Sony's portable system is still a hot commodity for fans of gaming on the go. The PlayStation Portable has gone through a few redesigns, the last of which is the PSP-Go, but all of the iterations provide users with quality games and movies. With connectivity to big brother PS3, a library of Sony titles, and the ability to remotely play PS3 titles, the PSP is still a great handheld gaming device.
Kingdom Hearts, the mating of the Final Fantasy universe with Disney's massive imaginings, has always been a strange but beloved franchise. Birth By Sleep, Kingdom Hearts latest outing on the PSP, is also a prequel to the original series, providing backstory for the Kingdom Hearts universe. Birth By Sleep follows the exploits of a trio of Keyblade wielders, Terra, Aqua, and Ventus, as they traverse the Kingdom Hearts locales battling the Unversed.
The fifth Metal Gear Solid game for the PSP and the first to be directed by series creator, Hideo Kojima, Peace Walker continues the saga of Naked Snake, also known as Big Boss, as he battles new foes in Central America. Peace Walker continues the mythos of the Metal Gear Solid series and introduces some multiplayer options for cooperative play.
Kratos' quest for vengeance continues in God of War: Ghost of Sparta, the second God of War title for the PSP. Ghost of Sparta follows Kratos after he has taken Ares' place as God of War and has decided to explore his past to find his kidnapped brother Deimos. Ghost of Sparta takes a good look at Kratos' tortured past and gives the player a look at the reasons behind his rage.
The sequel to the PS3 hit is an innovative mix of real-time and turn-based combat. Valkyria Chronicles 2 takes the series to the PSP and makes the beloved series portable. Two years after Squad 7 defeated their last threat, a group of rebels calling themselves the Gallian Revolutionary Army instigates a new peril against the land and a new group must rise to the challenge.