PSP Games Oklahoma City OK

Local resource for classic PSP games in Oklahoma City, OK. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to classic PSP games, PSP games, PSP handheld console, as well as information on PSP accessories, and content on PSP.

Slick Willy's Family Pool Hall
(405) 945-0505
4000 W Reno Ave
Oklahoma City, OK

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Corner Pocket
(405) 632-2992
900 SE 89th St
Oklahoma City, OK

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Wolftrap
(405) 340-7075
1109 S Broadway
Edmond, OK

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Memory Makers Doll Studio
(405) 521-1895
1125 Nw 32nd St
Oklahoma City, OK
 
Build-A-Bear Workshop
(405) 842-4316
1901 Nw Expressway St
Oklahoma City, OK
 
Cue Palace
(405) 636-1102
940 SW 59th St
Oklahoma City, OK

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Play By Play Sports Lounge
(405) 720-0947
12120 Warwick Dr Ste 3
Oklahoma City, OK

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Collectibles Etc
(405) 524-1700
1511 N Meridian Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
 
Galaxy Home Recreation Super
(405) 947-6565
4335 W Reno Ave
Oklahoma City, OK
 
Kay Bee Toys
(405) 843-1950
Penn Square Mall
Oklahoma City, OK
 
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Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny Review for PSP

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I think we needed this guy a while ago.

I think we needed this guy a while ago.

The Soul Calibur franchise is a favorite of mine since I enjoy fighting games but could never excel in the technical side of them save for Smash Bros and somehow magically in Soul Calibur 2. Weapon-based combat is just fun and Soul Calibur has always been there to make sure it stays fun.

Is it worth your money? That all depends on a few factors.

You aren’t going to get a new game here. Broken Destiny is literally just Soul Calibur on your PSP. If you’ve wanted a hand-held, portable Soul Calibur game, then hot dog, you’ve got a great game here. If you already own Soul Calibur 2, 3, or 4, then why bother?

For a PSP game, that's some impressive graphics.

For a PSP game, that's some impressive graphics.

Graphically the game is impressive. You can tell that the handheld title is pushing the PSP to keep up with it. That’s a good thing since Soul Calibur games are known for how good they look. This one holds up just as well, though of course it isn’t going to be as stunning as a console version. Keep in mind that this is still on a handheld.

Soul Calibur PSP CoverAll the controls stay the same from what you’d expect. There aren’t any problems there, nor are there any real changes in combat. You get a few new characters with the most notable inclusion being God of War’s Kratos as a perfect fit for the Soul Calibur universe, but still, this isn’t an advancement of the franchise. Broken Destiny is just keeping the franchise warm...

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