Top PSP Action Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top action games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
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.
Designed exclusively for the PSP, Infected shows developers are starting to really think about what handheld gamers want.
Killzone: Liberation is a slightly flawed but still impressive blaster that is well worth a look. Just don't be surprised when you keep seeing the same restart screen ad infinitum.
If you are a rookie to the series then by all means sign up for combat, but everyone else should probably just wait to stroll down Hell's Highway if they want a new experience.
If you often play PSP games with fiends the Game Sharing makes this a brilliant buy but solo players will likely breeze through the single-player mode in a matter of days.
Black Falcon is a brilliant title for a system crying out for nuggets of accessible gaming suited to portable play.
Driver 76 is a fairly decent chunk of big-screen cool, crow-barred nicely into the sleek internal organs of the PSP.
If you aren't easily frustrated, have a fair degree of patience, and are a fan of games that require you to stretch your grey matter, this could be worth a good chunk of your time.
EA has managed to work some magic and deliver the system's first good FPS. Online gamers will find themselves coming back to Heroes 2 for some time.
Origins has all the hallmarks of a great Silent Hill game, but it does nothing to eradicate the series' faults. Predictably, fans of the franchise will find it more enjoyable than others.