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Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops

Publisher: Konami
Genre: Action
MSRP: $38.88
The best game yet for the PSP, Portable Ops features an awesome campaign, great online play, and an outstanding collectible system. There is no escaping this snake's powerful coils, nor should there be.
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Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror

Publisher: Sony
Genre: Action
MSRP: $38.88
We aren't sure what's more surprising: that Sony didn't simply port an older Syphon Filter, or that this might be the best game for the PSP, ever. Great things really do come in small packages.
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Daxter

Publisher: Sony
Genre: Action
MSRP: $38.88
This essential PSP action game comes from the new Ready At Dawn Studios. And after a few minutes of this game's seemless, streaming single player campaign, you'll be ready to play it morning, noon and night.
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Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories

Publisher: Rockstar
Genre: Action
MSRP: $48.88
This isn't our favorite GTA, but it's still one of the best PSP games around with excellent 80s music, ultra-violence, and top notch voice acting. It's a vice worth picking up.
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Tekken: Dark Resurrection

Publisher: Namco Bandai
Genre: Fighting
MSRP: $38.88

Yet another surprisingly solid version of a Playstation classic, Dark Resurrection is almost everything you could want in a portable Tekken.

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Gitaroo Man Lives!

Publisher: Koei
Genre: Rhythm
MSRP: $38.88

Gitaroo Man wha-? Well, he rock battles with diabolical musicians for the fate of the world, and even finds time to serenade a lovely lady or two. It's a rhythm game with a sweet story, a quirky gem for your PSP.

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