Top PSP Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top 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...
Puzzlers are not for everyone, but I strongly recommend you give Lumines a try. Quite simply it's not just the best puzzler on the PSP, but one of the best puzzlers of all time.
If you haven't liked any previous games in the series then you won't think much of Ridge Racer, but anyone else should put this at the top of their list come September 1st.
World Snooker Challenge 2005 works remarkably well on the handheld, and is well worth a purchase even if you already own a home console or PC version.
As a game to pick up and play every now and again or to play with friends, Burnout Legends can't be beaten on the PSP.
If the idea of powersliding brings about even the slightest tingle of excitement in you, OutRun 2006 needs to be in your collection - the version you choose is up to you.
As far as PSP titles go, there is nothing that comes close to being so wonderfully suited to the platform, with every part of its design simply working how you'd want it to.
Every Extend Extra is short, basic and ferociously hard, and these are just some of the reasons it is assured a place in the schmup hall of fame.
As an action packed shooter Chili Con Carnage is far and away the best the PSP has to offer, and there's enough depth hidden away to keep you playing for months.
On the whole this hilarious, self-referential release is more than enough to fill your hunger for deformed cats and robot backpacks until the very exciting looking PS3 version launches.
Portable Ops is one of the best Metal Gear games yet and The PSP is worth owning again.