SNK adds two more of their Arcade Classics to the PlayStation Network today: Chopper I and The Next Space. I've never heard of either, but I love that there's a game called The Next Space.
These both come from the golde... read
This week, two more pre-Neo Geo era arcade classics will come to the PSP and PS3 from SNK. Both Gang Wars and Time Soldiers will be released on the PlayStation Store as Minis, straight from the 1980s to your fancy little fut... read
We often demand to see something new, yet when we do see something new, we become scared. Original concepts and mechanics have a tendency to make our brains hurt. Velocity made my brain hurt, and not just a little, either.
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Sony is slowly but surely filling out the roster of PlayStation Portable games and minis that are available on the PlayStation Vita Store. This new batch, which is out right now, isn't the most glamorous, but they can't all b... read
As part of SNK's new "Arcade Classics" program, old dog SAR - Search and Rescue is on it's way to the Playstation Network. Evidently, back in the day, SNK wasn't sure that people would know what SAR meant, so they included th... read
Physics-based puzzle games have become more popular recently, thanks in no small part to the growing popularity of mobile gaming. While many of those games are clever, entertaining, and a grand way to kill time, they don't al... read feature
If Steam sales and iPhone apps have shown us anything in the past few years, it's that gamers are cheap, and many will buy games for pocket change without hesitation. Enter Frima Studio, a Canadian developer that has be... read
Developer Laughing Jackal is apparently really into zombies and explosions, judging by its new PSP Mini title, OMG-Z. And who isn't, really? The premise of OMG-Z is simple: zombies have infested the world, and it's your job ... read
Sony has expressed a strong desire to improve its digital output going forward, but I still hold doubts about how seriously they are taking the mobile market. However, if this latest news is to be believed, not only is Sony t... read
Good news: The PlayStation Store is back online in North America! Bad news: There's so much new content that was put out all at once that it's simply overwhelming. Not saying it's bad news for the consumer, but it's just a sh... read feature
Sure, the Trollhättan, Sweden-based development team The Bearded Ladies Consulting is a small team. Founded a mere two years ago, at least two members weren't even making games at the time -- one was a liquor store sales... read
While Pac-Man Championship Edition and its new DX follow-up are largely about competing for the top score among friends, I will gladly go for a portable version. Many of you will too. Tomorrow, Pac-Man CE is releasing on Play... read
Simplicity. Sometimes a simplistic concept can be an amazing one. Take this game for example. A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks! takes the shoot 'em up genre and doesn't try to clone geometry wars, doesn't try to ... read feature
iPhone games continue to find their way on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable, as Grip Games and Supermono Studios have announced that it's releasing MiniSquadron as a Minis title in February. MiniSquadron has players... read
Frima Studios, the developer behind the decent PSP Mini title Young Thor has announced its new game, A Space Shooter For Two Bucks!. It's exactly what it sounds like, a game where you pilot a ship in outer space, shooting thi... read
UK indies Mediatonic sure are a busy bunch. Not only did they release a ton of browser games for the likes of Adult Swim and SEGA, as well as mobile games, but their previous PSP Minis title Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princ... read feature
Mediatonic, makers of the very cool Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess, have a new PSP Minis title coming out on October 12th. Who's That Flying?! purportedly combines a side-scrolling shooter with a tower defense ga... read
It's an incredibly simple game with a timeless story. Deep within his haunted castle, The Duke awakes to discover that his princess is nowhere to be found. Clearly, she has been kidnapped by a monster and it's up to the dashi... read feature
A few weeks ago, I told my wife she should download Angry Birds HD for the iPad. She did, and I regret recommending it; I haven't seen the iPad since. Now I have to keep both my PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 3 away fro... read
When I saw this announcement, I had to do a double-take. It never occurred to me that a PSP Minis title would ever see the light of day on an Xbox platform. And why should it? But, sure enough, you can get Monsters (probably)... read
N.O.V.A is considered one of the top-tier iPhone games. Gameloft's first-person-shooter not only nailed the controls, it provided a genuine console experience and some pretty impressive graphics. Now PSP and PS3 fans can play... read
Monsters (Probably) Stole My Princess! developer Mediatonic has revealed its next PlayStation Mini title, Who's That Flying?! today. (Get it? "WTF?!")The game is said to be a mix of side-scrolling shooter and tower defense, w... read
Hunting dinosaurs is the manliest form of hunting ever. That makes Carnivores: Dinosaur Hunter the manliest game to hit PSP/PS3 Minis ever.
In it (and I want you all to be ready for this) you hunt dinosaurs with a variety of ... read
Laughing Jackal has announced that its bringing a new rhythm game, Vibes, to PlayStation Minis on June 8. The game will feature 13 music tracks, including classical, J-Pop, psychobilly, and punk. Gameplay looks like it revol... read
What do you think of the PSP Minis. I think they were wannabe DSiWare or App Store apps. Smaller, cheaper bits of software that you were supposed to go nuts over. I have a few, and they're...okay. I didn't need or strongly de... read
Have you been wanting to try out a PSP/PS3 Mini but didn't want to drop the cash? How's $.99 for you? Halfbrick has dropped the price of Echoes on the PlayStation Store to only a buck this week. It was original released in 2... read
Here's a neat little game that's come from nowhere! Sony has just revealed that Freekscape: Escape From Hell is hitting the PlayStation Network this week, and it looks really cool for a mere $4.99!
Freekscape is a cartoony p... read
Breakout is a perfect example of how the simplest games can be the most timeless. In all its many varied forms, it's still the same wonderful, basic experience of breaking blocks and moving on.
Today, a new PSP Mini game... read
I must confess to be among those who are getting very tired of zombie games, but a good undead romp can still win my heart now and again. Halfbrick's Age of Zombies makes no bones about the fact that it is a big dumb zombie s... read feature
"Come with me [to PSP Minis] if you want to live."
It looks like Big Head Games is bringing its iPhone title, The Terminator, to PSP Minis soon. The ESRB recently rated the title for the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 3... read