About the Product
- Havok physics engine provides life-like physical reactions on both characters and environments
- New and improved weapons, such as grenade launchers, sticky mines, smoke grenades, and flash bangs
- New character actions enable players to force enemies to take cover with blind fire or protect health with the new human shield features
- Underwater physics allows players to experience 360 degrees of water navigation to explore shipwrecks and target enemies with new underwater weapons like the bolt pistol and spear gun
- Improved buddy mechanics
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Congratulations! You have one of the best titles on the PSP: Syphon Filter: Logan's Shadow. This was my first Syphon Filter title, and I fully enjoyed it.
PS2. Yup, great graphics, its smooth, the animations are great, and also the cinematics are smooth and make you blink a few times and make sure that your holding a PSP. Everything is as good as you can get on the PSP.
Great. Although, when you have your back on a surface, and you peer around the corner, it'll shift oddly occasionally, but this is usually only on four foot surfaces. The controls feel natural, as well as you are able to act in cut-scenes, I remember one time, I wasn't expecting anything to happen, and I got my throat slit. Even when your in a cut-scene, keep your eyes open, and your hand ready. It's always tense.
Not bad for the PSP. Having the slim probably helps though. ;) Never slows down in the game, which is nice, because that occasionally happens in some games.
Yup. Let's go over some basics. You can either be stealthy with a knife and a silenced pencil, or strategical with darts and tazers. With the ability to use the environment, you can kill three people with a misplaced bomb. Not to mention you can take out an AK - 47 and run in their like a hooligan, blasting away people like no tomorrow. Also it introduces new underwater missions, as well as more interaction with vehicles.
Re-playable missions, unlockable weapons for customizing, training missions, hidden files, basically, everything that you would need in a shooting game.
If you have a PSP, get this game, it's as simple as that.
Story: You play as special operative Gabe Logan who's sent to a ship in the Indian Ocean to retrieve a new dangerous piece of technology in the hands of terrorists. But the more he digs and the more he realizes things don't fit, he finds himself finding old enemies and allies as well as possibly the idea that one enemy was on his side. I don't want to spoil too much since it's hard to bring down but it's also quite intriguing so it's best to just play it.
Graphics: The PSP, despite being small, can crank out some pretty surprising graphics, as evidenced by God of War and Crisis Core. Logan's Shadow is pretty much the same thing since it's so sharp, heavily detailed, characters are well animated, the cutscenes are quite gorgeous (though the eyes...freaky looking) and the different visors like night and heat vision look quite splendid as well.
Sound/Music: The music's quite fantastic actually and while I was getting a bit tired of those wailing vocals in films like 300 and Gladiator to show off that "epic" atmosphere, here the music helps and keeps you on your toes with ambience or straight ahead action tunes for the bigger stuff.Read more ›
Still reading? OK this game got a 95/100 from IGN and "Handheld Game of the Month". 90/100 from GameDaily. 85/100 from GameSpot. Gaming Age gave it 100/100: "Hell, you're lucky to find a console game so well put together overall."
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have owned this game for many years and it stands the test of time. A must for any PSP owner who likes a well written game with a lot of twists and turns.Published 5 months ago by M.D
I purchased this game, not expecting much, but, WOW! This was outstanding! A must-get for ANY PSP owner who is into fast-paced third-person shooters. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Robert Nortness