Mortal Kombat: Unchained (PSP)
Fighting 15 November 2006
Mortal Kombat: Unchained is a game from the legendary series of extremely brutal battles that started in the first half of the 1990s.
Tekken 6 (PSP)
Fighting 24 November 2009
Another installment in a series of popular fighting games and the first one to be released on platforms other than PlayStation. The plot has its roots in the events of Tekken 5. Jin Kazama is the new antagonist here - the great-grandson of Jinpachi Mishima, who took control over Mishima Zaibatsu. G Corporation led by his father is the only thing standing in his way to obtain the absolute power. Soon, the sixth edition of King of Iron Fist Tournament is announced. Tekken 6 offers over forty playable fighters, including nearly all of the characters from Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection and eight new ones. Each fighter has their own style based on real world martial arts and requiring the player to employ different tactics. Among the innovations, the players will find the ability to block aerial attacks and the Rage System, allowing the players to prevent their fighter from losing. Battles take place on three-dimensional arenas with destructible elements.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact (PSP)
Fighting 27 September 2011
Another installment in the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja series developed by Cyberconnect 2 and Bandai Namco, specifically for the PlayStation Portable handhelds. Based on the popular manga series by Masashi Kishimoto, the game follows the adventure of the titular ninja that gets thrown into the midst of incredible events once a great war breaks out. The plot encompasses most of the episodes belonging to the original TV series. The game offers over 20 characters the fans of the franchise are familiar with - those differ in their skills, which can be additionally developed as the player progresses. The game features several different modes, such as Story Battle (the story mode), Versus Battle (1 on 1 duel against the AI or another player) or Tag Battle, which is a cooperation-based variant (for two players). All of this is complemented by cel-shaded graphics typical for this franchise. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Impact introduces new camera angles to the in-game boss fights.
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 (PSP)
Fighting 11 May 2010
The third full-fledged installment in a series of popular fighting games available exclusively for PlayStation Portable. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 3 is the first installment to be based on the events depicted in the second season of the original anime series. The story encompassed by the game goes on until the encounter with members of the Akatsuki organization, offering two separate types of stages - the classic duels labelled as Battle, and challenges belonging to the Action category, requiring the player to run away from various dangers. As usual, the game features a wide set of characters making use of various attacks and special techniques, as well as different items, such as shurikens or poisonous bombs. Fighting takes place in two layers - the foreground and the background, with the player being able to switch between them freely. What is new in this installment, is the introduction of the local multiplayer mode for up to 4 players. In the Master Road mode, the player can invite two friends in order to play the game as a team.
Yakuza Black Panther 2 (PSP)
Fighting 22 March 2012
The dynamic combination of walking beat and action RPG is back on Sony's portable console. Yakuza Black Panther 2 is a continuation of a series about the fate of the dark world in Japan, street fights of gangs and love and honour.
Tekken: Dark Resurrection (PSP)
Fighting 25 July 2006
Tekken: Dark Resurrection at PSP is the next installment of the legendary fighting series that Namco is responsible for creating. The model for the pocket edition was a special edition of Tekken 5, available only on slot machines.
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes (PSP)
Fighting 28 August 2007
A side installment in the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja franchise based on popular manga series; the game was created by Cyberconnect 2, specifically for owners of the PlayStation Portable hand-helds. Despite the game belonging to the main branch of this franchise, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes features some significant differences. Among them, the largest novelty is the opportunity to fight in teams of three - this applies both to solo experience and the multiplayer mode which utilizes Wi-Fi. The game features eight interactive arenas and 20 playable fighters defined by their various abilities, special attacks and fighting styles. Completing subsequent missions, the player can develop their character's skills and unlock new ones. In doing so, one can upgrade particular types of punches, throws or parries. Doing this is also rewarded with different power-ups that are useful in action.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy (PSP)
Fighting 18 December 2008
Dissidia: Final Fantasy is an arcade fight with Final Fantasy characters in the leading roles, prepared by the Square-Enix development team. The plot of the game depicts the struggle of a group of heroes who try to restore harmony in the Universe, disrupted by the conflict between the deities - the Cosmos and Chaos. The title was published on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Final Fantasy brand.
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2 - The Phantom Fortress (PSP)
Fighting 24 June 2008
A sequel of the PSP spin-off of the Naruto fighting game series, based on the popular manga and anime series by Masashi Kishimoto. The game was developed by Japanese studio Cyberconnect2, and it follows the adventures of the teenage ninja, who has the spirit of the Fox Demon sealed within him. Compared to its predecessor, the gameplay hasn't changed much, and you can fight either alone or in teams of three, the members of which you can choose from twenty available characters. In combat, you can use shurikens, standard and strengthened attacks, and special jutsu (techniques), which use up the chakra energy. The biggest novelty in Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2: The Phantom Fortress is the Mugenjo mode, in which you climb a hundred-story tower and complete challenges on each floor.
Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny (PSP)
Fighting 27 August 2009
Soulcalibur: Destiny Broken is an arcade fight created for the technical capabilities of the PlayStation Portable handheld console by Namco Bandai developers. The game is based on solutions characteristic for the whole Soulcalibur series. Players then direct the actions of the duelling heroes using a variety of weapons in fantastic arenas. The creators foresaw several variants of fun, including versus, arcade and survival modes.
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger (PSP)
Fighting 25 February 2010
HD beating in the full sense of the word. Twelve warriors, extensive combat styles and a refined multiplayer mode are the most important features of BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. For the new versions of the game, the authors have developed a number of new elements: a more dynamic musical setting, backgrounds, as well as Story Mode, in which we learn the story of each of the twelve characters.
Dissidia 012: Duodecim Final Fantasy (PSP)
Fighting 03 March 2011
Dissidia 012: The Final Fantasy Duodecim is a continuation of the Dissidia: Final Fantasy skillful fight, published on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Final Fantasy brand. The plot of the game focuses on the conflict between the Cosmos, the goddess of peace and harmony, and Chaos, the god of discord. Players have the opportunity to direct the actions of their favourite Final Fantasy characters, summoned by the swaying deities. The game was produced by Square-Enix's development team.
Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team (PSP)
Fighting 19 October 2010
A fighting game developed by Bandai Namco. The action is set in the Dragon Ball universe created by Akira Toriyama. For the first time in the history of the franchise, the players can take part in two-member team (the eponymous Tag Team) fights. It applies to both multiplayer, where up to four fighters can compete, and the story campaign for solo players (in this case, the opposing team is controlled by the AI). The plot of Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team draws inspiration from the Dragon Ball Z TV series, letting us face such iconic villains as Cell or Freezer. The game also features additional modes, including Dragon Walker Mode in which we participate in a series of subsequent fights. The title is characterized by high-quality graphics that are strongly inspired by the works of the legendary Japanese cartoonist.
Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai - Another Road (PSP)
Fighting 20 March 2007
Another installment in a series of fighting games developed by Dimps Corporation specifically for PlayStation Portable. The game was based on the popular manga series by Akira Toriyama. A story mode is the core of the game, focusing on Trunks - the son of Vegeta and Bulma. Shin Budokai - Another World offers six game modes and the player can assume control of one of 18 characters from the animated series, including such fighters as Goku, Piccolo, Broly or Buu. The gameplay formula is based on spectacular duels requiring the player to make use of different attacks and abilities. Each of the in-game characters can transform, obtaining an alternative form, as well as gaining access to new, more powerful abilities, such as the iconic Kamehameha. Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai - Another World offers high-quality 3D visuals that remain faithful to the art style Toriyama has been popular for.
Fighting Force 2 (PSP)
Fighting 19 October 2011
Digital reissue of the third-person action game Fighting Force 2, which was originally released in 1999 on PlayStation and Dreamcast consoles. In the game we play Hawk Manson, known from the original, who is sent on a secret mission to a company suspected of cloning people. Compared to its predecessor, the title departs slightly from the classic "beat 'em up" genre, offering much more shooting elements.
Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max (PSP)
Fighting 07 February 2006
Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max belongs to a popular series of combat games, present on the electronic and entertainment market since the second half of the eighties of the 20th century. This product is an improved version of the item, which appeared in 1998 in salons with arcade machines.
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II (PSP)
Fighting 31 March 2011
Extended version of BlazBlue: Continuum Shift, a two-dimensional fight by Arc System Works. The production had previously been released on arcade slot machines, celebrating triumphs in gaming salons.
Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects (PSP)
Fighting 04 October 2005
Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects is an action game created on the initiative of Electronic Arts. The program tells of the adventures of a new group of superheroes called The Imperfects ("The Imperfects"), who fight against the greatest characters from Marvel's comic books.
Def Jam: Fight for NY: The Takeover (PSP)
Fighting 28 August 2006
Def Yam: Fight for NY: The Takeover is a representative of brutal hip-hop fights. The idea of the game, i.e. the physical confrontation of rap stars, remains unchanged, but the plot of the game takes us to the period before the events known from Def Jam: Vendetta. We learn from it, among other things, how D-Mob climbed to the summit and began to rule the underground world of New York.
Street Fighter Alpha 2 (PSP)
Fighting 04 June 2009
The second installment of the Street Fighter Alpha sub-series, a continuation of Capcom's best-selling series of two-dimensional battles. A gallery of characters known from the first part of the series returns in the game, although there are also a few new ones. The creators also introduced a number of modifications to the combat mechanics known from the original.
Dragon Ball Evolution (PSP)
Fighting 19 March 2009
A fighting game created by Dimps Corporation, based on the movie of the same title. Both products use the license of a very popular manga created by Akira Toriyama. The players assume the role of Goku, who is tasked with finding the legendary Dragon Balls to save humanity from the evil plans of its longtime adversary – Piccolo. Dragon Ball Evolution contains a Story Mode, where subsequent encounters are separated by numerous cut-scenes, Arcade Mode that involves continuous duels, and Mission Mode – a special mode that gives the player a number of various challenges. The game features characters that appeared in the feature film, starting with Goku, Bulma, Chi Chi, and ending with Oozaru, Roshi, and the aforementioned Piccolo. The production is a very loose adaptation of the manga series, with the animated characters exchanged with their movie version played by the actors. As a result, the game sports rather average visuals.
Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai (PSP)
Fighting 07 March 2006
A fighting game created by Dimps Corporation, specifically for users of PlayStation Portable. Shin Budokai was based on the classic manga series by Akira Toriyama. The experience focuses on spectacular encounters set in various scenery, such as open-air ground, the Budokai arena or the planet Namek. Dragon Road is the main game mode and the plot was inspired by the animated movie Fusion Reborn - the player has to face the evil Janemba. Furthermore, the game offers the Survival Mode, which requires the player to last in fight against several opponents; or Time Attack - here, one has to deal with the adversaries within a specified period of time. Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai features 18 characters from the animated series, such as Goku, Vegeta or Trunks. Each of the in-game characters has their own unique fighting style and an ability to transform, which allows them to make use of more powerful attacks and abilities. In terms of the high-quality visuals present, those remain faithful to the art style Toriyama has been popular for.
Tekken 2 (PSP)
Fighting 22 November 2006
Reedition of the second part of the cult fight from the PS One console. The action of the game takes place 2 years after the events known from its predecessor and concentrates around the next martial arts tournament, in which Kazuya Mishima and his father Heihachi, among others, will once again face each other. The game offers a total of 25 playable characters, including 8 brand new ones. The tactics of combat was significantly expanded, and warriors gained a large array of new plays.
Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower (PSP)
Fighting 24 March 2005
A two-dimensional fight prepared by Capcom, in which vampires, succubus, ghosts and other atrocities clash. The creators have prepared five game modes, among which the standard Arcade Mode cannot be missing.