We've railed on the PSP's analog nub plenty, many a time expressing our disappointment with the portable's numerous attempts at pulling off a decent shooter. Well, the PSP and LucasArts have just delivered a resounding "Shut yo' mouth" pimp slap across our flapping gums with their fairly phenomenal shooter, Star Wars Battlefront: Renegade Squadron.
The lock-on implementation via the right shoulder button works fantastically with the ground controls, for the most part. And the multi-functionality of the L trigger allows players to jump by tapping, run by holding, and a double tab will activate a jet pack. Don't want a jet pack? No problem. The new credit system allows you to customize any character exactly to your liking, whenever you please. The guns, attributes and abilities are ascribed a point value, and you may configure them in any manner of your choosing as long as you stay within the 100 point credit limit.