Summary: Burnout Legends was the first PSP game I bought. So, I didnt have too much of an expectation. But now I am happy with the purchase. Road Rage and Eliminator are the ones I like most. There's one thing I didnt like about this game. There is some delay while loading events.
Summary: great game pros: great graphics, a sense of speed, aggresive opponents, pursuit mode, mostly smooth gameplay cons: occasional lag in gameplay, traffic is hard to see ( their headlights are on and you race during daytime), opponents automaticall catch up to you at unreal speeds even though you just...
Summary: This game has great action and car damage. There are lots of different sub-games, all of which are fun. Ridge Racer has a more realistic racing feel to it, but this is more fun with the explosions and car damage. This is a keeper.
Summary: Like most PSP games, the same games are more enjoyable on the or Xbox 360 on a big screen LCD TV. This is a fun game to play on the PSP if you're killing time on a road trip, on the subway/metro or in study hall. I think you can battle others who have PSPs with the WiFi connection.
Summary: I've always been a huge fan of the Burnout games. This game is no exception. It has music that plays in the background while you drive around the track. One of the songs is really heavy and metal like so depending on what your music taste is you may or may not like the soundtrack.
Summary: Bought this for my 6yr old's 3000. He likes it alot, seems to fit that sweet spot between challenging and boring or too easy for his age...not a "poopie game" as he terms the lame. The price was perfect, not ready to drop $30 =/- on Need for Speed for him just yet.
Summary: This is great if you loved playing the Burnout games out home and with this you can play it on the go. The graphics are suprisingly good for a PSP game and thr music is awesome, which really suprised me. Thd only problem is the loading time is a bit long but other than that the game is perfect.