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Since daddy doesn’t really play PSP, it’s up to me to make sure you find the best stuff to take with you. It’s too bad my favorite MegaMan titles are not co-op, but we can play some other stuff together.

PSPGo Game Bundle ($199.99)

 The PSPGo is a really neat handheld system because it doesn’t need a lot of cartridges to work. This bundle will get you a black PSPGo and a few games. Daddy won’t let me play Socom, but I like to play Little Big Planet PSP anyway. - Katie

Metal Gear Solid: Peacewalker ($29.99)

 For the big kids that grew up with Solid Snake, Peacewalker allows you to bring some buddies when sneaking through fields, fighting bosses, and figuring out the plot through your PSP. It works really well, and adults should really like playing this one together. - Katie

 

 

Valkyria Chronicles 2 ($39.99)

 Anyone who appreciates using their brain will really like working together in Valkyria Chronicles 2. Blending RPG elements, awesome design screens, and a lot of tactical gameplay, this one is a definite winner this holiday season. - Chuck

 

 

Phantasy Star Portable 2 ($39.99)

 It has rappies! RAPPIES!! They are so CUTE. I just want to take them all home and have them helpelessly slaughter swarms of zombies with their cuteness. There’s a game here two where you and three friends can take on plenty of other naughty creatures, collect and share loot, and of course...find more rappies! - Katie

 

Ad-Hoc: Sometimes it’s tough to get people together for the holidays, or any other time of the year. If you’re separated by some distance, don’t fret - PS3 owners can create a virtual room to play in using the Ad-Hoc program available on the PS3, allowing “local” PSP co-op to become long-distance. - Chuck



 
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