Reccent news has shown that certain PSP games are going to be remade to appear on PS3, what games do you want on the PS3?
What PSP games do you want to see come to PS3?
NONE, but if I had to choose Lumines, if it isn't already there.It is. There's both a PS3 and a 360 version (As well as an iPhone one but the controls are terrible).
Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops and Peace Walker, though I haven't bought many PSP games where I say to myself, "Man, I really need DS3 controller to play this."
Oh yeah, and the Ratchet titles can benefit from the upgrade as well. I share a hive mind with the OP apparently.
Oh wow, really? Fucking ace! Finally gives me a chance to play those portable MGS games, with the GoW portables--which are apparently some of the best in the series, though maybe they wouldn't transfer such praise on the ps3--and that third person Resistance game too. They're the main selections that come to mind, though a run through the list of what they plan to port would no doubt help refresh other ones I'm interested in.
@Th3_James said:Oh well in that case nothing. I have bought both a psp and ps3 at launch and the best games i've played on either of them are Lumines, and Heavy rain.NONE, but if I had to choose Lumines, if it isn't already there.It is. There's both a PS3 and a 360 version (As well as an iPhone one but the controls are terrible).@OP: None. I already have a PSP and chances are I've already played all the games I want to play on it. I'd rather see new games built specifically for the consoles they're playable on.
You know what i want? A DISSIDIA PS3 GAME, they are wasting a good idea and good gameplay mechanics on handhelds, bring it to consoles....that game has alot of depth to it.
I'd totally buy two more copies of Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep (Japanese and English if those assholes don't ship it with both despite having gigs and gigs of free space left) if they were to release that on PS3.
Fuck yes. That's actually my second favorite PSP game after KH BBS. Let's be realistic though -- never gonna happen.
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Valkyria Chronicles 2 and 3, and Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep come to mind immediately. The KH game is also the best as far as combat mechanics in that series, so the only way it could be better would be by having a second analog.
There are a ton of PSP games i'm interested in but I've never purchased because I can't be arsed to play them on a portable. These are usually the console type games like the GoW games, Valkyria Chronicles 2, MGS Peace Walker, Kingdom Hearts games and Dissidia (I actually did buy this, but didn't play it a lot because playing it on a PSP annoyed me). So yeah, this news excites me.
Killzone Liberation. It's the best multiplayer that the Killzone Franchise has ever had but due to it being on the PSP everyone has hacks that make it incredibly busted. Things like increased run speed, infinite grenades, fully automatic sniper riffles and cross bows, infinite range on the shotgun, etc. Putting the game on PS3 would create an environment for the multiplayer that is cheater free.
All of them. Why limit it to specific games when you can just throw all of them in an emulator and offer them on PSN? We after all already had PSP to PS2 ports years ago with the GTA PSP games. How about game and savegame transfer, so that I continue playing games on the big screen that I played on the small one? Again something the PS3 already kind of tried with its remote play, except of course it was the other way around (only used by Lair and a small handful of other games).
what games do you want on the PS3?
At this point I don't care about another limited offer, just give me everything.
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