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Kojima walks the walk 0

When Hideo Kojima said Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker was going to be a full blown MGS experience on the PSP, I'm sure more than a few people figured it was a little PR spin at work. But let's make this clear now, Kojima has not only done exactly what he said he would, but also delivered one of the best PSP titles to date. Using  MGS Portable Ops as the framework, Peace Walker builds on it's PSP predecessor with more options and refinements taken from it's console brethren. A refined CQC system a...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Monster Hunter: Killing Huge Monsters Since 2004 0

Let's get this out of the way first: Monster Hunter Tri is less a Fantasy Action RPG, and more a Fantasy Simulator. Just like Microsoft Flight Simulator gives you an in-depth, comprehensive flying simulation, Monster Hunter gives you an in-depth, comprehensive simulation of the totally made up act of killing monsters. Also just like MS Flight Simulator, don't expect to just jump in start zipping around like a pro. You start at the bottom of the food chain in MH:Tri, and the climb up is gonna be ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Hunting Season is on again 0

 In honour of the announcement of Monster Hunter 3 Portable, I figured it was time to get off my ass and finally write a Monster Hunter: Freedom Unite review. MH:FU is the third game in the PSP version of the Capcom franchise. Building upon the foundations of the previous entries, it's the best of the PSP series to date. Packing tons of content, an addictive looting system and fantastic co-op mode, you can lose hours upon hours tearing up beasts both large and small. But be warned, the game sti...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.