I played these games on my Playstation TV. Most of the PSP games I have are digital, and better yet, most of them work with my PSP with the exception of Crazy Taxi Fare Wars. For that game I had to use a component cable from my PSP to the TV, and it doesn't look that great but it was the only way I could make the videos.

BlazBlue Calamity Trigger
Video length: 38:32
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with Tager. Whilst I usually try to fight hidden bosses I decided not to with this game, as if you fight Unlimited Ragna you don't get to see the ending, regardless whether you win or lose. So I lost a round on purpose. This game is easy to beat otherwise.





BlazBlue Continuum Shift II
Video length: 40:34
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with Tager. The game's final boss, Hazama, can actually be a pain to beat since he can drain your health just by being near you (you have to keep attacking him to stop this) plus he has some annoying moves.

By beating the game without losing any rounds and getting a few super move finishes, you get to fight the game's hidden boss. She's one of the cheapest bosses I've ever fought due to her being able to spam projectiles everywhere. As usual, I lose, but since it doesn't effect anything I don't care.





Crazy Taxi
Video length: See below
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthroughs of the version included on Crazy Taxi Fare Wars. I did a video for the arcade city with Gus, and a video for the original city with B.D. Joe, both games were played on arcade rules, and getting S ranks.


Arcade city playthrough (11:37)
Original city playthrough (16:52)



Crazy Taxi 2
Video length: See below
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthroughs of the version included on Crazy Taxi Fare Wars. I did a video for the Around Apple city with Hot-D, and a video for the Small Apple city with Iceman, both games were played on arcade rules, and getting S ranks.

I think the cities in this game aren't as much fun to drive around as they were in the original, they don't seem to be as well designed as before. I like the way you can jump though.


Around Apple playthrough (13:35)
Small Apple playthrough (13:11)



Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower
Video length: 19:26
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Donovan, using his DS3 version and playing under Night Warriors settings. This is a port of the Japanese exclusive Dreamcast version, which adds some extra features. I got to fight Oboro Bishamon as well, who's a hidden boss you can fight.