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PSP stands for PlayStation Portable and it is precisely as the name tells you. It is the first handheld console made by Sony and it is one of the most popular, even today. The unit was developed and released in 2004 in Japan. The following year, in 2005 it became available in the United States, Europa and other parts of the globe. The unit we all know is actually the 7th generation of portable Sony console and the main rival was Nintendo DS.
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There are a lot of interesting and important facts regarding the PlayStation Portable. First of all, it was introduced in 2003 and back then it was the most powerful handheld console in history. It was significantly more powerful than Nintendo DS and all other consoles. It is also the only console that was considered as the main rival to the Nintendo DS. Nokia N-Gage and New Geo pocket were considered failures to poor sales figures. PlayStation Portable was the only console to use UMD or universal media disc to play games and all other media files. Other devices use memory cards and cartridges. However, PlayStation Portable has a memory card slot as well.
One of the reasons why it was a big hit is the major graphics improvements and raw power. The unit was able to push more advanced games and to be used as a device that can play movies, play music and surf the web. It is also able to connect to PS2 and 3 and any computer running Mac OS or Windows.
The device was ended in 2014 and a new version known as Vita was introduced. They share similar designs and features but Vita is more powerful and able to play more advanced games. PlayStation Portable was sold in 80 million copies during its lifespan and marked a major event in human history. Many of us believe that this device is responsible for the ability to purchase and use handheld devices of the modern era that come with outstanding capabilities.
The PSP is powered by 20-333 MHz MIPS R4000 CPU, has 32MB of memory (all PSP 1000 models) or 64MB if you opt for later 2000 or 3000 version. The memory card used is Memory Stick Micro and Memory Stick Duo. 16 GB of flash memory was available.
On this very page, you can download games such as God Of War - Ghost Of Sparta, Naruto Shippuden - Ultimate Ninja Impact, Assassin's Creed – Bloodlines, GTA and many others.
Budget games that could make the transition
The announcement of the PSP Minis “don’t call it an app store” app store has got us thinking. The PSPgo will, in gaming terms at least, be roughly equivalent to an iPhone touch with traditional gaming controls instead of a touchscreen.
With that in mind, we started thinking of all the promising games on iPhone that would have been improved by a more traditional control set-up . We also started thinking about the great iPhone games that could bring something of equal worth to the Minis service.
And we considered a few mobile and Xbox Live games that would be welcome on PSP. Basically, anything that’s compact yet distinctly and solidly ‘consoley’. That’s quite a range of games, but here a few of the more outstanding ones.
As always, give us your suggestions in the comments section below.
20 PSP Mini games we’d like to see
Castle of Magic
This is the first of several platform games included on our list, and there’s a reason for that. While the likes of Castle of Magic are brilliantly designed games and well worthy of your investment on iPhone or mobile, we can’t help but wish for digital controls when we play them. The PSP’s D-pad and buttons would make Castle of Magic shine even more.
Sonic The Hedgehog
The daddy of pacy platformers struggles more than most with the iPhone’s vague touch controls thanks to the extra pressure placed on your reactions by the blue hedgehog’s Bolt-beating speed.
Ram memory cleaner mac. It’s still eminently playable and gorgeous on the iPhone’s wide screen, but we could have that plus flawless controls on PSP Minis.
Spy Bot Chronicles
Unlike the other two platformers on our list, Spy Bot Chronicles was made with the iPhone in mind - and it shows.
It struggles the least with the lack of digital controls thanks to a slower pace and less intensive action. One thing’s for sure, though - the beautiful presentation and quirky gameplay would fit just as well on the Sony platform.
Gran Turismo is going to have the premium racing sector all sewn up on PSP, but Real Racing could be a worthy budget alternative.
That risks underselling the experience, in fact, because a properly calibrated PSP version of Real Racing would be one of the platform’s best racers any way you look at it. Firemint has proven pedigree on handheld systems, too.
Low Grav Racer
In the same way that Real Racing could be the budget alternative to Gran Turismo, Low Grav Racer would complement WipeOut perfectly.
Sony Liverpool’s futuristic racing franchise is a clear inspiration for CobraMobile’s effort, right down to the use of pounding techno and neon-lit visuals.
Sony could save itself the trouble of trying to squeeze WipEout into Mini form by bringing Low Grav Racer onboard.
I have a confession to make - I don’t like playing football games on the iPhone. While many on the PG team would disagree with me, I feel that a genre that needs access to so many buttons at a fraction of a second’s notice just doesn’t translate well enough on touchscreen. PSP Minis could be the ultimate home for Gameloft’s mobile footy franchise.
It could be argued that the PSP lacks a classic Zelda-esque adventure at any level, so the arrival of the excellent Zenonia for a budget price would no doubt go down a storm.
The PSP is home to some excellent eastern RPGs, so this rather more action-oriented effort (along with the recently announced sequel) would slot in just perfectly.
Go! Go! Rescue Squad
Go! Go! has appeared on both mobile and iPhone so far, but it’s the former that received the highest praise from us.
The reason for that is simple - control. While it still plays brilliantly on iPhone, it’s a game that benefits from the certainty and precision that a physical input method provides. This, along with the classy presentation, makes the game perfectly suited to Sony’s new service.
The one N-Gage game we’d really like to see on a more popular platform, Reset Generation could finally receive the audience it deserves on Minis.
The game’s knowing nods to gaming lore and its inspired mish-mash of borrowed gameplay mechanics would really hit home with the savvy PSP-owning crowd, as would the artfully retro presentation.
Another game developed by Redlynx, but this time for PC and Xbox Live Arcade. Redlynx Trials is a simple game of manoeuvring your dirtbike across each hazard-strewn stage using balance and momentum.
It might be tough getting it all in to a sub-100MB package, but even a cut down version of this excellent game would be welcomed onto Minis.
Pac-Man Championship Edition
We’ve raved about this mobile conversion of the excellent Xbox Live Arcade game plenty on Pocket Gamer. While the mobile version had to make the smallest of concessions by not displaying the whole game field in glorious widescreen, the PSP would have no such problems. Allied to the PSP’s decent D-pad (the 360’s is rubbish), this could be the finest version yet.
Space Invaders Infinity Gene
We can still scarcely believe what an excellent job was done with this Space Invaders reboot. It literally evolves the classic alien-blasting game play before your very eyes.
PSP already has its own excellent Space Invaders revamp in Revolution, but this is sufficiently different to complement it nicely should it make it to Minis. There’s a question of adapting to the landscape view, but evolution is the name of the game.
Galaxy on Fire
How Fishlabs managed to squeeze an epic free-form 3D space-sim onto a humble mobile phone is still the subject of much conjecture. We suspect witchcraft.
There followed an (eventually) excellent iPhone version, showing that the game was scaleable to more capable platforms. Time to complete the circle, then, and make an epic widescreen space opera with quality digital controls.
Captain Galactic: Super Space Hero
Digital Chocolate has always made mobile games with production values that are a cut above the rest. It would be a small hop, then, to take one of their best and most recent games, Captain Galactic, and place it onto the Minis service.
Its quirky take on interplanetary action and clever physics-based play would fit beautifully on PSP, as would the gorgeous comic-book style.
Spider: The Secret of Bryce Manor
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Spider is one of the most refreshingly brilliant games to have appeared on the iPhone. There’s only one problem - the controls can be a little awkward.
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While converting them to the PSP’s traditional control system would mean losing a certain amount of tactile joy (flicking to make webs is ace), the improvements to directional control could more than make up for that.
“Advance Wars on your PSP” is something that Sony handheld owners have been yearning to hear for years. While the iPhone’s Mecho Wars doesn’t quite match Nintendo’s masterpiece, it’s one of the better - and one of the more stylish - efforts. It would be welcome as an early PSP Minis release.
If ever there was a quintessential example of “great game, shame about the controls” then Dropship on iPhone would be it.
It’s an excellent twist on the classic Lunar Lander's game play, which involves using small bursts of thrust to manoeuvre your space craft.
It’s the addition of a slightly counter-intuitive shooting element that poses a bit of a problem on iPhone, which a move to PSP would no doubt rectify.
People didn’t like the iPhone version of this '90s classic. It was seen as a clunky and rather cynical port with some woeful controls, which is a shame given the quality of the original action platformer.
Minis is the perfect chance to rectify the situation, presenting a faithful version of the game with proper digital controls.
Gangstar: West Coast Hustle
It’s the same principle as found elsewhere in this article - Gangstar: West Coast Hustle would be brilliant as a budget alternative (or complement) to the don of open world crime games, Grand Theft Auto.
The PSP already has Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories, but a Minis version of the near console-standard Gangstar (with a few extra side missions) would be most welcome.
Krazy Kart Racing
Another thing the PSP possibly lacks is a strong kart racer in the mould of Mario Kart DS.
Krazy Kart Racing isn’t quite that good, but as a budget Minis title it would be a jolly good stand-in - especially with the implementation of some tighter digital controls.
Fans of the GBA will remember the earlier iteration, Konami Krazy Racers, which was an excellent Mario Kart clone, so an optimised PSP version could be great.