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1.Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy: The titles of Square's Final Fantasy spin-offs grow more arcane by the year, APKX but don't let this brawler's pompous Latin name deter your interest. By all appearances, Dissidia 012 (so named because it represents the 12th conflict between Chaos and Cosmos, game cheats review we're told) refines the first game's combat mechanics while bringing new and beloved characters into the mix. The inclusion of favorites like Laguna Loire and Terra Branford should keep the fanservice level high, while the addition of an actual RPG-style story mode should satisfy gamers who want a more traditional take on the series.

2. Monster Hunter Portable 3rd:Year after year the Monster Hunter franchise enjoys epic levels of success in Japan, and Monster Hunter Portable 3rd continues the series long term grasp on the portable action RPG market by adding more monsters, weapons, and Feline companions to the mix. With many new additions, game review including stuff from the excellent Wii exclusive,Monster Hunter Tri, android and an increased emphasis on graphical fidelity and sound, there's never been a better time to go huntin' after some huge ol' monsters.

3. The 3rd Birthday: For the third adventure of tough paranormal cop Aya Brea, Square cheaped out and didn't bother to re-up the license to use the Parasite Eve name. But make no mistake, this is a Parasite Eve sequel -- even if the game mechanics are totally different from anything that's come before. The 3rd Birthday is more a third-person shooter than an RPG, giving players control of a virtual squad of soldiers and civilians whom Aya can direct using her highly evolved brain (and a handy virtual reality device).

It's gorgeous, reputedly challenging, and a little bit naughty; Aya's health is reflected in the state of her clothing, which grows more revealing as she takes damage. 4. Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker-Who would have thought that a full-fledged installment in the Metal Gear Solid series would be headed to the PSP? Hideo Kojima's latest opus drops you into Big Boss' sneaking suit once again and adds yet another chapter in the already completely off-the-wall story inhabited by characters named after animals and snakes of various physical states.

Even though MGS has historically been a single player experience, Peace Walker tries its hand at cooperative play and seems to have pulled it off as Jeremy Parish suggests, "Kojima wants you to play this with a friend, and you should." 5. Resident Evil Portable: Will it be the next chapter in the main Resident Evil story? Portable Gun Survivor game review sans lightgun? We don't know exactly, but according to Chris Kramer on the official Capcom blog, "It's not a 'remake' of a previous RE game, but an all-new title created specifically for the PSP platform, with the PSP Go in mind." We're going to give Capcom the benefit of the doubt and mobile apps Games assume that this'll be another exciting zombie/infected slaying adventure -- after all, both Grand Theft Auto and Mod APK God of War proved developers can bring the big console titles to Sony's handheld.

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