BT writes: Lets face it, the Sony PSP is dead. It has kicked the bucket. It has cashed in its chips. If we buried it face down, its ass could be used as a bike rack. The Sony PSP has pretty much fallen off the map in the advent of its now “hipper” cousin, the PlayStation Vita, and it has disappeared with nothing more but a silent whimper.
But despite the death gurgles we hear from the system, it still lingers due to the few games trickling down for one last hurrah. One such game is Gungnir, the latest installment in Japanese developer’s Sting Department Heaven series, which includes PSP stalwarts Knights in the Nightmare and Yggdra Union, as well as the underrated ￼Gameboy Advance classic, Riviera: The Promised Land. A strategy RPG at its core, Gungnir is a great swan song for the PlayStation Portable, chock full of tactical goodness despite a boiler plate presentation. 7/10