PSP RPG Video Games

RPG. This category includes games that put emphasis on progress system for a controlled character (or a group of characters) which is (are) described with many statistics. They also have a multi-plot story and quests. There are classic RPGs with turn-based combat and rules inspired by pen-and-paper RPGs (e.g. Baldur’s Gate, Fallout), action RPGs with dynamic real time combat (Dark Souls) and jRPGs – very specific titles based on Japanese style and culture, especially on manga and anime (Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts). more

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The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion (PSP)
The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion (PSP)

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A special edition of The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion, developed for PlayStation Portable by Climax. In comparison to the full-fledged version released on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, in which one could freely explore a large open fantasy world, due to the technical limitations of PSP The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion is a three-dimensional dungeon crawler. It means that during the game player travels through a network of enclosed dungeons, catacombs and sewers. Ten large levels await the players, where they will fight numerous beast and encounter NPCs that will give them various quests. The opponents can be fought by using various melee weapons and magic. Typically for an RPG game, The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion offers more than a dozen of abilities and various statistics that can be developed as one progresses through the game. The title has intuitive controls adapted for PlayStation Portable console.

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Valkyria Chronicles II (PSP)
Valkyria Chronicles II (PSP)

RPG 21 January 2010

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God Eater (PSP)
God Eater (PSP)

RPG 02 April 2010

God Eater is an action RPG developed by Namco Bandai for PlayStation Portable. The game takes place in an undefined dystopian future. We begin our adventure right in the middle of a conflict between Aragami, god-like creatures that attacked our planet, and God Eaters, the only humans capable of defeating the invaders. We play as one of them, and our task is to defeat the Aragami. Three other heroes aid us in combat. We use a powerful and universal weapon, Deus Ex Machina, when fighting our enemies. We can transform it into a blade, a gun, or the weapon's special form anytime we want to. The last one allows us to drain life force from our enemies and strengthen our shields, or use the Aragami's special attacks against them. The developers created over one hundred levels and many types of enemies, each characterized by its various strengths and weaknesses.

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Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness (PSP)
Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness (PSP)

RPG 30 October 2007

The first installment in the tactical jRPG originally released on PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable. After a decade, an improved port has finally made its way to PC. In Disgaea PC you assume the role of a demon prince named Laharl, who having awakened from two-years’ sleep learns about the death of his father. As his successor, he decides to regain the throne and his subjects’ trust by setting out on a dangerous journey during which he will meet many allies and foes. The campaign is divided into episodes resembling a typical anime TV series. During the game you will spend most of the time fighting on tiled maps. You have a diversity of units under your command, offering different attack combinations, spells, combos, and special abilities that, just like in any classic RPG, can be further developed during the course of the game.

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Lord of Arcana (PSP)
Lord of Arcana (PSP)

RPG 14 October 2010

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Final Fantasy (PSP)
Final Fantasy (PSP)

RPG 26 June 2007

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Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (PSP)
Monster Hunter Portable 3rd (PSP)

RPG 01 December 2010

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Final Fantasy VII (PSP)
Final Fantasy VII (PSP)

RPG 10 April 2009

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Black Rock Shooter (PSP)
Black Rock Shooter (PSP)

RPG 25 August 2011

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Final Fantasy IX (PSP)
Final Fantasy IX (PSP)

RPG 20 May 2010

The 9th main entry in a classic jRPG series, originally released in 2000 on PlayStation console, and ported to PC ten year later. After a few games featuring slightly cyberpunkish settings, Final Fantasy IX returns to the roots of the series, where we are once again met by knights, princesses, and dragons. Players take the role of a young thief, who, together with a company of other heroes, faces the evil queen Brahna, who is responsible for the outbreak of a great war. However, as it turns out, the queen has been nothing more than a pawn in the hands of a much more dangerous enemy. In terms of game mechanics, the game is a combination of proven solutions with some limited innovations, such as a redesigned profession system or ATE mode (Active Time Event), which allows us to see what other team members are doing, give access to numerous side quests and a chance to collect various useful items.

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Half-Minute Hero (PSP)
Half-Minute Hero (PSP)

RPG 28 May 2009

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Jeanne d'Arc (PSP)
Jeanne d'Arc (PSP)

RPG 14 August 2007

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