Capcom has confirmed that it is to release Ultimate Ghosts 'n Goblins for PSP this summer, and has sent over a lovely selection of spooky screens.
The reworking of the classic 2D scrolling action game, previously known as Extreme Ghouls 'n Ghosts, is being directed by the creator of the original game, Tokurou Fujiwara.
As always, it stars intrepid knight Arthur as he battles and hops his way through legions of lance-wielding evil creatures.
The game has maintained its fierce difficulty but
Rumors are circulating that Sony is planning to bring out an enhanced version of its handheld console, PSP, which will have 8GB of NAND flash.
Flash memory is the preferred use of memory storage for many portable items as it doesn't require any power to store the information on the chip. NAND flash is a highly durable type of flash memory which offers very quick erase and write times, making is suitable for use with PSP.
Sony has reached an agreement with Samsung - who will be providing the
Eidos has revealed that British TV star Keeley Hawes will be providing the plummy tones for Lara Croft in the almost-here-and-damn-we-can't-wait Tomb Raider: Legend.
The British actress is most well known for her performance as Zoe Reynolds in the BBC spy drama Spooks but also appeared in Tipping the Velvet and most recently A Cock and Bull Story with Steve Coogan. Which is to say, she's well known to folks in the UK. Here in the US, there was a long pause, someone said "So, it's that chick
Karima Adebibe, an unknown model and Top Shop sales assistant (apparently, UK folks know what this is), has been announced as the new face of Lady Lara Croft, the tomb-raiding adventuress and one of the most recognizable video game icons alongside Mario and Sonic the Hedgehog.
The "real-life" Lara - who follows in the footsteps of beauties like Rhona Mitra, Nell McAndrew and Tomb Raider film star Angelina Jolie - has a daunting schedule to look forward to.
Karima will kick off with an SAS
As we revealed only a few days ago, Tekken is coming to PSP. Now it's been confirmed for a Western release, with these screenshots displaying how the fisticuffs will look on Sony's handheld.
The palm-top Iron Fist Tournament is due to break out in the summer, so you'd better get started on some rigorous finger exercises. We'll have more info on how Sony has squeezed the classic beat-'em-up onto PSP very soon.
We've gathered some screenshots for Loco Roco, which Sony has announced will hit PSP this summer.
A joyfully simple game, you're responsible for guiding grinning, jelly-like blobs - the Loco Roco - through snowy mountain peaks and moist jungles, while avoiding anything sharp and pokey.
Loco Roco uses PSP's shoulder buttons to tilt the levels and roll the blobby characters through the environments. By gobbling fruit scattered around the levels your Loco Roco will balloon in size, but bumping
We've extracted some new images from Splinter Cell Essentials, Ubisoft's PSP outing for everyone's favorite gravel-voiced agent, Sam Fisher.
Spanning Sam's colorful and shadow-packed past, Essentials steps in to explain much of the story behind the delayed Splinter Cell Double Agent.
The action kicks off after Fisher's daughter Sarah has died, and Splinter Cell Essentials finds the black-ops member working alongside a group of terrorists ... or so it would seem. Seized by shady government
Midway is bringing its NBA action and lifestyle game to PSP with NBA Ballers: Rebound.
The action is one-on-one streetball as you attempt to guide your created baller from obscurity to superstardom by taking on and beating the best players in the NBA.
There are over a hundred different ways you can customize your aspiring basketballer, then develop his skills against the best in the world. Then each time you defeat an NBA star you'll be rewarded with Ballers Credits which can be used to
Namco is planning the release of Tekken for PSP, according to respected Japanese gaming mag, Famitsu.
If the news is accurate, it confirms earlier rumours that a handheld version of the long-running beat-'em-up was in development for Sony's portable device.
We contacted Sony, who publish the Tekken series in the UK, but were given a straightforward "no comment".
It's unthinkable that Tekken won't appear on PSP at some point and we're fully anticipating an official announcement from Namco
Today Konami fired a broadside of PSP shots and details from its forthcoming WWII naval strategy game, Steel Horizons.
Designed for DS and PSP, the game takes place around the major battles of WWII but offers a fictional set of 20 watery missions and a secret, shadowy enemy who is armed with lots of fancy, futuristic weaponry.
And being positioned midway between Advance Wars and Command & Conquer-style titles, the game mixes both real-time elements and turn-based battling.
Along with the