Jerry from BagoGames says, "Sony hasn't had the best of luck with their handheld devices and some of their biggest franchises died on the PSP, here are those five."
Jak & Daxter went out on a whimper with TLF
Bring back patapon
It's coming back on ps4, in a remaster.
Pon pon pata pon
Chaka Chaka Chaka pon
Interesting little thought piece. I feel like Parasite Eve and Syphon Filter could still have legs.
I hope Parasite Eve does, it is one of my favorite franchises EVER!
That Ghost n Goblins game for the PSP was the ultimate lesson in pain. Capcom should make a collection and bring that game back.
Ultimate Ghosts 'n Goblins was hard as hell, did beat it though... yet I did not, because when finishing the game, it encourage you to play through a second time in order to face off against the real final boss. Never did that... too much pain...
You're a braver soldier than me. There was a part that I just couldnt get past and I gave up im defeat.
They may, we are getting a Disney Afternoon Collection of all their old Disney games, maybe Arthur is next!
It's weird that sony, with that huge success of their consoles and their highly anticipated games, just isn't able to manage to achieve this for a handheld device. Nintendo on the other hand has huge success with their handhelds, while their consoles are mostly awesome imo, but just don't take off sales wise. And ms with all its money and competence in software also is weak in delivering a console and software which cater to a broader audience. I guess every company of the big 3 has to have its weak spots.
Thought about unit 13.
As did I, but it was Zipper Interactive that made Unit 13, which could be considered a spiritual successor to the SOCOM serie. SIE Bend Studio made the Syphon Filter games, who also made Resistance: Retribution for the PSP, an absolute favorite game of mine.
Unit 13 was a blast but was a Vita game.
Street Fighter Alpha Daxter Parasite Eve
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