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Me and My Katamari PSP
Me and My Katamari PSP brings the fun world of Katamari ball rolling to the PSP. You would think this would be the ultimate, non-violent fun game to play on your handheld for hours. The developers just didn't do their job properly, though.
Tokobot is an interesting puzzle game along the lines of lemmings or pikmin. You are followed around by a collection of cube little robots and with their help you must overcome obstacles and slay enemies.
Ratchet and Clank - Size Matters PSP
I adore the Ratchet and Clank series. While Size Matters has some limitations - it is on the PSP after all, and not on the PS2 or PS3 - they do an admirable job of making it work on the smaller system.
I'm always on the lookout for great puzzle games for my handheld systems. Cube fits the bill perfectly. It keeps your brain sharp, it's fun for all ages, it has challenging and easy modes, and it's inexpensive, too!
PuzzleQuest is an intriguing combination of role playing game and tile-matching puzzle game.
Loco Roco PSP
With all the games I play, there are few that are simple, delightful fun. Loco Roco definitely falls into this category. The game is easy to learn, has great replayability, and can really be enjoyed by all ages.
Kirby Squeak Squad DS
Kirby Squeak Squad DS lets you take the deliciously fun shape-shifting pink guy on a platforming trek, storing and mixing up skill sets.
Final Fantasy Fables - Chocobo Tales
Final Fantasy Fables - Chocobo Tales takes the intriguing world of Final Fantasy and turns it into a young kid friendly mixture of minigames and simple storyline.
Astonishia Story PSP
Astonishia Story is a very basic RPG game for the PSP. It offers top-down 32 bit style graphics with grid style battles. Whether you like this game or not will really depend on if you enjoy these styles of games.
Wario Master of Disguise DS
I have really loved some Wario games in the past. I thought Twisted and Smooth Moves were simply brilliant. I have to say I felt a bit let down by Master of Disguise for several reasons.
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