E3 Round-up: Best of show

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Andrew Yoon
July 22nd, 2007
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E3 Round-up: Best of show

E3 is officially over, and PSP Fanboy is now resuming regular coverage of the top PSP news every day. Before we say adieu to the Media & Business Summit, we wanted to wrap up all our coverage of E3 in one handy place. Check it out:

Impressions
Castlevania: Dracula X Chronicles
God of War: Chains of Olympus
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes
Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice
Silent Hill Origins
Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow
Wipeout Pulse

News
Added RAM makes PSP games load faster
Destroy All Humans gets a Big Willy on PSP
Hands-on with the new PSP
NCsoft plans "online experiences" for PSP
Original PSP to be phased out
PSP firmware 3.60 reveals hidden USB Charge feature
PSP redesign revealed: Lighter, slimmer, lasts longer
PSP Slim Lite boxart revealed
The truth about PSP Lite's battery life

Screenshots
Hellboy
SOCOM: Tactical Strike

Video
Echochrome
Patapon
SWAT: Target Liberty

It's pretty clear that PSP had a fantastic showing at E3. Beyond the redesigned system, there were a handful of truly excellent games. In fact, almost every PSP game we played at the show was excellent. But ... which game do we deem "Game of the Show"? Well, you'll have to read on for that ...


PSP GAME OF THE SHOW
God of War: Chains of Olympus
Not really a surprise, is it? Ready at Dawn has crafted more than a "portable God of War." No. It's created a full-fledged sequel and has somehow managed to do that within the confines of Sony's handheld. This game is a beautiful technical showcase for the system, reminding us that PSP is made of some truly magical stuff. Not only does it look good, it plays well too. The exciting level designs and boss fights will make this a truly memorable experience for handheld gamers everywhere. No single game has converted more people to wanting a PSP than God of War: Chains of Olympus.

Runner-up: Wipeout Pulse
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