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Wipeout Pure / Pulse
Race Driver 2006
Outrun2006 Coast to Coast
MotorStorm Arctic Edge
Test Drive Unlimited
WRC: FIA World Rally Championship
Sega Rally Revo
Need for Speed Carbon Own the City
SBK Superbike World Championship
Midnight Club 3 DUB Edition
Midnight Club: LA Remix
Cars Race o Rama
Juiced 1 & 2
Flat-out : Head ON
Three ATV Offroad games
Initial D: Street Stage
Hot Wheels: Ultimate Racing
Full Auto 2: Battlelines
Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars
The Sony PSP GO was a failure when it was released in 2009. In this video we take another look at the handheld, show you how to mod it , take a look at some emulators and games and talk about why you may want to consider the Sony PSP Go in 2018
In the early days of the PlayStation 2, Zipper Interactive would debut a third-person shooter called SOCOM U.S. Navy SEALs. Authentic, tactical, team-based, and online at a time where few other PlayStation titles were, SOCOM took the home console by storm. It gave Sony’s exclusives a more mature face, provided multiplayer-centric shooters a new standard to compete against, and helped single-handedly move the PlayStation 2’s network adapter and headset into gamers’ homes. The debut of SOCOM 2 the following year created an immediate classic, and confirmed SOCOM as a franchise that would be with PlayStation for years to come – even as unsavoury hackers attempted to ruin players’ enjoyment.
Yet try as SOCOM would, lightning never seemed to strike thrice in the eyes of the series faithful. SOCOM 3, Combined Assault, Confrontation, and many more would all proceed to be good, if not great games in their own right – but whether helmed by Zipper or Slant Six, SOCOM never found its third pillar on which it could rest. And just as it seemed as if the series finally might, SOCOM 4 would both trip over its design, and fall into a hole burrowed out of the PlayStation Network Outage of 2011.
SOCOM was shattered, Zipper was shuttered, and one by one, the entire series would go offline – though the hardcore would continue to find ways to keep the series’ flame alive.
This is the rise and fall of SOCOM.
Lord of Arcana
Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception
Knights in the Nightmare
Flat-out Head On
Tenchu Shadow Assassins
Juiced 2: Hot Import Nights
Blade Dancer : Lineage of Light
Reggie plays the 2D beat-em-up hidden gem featuring characters from the cult Japanese Spectral Force and Generation of Chaos series. The game has unique characters, extra secret fighters and one of the most powerful bosses in 2D beat-em-up history!
Metal Slug XX is a revised version of Metal Slug 7 released in 2010 for the PSP. This run-and-gun shooter has all the classic arcade elements but adds co-op between two PSPs. It’s also available on Xbox Live Arcade and is backwards compatible with the Xbox One.
HOW WE DID THIS: Reggie’s PSP is connected via official PSP COMPONENT cables to the Elgato HD/laptop and then my PSP is connected via Ad-Hoc (WIFI) to Reggie’s. Many PSP games support this co-op/multiplayer connection.