Gaming Age writes: "Ever since its inception, I thought the PSP was going to be an RPG rich console. Great screen real estate, powerful graphics for a handheld, and plenty of disc capacity. Playing chunks of RPGs while on the road, waiting for appointments, or laying in bed at night always seemed like a great idea. The DS has received a ton of RPGs, few of which are really high quality affiars, but the PSP does not have either the abundance nor the quality. Along comes a new Atlus RPG with little to no fanfare, no big name to market, and without a well known developer behind it, Crimson Gem Saga. Even though the name could be mistaken for a match-3 puzzle game, what we get is a very high quality, turn-based RPG."