Rockstar’s latest offering is finally available for the PSP after being pushed back. The game is much like its bigger brothers with slight modifications such as a new quick race mode and wireless multiplayer. Overall the game seems to be just like the original version – slow load time and all. Racing fans of all ages will definitely not be disappointed when on the go with this game. Tackle on the career mode and trick out your ride or do a quickie whenever you want – no need to coax it either. The game is out now and can be yours in exchange for $49.99.
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Right now we are in a bit of a quiet time in Playstation Portable land where we are waiting for the next batch of games to come out after the initial release of at launch game or near at launch games. There are a handful of really good games out for the PSP, and the one racing game that really stands out is Ridge Racer by Namco. Check out our full review after the jump.
EA Games has announced that they will be bringing the hit series Burnout to the PSP. Burnout has been a popular game from day one being known for it’s speed, aggressive driving, and of course the crashes. The new installment, Burnout Legends, will consist of key features from the first three games as well as some exclusive features for the PSP title. This game will have 8 game play modes, a WiFi mode, and a Game Share mode allowing you to share a demo level with a friend if they don’t have to game. Burnout Legends will be displayed at E3 and we will make sure to give you the update from there.
“Burnout Legends is the perfect quick gaming fix for the PSP,” said Alex Ward, creative director, Criterion Games. “As anyone who’s played Burnout can tell you, a quick 30 second crash junction can be just as satisfying as a two-hour multiplayer session – and that’s the hallmark of a perfect PSP game.”
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