Posts with tag tekken
Posted Aug 12th 2007 8:00AM by Andrew Yoon
Filed under: Theatre
Finally, after a long E3-related hiatus, PSP Fanboy Theatre
is back with an all new edition. Every weekend, PSP owners can download files wirelessly via m.pspfanboy.com
Save all movie and thumbnail files to the VIDEO folder. These high resolution 480x272 videos require firmware 3.30 or above
: OE custom firmware will also play these videos.)
New for PSP:
Get selected videos delivered automatically to your PSP via our new RSS feed
Legend of the Heavenly Sword: Part 1
(13.0MB) | Download JPG
The following videos are featured after the break: Tekken: Dark Resurrection, Stranglehold, WWE Smackdown Vs RAW 08, Haze, Dirt.
Continue reading PSP Fanboy Theatre: Volume 29
Posted Jul 24th 2007 1:00PM by Andrew Yoon
Filed under: Tekken
It took long enough! Namco Bandai's sublime PSP fighting game, Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection
is finally available at the Greatest Hits price of $20. Easily the best 3D fighting game on the platform, Tekken
features PS2-quality graphics, enhancements over the PS2 original, and online data sharing. Not bad for $20, no?
Check it out at Gamestop
Posted Jun 8th 2007 11:00PM by Andrew Yoon
Filed under: Jeanne d'Arc, Imports, Tekken
It shouldn't come as surprising that two of PSP's best games is joining the Japanese "The Best
" budget lineup. Each game will come at the discounted price of 2800 yen. Jeanne d'Arc
will be re-released on July 5th, and Tekken: Dark Resurrection
will come a week after.
North American gamers will be able to get a taste of Level 5's latest SRPG, Jeanne d'Arc
, later this summer.
Posted May 10th 2007 6:00PM by Andrew Yoon
Filed under: News, Tekken
Tekken: Dark Resurrection
has been an overwhelming success on PSP, selling over a million copies since its release according to Gamasutra
. The title's selling power has been so significant that it's become the second best-selling title for Namco Bandai in the past fiscal year. The only other title to beat it was Dragonball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2
for PlayStation 2. Hopefully, the rampant success of Namco's fighter on PSP will make it consider bringing one of its other
high-profile fighting franchises to the platform.
[Via PS3 Fanboy
Posted Mar 29th 2007 5:05PM by Andrew Yoon
Filed under: News
IGN is continuing their PSP retrospective feature
by speaking with even more developers. They approached EA's Team Fusion
, one of the most prolific PSP developers out there. What's the one feature of PSP they'd like to use more often? PSP fans will agree with their answer: "For my own team, I think there's a lot of value in further exploring game sharing and downloadable demos
for the PSP. We recently released EA's first ever downloadable demo for the PSP in Europe (Medal of Honor Heroes
) and the response has been really positive
. It's an excellent game and the demo allows new users to try it out and experience a taste for themselves."
team was also interviewed
. They'd love to see Sony make a true system-defining game for PSP: "If Sony could take the lead by creating a defining, exceptional PSP game, I believe that it would become easier for all developers to create new titles. It would also be desirable if SCE's processes were the same worldwide so that it would be easier to execute simultaneous releases."
Posted Mar 7th 2007 6:30PM by Steven Bailey
Filed under: Guilty Gear, Street Fighter, WWE, Tekken, Metareview, Fan Stuff
The PSP has been selling quite well recently and I figured some new PSP owners may not know what great games the system has to offer. With that in mind, every day this week we'll feature a new genre and list the top 5 games (according to metareviews), so no matter what you're into, you'll have some idea of what games you should own. Today the focus is on Fighting games, a genre that used to be one of the biggest things in gaming, but has lost some popularity with time. I'm still a big fighting game fan though, so I had to make this list.
Top 5 Fighting games on PSP
- Tekken: Dark Ressurrection
- WWE Smackdown! vs. RAW 2006
- Street Fighter Alpha 3 MAX
- Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover
- Guilty Gear Judgement
This list doesn't include import games like Bleach or Naruto, so my personal list of best fighting games would be different. But what do you think about these 5 games? What fighting games aren't on this list that you think every PSP owner should have?
If you missed it, you can check out our previous top 5 game lists:
[Data Via Metacritic]
Posted Feb 15th 2007 9:45PM by Steven Bailey
Filed under: News
The Con didn't exactly generate a lot of buzz when it originally came out for the PSP in the US. It was critically panned (getting a 64 average on metacritic) and didn't develop much of a following even from early PSP adopters. Despite all this, The Con is finally coming to the UK from SouthPeak Games with enhancements. It's reported to have faster load times and an adjusted difficulty level. With Tekken: Dark Resurrection and several other fighting options like Power Stone out for the system, I'm not sure The Con still has a market, but if you are interested in getting conned, you can pick up The Con in March on UK shores.
Posted Feb 2nd 2007 11:00PM by Steven Bailey
Filed under: Tekken, Fan Art
Do you want to share your PSP-related fan art? Send us an e-mail. A new piece of fan art will be shared every Friday.
I've got a jonesing for more cowbell, but even more than that, I want more fan art. Luckily it's Fan Art Friday, so my needs for one of the two will be satisfied. This week we take a look at a Tekken related fan art that depicts Kazuya dealing with Heihachi the only way someone can. Paolo Diego is the creator of this fine work. I could totally picture something like this actually happening in a Tekken game. If you dig the art like I do, go check out Paolo's deviant art account. I'd write more about the piece, but it's sorta a tall work and I want it to fit on the main page for all to see. Thanks for the art Paolo! Feel free to let him know what you think and see us back here next Friday!
Posted Jan 25th 2007 11:15PM by Steven Bailey
Filed under: Fan Stuff
You've seen the top ten girls of Hooters. You've perused the top ten women of tennis. You may even have seen the top ten girls of gaming, but you haven't yet seen the top ten girls of PSP. Until now that is! The requirements are simple, to qualify she has to be a girl and has to be in a PSP game. But enough with the procrastinating, on with the ceremony!
Top ten after the jump ...
Continue reading The top ten girls of PSP
Posted Jan 14th 2007 7:30PM by Steven Bailey
Filed under: Gripshift, Tekken, Fan Stuff
Sony seems to be having a bit of a problem. They have a portable system that is a success, but not by any means their main product. Then they have a new console that desperately needs games any way it can get them. Obviously they need to compete on the high end next gen game front, but they also need to compete against the Virtual Console and Xbox Live Arcade. Without the backlog of games like Nintendo or the head start of Microsoft, they seem to be turning to a questionable source for their downloadable games; the PSP.
The obvious issue with PSP games going to PS3 is that it begins to negate the reasons for a consumer to own both. Sure, right now it's a Gripshift and a Tekken, but what happens if the trend just continues? Sure, this would strengthen the PlayStation Network, but at the cost of PSP exclusives. This is just not acceptable when the PSP still has a long way to go to establish itself.
If Sony does insist on continuing to take games from the PSP library to the PS3, than it needs to change how it does so. Microsoft announced Live Anywhere quite some time ago, but we're still waiting for the day when we can play Xbox Live Arcade games on the go. Part of the reason is that Microsoft doesn't yet have a portable gaming system, but Sony does. Why not have it so if I download Gripshift on the PS3 I can download it to my PSP as well free as charge. For games that require progress, it would be great if I was able to share saves between my PSP and PS3. Maybe this is part of Sony's eventual plans anyway, but until I can buy Tekken on my PSP and continue it on my PS3 or vice-versa, it seems like a missed opportunity.
It could just be that this is a temporary solution and as more developers jump on board the PlayStation Network, Sony will stop relying on PSP games as downloadable content. Even if this is the case though, it still seems like a dangerous road for Sony to travel. It could just be that I'm overreacting though. What do fellow PSP owners think of this development?
Posted Dec 27th 2006 1:55PM by Andrew Yoon
Filed under: News, Tekken
I reported earlier
that Tekken: Dark Resurrection
would appear on PlayStation 3 as a downloadable title via the PlayStation Store
. It looks like the game's finally out... in Japan. The monstrous 830MB download features all the functionality of the PSP version of the game, such as ghost battling, but now comes in glorious 1080P full-HD. To add insult to injury, there's multiplayer included (no need for multiple machines and discs!), and the cost: a measly 2000 yen ($17).
Some of you disagreed
with my prediction that the PS3 version would be cheaper. Looks like Sony's trend is to release PSP games... and then make them better and cheaper on the PS3
. Does that sound fair to you?
Posted Dec 21st 2006 12:01AM by Andrew Yoon
Filed under: Tekken, Fan Stuff
Chances are, you probably won't find this upcoming fan-made film adaptation of Tekken
to be as titilating as Maxim's Tekken girls photo shoot
. This impressive-looking fan effort, entitled Tekken: King of Iron Fist
, will feature some pretty accurate cosplaying, mixed with some action sequences. From the looks of things, this may be better than "official" Ewe Boll-produced film massacres.
Posted Dec 6th 2006 6:00PM by Andrew Yoon
Filed under: News, Tekken
The once-exclusive PSP version of Tekken 5
, entitled Dark Resurrection
may be heading to the PLAYSTATION 3. According to Jeux-France
, the latest issue of Famitsu details a potential HD version of Tekken: Dark Resurrection
to be released through the online PlayStation Store. It appears that, like Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
before it, Bandai Namco is attempting to maximize the audience for this enhanced fighting game. No other details, like a release date, or a price, have been revealed.
Will you feel burned again if this PSP exclusive heads over to another console... for less money?
No longer a rumor. Confirmed. With pictures
Posted Nov 21st 2006 9:00AM by Andrew Yoon
Filed under: News
In just a few hours, Japanese PS3 and PSP owners will be able to download and play PSone games on their PSPs. The following titles will be available for only 525 yen (less than $5) each:
- Resident Evil Director's Cut (Capcom)
- Konami Antiques MSX Collection Vol.1 (Konami)
- Konami Antiques MSX Collection Vol.2 (Konami)
- Bishi Bashi Special (Konami)
- Arc the Lad (SCEJ)
- Jumping Flash! (SCEJ)
- Hot Shots Golf 2 (SCEJ)
- Silent Bomber (Bandai Namco Games)
- Tekken 2 (Bandai Namco Games)
Playback of the games requires the newly released 3.00 firmware
. PLAYSTATION 3 owners will be able to play the downloaded games on their home consoles in the future.
Posted Nov 16th 2006 2:00PM by Chris Powell
Filed under: News
Just in time for next week's infamous Black Thursday
, IGN has released its 2006 Holiday Buyer's Guide
and has also added their 10 choices for PSP games that should fill your stockings this Christmas. That's if you've been a good boy or girl, because if you've been bad, you get Family Guy.
- Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
- Killzone: Liberation
- Medal of Honor Heroes
- Mercury Meltdown
- Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops
- Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror
- Tekken: Dark Resurrection
What, no Sega Genesis Collection
or EA Replay
? And while Daxter
is a very good game, I don't think too many kids will go Nintendo 64 Kid
crazy over getting a game released in March. Still, this is a pretty decent list, and I can't argue with it too much. If you're PSP shopping for someone, you might want to refer to this list.
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