Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest may well turn out to be the biggest grossing movie of the year, but the video game is a big disappointment.
There are far worse action games available for the PSP, but that doesn't automatically make this one great; however, it is a step above the average third-person shooter available for the PSP.
If you fancy a nostalgia fix, you can't go wrong with Capcom Classics Collection Remixed.
Juiced Eliminator attempts to simulate what it's like to be a street racer, but it simply lacks the flair and excitement that other games in the genre offer.
With a strong single-player campaign and plenty of multiplayer options, you won't find a better strategy title for the PSP.
Formula One fans don't have a better console alternative to Sony's latest effort, and while it's by no means a perfect recreation of the sport, it does a lot of things very well.
When you boot up your PSP and you side-step the main story for the mini-games, you know you've got a problem. Gangs of London is a poor attempt at a game that could have been so much more.
Ghosts 'N Goblins remains a solid entry to the series that is well deserving of its Ultimate moniker, thanks to addictive gameplay and polished design that's ideal for the format.
The quick and relatively uncomplicated fighting fix that Tekken provides is ideal for a handheld format, and if that's what you're looking for this may be the best example yet.
Ultimately the Metal Gear Solid Digital Graphic Novel is nothing more than fan service, and those for whom the paper-based version was an essential purchase will certainly get a kick out of it.