November 23, 2009

Tekken 6 PSP Coming This November 24

Namco Bandai has announced that the development of Tekken 6 for PlayStation Portable console has been completed. This fighting franchise game will be available starting November 24 in U.S. stores. Tekken 6 (PSP) would also be available through PlayStation Network for PSPgo on December for $40 (Rs. 1,920 approx.). Tekken 6 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles is already available.

Tekken is 14-year old fighting multi-platform franchise game which arrives on PSP again after Tekken Resurrection. Action packed Tekken 6 promises robust gameplay and large roster of characters. Arcade, Story, Time Attack, Survival and Gold Rush are the five game modes to test the might of the players. The game also offers character specific storyline for the 40 playable characters and customization items.

The game features 18 battle stages in all and the PSP version will support ad-hoc multiplayer in additional four stages through the adhocParty online service for PSP. However, the adhocParty service is available only in Japan and U.S. Players would also be able to transfer ghost data to fight against players who aren't connected.

This game might be available in India next month or in January 2010. The Indian pricing remains unknown at this moment.


November 19, 2009

Assassin's Creed Bloodlines is Finally Here

Ubisoft's fired out a final launch trailer for PSP-exclusive Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines, which releases alongside the home console sequel this Friday.

The handheld version, as you can see, carries on the story of the original game's protagonist, Altair and probably contains even more plot revelations to confuse and baffle the fans.

Download Assassin's Creed Bloodlines now:
Part 1 : [Rar: 190 MB]
Part 2 : [Rar: 190 MB]
Part 3 : [Rar: 135 MB]
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source: CVG &

November 18, 2009

Special PSP For Kingdom Hearts in Japan

Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep

Square Enix is kicking off the new year over in Japan with Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep for the PSP. If you've been keeping up with the RPG giant's Japanese PSP releases, you'll know what this means: limited edition PSP time!

The Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Kingdom Hearts Edition bundle combines a copy of Birth by Sleep with a special PSP-3000 unit. The PSP is silver, with a black frame and a bunch of Kingdom Hearts logos on its front and back.

Importers should set aside 22,000 yen for the bundle. This is a savings of about 900 yen over buying the game and a standard PSP-3000 system separately.


November 17, 2009

Monster Hunter Unite, Gran Turismo PSP - Online Multiplayer via PlayStation 3 adhocParty

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite PSP Gran Turismo PSP

Sony has revealed that the PlayStation 3's "adhocParty" functionality will debut in North America later this month, allowing those that own both a PlayStation 3 and PSP to play portable games like Gran Turismo PSP and Monster Hunter Freedom online.

Supporting only certain titles, the adhocParty service essentially transforms the PlayStation 3 into an online access point, which then enables the ad hoc multiplayer of compatible PSP games to be played across the internet instead of locally.

Sony is billing adhocParty as a "new social gaming service," with Capcom North America and Europe's COO Mark Beaumont noting that "at last, Monster Hunter fans will be able to adventure together, regardless of where they are in North America."


November 16, 2009

LittleBigPlanet PSP Jam Session Winners Announced

Little Big Planet PSP

Sony recently held a competition at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. This "Jam Session" for LittleBigPlanet PSP challenged creators to make awesome LBP levels featuring San Francisco architectural landmarks. At the end of the two day contest, only one team would win.

The five landmark entries included Alcatraz, Coit Tower, Golden Gate Bridge, Powell Street and Cable Cars, and the Victorian neighborhoods. The winners of the contest are Nathan Bryan, Desiree Ong, and Doanna Neville of the Powell Street and Cable Cars. For their prize, they will each receive a PSP Go, a copy of LBP PSP, and their level will be a featured level when the game launches. The rest of the competitors will each receive a copy of LBP PSP.

Download Little Big Planet PSP now:
Part 1 : [Rar : 200 MB]
Part 2 : [Rar : 200 MB]
Part 3 : [Rar : 200 MB]
Part 4 : [Rar : 200 MB]
Part 5 : [Rar : 200 MB]
Part 6 : [Rar: 200 MB]
Part 7 : [Rar: 85.9 MB]
Password: hako

source: &

November 15, 2009

adhocParty Coming Soon to PSP

adhocParty PSP

Adhoc multiplayer mode won't be the bane of PSP owners who want the global reach of infrastructure mode anymore. If they have PS3s, that is. Sony has finally announced that Adhoc Party is coming to North America.

For those who haven't heard of it, Adhoc Party is a free PS3 app that lets PSP owners connect to a PS3 through Wi-Fi and play adhoc-only games over the Internet. Can't find companions nearby for a Monster Hunter run? With Adhoc Party, you can look for party members from halfway 'round the globe.

The app also supports voice chat if you have a PlayStation Eye wireless headset.

The only thing that puts a damper in the festivities is that apart from saying that it's coming soon, Sony hasn't revealed a launch date yet. Still, great news. It's about damn time that they announce this, really, what with the number of big adhoc-only PSP games that have come out (and are about to come out).


November 11, 2009

Vagrant Story Will Come Soon for PSP

Vagrant Story

It seems PlayStation games are getting some attention for PSP handheld recently. Now, Square Enix's classic RPG game, Vagrant Story will come soon for PSP. I can tell that this game is a big hit on PlayStation and it really is a great game in my opinion.

Vagrant Story was released on the Japanese PSN quite a while ago.

It was originally believed that the game would arrive as early as next week, but Square Enix has since confirmed otherwise. No official date has been given right now, but hopefully it will arrive soon. Who knows? Maybe it'll even give the PSN version of Final Fantasy VII a run for its money.

November 09, 2009

PSP Game Release November 2009

This is a list of the PSP game that are released or to be release for November 2009. I hope you all will be glad with the games this month.

Ghostbusters PSP
Ghostbusters: The Video Game

Genre: Action/Adventure

Genre: Kids

SpongBob's Truth or Square
SpongBob's Truth or Square
Genre: Action/Adventure

Buzz!:Quiz World
Buzz!:Quiz World
Genre: Puzzle

LocoRoco Midnight Carnival
LocoRoco Midnight Carnival
Genre: Action/Adventure

Fat Princess
Fat Princess
Genre: Action, Strategy

Jak and Daxter:The Lost Frontier
Jak and Daxter:The Lost Frontier
Genre: Action/Adventure

Little Big Planet PSP
Little Big Planet PSP
Genre: Adventure

Gravity Crash PSP
Gravity Crash PSP
Genre: Shoot 'em Up

Pro Evolution Soccer 2010
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010
Genre: Sports

Assassin's Creed:Bloodlines
Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines
Genre: Action/Adventure

SOCOM: U.S. Navy Seals Fireteam Bravo 3
SOCOM: U.S. Navy Seals Fireteam Bravo 3
Genre: FPS

Tekken 6
Tekken 6
Genre: Fighting

source: &

November 07, 2009

LittleBigPlanet 2 would be "counterproductive"

Media Molecule has said developing a sequel to LittleBigPlanet is not on the agenda because it would fragment the community, on which the game is so heavily focused.

Level designer Danny Leaver said: "We'd never want to do that. That'd be the most counterproductive thing you could do I think."

Little Big Planet PSP

MM has released regular DLC updates for the PS3-exclusive platformer, ranging from Sackboy suits and new sticker packs to more substantial expansions like the MGS Level Pack, and more of that seems to be the plan.

"I think what you've seen so far from LittleBigPlanet, that's the way it's going to continue," producer Martin Lynagh told Critical Gamer.

LittleBigPlanet PSP is due for release in US on November 17, with a UK release expected around the same time. Look out for a full review later today.

source: CVG

November 04, 2009

Jak and Daxter: The Lost Frontier Game Review

Jak and DaxterPublisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Developer: High Impact Games
# of Players: 1 Player
Platform: PSP
Genre: Action, Adventure
ESRB: 10+
Release Date: November 3, 2009

Game Descrtiption: Our cartoonishly heroic duo finds themselves exploring the most distant areas of their world, where they discover the areas where the legendary Precursors stopped building the planet. With a new perspective into the inner workings of their world, they learn that the Eco -- the magical essence that flows through the world -- is dramatically out of balance. Their job, of course, is to restore it.

Jak is back! One of Sony's quirkiest duos continues their story onward from Jak III, as the stalwart and wise-cracking heroes struggle to uncover more secrets of the eco. Sky pirates, huge cities and plenty of other exotic platform-filled locations await platformer fans.

Jak and Daxter

  • Fun, classic platforming gameplay, with plenty of aerial levels
  • Looks and sounds great
  • Surprising level of ship customization
  • Some serious camera issues
  • Occasionally very difficult -- partly because of the camera
  • Nothing new here

Download Jak and Daxter The Lost Frontier now:
Part 1 : [Rar : 199 MB]
Part 2 : [Rar : 199 MB]
Part 3 : [Rar : 199 MB]
Part 4 : [Rar : 199 MB]
Part 5 : [Rar : 79.6 MB]
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source: g4tv &

November 03, 2009

PSXE Poll Update: Who Says Stories Aren't Important?

Metal Gear Solid 4

If this doesn't prove that PSX Extreme has a very unique community, absolutely nothing does.

While we all know that gameplay is always the most important factor in any video game (this is an interactive hobby, after all), we wanted to know what you guys considered to be the second most important element. And we were certain that graphics would run away with the most votes this week; we can guarantee it would at most every other major gaming site on the 'Net. But we kinda forgot how many RPG fans we've got around here, and just how excited many of you are about upcoming games like Heavy Rain and Final Fantasy XIII. Oh, and let's not forget that Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots, a game that was essentially defined by its outstanding story, is also greatly beloved 'round these parts. Graphics did come in third and it was sort of close, but the fact that story is so important to so many should only prove to developers that we really do appreciate quality scripts, excellent character development, and well-implemented and choreographed cut-scenes.

This week, considering that Bayonetta has been in the news a lot, we're just gonna ask: who do you think is the hottest video game vixen of the generation thus far? Of course, we can only give you 10 options so we can't satisfy everyone but we tried to hit the highlights. And while we realize that girls like Bayonetta and Madison from Heavy Rain haven't graced our TV screens just yet, it's plenty easy to check 'em out...Madison has been topless already, remember? So who gets your vote? And oh yeah, because all the Dead or Alive girls are designed to be perfect, they're all included in one category.

source: PSXE Poll Update: Who Says Stories Aren't Important? - PSP News

November 02, 2009

Armored Core 3 Portable

Armored Core 3

Here you go again for those who loves fighting robots since PlayStation. Armored Core is back and is now available on PSP. I do agree that this game is very addicting because of its graphics and game features. Providing your robot more powerful equipments to fight brutally on different battle terrain. Here is a video worth watching if you are curious what it looks like on PSP:

If you want Armored Core 3 Portable, you can get it here for free:
Part 1 [RAR: 171MB]
Part 2 [RAR: 116MB]
Password: hako

(This free download is brought to you by Hako)