Excerpt: Sony seems to have found a new hole in the market, porting succesful PS3 franchises to its less than awesome-performing Playstation Portable. After a series of ports with amongst others Kratos, Jak&Daxter, Gran Turismo and the recently less succesful Eye of Judgment it’s now the turn of the Fat...
Excerpt: Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake PSP review “Once upon a time in the land of Titania, there lived two Princesses who loved to play together in the Black Forest”, sounds like your ordinary princesses game right? Well, you’d be wrong. Fat Princess for the PSP is a princess game, but with a twist.
Pros: Funny, Good Graphics, Will keep you busy and amused for hours, easy to play, involves cake!
Cons: Games modes are too similar, Unbalanced character classes
Summary: Fistful of Cake is what the PSP really needs right now – Sony-exclusive titles with a ton of charm and appeal. This Fat Princess remake features a ton of solid gameplay, unique strategy elements, great presentation and exclusive game content that provides great variety.
Excerpt: When Fat Princess was released on the PlayStation Network title, it seemed to scream "Put me on the PSP!" Well, Sony Santa Monica and SuperVillain Studios have heard the squalling little title and brought it to the PSP.
Excerpt: Fat Princess was an odd little game for the PS3. Teams of 16 players competed against each other in isometric 3D battles across eight maps, capturing the opposition's princess, protecting the princess you've already captured, killing enemies in team deathmatch or taking control points.
Conclusion: The campaign will cover the usual princess rescuing modes as well as cover resource gathering and building along the way. It is a nice way to gently ease players into the comical medieval and fast moving world that awaits them.
Excerpt: When it launched in mid-2009, Fat Princess was a very enjoyable game marred by some technical hitches related to the online (which were later fixed). It was easy to pick up and play, and charming in the way that it was innocent on the outside and brutal on the inside.