Top 10 PSP Games in my Backlog

Having been playing a lot of Persona 3 Portable lately, Sony’s PlayStation Portable (PSP) has been on my mind a lot.

I never had a PSP, so I missed out on the system and its library entirely. Now I have several possible ways to experience the PSP titles I missed out on, whether that be on my PSTV by playing games from PlayStation Network, or emulating them on my phone or PC. Personally, I’ve really enjoyed playing Persona 3 Portable on my phone with a Bluetooth controller. The one I have expands and your phone sits in the middle with the buttons on either side, so I like to imagine that the experience is similar to a real PSP.

Enough rambling though, let’s get into the Top 10 PSP Games in my Backlog!

What I'm Playing - No. 8
Image source: Tom Swinnen

Welcome back to another weekly wrap-up of the games I’ve been playing over the past week!

This week, all I played was the PSP game Persona 3 Portable. I’ve tried to keep out any plot spoilers, but if you want to play P3P yourself someday and go in blind you might not want to keep reading! Some screenshots may shed light on when and what sort of events happen at certain points in the game. Now that you’ve been warned, here’s my summary of my gaming week!

Top 10 GameCube Games In My Backlog

I’ve covered my Top 10 Favorite GameCube games here on the blog before. The Nintendo GameCube certainly provided me a wealth of enjoyable games that I remember fondly to this day. But what about the games I never got a chance to play on Nintendo’s iconic cube-esque console? Well, read on to discover the Top 10 GameCube Games In My Backlog.

What I'm Playing - No. 7
Image source: Tom Swinnen

Welcome back to another weekly wrap-up of the games I’ve been playing over the past week!

Be warned, minor spoilers may be contained within. Generally, I do try to keep things spoiler-free but this isn’t always possible/practical! If you want to totally avoid all potential spoilers so you can play these games yourself in a blind run, you shouldn’t continue reading! Games contained within this post:

  • Persona 3 Portable (PSP)
  • Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator - Dadrector’s Cut (PC)
Spoiler-Free Fire Emblem Awakening Review

I like to consider myself a Fire Emblem fan. I’ve played every title to have an official English release up until Awakening1. I intend to play every English localized title in the series, and in an ideal world, play Japanese exclusive titles via fan translations at some point. Simply put, I love what Fire Emblem does as a series.

That brings us to the big question. How does a long-time fan of the Fire Emblem series feel about Fire Emblem: Awakening, a title that shook up the series in a number of big ways?

  1. Fire Emblem (2003), Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones, Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance, Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn, and Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon.