Tekken 6 makes the jump to the PSP’s small screen in a big way. There are tons of extras, plus all the hardcore fighting from the console game. You’ll be asking yourself how they fit so much fun in there.
The original Dragon Ball game heads over to the Wii console with the release of Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo, with enhanced Wii-fu fighting.
Tekken 6 continues the glorious fighting tradition that the other games in the series offered, and does it for the first time on the Xbox 360 as well as the PS3, with 42 fighters ready at startup.
Although the series is traditionally thought of as one for veterans, SoulCalibur: Broken Destiny opens up the fighting world to vets and novices alike on the PSP.
Katamari Forever offers an exclusive PS3 title that pushes the limits of normal gameplay. You will either love or hate this oddball game, but we are guessing probably love.
In the same silly style of Katamari Damacy, The Munchables will have you scratching you head in confusion, all the while having a great time despite yourself.
Why does the Dead to Rights series keep getting worse? The jump to PSP has done nothing but hurt this ailing series.
Dead to Rights II fixes almost none of the flaws of the original game. If anything, the sequel is actually worse in many areas.
Using the Tekken 5 engine to create a kung-fu action game seems like a good idea. And other than a few flaws, Death by Degrees packs a nice kick.
Tekken 5 roars onto the scene with the dual punch of amazing gameplay and graphics, plus an entire anthology of other titles in the series.