Konami announcement for Castlevania: Dracula X Chronicles has certainly put PSP in the news once again, but there are plenty of other new PSP games announced recently that fans of their genre will be happy, so here’s another round-up of new PSP games that has been added to the Game Profiles section.
Free Running: One of the latest extreme sport originated from Europe that involves running, jumping and performing death defying tricks through/over urban environments. The game let you join an elite group of athletes known as Tracers and run and jump your way to be the ultimate free runner. You can check how the game plays on its official website.
WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2008: Still playing the 2007 version? Well you better be faster as THQ has announced that WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2008 will again be on all major consoles and handhelds. No further details were given but last year’s edition added some major improvements and new content over the 2006 version, which was plagued by some of the most painful load times on PSP.
Galaxy’s End: Although it might be a bit early for the game to be here as its developers Tiki Games still currently looking for a publisher, a Real-Time Strategy game on the PSP always sounds like a cool idea to me. The most recent PSP RTS games are Sid Meier’s Pirates! and Star Trek: Tactical Assault. You can check out the screenshots and gameplay here.
Rivieria: The Promised Land: This isn’t a new game but if online retailers GameStop and EBgames products listing are to be believed, Atlus is bringing this remake of a classic handheld only RPG to the PSP this April. Just like Atlus other upcoming RPG release for the PSP, Riviera will feature plenty of voice-over and great musics. GameBrink has done a review of the Japanese version.
Wipeout 2: The official announcement is not in yet but an internal staff of Studio Liverpool revealed the game existence to an UK magazine recently, a PS3 version is also in the work. It will be interesting to see how the developers improved on the excellence Wipeout Pure, which also featured some of the most generous downloadable content for a PSP game.