Top PSP Sports Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top sports 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...
2006 FIFA World Cup is the perfect title to celebrate the World Cup with, even if it's not the perfect footy game.
The challenges make for a game that feels very different to normal football, and a title that will fill the gaps between World Cup matches very well indeed.
There are a few problems that prevent it from being a true classic, but it still ranks among the best launch titles for the PSP. So, like Tim Henman, not the best in the world, but pretty damn good.
It's essentially a port of a game that first appeared in 2004, but anyone new to the game will find a lot to enjoy here and fans might want to check it out for the new content that has been added.
PES fans disappointed by last year's PSP game should be a lot happier with PES 6. It's not perfect, but it's a solid representation of the console versions.
Virtua Tennis 3 does nothing to revolutionise tennis games, but it's just as primal and instinctive as its most ancient of relatives.
We can't help but feel that PES 2008 PSP puts the more illustrious versions of the game to shame, a bit like Barnsley knocking Chelsea out of the FA Cup.
The core gameplay has been tweaked enough to make FIFA 08 feel slightly dated, but chances are FIFA 09 will improve on this even further.
You could do a lot worse than pick up perhaps the best version of PES 2009.
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.