Top 50 PSP Games Of All Time


 Which games have been the most memorable on the PSP? 

The PlayStation Portable revolutionized the mobile gaming market when it debuted in 2005 in North America, and it continues to be one of the best-selling portable systems to this day. 

The console's continued success is due in no small part to the many fantastic games available for it. After all, the quality of a gaming system is determined by the games that can be played on it. 

We've narrowed it down to the Top 50 PSP games that keep users coming back for more. 

The Greatest Playstation Portable Games 

Our top ten rankings of the best PSP Games are compiled after extensive research and consultation with authoritative online resources. 

If you like this list, you may also be interested in our collections of PlayStation games. 

We've compiled a list of the top 50 PSP games of all time. 

50. Baseball: MLB 07 The Show

MLB 07: The Show continues to be a fan favorite among series devotees, as is typical for sports games in general. 

Thanks to its portability and online connectivity, players can enjoy the game whenever and wherever they have an internet connection. 

49. Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2 

Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee 2 continues the sporting trend. 

As a classic, this game has been ported to the PSP so that players everywhere may enjoy the same beautiful courses and extensive personalization choices. 

48. Collection of Sega Genesis Games 

Sonic, Shinobi III, Altered Beast, and the first iteration of Golden Axe are just a few of the excellent titles collected in The Sega Genesis Collection. 

It's no surprise that this Collection is so well-liked among PSP owners, considering how many games and unlockable goodies are packed into it. 

47. Wipeout Pulse 

A racing game that will get your blood pounding is Wipeout Pulse. 

This game's 2207-set futuristic race tracks make Mario Kart look like a fun, low-key way to bond with pals. 

Did we mention you get to fly a spaceship that defies the laws of gravity? 

46. Valkyria Chronicles II

Valkyria Chronicles II is a prime example of why SEGA is known for producing high-quality games. 

Following on from the events of the first game, you'll once again be pitted against rebels who are determined to carry out an atrocious ethnic cleansing campaign. 

45. Tony Hawk's "Underground 2" 

Whenever you play a Tony Hawk game, you immediately feel like a pro skateboarder.  

The PSP version lacks the park creation option seen in the console versions, but it does include four new levels, new characters, and new cut sequences. 

44. Football Manager 10 

FIFA 10 is the best soccer video game to date, surpassing the previous installment, which was widely regarded as the best of its kind. 

Soccer lovers who want to take charge of their own clubs on the fly will adore this game for its new manager mode, which includes access to global soccer news, an enhanced transfer system, and more realistic performances. 

43. Major League Baseball (MLB): The Show 2008

Fans adore MLB 07, but its sequel is just as good. 

Many features have been updated for MLB 08 to better immerse and reward players for their efforts, and they can now play both offense and defense from their own point of view. 

42. Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core 

Crisis Core follows in the footsteps of other highly popular Final Fantasy games. 

This game combines role-playing with open-world exploration and real-time combat, setting itself apart as a true classic among PSP titles. 

41. Crush 

Crush is an original game that fits the PSP perfectly. 

To progress through the game and get access to new places and resources, players must crush the 3D environment into a 2D shape. 

40. Sports MLB 06: The Show 

In case you haven't noticed, Major League Baseball PSP games are quite common. 

MLB 06 smashed it out of the park with a brand-new career mode that allows gamers to build their own unique players and a brand-new season mode. 

It also supports multi-user engagement via Ad Hoc and nationwide in Infrastructure modes. 

39. Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords

Players of this puzzle game can choose from three different game modes, each of which challenges them to build a superhero capable of saving the planet. 

The game's single-player mode has players facing off against artificial intelligence in 150 difficult puzzle tasks, while the game's Instant Action option lets players fight and level up characters without the need for quests. 

38. LocoRoco 

At first glance, this 2D platformer action game doesn't look like much, but it has over 40 courses set in a variety of colorful environments, making it quite addictive. 

This game is so much fun that you won't be able to put it down, thanks to the three different minigames and the wifi features. 

37. Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy

The reason why LEGO is such a popular series is highlighted in Star Wars: The Prequel Trilogy. 

This collection of Episodes IV, V, and VI is a lot of fun and surprisingly addictive. 

Because it's a LEGO game, players can also create their own unique characters by combining pieces from more than 50 different ones. 

36. X-Men Legends II: Rise of Apocalypse

This game proves how fantastic an X-Men video game can be, despite the series' chronic lack of mainstream acclaim. 

Introduces a plethora of new playable characters, enhanced abilities, and more than 100 distinct enemy types for gamers to test their mettle against. 

35. Space Invaders Extreme

Space Invaders Extreme's upbeat soundtrack complements the game's enhanced visuals and addictive action to further entice players. 

This game is essential because it puts a new spin on an old favorite. 

34. Half-Minute Hero

Half-Minute Hero is an engrossing action game in which you must race to the finish of increasingly difficult levels within 30 seconds. 

This game has everything a player might want in a video game, including four unique stories and game modes that transform it into a shooter, escort, strategy, and role-playing game (RPG). 

33. Tekken: The Dark

The visuals in Tekken: Dark Resurrection are among the best seen in a handheld fighting game. 

Tekken is widely considered one of the best fighting games of all time due to the sheer number of playable characters (30+) and number of stages (19).  

In order to prove that you have mastered all of the new fighting styles and moves, you can even use Wi-Fi to combat your play. 

32. FIFA Soccer 09

Many soccer video game enthusiasts haven't moved on from FIFA 9, which was widely regarded as the genre's pinnacle before the release of FIFA 10. 

You'll be put to the test to think like a genuine soccer player from the moment you pick it up thanks to the hundreds of new animations, full 360-degree field coverage, and improved control over players. 

31. Blast Off! 

A space-themed arcade game where players must save astronauts and guide them through the game's titular warp gates. 

The usage of gravity fields, which can aid or hinder players depending on their objectives, is what makes this game fantastic. 

With such engaging gameplay elements, Blast Off is a must-have for any PSP library.

30. Virtua Tennis: World Tour

There are three exciting game styles in this tennis simulation. 

Players can take their customized avatars throughout the globe to compete for cash prizes, take on the role of a seasoned pro in one-off matches, or compete in a tournament mode where only the finest players will emerge victorious. 

29. Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters

In this game, Ratchet and Clank are thrown into a mission to save a kidnapped girl, and in the process, they unearth a lost race of brilliant financiers. 

One of the best PSP games, it improves upon the series' basis with new weaponry, a more perilous story, and armor customization options. 

28. Tetris 

Tetris is a timeless classic that has stood the test of time to remain one of the most played video games ever made.

This game's portability to the PSP implies that it can be used as a method of relaxation at any time and in any place. Ideal for lunch breaks or sneaking in a quick level while no one is looking at the office. 

27. Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow

The player takes control of Gabe Logan once again in this sequel to the first game, Dark Mirror, and must utilize a combination of stealth and run-and-gun tactics to defeat an extremist organization. 

It also has a better fighting system, with new options including using foes as human shields, blind fire, and 360-degree underwater battles. 

26. GrandTheft Auto: Vice City Stories

Vice City Stories, based on the Grand Theft Auto series, lived up to the series' reputation as one of the most popular games of all time. 

Vice City Stories is a classic on the PSP because it's both entertaining and interesting. 

25. Video Game: PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe 

PixelJunk Monsters is a portably excellent strategy game that does credit to its console equivalent by combining the base game and its expansion pack for PlayStation 3. 

Players adore the game's strategic depth, its one-of-a-kind bosses and monsters, its innovative gameplay modes, and its memorable level designs. 

24.  Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness

The open-ended tale of Disgaea allows players to continue developing their characters even after the main story is complete, which is just one of the many things working in the game's favor. 

It's easy to see why so many people keep coming back to this game given how much fun it is to play. 

23. Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together

Tactics Ogre is an excellent tactical role-playing game. 

Players enter a war-torn world and fight through turn-based combat parts where their choices affect the game's various story routes as rival clans strive for control. 

22. Patapon 3 

Patapon 3 picks up where its predecessor left off, taking players to a whole new world beyond the Rainbow Bridge. 

It's a 2D game, but it has a surprising amount of depth, with hard obstacles and interesting gameplay that you might not expect from a game of this type. 

21. Velocity

In this fresh take on the shooter genre, players pilot a spaceship with the power of quantum teleportation to rescue people from a black hole before it consumes them all. 

Not only is it a blast to play, but it also features some interesting action-based challenges to keep you on your toes. 

20. Burnout Legends

The Burnout series is great if you like racing games, and Burnout Legends combines the best elements of the series. 

Players can make use of the many game modes, including those from prior games, to increase their chances of obtaining rare and legendary vehicles. 

19. LittleBigPlanet 

The addition of Stephen Fry's voiceover elevates the already excellent LittleBigPlanet to new heights. 

There are a lot of levels to play through in this game, with 23 major levels and 14 mini-levels to pick from. 

Even though the custom-level-uploading servers shut down in 2016, the game remains fantastic for solo play. 

18. Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops

The action-stealth genre is brought to the PSP with spectacular results by Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops. 

This entry in the Metal Gear series offers players to take full advantage of the PSP's capabilities thanks to its inventive online play and fresh narrative. 

17. Jeanne d’Arc

In Jeanne d'Arc, players assume the role of the titular crusader, whose mission is to expel the demon king and rebuild France. 

You'll explore over 40 locales, each with its own level of realism, and take command of up to 14 different human and animal characters as you fight off the English in France. 

16. GT Racing (Grand Turismo) 

Grand Turismo is one of the best racing games because it lets you really let loose and put the pedal to the metal. 

This Gran Turismo installment features some of the best visuals in the series, along with 800 different cars and 35 different tracks. 

15. Ridge Racer

Keeping with the theme of racing games, there's also Ridge Racer. 

The classic tracks still look great on the little screen, and the graphics are impressive, but there are only 24 circuits compared to Gran Turismo's 35. 

This is an essential PSP game for fans of racing games. 

14. Daxter 

You can't rank the best PlayStation Portable games without including Daxter. 

There's something for everyone in this game, as it features stages based on popular films. 

13. LocoRoco 2

This sequel is just as fun for people of all ages as the original game was. 

It's a good distraction if you don't care too much about making progress or leveling up. 

This exciting adventure game is great for the whole family, as it features revolutionary new skills you may learn as you play. 

12. Wipeout Pure

When it comes to racetracks, this anti-gravity racing game raises the bar with some truly spine-tingling twists and turns. 

This game, the forerunner of Wipeout Pulse, is a fun option for those who wish to try something different from the typical racing genre. 

11. Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror

This is the ancestor of Logan's Shadow, and it's perfect for players that enjoy stealth and are good at killing people one by one under pressure. 

The visuals are top-notch, and the arsenal at the player's disposal is nothing short of mind-blowing. 

10. Monster Hunter Freedom Unite

If you're looking for a game to kick back with and kill monsters, go no further than Monster Hunter Freedom. 

However, if you have the time and energy to put into defeating the game's most difficult creatures, you will like with any Monster Hunter game, become addicted to it. 

9. God of War: Ghost of Sparta

Fans all over the world love God of War, making it one of the best-selling PS4 titles of all time.  

With its distinctive post-apocalyptic vibe and beloved Greek mythology, Ghost of Sparta is a worthy addition to the franchise. 

Using the Blades of Athena to hack and slash your way through minotaurs, harpies, and gorgons provides an adrenaline rush like no other. 

8. Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 3 Portable

It's simple to see why both players and critics have given this role-playing game such high marks. 

Players in this upgraded edition of the game have access to a plethora of new features, challenges, and the ability to exert command over comrades in the heat of battle. 

This is one of the best PSP games, and if you like the Persona series, you shouldn't miss it. 

7. Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions

The PlayStation Portable version of the turn-based strategy game Final Fantasy Tactics includes some content not found in the console versions. 

With new gameplay, jobs, story components, and multiplayer, this is a must-have for Final Fantasy aficionados. 

6. Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep

There's a lot to like about this game, including the anime-style characters and Mickey Mouse. 

The game's action-RPG elements and abundance of Disney references make it a great choice for anyone wishing to relax and have fun. 

5. Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories

Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories is the first game in the series to feature an original storyline. 

The game's vast world, great voice acting, magnificent soundtrack, and engaging gameplay ensure that fans of the series will like this chapter.   

4. Lumines 

Lumines is one of the best puzzle games for the PSP, and it is a delightful experience overall. 

Despite being nearly 20 years old, it remains one of the most engaging and entertaining video games available today. 

3. Peace Walker, from Metal Gear Solid

It should come as no surprise that Peace Walker ranks #3 on our list, given that Metal Gear Solid has long been one of PlayStation's most consistent series. 

This game is excellent compared to other action-adventure stealth shooters. 

2. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars

Chinatown Wars was an amazing game, even in comparison to Vice City and Liberty City Stories. 

Everything about this game is hysterically amusing, from the original tale to the freedom to brawl, drive wildly, and set fire to anything you want. 

1. God of War: Chains of Olympus

In Chains of Olympus, we accompany Kratos as he embarks on a mission to brutally eliminate Ares. 

The stunning settings, awesome chain blades, and difficult puzzles more than makeup for the lackluster combat, making this the best PSP game available.


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