Summary: PSP KOF Orochi collection is basically similar to their console counterparts in terms of games available & gameplay. The main exception is that the graphics are sharper & nicer. Thats understandable given the smaller screen size of PSP. Other than that, you can play it on the move.
Summary: I have both the Wii and PSP version of this game while my friend has the PS2 version. The PS2 version has a glitches, loading and IMO a slight delay in the controls. The Wii version is the best with minimal loading, smooth controls and I haven't noticed many glitches. The PSP is pretty much the PS2 version but with longer load times and worse controls due to slowdown and lag.
Summary: Ok, so i'm sure that you have already heard that this game has some serious technical issues. As in, long load times and lapses in sound effects. Well these are all true, the most annoying of these is the loading in between matches(however these are not present in 94 or 95). I found however, that the games themselves are flat out a blast to play. I havnt put the game down since I've received it. I own a psp 3000 and found the moves a breeze to pull off.
Summary: This is one cool game setup with five games in one. The nostalgia reminds us of the old school games on video games in the laundromat while washing clothes. Plus, it shows and demonstrates the characters' moves so you can remember them while you play. plus, it has challenges which you can do to get videos and picture images add - ons. All in all, it's a great game to play for hours of fun.
Summary: I almost passed on buying this, because of some poor reviews of the game. I'm sure glad I took a chance. The moves are no harder to do than most any fighting game without a real joystick. I previously learned the special moves from playing a portable version of Streetfighter, so I had no problems with this King of Fighters. I have the 2nd version of the PSP (psp2000), and the game plays well on it. Any issues are minor enough to NOT detract from my enjoyment.