It’s no surprise that the PlayStation Portable is another great role-playing game console.
Many PSP games use quicksave. Save spaces!
Original and remade PSP RPGs are abundant.
These games are top-notch.
And here is list of best 27 games…
- 27. 20th Anniversary Final Fantasy Edition
- 26. Radiant Mythology
- 25. The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky
- 24. Ys: The Oath in Felghana
- 23. Growlanser Wayfarer of Time
- 22. ZHP: Darkdeath Evilman vs. Unlosing Ranger
- 21. Wild Arms XF
- 20. Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days
- 19. Persona 2 Innocent Sin
- 18. Metal Gear AcID
- 17. Monster Hunter Freedom
- 16. Valkyria Chronicles II
- 15. Riviera, the Promised Land
- 14. The 3rd Birthday
- 13. PSP: Phantasy Star Portable
- 12. PSP’s Lunar: Silver Star Harmony
- 11. Rise of Apocalypse: X Men Legends II
- 10. Final Fantasy IV Complete Edition
- 9. Second Evolution: Star Ocean
- 8.Valkyrie profile: Lenneth
- 7. Jeanne d’Arc
- 6. Half Minute Hero
- 5. Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
- 4. Ys Seven
- 3. Tactics Ogre: Hold Together
- 2. Persona 3 Portable
- 1. Final Fantasy Tactics: War of Lions
27. 20th Anniversary Final Fantasy Edition
The first two Final Fantasy games are widely available, including on phones.
The PSP version is unique. It has stunning 2D sprites.
It’s not cartoonish like steam releases from a few years ago or pixelated like recent remasters.
Due to its simplicity and attractiveness, the first entry is still playable.
For interested fans, the sequel.
26. Radiant Mythology
Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology is the only game in the series to be released in the west and localized into English, proving that JRPG fans love the PSP.
Tales of the World is a spin-off of the Tales franchise, which began in 1995 and continues today.
The game’s Metacritic score is 66, average. It’s the lone western release of this series and one of the console’s most unusual games.
25. The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky
In 2011, this modest excursion surprised us. The intricacies make this turn-based JRPG with a save-the-realm plot shine.
Trails in the Sky offers one of the most vividly portrayed worlds in any RPG series (six games as of this writing) with well-written, likeable characters whose interactions are always amusing.
This 40-hour game is the first in a critically acclaimed trilogy with recurrent characters, subplots, and musical themes.
With XSEED and Carpe Fulgur working on Second Chapter, we want more Trails. Trails in the Sky is one of the top PSP games.
24. Ys: The Oath in Felghana
While Ys SEVEN revitalized the series, Ys: The Oath in Felghana showcases Falcom’s old game concept.
In this game, Adol Christin is the only playable character, but he has a variety of magic rings. (Think A Link to the Past, but faster and leaner.)
The Oath in Felghana is a near-perfect action RPG with tight pacing, the best Ys soundtrack, and rapid, skill-based gameplay.
23. Growlanser Wayfarer of Time
Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time’s blend of politics and magic makes for a compelling plot.
Real-time strategy and turn-based combat make for a dynamic RPG experience.
The game’s branching storylines, outstanding gameplay mechanics, and retro aesthetics make it a must-play for genre fans.
22. ZHP: Darkdeath Evilman vs. Unlosing Ranger
ZHP: Unlosing Ranger Vs. Darkdeath Evilman adapts Disgaea’s sophisticated systems for turn-based dungeon crawlers.
You train in dungeons as the Unlosing Ranger to battle Darkdeath Evilman, whom you’ll face countless times.
ZHP: Unlosing Ranger Vs. Darkdeath Evilman is the most serious unserious RPG ever with a hilarious tale and great customization.
21. Wild Arms XF
Wild Arms XF is the series first step into the tactical role-playing game genre, breaking the rules of the genre in creative ways.
Battlefields, for example, are not separated into squares. But into hexagons, leading to a six-way movement option that opens up a ton of exciting battle alternatives.
This unique take on tactical turn-based combat is enhanced by a robust class system, and varied map and objectives design that will keep you engaged from beginning to end, despite the story of Clarissa and Felius and their fight against the council of the kingdom of Elesius not being particularly gripping.
20. Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days
That implies massive numbers on your screen!
Following the human Adell and the demonic princess Rozalin in their war against Overlord Zenon, who converted the entire populace into demons, Disgaea 2: Dark Hero Days is just as zany as its predecessor.
The brilliant blending of features like Geo Panels and Geo Symbols, character creation, and reincarnation gives the game’s turn-based tactical fighting system amazing depth.
If things are bad, ask the Dark Assembly for help.
19. Persona 2 Innocent Sin
In Persona 2: Innocent Sin, characters and themes from PlayStation 1’s Eternal Punishment return.
Joker’s mystery still dominates. But it evolves in a totally different way.
Due to its lengthy story and cumbersome battle system, Innocent Sin is hard for modern Persona fans to get into.
If you can overlook these issues, you’ll find a terrific plot that rivals its successors.
18. Metal Gear AcID
Metal Gear’s PSP debut eschewed stealth. Metal Gear AC!D, a non-canon spin-off, is a card-based strategy game
The handheld’s turn-based gameplay works effectively, despite Metal Gear’s reputation.
One sequel was made for the PSP, while Portable Ops and Peace Walker returned to traditional gameplay.
17. Monster Hunter Freedom
Monster Hunter predates Monster Hunter: World, which may surprise some. Older games were specialised and less accessible.
For anyone who missed the first two Monster Hunter games, the PSP remakes are available.
Monster Hunter Freedom and Monster Hunter Freedom 2 use the PSP’s portability to offer new features to remakes.
16. Valkyria Chronicles II
Valkyria Chronicles dominates tactical role-playing games.
Valkyria Chronicles II replaces battle with a light-hearted military academy.
Avan Hardins’ Lanseal Military Academy classes don’t reflect the school’s culture. This odd separation reduces the experience.
Looking past this, you’ll find a superb tactical role-playing game that combines turn-based action with third-person shooters having various mission objectives and great level design.
War was never so exciting.
15. Riviera, the Promised Land
First impressions can lie.
What appears childish might be really dark.
Riviera: The Promised Land confuses gamers with its anime graphics and flips all genre standards. Players control wingless angel Ein and his allies in another angel-demon fight.
As the game’s mechanics are unique to PSP, saying another is reductive.
Exploration resembles point-and-click adventure games, while the creative customizing system offers diverse powers based on battle gear.
14. The 3rd Birthday
The third game in the cult-classic Parasite Eve franchise, The 3rd Birthday, may be the weakest of the many fantastic PSP-exclusive RPGs.
Fans of the older games will recognize the game-play and characters in the plot.
After so long, the franchise returned, but fans were disappointed. A console sequel may be released.
13. PSP: Phantasy Star Portable
JRPG numbering stopped after Phantasy Star IV. The PSP hosted the franchise. Phantasy Star Portable is a PS2 sequel to Universe.
Both the PSP game and its sequel have never been ported to other systems. The sequel has multiplayer. Games using the PSP’s extensive internet connectivity were amazing.
The Sega Genesis Collection on the PSP has the second, third, and fourth Phantasy Star games for fans of the earlier style. Sonic’s Ultimate Genesis Collection on PS3 includes the Sega Master System original.
Phantasy Star Online 2, released in 2020 in the west but long available in Japan, offers a more modern online experience.
12. PSP’s Lunar: Silver Star Harmony
Believe a three-time Dragonmaster.
Lunar: Silver Star Harmony is the ultimate JRPG.
The story of young Alex and his boyhood companion Luna saving the world is basically identical, but new sequences give complexity to this outstanding coming-of-age story.
The strategic turn-based combat system, though slow, is very rewarding.
11. Rise of Apocalypse: X Men Legends II
Marvel’s action RPGs were risky before X-Men Legends, but after its success, we received a second and two Marvel Ultimate Alliance titles. Fun, but not masterpieces.
X-Men Legends II on PSP was the best. Any Marvel comics enthusiast might find a team of four to defeat enemies as nearly two dozen famous characters.
Although it’s hard to believe now, it was at least as fun as the home console version.
10. Final Fantasy IV Complete Edition
Final Fantasy IV: The Complete Edition features the original game redone with gorgeous 2D graphics, The After Years sequel, and a new tale that connects the two games.
The After Years is the Complete Edition’s main lure, however its story and balancing faults make it inferior to the original. despite intriguing battle changes.
When you can just play FF4 in its splendour, it’s fine.
9. Second Evolution: Star Ocean
Star Ocean: Second Evolution is good, but not much different from the PlayStation 1 version.
Star Ocean: Second Evolution follows Claude C. Kenny and Rena Lanford as they study the Sorcery Globe, a meteorite affecting life on the impoverished planet Expel.
They fight several bad guys in full-on action conflicts and get to know a colorful array of individuals through the Private Action system.
The PSP port just adds additional voice acting and an optional character.
Even without modern features, the dual-perspective tale and fast-paced fighting carry the game.
8.Valkyrie profile: Lenneth
Disappointed? You shouldn’t.
Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth on PSP is still fun.
You travel with the Valkyrie Lenneth to Midgard to collect warriors for Ragnarok in Valhalla. Fun too.
Valkyrie Profile: Lenneth is as legendary as the Aesir due to its wonderful tale, platform-game-like exploration, excellent battle system, and many endings.
7. Jeanne d’Arc
Jeanne d’Arc’s tactical role-playing game isn’t groundbreaking, but it’s well-executed.
The game’s turn and grid-based combat features give neighboring troops extra turns and augment damage with elemental affinities to speed up battles.
This provides a fascinating, fast-paced, sophisticated, yet simple system.
With exciting gameplay powering up this re-telling of Jeanne d’Arc’s journey of self-discovery, you’ll be asking for more by the time the concluding credits start rolling.
6. Half Minute Hero
Half-Minute Hero is the time-saving role-playing game. Unlike most.
The Time Goddess’s hero must travel the land to fight the Ultimate Evil Lord and his minions, who can cast a spell that can destroy the planet in 30 seconds.
In 30 seconds, you must beat adversaries in a simple combat system to reset the countdown and destroy the baddies.
Half-Minute Hero’s comedy and variety make it a great game.
If you give it a try I swear you’ll have a smile on your face.
5. Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy mixes worlds. A entertaining, nonsensical clash.
The century-long Cosmos-Chaos battle has deep motivations, but lousy writing makes you lose interest.
The fantastic gameplay, which blends 3D combat games with role-playing game concepts, keeps you playing: all the key protagonists and villains from Final Fantasy I to XIII are here, including some of the most popular side characters.
They have special attacks that start matches with fire, blizzards, and lightning. Also configurable gear.
Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy is addictive due to its many play types.
4. Ys Seven
Ys Seven is as filled with action as any self-respecting action role-playing game should be. Maybe more.
Ys Seven marked an important evolutionary stride for the series.
Multiple playable characters have specific movesets and attack attributes that make them more effective versus certain monster types.
Nightmare mode awaits you when Adol’s quest in Altago begins.
3. Tactics Ogre: Hold Together
The first Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together deserved better.
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together continues the fantastic story of Denam, who rises from a peasant of an oppressed minority to defend Valeria.
Remakes improve everything.
A new, more customizable skill system overhauled the class system. Rebalancing difficulty and improving English localization give the adventure a fantasy-novel vibe that the original urgently needed.
From developers to diehard fans, a work of love.
2. Persona 3 Portable
Persona 3 Portable is a more compact version of the PlayStation 2 game that may be more fun.
Persona 3 Portable adds a new female protagonist, Social Links, and story sections to your hundredth game.
Persona 3 Portable is the ideal method to play a big role-playing game without spending hours in front of a TV.
1. Final Fantasy Tactics: War of Lions
Perfection can be enhanced. Indeed.
Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions improves the great tale of the original with gorgeously animated cutscenes and an English translation that finally adds political complexity.
This FFT game is great due to its superior story, gameplay changes, and fresh designs.
It also includes two new vocations and the same strong tactical role-playing game players have loved since 1998.