Based upon a sandals-and-swords movie and comic, 300: March to Glory casts you as a bearded, bare-chested gladiator type named King Leonidas. You're trying to stave off the vast army of the Persian king, Xerxes with a small force of only 300 Spartan warriors. At least, we're told there are 300 of you and zillions of them. In practice, it's typically you and one to three companions hacking maybe six or eight other dudes at a time into hamburger, tops.
Combat is all about chaining heavy, light
Parasite Eve fans have nervously awaited The 3rd Birthday's arrival for quite some time now. Some of us were disappointed when it was announced for PSP, coupled with a vaguely pessimistic outlook because the title, which dropped the Parasite Eve name entirely, suggested it wasn't a full sequel. Despite this, Aya Brea reprises her role as protagonist, and the action-RPG gameplay is mostly intact. It's definitely a different take on the series though, both in gameplay and story...
While a compacted version of Fiddy's gangster-style shooter may sound even scarier, we have some good news: 50 Cent: Bulletproof G-Unit Edition for PSP is vastly superior compared to the PS2 and Xbox versions. The bad news is, that isnt saying much of anything.
The main problem with 50 Cent is that it just has no idea what the hell it wants to do. Its new groove for PSP is a top-down camera, which gives the game an Action RPG feel, similar to hack-n-slash RPGs like (Dungeon Siege, Baldurs
Ever play Bejeweled? Want to risk prolonged eye strain? If the answer to both of those questions is yes, then you may want to seriously consider the new budget-puzzler 7 Wonders of the Ancient World. Playing like a bizarre cross between the famous free PC title and falling asleep in Ancient History class, 7 Wonders might be the ho-hum puzzler fix you need before something better comes along for your PSP.
The gameplay is simple: match three or more of any rune (color/gem) to rack up points and