There have been portable game consoles for a long time. Some of the best ones are the Nintendo Gameboy Advance, the Nintendo DS Lite, the Nintendo 64, the original Sony PSP, the PS Vita, and the Attari Flashback Portable, just to name a few. The Nintendo Switch is the only portable game console that is still useful today. The others have been dead for a long time. But some of us still love to play games on PSP, maybe using emulators to play old games. Here are the top 10 fighting games for the PSP.
The Sony PSP was made from 2004 to 2014, so it was around for 10 years. The console had an R4000 CPU that ran at 333MHz and a GPU that ran at 166MHz. It had a screen that was 4.3 inches wide and 64MB of RAM. It also has WiFi and a USB 2.0 port built in. The PSP stores games and saved files on memory cards that are kept outside of the device. It also has a UMD drive that lets you play games that you buy in stores.
BlazBlue: Continuum Shift II
This is the first change that has been made to the first BlazBlue game. There are a lot of different ways to play the new PSP game, which has 15 playable characters. This is a two-dimensional game where you have to do enough damage to your opponent to win. When your heat gauge gets full, you can use special moves. This heat gauge can be filled by dealing with attacks that do damage or black out. The game was made by Arc System Works and came out in 2011 for the PSP.
WWE SmackDown vs RAW 2007
The PSP did become popular enough because of the WWE games. Fans who watched WWE matches on TV played these games all over the world. The best things about the 2007 version were the music and the cast of characters, which were the best in the series. The same things happened as in the 2006 version. WWE 2007’s controls and gameplay have been improved and made easier to use. This makes the game more fun to play and keeps you from having to press way too many buttons on your console. Yuke’s made the WWE 2007 game, which came out for the PSP in 2006.
Def Jam: Fight for NY – The Takeover
If you liked Hip-Hop music from the 1990s and early 2000s, you’ll like this fighting game for the PSP. In the game, different Hip-Hop artists are put in different places to fight and brawl with each other. They have their own unique ways of fighting, which sometimes combine two different styles and even include martial arts, wrestling, and popular street fighting. This game’s story mode is just great. You can change a lot about your character to make it your own. Fights in the game take place on the street and in the wild. It was made by EA and came out in 2006 for the PSP.
Dissidia: Final Fantasy
Here’s an RPG fighting game for the PSP that fans of the Final Fantasy series would like. The arena where the fights take place is much bigger, so you can jump, fly, and run around to attack and avoid your opponent. Even though it’s a fighting game, the game has a lot of colour. This game has both a great story mode and a great multiplayer mode, which will make you want to play it over and over again. You wouldn’t ever get tired of it. The game was made by SquareEnix and came out for the PSP in 2009.
Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny
Here’s another fighting game for the PSP that might remind you of Dissidia because you can change the look of the characters and all that. Soul Caliber: Broken Destiny has almost all of the characters from Soul Calibur 4, except for a few that were changed for the PSP version. There are five ways to play: Quick Match, The Gauntlet, Trials, Versus, and training. In this game, the story mode is the Gauntlet mode. There are about 34 chapters for you to read. The versus mode is your multiplayer mode, but it only works with people in the same room who have a PSP or PS Vita. This game doesn’t have a separate mode for playing with other people online. In this game, you can attack with punches, kicks, and stronger moves. The game was made by Project Soul and came out in 2009 for the PSP.
Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max
Here’s a fighting game for the PSP that is 2D and uses characters from other Capcom games. You can choose from a lot of different characters – unlocked. You don’t have to keep playing matches to get characters. It’s the same as “pick and go,” and it’s as easy as it sounds. You can also make your own character and change how they look to play in the open-world matches and other games. There are different ways to play the game, but the classic mode is probably the best one. In the classic mode, you can play Street Fighter just like you would in the second version of the game, with none of the extra features that were added to the third version. CapCom made the game, and it came out for the PSP in 1998.
Guilty Gear Judgement
The game is a port of Guilty Gear X2 Reloaded and has a lot of elements from other Guilt Gear games. In story mode, you start the game by picking one of five characters to play. When you play and finish these quests, you can unlock up to 15 characters. When you play with a friend in the ad-hoc multiplayer mode, the game is more fun and enjoyable. Overall, it’s a great fighting game for the PSP that lets you go ahead and fight your opponents and beat them up to move on. Arc System Works made the game, and it came out on the PSP between 2006 and 2007.
Tekken 6 is a must-have for fans of the series because it brings back a lot of old characters and adds new ones to make the biggest cast the series has ever had. TEKKEN 6 will be the best “King of Iron Fist Tournament” so far because it will have more fighters, each with their own lethal techniques, martial arts moves, and attack combinations. A deeper character customization feature will add to the already rich gaming experience and make the fights even more intense when players go head-to-head. TEKKEN 6 will be optimised for the PSP system and will have all the action and explosions of its home console counterparts. It will also have extra stages, content, items, and an ad-hoc multiplayer mode. Players are encouraged to fight with their friends because they can fight wirelessly against each other using original characters or characters that fans already like. The “Ghost” Infrastructure mode is back, which means players can upload their “ghost” character data and download others’ from the Internet onto their PSP system. This is the last of its many cool features. When players are at the top of their TEKKEN fighting skills, they can use the game’s network support to see how they compare to others.