Step in the shoes of Cuban gangster Tony Montana as he takes over 1980s Miami in the upcoming PSP game, Scarface. Yep, you get to be a virtual Al Pacino in Sierra's gangster title for the PSP.
This game pays homage to good old testosterone-filled gangster games. You get to beat up various goons, fast talk cops, go on high-speed car (and boat) chases, smuggle drugs, initimidate other characters, and basically make your way up in the gangster ladder. Of course, you get to reminisce some movie scenarios. After all, this game isn't called Scarface for nothing.
This game also features a multiplayer mode through Ad Hoc, so you can have some "good, clean fun" with your friends (and beat their characters to a pulp, in the process). This game's been released a couple of days ago (October 6, to be exact), but if you don't have it yet, you can check out some gameplay videos we have for you, yo give you an idea how it looks like.
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Championship Manager 2007 update Championship Manager 2007 update
Listen up, managers! There's a new patch in town for your Championship Manager 2007. Now, although it won't be coming to town 'til March 16, it's never too early to get a good headstart. Anyhow, here's a list of some of things added:
* Player and staff data updated up to the close of the January 2007 transfer window
Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice-Story Mode Complete Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice-Story Mode Complete
PSP Saved Game Installation:
Unzip this file then Copy and Paste the folder into your SAVEDATA folder on your PSP (accessible by: My Computer > Removable Disk > PSP > SAVEDATA)
Chess Clock aka Game Clock PSP 1.1 Chess Clock aka Game Clock PSP 1.1
Chess Clock aka Game Clock PSP 1.1 is an Analogue Chess/Game Clock Simulation for the Playstation Portable. It is written in C++ using the Phoenix Game Engine (PGE) by InsertWittyName and MK2k, and Chipmunk Game Physics library by Slembcke
BrawlStats For those whoe are still enjoying Super Smash Bros
Homebrew coder PSPWizard is back on the scene to update his PSP3DPlugin, a nifty app that enables your PSP to produce 3D anaglyphs (the red/blue kind of 3D) effects.
you can now choose within the "in-game" menu to directly change the 3d settings as in version 1