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50%Off Final Fantasy Titles on PSN

February 5, 2013 Leave a comment

ff25The Final Fantasy franchise is celebrating 25 years on the North American Playstation Store by slashing prices on many titles by 50%.  These titles include:

  • DISSIDIA 012[duodecim] FINAL FANTASY (PSP)
  • FINAL FANTASY Tactics: War of Lions (PSP)
  • Final Fantasy (PSOne Classics)
  • Final Fantasy II (PSOne Classics)
  • FINAL FANTASY IV: Complete Collection (PSP)
  • Final Fantasy V (PSOne Classics)
  • Final Fantasy VI (PSOne Classics)
  • Final Fantasy VII (PSOne Classics)
  • Final Fantasy VIII (PSOne Classics)
  • Final Fantasy IX (PSOne Classics)

Think I may finally snag my copy of FF8 before I miss it again.

Source: Playstation Blog


Xenogears Review

October 3, 2012 1 comment

It’s not often that you come across a game that truly changes everything.  A game that you get lost in and experience something you want everyone to experience.  Xenogears was one of those games for me when I played it back at its release in 1998.  Squaresoft created an RPG that would combine a deep story, a unique graphical style, and a unique combat system.  Even to this day, I still get lost in it. Before I get too caught up, let me get into the review. Read more…

Final Fantasy 3 Disabled For Vita

September 27, 2012 Leave a comment

When a new Final Fantasy 3 with improved visuals and features was announced for PSP, I was very excited. Then when I discovered that it would see a release in the west, I was in shock. Unfortunately this joy, for myself, was short lived.

Final Fantasy 3 is a huge success for PSP users across the North American and European region. I’ve heard no issues with the purchase or use of this title. However anyone with a Vita seeking to game it on their new shiny device, it’s a different story. Read more…

Final Fantasy 3 PSP Coming To PSN

September 21, 2012 Leave a comment

Playstation Blogcast has announced in their recent podcast that the PSP version of Final Fantasy 3 will be available for download from the North American PSN on Tuesday the 25th.  No pricing or word on if it will be Vita compatible yet.  I’ll definitely be letting you all know when I get word (or try it myself). Read more…

Yggdra Union Review

August 7, 2012 Leave a comment

Yggdra Union is a turn-based tactical RPG originally released on the Gameboy Advanced back in 2006. Shortly later, in 2008, Yggdra Union seen a rebirth on the Playstation Portable. It’s developed and published in Japan under Sting, but localized to North America thanks to Atlus. The following review is based on the PSP version.

The Bronquian Empire seeks to overthrow the world under its rule. As the kingdom of Fantasinia is being overthrown, the princess Yggdra is forced to flee. Read more…

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Atlus PSN Sale Ending Soon

July 28, 2012 2 comments

Earlier this month it was reported that Atlus had a HUGE sale on their North American PSN titles.  A 50% off sale!  Well, I thought it would be best to remind everyone.  Especially those of you that were putting it off ’til the last minute.  Your time is now!  This amazing sale will end this Tuesday, July 31st!

Just a reminder, those titles/prices are as follows:


  • Cathrine – 19.99 (39.99)
  • Trine 2 – 7.49 (14.99)
  • Droplitz – 4.99 (9.99)
  • Rock of Ages – 4.99 (9.99)
  • The Cursed Crusade 14.99 (29.99)
  • Crimson Gem Saga – 7.49 (14.99)
  • Hexyz Force – 7.49 (14.99)
  • Kenka Bancho – 7.49 (14.99)
  • Knights in the Nightmare – 7.49 (14.99)
  • Riviera: The Promise Land – 4.99 (9.99)
  • Persona – 9.99 (19.99)
  • Persona 2: Innocent Sin – 14.99 (29.99)
  • Persona 3 Portable 9.99 (19.99)
  • Yggdra Union – 4.99 (9.99)

Final Fantasy 3 PSP Has English Option

July 17, 2012 Leave a comment

News broke recently that Final Fantasy 3 on the PSP in Japan has English text option.  Having PSP set to English will make the game play in English text.

While this could brighten hopes for a localization to the west, this is actually nothing new.  The previous remakes were all done the same.  However, we can still keep hopes up.  If anything, this means we can more easily import if they decide not to localize to the Americas.

Source: Andriasang

Categories: PSP, Video Games