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hypoBla5t 1,851 posts
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Apologies if there is already a list on this thread, didn't have time to read every page.
Can anyone recommend the best RPGs and SPRGs on PSP for PSV?
And the best Monster Hunter? Would I be able to play any of them online on the PSV?
@hypoBla5t no online with Monster Hunter. Also: http://www.neogaf.com/forum/showthread.php?t=464557
Persona 3 Portable
Trails in the Sky
Valkyria Chronicles 2
Final Fantasy Tactics
For some reason the original Disgaea is not on the market place. And also the extended edition of Disgaea 3 is a Vita game and well worth a look. (It is better than Disgaea 2).
Also worth looking at the PS1 JRPGs as there are loads of them available. FFIX would be my recommendation.
Why is there a picture of FFT under the heading of Trails in the Sky on that Neogaf link!
@PazJohnMitch not for me there isn't!
Zomoniac 8,563 posts
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Everybody's Tennis is the best RPG. It's lovely. And has tennis.
@Murbal opened it again and still get a FFT picture for TitS.
Also get a TitS picture for FFT.
FabricatedLunatic 13,118 posts
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Is there a way to play PSP games purchased on the US PlayStation store on a UK Vita? I know you can switch accounts on the PSP.
If so, I'd recommend Jeanne d'Arc. For some reason it was never released in Europe despite being perhaps the best SRPG on a system with a few really great SRPGs.
If not, PazJohnMitch has it covered.
aros 4,260 posts
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The blog confirmed in a reply to my question that there will be a PSP sale soon a few weeks ago. Easter sale on PSP titles?
Bought The Sega Mega Drive Collection.
Great value. So many classics, and some cool museum features/unlockables.
Crazy Taxi Fare Wars - says it's compatible on the online store, but it's not available via the Vita store.. Eh?
ComradePete 496 posts
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Definitely works, bought it a few weeks back via ps3.
Pretty decent conversion of the first 2 games, still good for a quick blast. Been quite a while since my DC days now though & my skills have left me.... no class s licences now...
I do like a bit of Crazy Taxi. Even the muted 360 conversion. Seems like it'd really suit portable gaming.
FladgeMangle 42 posts
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Monster Hunter freedom Unite without a second's hesitation.
Not only does it benefit greatly from the second analog stick, you can assign start and select to screen corners, which makes it almost feel like a native title. With the camera you can set the right stick to just rotate left/right, which avoids those awkward "looking up at the sky" moments when you're tracking a charging Rathalos. The d-pad still works as it always did for up/down.
The PSP graphics still look great on the Vita's large screen too!
So, I redeemed some more Nectar points for a £35 card and I'm hovering over...
Resistance Retribution - £2.55
Locoroco 2 - £2.55
Motorstorm Arctic Edge - £2.55
GoW: Chains - £2.55
Ratchet & Clank - £2.55
Jak & Daxter - £2.55
Rock Band Unplugged - £3.19
All great 70%+ games.
Actually, I will help you. Don't get Resistance. I really don't see the appeal with that game. Nor Arctic Edge for that reason. They really do feel like 'cut down' games. IMHO and all that.
There's no accounting for taste and all that, but none of those games appeal to me except maybe for GoW although that is the shorter one innit. Although, for that price it's certainly worth it it is a very pretty game.
Heck, I've spent more on a mobile phone game /blushes.
Edited by Cosmopolitan at 14:10:32 10-06-2013
Kay 18,290 posts
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Loco Roco 2 is a must at that price, if you've never played LR before. Not really a fan of any of the other games on that list tbh.
I've played them all on the psp so here we go
Resistance Retribution - it's ok, nothing special but a solid shooter but nowhere near as good as the siphon filter psp games.
Locoroco 2 - Brilliant game but gets rather difficult in the later levels well worth getting but it is 1.6 GB in size.
Motorstorm Arctic Edge - It's OK for what it is, didn't like it that much but then I'm not a fan of motor storm games in general but I tend to feel that GTPSP is a better game that it.
GoW: Chains - Loses the massive boss fights but if you like god of war games you'll like the psp games I still prefer the dodge mechanics on the psp games through, press L an you dodge whichever way your pushing the analogue stick at that time.
Ratchet & Clank - Fairly short but it's still fun, it's still a good platformer and it's entertaining to play.
Jak & Daxter - Bit more content than ratchet and clank but it didn't grab me as much as ratchet and clank did, still a good game.
Rock Band Unplugged - The version on the store only has 5 tracks in it and the rest you will have to buy, trouble is the songs you bought for the console rock band games don't work here so you need to buy them again, not worth buying IMO.
Edited by dsmx at 14:41:12 10-06-2013
Wow! Cheers all, some food for thought there.
Incidentally, my second playthrough of Chains of Olympus took me 2 hours.
Well I felt giving an informed opinion was a good idea in this case but it should be noted that all the games are cheap so they are all to some extent worth getting.
The only real issue I have is with unplugged because it's not the full version of the game, if it was I would say go for it but with only 5 tracks and you have to pay to get more and not being able to use any of the tracks from the console version of rock band, that was a real dick move by harmonix. Still they may throw blitz onto the vita where hopefully they'll let you use the tracks from the console versions.
I should qualify, I have a PSP Go winging its way over to me this week so I thought I'll fill it up somewhat. Really enjoyed RB:Unplugged in its UMD format but totally forgot what was included on this PSN version - thanks for the clarification.
I have Chains already on UMD, so thinking of selling it and going digital. I'll more than cover the PSN costs I reckon.
What did you pay for the Go in the end if you don't mind me asking?
About the price of a 32gb Vita card then