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Best PSP (PPSSPP) Free Roaming Action Games Of All Time:

When you talk about gaming and left PSP (PPSSPP) out of the list then you haven't started playing games yet. PSP is just like PS2 but the slight difference between the two gadgets is that you can play PSP without connecting it to your TV rather, you can just play it right on your Palm.(i.e its portable)

Gone are days where PSP (PPSSPP) games can be played only on PSP itself and thus, only few can afford it. Special thanks goes to developers for being able to bring PSP right on our Android but at first, Android deserves a praise worthy for being an Open-Source Operation system, thereby giving the programmers the opportunity to create such app.

And now, you can easily play PSP (PPSSPP) games on your Android by making use of any PSP emulators. Since this is an emulator, it's under probability that it'll lag (but not always). Hence, the major problem with emulators in Android phone is nothing but cracking/hanging but trust me, this ain't going to be an issue to you because we have you covered.

Anyways, if you're looking for best free roaming PSP (PPSSPP) action games to play, below are the best ones I can recommend to you so far and thus, they have high quality HD story games which seems to be unending.

Best Free Roaming PSP (PPSSPP) Action Games For January 2020

» Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice:
Pursuit Force Extreme: Justice is a fantastic game than any of the dire movie-licensed games pumped out since the films release.  However, it is a vehicular combat video game, developed by Bigbig Studios for the PlayStation Portable, released in 2007.

Extreme Justice revives memories of classic arcade racer Chase H.Q. You'll see high-speed highway pursuits with bad boy vehicles as you attempt to bring those crooks to book with well aimed rams and handgun fire. But there's so much more to it than that. As you put your foot down and edge closer to the bad guys you'll be able to fling yourself from your car onto the target vehicle, landing on the bonnet, the roof or clinging on to the back like Marty McFly on steroids.

The story, while overrun with cliché, hammy dialogue and predictable plot, is a perfect fit for the game. The main single-player campaign, which will take you at least five hours of solid play to work your way through, features some eye-catching characters.

» Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow:
Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow is a third-person shooter stealth video game developed by SCE Bend Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation Portable and PlayStation 2. It is the sixth game in the Syphon Filter series.

Logan's Shadow is no radical departure for the series. You can expect a classic third-person action shooter based around hi-tech weaponry, subterfuge and double-crosses from within the secrecy-shrouded world of counter terrorism, but it is undeniably hugely enjoyable.

However, this game is not just an action game but also, it is terrific. Trust me, You'll certainly spend most of your time shooting boldly from the open at a safe distance, methodically advancing, but the stealth elements are blended into the levels fairly seamlessly, without the need for too many explicitly exclusive sections focusing on tip toeing through the shadows, with weapons locked.

» Metal Gear Solid - Portable Ops:
Metal Gear Solid - Portable Ops is an action-adventure stealth video game directed by Masahiro Yamamoto and written by Gakuto Mikumo. Portable Ops was developed by Kojima Productions and published by Konami in 2006 for the PlayStation Portable (PSP).

Portable Ops is the kind of game that makes you want to turn your mobile phone off while you play, as it is so engrossing and highly strung that a simple text message alert can cause you to leap from your skin and need a nice long lay down in the grass to recover.

Metal Gear Solid was also extremely slow, fairly fiddly, and had one of gaming's most complex, convoluted plots ever. It was also disturbingly odd at times, unnecessarily perverse at moments and a touch unsettling throughout.

» Resistance: Retribution:
Resistance: Retribution is a third-person shooter video game developed by SIE Bend Studio for Sony's PlayStation Portable. Retribution picks up after the conclusion of the original game and follows James Grayson, a British soldier who goes on a rampage against the invading alien Chimera force.

You actually start playing once Grayson has been captured and sentenced to death. As a way out of this predicament he's persuaded to work for French resistance group The Maquis, helping them fight off the Chimera.

Unfortunately for PSP, this game is only having a single analogue stick there had to be some compromises made, so while movement is handled with the left stick, aiming is mapped to the four face buttons on the right. This works better than you might think, and is helped by some very generous auto aiming and target lock-on.

» Brothers In Arms D-Day:
Brothers In Arms D-Day is a first-person shooter video game in the Brothers in Arms series for the PlayStation Portable. If you're in doubt about the power of the PSP then they need look no further than Brothers In Arms' handheld debut.

The game looks remarkably close to its PS2 forbearer and even the most hardened PSP cynic, or DS fan boy, would have a tough time arguing that D-Day fails to make quite a striking visual impression.

Brothers in Arms: D-Day is never an easy ride but it's still a rewarding World War II romp that sucks you in with a heavy emphasis on comrade characterisation (a trademark of the series) and constantly demanding challenges.

Combining some of the finest missions from the critically acclaimed original Brothers In Arms: Road to Hill 30 and its semi-sequel Earned In Blood, D-Day gives players a complete Normandy campaign to work through from the dual perspectives of those games' stars, Sergeants Baker and Hartsock, as they fight there way to Carentan and St Sauveur respectively.

» God of War: Chains of Olympus:
God of War: Chains of Olympus is a third-person action-adventure video game developed by Ready at Dawn and Santa Monica Studio, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment (SCE). It was first released for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) handheld console on March 4, 2008. The game is the fourth installment in the God of War series.

It's fair enough to say the game has always focussed on flashy attacks, combos and magic over deep combat, but it's no bad thing. Anyone can feel like a bad ass while playing God of War, and there's enough variety in the combat to make sure things never feel repetitive.

The opening level sees Kratos defending the city of Attica from an invading army, slaying hundreds of soldiers in typical bloody fashion. The story eventually centres on Helios, whom Kratos must find in order to counter the deep sleep Morpheus, the Greek god of dreams, has cast on the other Greek gods.

2020 Best Free Roaming PSP (PPSSPP) Action Games:

PSP (PPSSPP) games is one of the best games you can easily lay your hands on, it brings almost all the features that are present in PS2 to a portable screen resolution - unlike the early games (Retro games and Gameboy). Anyways, the above list of PSP games are the best PSP games ever, if you haven't play any of them - am a bit sure that you've played G.O.W then compare it with the remaining ones to see how stunning it'll be. Sharing your idea with us is not a bad thing to do, simply make use of the comment box if you wish to communicate or add more games to the ones above.


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