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Top Five Gaming Consoles

Gamers often debate which consoles managed to impress the most during their time on the market. We've seen countless video game systems get bashed by Read More

David Sanchez Sep 27, 2011 | Comments

Top 5 PSP RPGs

The PSP has - despite what some people insist - a seriously impressive library of great titles, especially RPGs. In fact, you could argue that the ha Read More

Mike Rougeau Sep 27, 2011 | Comments

Top Games of 2010 Thus Far

If you've been sleeping through 2010 and waiting for the holiday gaming season, it’s time for you to wake your ass up. Our editors have picked thei Read More

GameZone Staff Sep 27, 2011 | Comments
Famitsu Reveals Persona 3 Portable

Famitsu Reveals Persona 3 Portable

The latest issue of Famitsu this week revealed a PSP version of Atlus' Shin Megami Tensei Persona 3. Character designs reveal a new female protagonist among other scant details. Players will be able to choose the gender of their protagonist in the PSP version. A scan shows the apparent heroine of Persona 3 Portable next to never before seen art of Persona 3's original male protagonist. Between the two are male and female versions of the protagonist's persona Orpheus from Persona 3. Another new character revealed looks like what may be a male equivalent to Elizabeth – a character in Persona 3 who handled persona fusions among other things. Major additions and changes will be made to Persona 3's social element. Read More

kombo Aug 18, 2009 | Comments
Persona PSP Launching Simultaneously on UMD and PSN

Persona PSP Launching Simultaneously on UMD and PSN

The remake of the original Persona is now the first known PSP game scheduled to release simultaneously at retail and for digital download on Playstation Network in North America. Both versions will cost $40, but every copy of the retail version at the September 22nd launch will include the full soundtrack at no additional cost. Read More

kombo Aug 6, 2009 | Comments