Tagged:  PSP

Mortal Kombat: Unchained Review

By Eddie Inzauto, November 20, 2006 0 GN, Video Game Review

The Mortal Kombat series is now about as old as a quarter of today’s gamers, and I believe it’s finally beginning to show. Mortal Kombat: Unchained is a generally mediocre addition in a brand that has perfected the art of… Read More »

Death Jr 2 Review

By GamerNode Staff, November 11, 2006 0 GN, Video Game Review

Death Junior was the kooky son of death and was one of the PSP’s first featured games. A large amount of hype surrounded it because the graphics looked amazing for a handheld, and the style was unmistakably cute and catchy…. Read More »

Power Stone Collection Review

By GamerNode Staff, November 7, 2006 0 GN, Video Game Review

In 1999 and 2000, the Power Stone games were released by Capcom for the Sega Dreamcast. The titles proved to be fun, humorous and entertaining fighting games. In case you missed the games originally, Capcom decided to release the Power… Read More »

Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded Review

By GamerNode Staff, October 30, 2006 0 GN, Video Game Review

Looking fondly back on the last thirty years of gaming, one can only express a profound sense of amazement when they notice the differences between portable consoles of the previous generations, and the current ones existing today. Full length three… Read More »

After Burner: Black Falcon Announced

By GamerNode Staff, October 10, 2006 0 GN

Back in August, SEGA announced that they had hired handheld developer Planet Moon Studios to bring back one of their old franchises for the PSP (story). Today, that franchise was revealed: it’s SEGA’s classic air combat action title After Burner.

Spectral Souls Review

By GamerNode Staff, October 10, 2006 0 GN, Video Game Review

Spectral Souls has made the transition from the PS2 to its younger handheld cousin, the PSP. Formerly a Japanese release called Shinki Gensou: SSII Unlimited Side (that,s a mouthful), Spectral is an SRPG along the lines of the famed tactics… Read More »

The Godfather: Mob Wars Review

By GamerNode Staff, September 28, 2006 0 GN, Video Game Review

Movies and video games are often viewed as two mediums that should never mix, and given the abysmal failure of Doom at the box office and Fantastic Four on consoles, that’s perfectly understandable. However, things can change and though the… Read More »

Bomberman Review

By GamerNode Staff, September 20, 2006 0 GN, Video Game Review

Bomberman is a long standing classic that has seen many iterations on many consoles over the past few decades. Its one my earliest and fondest memories of multiplayer gaming, which was an absolute blast (pardon my pun). For those of… Read More »

BioWare Forms New Handheld Game Division

By Brendon Lindsey, September 19, 2006 0 GN

Today, BioWare announced the formation of a new handheld gaming division. The new group will be led by Dan Tudge, who has overseen development of titles for several major publishers, including Nintendo, Microsoft, THQ and Sega Sports. "We’re thrilled to… Read More »

Rengoku II: Stairway to H.E.A.V.E.N. Review

By GamerNode Staff, September 15, 2006 0 GN, Video Game Review

The scene is Earth,s distant future. The good news is that all war has been obliterated with the use of humanity,s ultimate robot weapon-the A.D.A.M., or the Autonomous Dueling Armed Machine. Since everyone is now at peace in the world,… Read More »