PlayStation Portable spellen

In de loop van de jaren zijn er veel leuke spellen voor de PlayStation Portable uitgekomen, waaronder Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony. Een volledige lijst van alle uitgekomen PlayStation spellen vind je hier.

Titel /10 Synopsis
Ape Academy 6.1 Slapping some of the dizzy Ape Escape energy over an easily anticipated collection of minigames makes for a mildly entertaining experience, but not a very long one.
Arthur and the Minimoys 7.0 Because of its high production values, fans of the movie may enjoy this movie tie-in, but the epic scope of the adventure is hampered by the unoriginal gameplay.
Arthur Maclean’s Mercury 7.8 There’s no denying the kind of quirky, addictive charm that Mercury’s gameplay has to offer.
Assassin’s Creed Bloodlines 5.0 Bloodlines offers a few good moments, but it fails to capture the joy of its console brethren.
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Burnout Legends 9.0 Burnout Legends is the best racer the PSP has to offer, and any PSP owner should definitely check it out.
Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles 8.0 Taken together, the three games included in Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles make up a compelling package.
Crush 8.5 Crush is a one-of-a-kind action puzzle game, and its unique concept makes for a refreshing and bizarre experience.
Daxter 9.1 The pint-sized Daxter is every bit as good as its console counterparts, bringing all the best elements of the action-platformer Jak games fluidly to the PSP.
De Sims 2 6.1 The Sims 2 for the PSP has some genuinely good concepts, but they’re buried under the game’s issues, both minor and major.
Disney Pixar Ratatouille 6.5 Complex levels and a lengthy quest almost make up for the game’s derivative design.
Dissidia Final Fantasy 8.5 This role-playing/fighting hybrid is more than just fan service: it is a fun and flashy game that keeps on giving.
Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony 6.8 Throne of Agony gets the basics of a good dungeon crawler right, but an oversimplification of the gameplay and some annoying bugs drag it down.
Everybody’s Golf 8.0 With its bite-sized premise, hugely compelling one-more-go appeal and negligible loading times, Everybody’s Golf is without question one of our favourite PSP titles.
Exit 8.0 Those exhausted with puzzle-genre conventions will find Exit to be a fun and inventive brainteaser with a wonderful sense of style.
Gradius Collection 8.2 More than a decade’s worth of games from Konami’s classic space shoot-‘em-up series is contained in this great collection, which offers plenty of intense action, not just nostalgia.
Gran Turismo 7.5 This GT5 appetizer is a very good driving game in its own right, especially if you have friends to enjoy it with.
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories 8.6 Liberty City Stories has its share of minor issues, but it gets enough of the GTA look and feel in there to be an exciting portable game overall.
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories 8.4 Vice City Stories is more like a sidestep for the franchise–it’s a great deal of typical GTA fun, but doesn’t really move the series forward in any meaningful way.
Jeanne d’Arc 8.0 History is turned on its head with a great story and compelling gameplay that keeps the tempo moving.
Lego Batman The Video Game 6.5 Obtuse puzzles may hinder your enjoyment, but Lego Batman is still fun with a friend.
Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4  8.0 The Lego rendition of The Boy Who lived is a seriously charming take on the life of a wizard, with loads of gameplay variety and an emphasis on discovery.
Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy 7.7 The gameplay hasn’t changed dramatically, but better source material makes Lego Star Wars II a better game than its predecessor.
Little Big Planet 8.0 Little Big Planet PSP successfully captures the essence of the original, and boasts its own excellent level design and gameplay refinements to boot.
LocoRoco 7.7 LocoRoco oozes charm for days, but the gameplay is a little too singularly focused for its own good.
Lumines Puzzle Fusion 9.0 Between the beautiful presentation, the innovative gameplay, and the excellent single-player and multiplayer modes, Lumines may very well be the greatest Tetris-style puzzle game since Tetris itself.
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker 9.0 Snake’s latest PSP outing is slick, enjoyable, and stuffed with content.
Monster Hunter: Freedom 6.5 By neglecting to address the fundamental problems of the original and slicing out the online play, Monster Hunter Freedom negates the few improvements it makes to its PlayStation 2 predecessor.
Monster Hunter: Freedom 2 5.0 The latest entry in Capcom’s ambitious role-playing series sets out to hunt monsters, but only manages to shoot itself in the foot.
Persuit Force Extreme Justice 7.5 An action-packed story mode and plenty of extras make Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice a worthy sequel to one of the PSP’s more innovative action games.
Peter Jackson’s King Kong 7.0 A respectable version of the game that offers short bursts of what really worked in the console games.
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Practical Intelligence Quotient 7.0 It’s highly dubious as a measurable test of your logical mind, but PQ can still be a fun, challenging puzzle game.
Prince of Persia Revelations 7.4 Sound bugs and loading times mar an otherwise great translation of Warrior Within to a portable platform.
Prince of Persia Rival Swords 8.1 Aside from being a great portable translation of Two Thrones, Rival Swords packs several worthwhile additions that sweeten the deal.
Sid Meier’s Pirates! 9.2 This is a triumphant remake of a classic strategy game, featuring an intoxicating blend of action, strategy, role-playing, and pure fun.
Socom U.S. Navy Seals: Fireteam Bravo 2 8.3 Fireteam Bravo 2 delivers a solid single-player campaign backed up by a fully-featured online multiplayer game, making it one of the best shooters on the PSP.
Sonic Rivals 6.9 Sonic Rivals keeps it simple and offers plenty of high-speed thrills, though it also has its share of frustrating moments.
The Lord of the Rings: Tactics 6.5 Middle-earth’s forces of good and evil are a perfect fit for a turn-based strategy game, but this one doesn’t put them to particularly good use.
The Simpsons Game 7.0 The gameplay might not be anything special, but The Simpsons Game delivers more than enough laughs to make it worth a look.
Tom Glancy’s Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 8,7 GRAW2 offers up a better, though shorter, single-player game than its predecessor. But the bulk of its gameplay can be found in its impressive multiplayer game.
Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade 6.9  It’s a by-the-numbers hack-and-slash without much personality.
Untold Legends: The Warrior’s Code 6.9 It’s a better hack-and-slash experience than Brotherhood of the Blade, but The Warrior’s Code is still only suitable for dedicated fans of hack-and-slash dungeon crawlers.
Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth 7.5 Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth is a solid port of a one-of-a-kind role-playing game that is endlessly appealing to genre fans who are looking for something different, but it’s a bit too dense for everyone else.
Wipeout Pure 8.8 Wipeout Pure is a joy to look at, and it’s viscerally satisfying enough to please fans of the series and new players alike.
World Series of Poker: Tournament of Champion 6.4 The things Tournament of Champions does well aren’t quite enough to make it stand out from the many, many other poker games available.

Bij het verzamelen van spellen zijn Marktplaats en eBay goede bronnen. Let er wel op om de spellen bij voorkeur niet individueel op te kopen, maar in een verzameling. Op die manier is het mij gelukt om 15 topspellen voor 30 euro binnen te halen, waarvan de helft nog in plastic was verpakt. Ook voor de consoles zelf is het opletten: een gangbare prijs voor een losse console in goede staat, in doos, met adapter, geheugenkaart en beschermhoes is ongeveer 40 euro, maar een nog veel scherpere prijs is mogelijk als je bij de oudere advertenties zoekt en een goed bod uitbrengt.


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