the gang is back in this FD. The story starts with Felicitá getting kidnapped by a mysterious intruder who steal all the Tarot Arcana cards. The kidnapper named Ash escapes to a ghost ship where he meets up with a man called Joshua. They take out the cards and Ash decides he will make a contract first. It's the Magician which chooses him and makes it mark on Ash neck. Joshua starts screaming all of the sudden when the Justice makes a contract with him. But something is strange and Joshua turns into a skeleton and awakes a whole army of...
Sony PSP - Released - April 6, 2005
From the mind of developer Archer Maclean comes Mercury, a puzzle game that lets you guide the metallic substance through a series of challenging puzzles. Without spilling too much, you must control your colored mercury blobs around 3D mazes simply by tilting the level. Negotiate obstacles and hazards, solve puzzles, and compete against time and percentage limits while avoiding traps and predators. In addition to the single-player mode, Archer Maclean's Mercury also features multiplayer battle and ghost modes.
Sony PSP - Released - January 28, 2010
Kayano Yuuna is a student of the 'Murota Academy' technical college for cooking. She wants to be a cook because of a childhood memory. Ten years ago she ran away from home and was about to collapse due to hunger, but she was saved by a cook who served her delicious pescatore. One day, she meets Nasu Haruto, a substitute teacher. Several days later she eats pescatore at the restaurant Haruto works at Arcobaleno and gets surprised. Yes, it is exactly the same as the one she ate ten years ago. Yuuna asks Haruto, the shops owner Komatsu Ryuunosuke, and the manager Saotome Nichiki to let her...
Sony PSP - Released - April 7, 2011
After throwing away his dreams, a boy wanders into "Wonderland" and he holds the name of "Alice" which is the primary requirement in the "Game to kill the White Rabbit". In a crazy story where common sense does not apply and everything is bound by the rules of the game and the orders of the Queen of Hearts, Alice decides to take the gun in his hand.
Sony PSP - Released - April 12, 2012
The story is set in the near future, in a corrupt city called Moebius, where the gap between rich and poor is growing bigger and bigger. The heroine is a ‘Hunter’, someone who has chosen to oppose the criminals who have sullied their hands with illegal deeds and have gained money as a result. Hunters work for ‘Bountia’, an organization that takes assignments to catch criminals in the city for rewards. Armen Noir is the heroine’s codename in Bountia, and her real name is Naska. The thing is, despite her being an A class hunter, she cannot kill anybody. She rose to A rank because she has been...
Sony PSP - Released - October 22, 2009
Armored Core 3 once again puts you in the shoes of a Raven mercenary, with the task of piloting your own battle machine to use in a range of tasks (from destroying other mechs to seek and destroy missions). After each mission, you are paid in full. The money raised can then go on towards the purchase of items for your mech. Weapon upgrades, better shields, even the opportunity to purchase what's called an Exceed Orbit, smaller robot gun emplacements that hover around your mech, giving you an added boost of fire power in the crunch. Four-player deathmatch modes are also included, where...
Sony PSP - Released - December 15, 2005
Armored Core: Formula Front is a mecha video game developed by FromSoftware and published by Agetec. It was a launch title for the PlayStation Portable in Japan and is a spin-off in Armored Core series. The player assumes the role of an Architect. An Architect is a person who builds, programs and battles with a modified Armored Core known as a u/AC or an Unmanned Armored Core. u/ACs are AI controlled Armored Cores which compete exclusively in battling tournaments. u/ACs battle independent of the Architect's control, so the Architect must influence how the u/AC fights by customizing various...
Sony PSP - Released - May 4, 2010
In the wake of the now defunct Navis's failed attempt to control recovered ancient weapons technology, the world has been left in tatters. Looking to consolidate power, the Corporations (Crest, Mirage, and Kisaragi) have merged into one super-corporation known as "The Alliance". Fed up with corporate rule and oppression, and seeing a newfound threat in The Alliance, a Raven known as Jack-O (an important but minor character from Armored Core: Nexus) forms an organization of Ravens known as "Vertex" from the ashes of the fallen Raven's Ark. After rallying a sizable force of fellow Ravens to his...
Sony PSP - Released - February 4, 2010
Silent Line: Armored Core is a 3d action game in which you take control of a mech from the Raven mercenary hired by the government to investigate a recently discovered megacity. This city is well defended to the point that everything that comes to close get destroyed. This defensive line is called the Silent Line. The game is a sequel to Armored Core 3 The game offers over 34 missions and lets you customize your mech with over 400 parts. Your mech can walk on the ground as well as fly in the air. Enemies can be destroyed by using your machine gun or missiles.
Sony PSP - Released - November 25, 2010
Forget about justice, rules and ideals, just keep your objectives and greed in mind. As a key member of the underground organization "The Lamb of Johann" you are going to pit yourself against other ambitious villains to get what you want.Unlike other turn base RPGs, there is an action aspect to the battles. Get used to the Howling system and get your attacks timed right to release your full power. When you kill monsters, you'll win items for alchemy. If you win a key item, you can even play with Hazard Alchemy to make your homunculus grow and learn new skills.
Sony PSP - Released - January 12, 2010
Featuring the same storyline as the console version, Army of Two: The 40th Day for the PSP is a top-down shooter with a focus on two-player cooperative gameplay. The game can either be played with an AI partner or with a friend over the PSP's wireless connection. Most features of the console version have been brought over, including the weapon upgrades and unlocks, the moral choices, and two-player tactics.
Sony PSP - Released - December 21, 2010
Yuri Sakazaki has been kidnapped! Her big brother Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, his best friend, go search for her on the streets of South Town. As they go deeper and deeper they will find clues as to who ordered the kidnapping, the Sakazaki family's relation to the mob, and a person from their past. The gameplay differs from most fighting games. In this game, you have a Spirit meter. A Spirit meter is in the game and will decrease as you perform special moves. It can be recharged, but doing so leaves you open to attack. When your health is almost gone, you can perform a secret...
Sony PSP - Released - February 2, 2007
Arthur and the Invisibles (known in Europe as Arthur and the Minimoys) is a video game based on the 2006 film of the same name by Luc Besson. The game allows players to relive the fantastic adventure of young Arthur and his two pals, Selenia and Bétamèche, in their mission to save the Minimoys' world from destruction. The game incorporate Besson's entire Minimoy universe and its tiny inhabitants (just a couple of millimeters tall) with the richness and extraordinary visuals of the film. Gameplay revolves around the teamwork of the trio (Arthur, Selenia and Bétamèche): players can only...
Sony PSP - Released - April 28, 2011
I am a high school student. This summer, I am visiting a small town in the country. The town is surrounded by mountains and people peacefully coexist with ayakashi (ghosts). I don't remember this place, but I feel like there was something I cherished there. The people I spend my time there all feel somehow important. They are Giou (an ayakashi), Shinonome, Shu, Takatora, and Chihaya. I get involved and get in a trouble due to the appearance of an another mysterious ayakashi. Mysterious phenomena.... Nightmares.... I don't wanna remember that thing, but I have to.... When the moon becomes full,...
Sony PSP - Released - March 22, 2007
The sequel to Asphalt: Urban GT continues the fast-paced racing of the original game with various additions. Races take place on eight locations all over the world. While racing, smashing other cars, or avoiding the police, there is cash to collect. Money becomes available by risky driving, wiping out opponents or cops, or by picking up items. When a certain cash level is reached, new elements are opened up, such as parts to tune the car (for free), new tracks, new vehicles, or a new game mode. For the first time in the series, bikes are also available. While racing, a boost meter can be...
Sony PSP - Released - November 17, 2009
Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines is a PSP-exclusive game that continues the story of the first Assassin's Creed game and also builds up to its sequel Assassin's Creed II. Unlike the Assassin's Creed: Altaïr's Chronicles spin-off for mobile and portable devices, it offers the open world and nonlinear gameplay of the original game. The game is set one month after the events of the first game and takes place in the two cities Limassol and Kyrenia on the island of Cyprus. The Templars have moved there and Altaïr has followed them to find out what their plans are and to take all of them out if there...
Sony PSP - Released - November 17, 2006
Several druids are kidnapped by the Romans and it seems that Getafix has something to do with it. Asterix & Obelix travel to Rome only to find out that Caesar has built a huge amusement park called "Las Vegum" in which he holds the druids captive. Asterix & Obelix need to fight their way through countless Roman soldiers in order to find and free the druids hidden in the different themed areas of the park. On their way they team up or fight against several game-inspired NPCs like Sam Shieffer or Larry Craft. To fight foes the characters have several attack combos and special items like the...
Sony PSP - Released - June 27, 2006
In Astonishia Story, players embody an honorable royal knight and embark upon an epic journey to recover a stolen sacred relic that symbolizes prosperity and fortune. Players must seek the help of wizards and many other mysterious allies to succeed.