Stay tuned all this week as we reveal the our nominees for the very best games of 2007. Winners will be declared on December 27th.
The PC-based PLAYSTATION Store opened late into the year, and already it has amassed an impressive collection of downloadable games. From PS1 games, to archived UMD games, to brand new originals, we've had a number of quality games from the Store's launch. We can't wait to see what 2008 has waiting for us.
And the nominees for PSP Fanboy - Best Downloadable Game of 2007
London Studio | Sony Computer Entertainment
is one of the rare games that simply can't be done on any other system. The game will let you turn the music stored on your PSP Memory Stick into DDR-styled levels. Finally, a music game where all the gameplay comes from music YOU love. Add a fun synthesizer which lets you create your own tunes, and you have a game that's easily worth more than the $5 the Store asks for.
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Konami | Konami
Symphony of the Night
is thought by many to be the definitive Castlevania
game. With its re-release on the PS Store, players will be able to get a pixel-perfect recreation of this classic 2D platformer at a price that eBay wouldn't let you dream of.
Syphon Filter: Combat Ops
Sony Bend | Sony Computer Entertainment
This downloadable title enhances the great Syphon Filter
multiplayer mode by adding an extensive level editor. Players can create their own levels, upload it to the PSN, and have users rate their creations after playing them. An included Friends list and integration with the PSN make Combat Ops
one of the most exciting multiplayer games around.
Stay tuned to PSP Fanboy on December 27th for the winners. Best of 2007 image based off of work from Studio469