If you don't own a PSP these days, you're missing out on a ton of great experiences. Yet another might be coming your way this fall, military fans.
Today, Ubisoft has announced two Ghost Recon titles; one is for the Nintendo Wii and the other, Ghost Recon Predator , is exclusive to Sony's handheld. Featuring "sophisticated technology, weaponry, graphics, and challenging gameplay," the game should be great for shooter aficionados on the go. You will be dropped into the dense jungles of Sri Lanka, where you and the rest of the Ghosts have 72 hours to prepare a path for a U.S. invasion force. Open conflict with Pakistan is nigh but during the course of the adventure, the Ghosts will find proof that we've been targeting the wrong enemy. Now, they must act before we make the mistake of entering into a fruitless war. Features include:
An exclusive tactical experience: Decide what tactics are best; use your massive firepower to eliminate powerful enemies or use the jungle to sneak behind enemies and strike using the element of surprise.
Electronic warfare: Use high-tech equipment to hunt, such as drones, air support and prototype weapons. Gaining experience for your squad allows customization of your Ghosts, making them more powerful.
Multiplayer co-op: Create a rifle team with two other friends (up to three players ad-hoc). Use flanking tactics with your teammate to outsmart the opposition.
Ghost Recon Predator is scheduled to launch in North America this November. The PS3 won't be the only console getting a lot of holiday love this year and besides, there are many situations where portable gaming is required. What, don't you go out?