Summary: No Bubble Bobble, absolutely useless. I assumed that, because the Nintendo DS version had it, that this one would as well. For unimportant reasons, apparently it does not. I paid less than $10 for this product.
Summary: So far this seems to be pretty much the same as Taito Legends for PS2 -- which is great, because all I wanted was a portable version of Tube-It :) Depending on which games you're interested in, you might be better off with Taito Legends Pocket, which features a different set of games.
Not so much 'Legends' as a random selection of OK/Average games
24 September 2011
Summary: There's not much point in me reviewing every individual game as if you're here reading this review, I'm pretty sure you're familiar with them. Suffice to say that they're all emulated perfectly and have adjustable screen ratios and controls. One thing that does need pointing out however is that The New Zealand Story included here is not the original version..
Summary: Main problem with this title is the disappointing selection of games Taito saw fit to use. Classics such as Bubble Bobble, Rainbow Islands and Puzzle Bobble ARE ABSENT, leaving just a few decent games (Rastan Saga, New Zealand Story, Phoenix and Elevator Action). The rest are frankly, not worth bothering with, unless you're a fan. In addition to the games listed above in another review, there are 4 "remakes" with modern graphics and sound.
Conclusion: This game is worth getting for New Zealand story and Elevator Action. Also it has Phoenix which was one of the first games to have more than one screen and certainly was the first to have an end of wave boss.
Beautiful collection that will offer you tons of fun!
3 July 2008
Conclusion: All the games load fast, work perfectly and look great on the PSP screen. There are several classics like Elevator Action, Rastan Saga and New Zealand Story and the 4 remakes are great, especially Legend of Kage.
Summary: I was very disappointed with this selection of games except for Space Invaders which is a classic. The gameplay on the rest just doesn't keep you interested for more than a minute which is a shame. I personally think we have all got older which is making these games look and play a lot worse than they really are. If you forget the rest and you want Space Invaders then buy it there are not many retro games that even come close brillant.
Summary: Hugely disappointing game this, with the exception of the Space Invaders module (how hard is it get that right though?) All other games have very poor gameplay, don't hold the interest for very long, and even the revamped games are of a child-like simplicity that only hold interest for a matter of seconds. Poor, poor, poor.