The 13 Best PSP Games

The 13 Best PSP Games ...

The Nintendo DS'' answer provided many excellent graphics, a visual that reminded players of the PlayStation, and many fantastic games. For Sony, the PSP was the main focus of its handheld days. Unfortunately, no other handheld console from Sony would do as well as the PSP. The PSP Go and PSP Vita lacked many of the games that came with the PSP.

Although PlayStation discontinued making handhelds after the PS Vita, the PSP still has fantastic PlayStation Plus Premium games. Many of the games are dated, but the gameplay remains fairly straightforward. There were a few experiments with PSP, but not every game was groundbreaking. There were also certain titles that would still be enjoyable today.

The following is our list of Sony PSP''s best games.

13) Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake

Fat Princess: A Fistful of Cake is an excellent addition to the Fat Princess series, which is extremely underrated. You would fight enemies from each side and try to steal their princess to stay in your castle in a simple game of capture the flag (princess).

Players could slash trees, upgrade their soldiers and castles, and work together to reach the enemy''s castle. It was difficult, and you would die a lot, but the AI was still a source of trust. While your AI team would follow you if you asked them to, going up against the opponents was still a challenge.

Unfortunately, the series never really caught on and Sony eventually dropped it, but since you cant find Fat Princess anymore on the PlayStation Store, this is the closest you can get to that moment.

12) Dissidia: Final Fantasy

Dissidia: Final Fantasy was hyped before it went viral. Finally, you might use different characters from Final Fantasy and eliminate all of turn-based combat. Instead, you engaged in almost real-time combat with the villains.

During the game, the player had access to the protagonists of the first 10 Final Fantasy games and had to defeat the antagonists. It felt like a shamblesh introspection and high-paced action. Currently, a PS4 sequel to this game is available, which includes many more characters, but was later enhanced by this.

11) God of War: Chains of Olympus

There isn''t much to say about God of War: Chains of Olympus, except that it was God of War on the PSP. This game was packed with all of the fast-paced hack-and-slash action found in the mainline series games, all in one neat package on your PSP. Despite platforming and puzzles, players spent the majority of the game killing enemies in Greece.

This is when Kratos served the gods and was not actively trying to kill them all as the story progresses. Players will see how powerful Kratos was before the events of God of War.

10) Assassins Creed: Bloodlines

After Assassins Creed, Altair travels to Cyprus to destroy the remains of the Templar Order. Maria Thorpe, his ex-wife, was killed in the first game because she was not his target, but now finds her as an adversary in Cyprus.

As Altair prepares to battle the Templars, the game also reveals Maria Thorpe''s romance. After they turned against her when her husband died, she was discovered disillusioned with the Templar Order. This is how Ubisoft established up Ezio Auditore De Firenzes'' ancestry.

As with the first game, players will find all of the same combat and mission types, although they can be scaled back because the hardware would not have handled a large game.

9) Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

Chinatown Wars brings players back to Liberty City as they take on the role of Huang Lee, a member of the Triad who wants to retrieve his grandfather''s sword, which was stolen. This starts quite simple but escalates, putting the player in the midst of a power conflict between the Triads.

Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars was quite an experimental game, with slightly improved graphics. The game was praised, but it wasn''t as good as Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories, which was released earlier.

In most Grand Theft Auto games, players have the same freedom, so you may go on a rampage if you want.

8) Valkyria Chronicles II

Valkaria Chronicles is a series that fails to get the attention it deserves. The second-person war strategy game, which doesn''t sound all that fun, but it is so effective. Instead of carrying out whole forces, players must position a squad well and take risks associated with the conflict.

The combat is excellent, but the RPG aspects keep you engaged. Players may feel bonded with each other as they level them up and make each one unique. Losing a soldier is also a disappointment, and it is much better than most war games.

7) X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse

Players may play both the Brotherhood of Mutants and the X-Men in the first game. With the addition of a party-based mechanic, X-Men might encounter many of the characters.

While simultaneously attacking enemies, players may focus on the X-Men they liked and make combos with other members of their party. As part of the plot, the X-Men collaborated with the Brotherhood of Mutants to save Professors X and Polaris, which was interesting but basically an excuse for them to control the bad mutants.

6) SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo

The SOCOM: The US Navy SEALs series was not a first-person shooter, but focuses on fast-paced action. Instead, players were challenged to be tactic and sneak their way through each mission, killing enemies without getting caught and working together as a team.

This type of gameplay on the PSP worked very well because the game only required pressing R to aim, thus the aim issues of handhelds were completely avoided. The game was much popular, which at the time was rare for handhelds, earning it the admiration of fans.

5) The Warriors

The Warriors was initially developed for PlayStation 2 and Xbox, but the PSP version proved that the console was capable of handling full-fledged games. The Warriors felt better on the PSP than the PlayStation 2 and was a fantastic game to own on the handheld.

Each character''s identity was before being followed by the game. There is a free roam option for players to control the characters theyve unlocked and cause distress without any restrictions. There was also a gang brawl mode that was very popular among players.

4) Marvel: Ultimate Alliance

Many Marvel characters came together to fight evil in a way that would not become common until the Avengers films. At the time, bringing superheroes from different comics was groundbreaking. Despite their differences, they always strive to work together.

This RPG system made this game more interesting. Characters could be leveled up and increased to level 99, becoming overpowered. This type of dedication was extraordinarily challenging because it took hours to reach level 99 (unless you were cheating).

Final Fantasy Tactics: The Lions'' War

Final Fantasy Tactics, which was one of the best PlayStation games, was captivating, and the turn-based combat suited the fantasy world. Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions brought the game to PSP, posing excellent scenes.

Ramza is a powerful in a society in which commoners rise. Ramza feels encumbered between honoring his heritage and helping the people, and it''s never easy to say one side is right. Despite its age, this is a remaster that continues to excel.

2) Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker

Unlike other metal Gear Solid games, Peace Walker is also a great PSP game. Big Boss is in his newest attempt to establish an army without borders, and players may recruit soldiers, build bases, and use them in mission to earn money.

This story was amazing, as he tried to combat the oppression and made his own Metal Gear. The game is a sequel to Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pains. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker has since created a number of the best games in the series.

1) Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories was a fantastic presentation for players who were assigned to playing Victor Vance, a minor character in the movie. The prequel for Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories is a showment that depicts Vance two years earlier as a soldier who is deported and later becomes the leader of a criminal organization.

Grand Theft Auto: Vice City''s criminal enterprise mechanics is extremely fun and improves. Many players found it more enjoyable to take over their businesses and invest in their empires than to play through the game all at once. The criminal empire magnate from Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories must have been in other games because it was gold.