Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep

After ‘Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories’ established the concept that there could be installments into the series around the main entries, and that appearances on handhelds were going to be equally plot-relevant to their main-line kin, Square Enix upped the game by taking advantage of the then-new Sony PlayStation Portable device.

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Valkyria Chronicles II

After the triumphant arrival of Valkyria Chronicles onto PlayStation 3, fans of the IP were a little surprised to see the second main-line entry into the series released onto the company’s handheld, the PSP. Even more so to see the war-torn series now focus its attention on a military academy setting.

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Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars

It’s possible that no console experience has ever summed up the feeling of playing a pen and paper RPG quite as succinctly as Voice of Cards. Rather than a summary of every mechanic, it focuses in on the storyteller experience, with the Dungeon Master presenting every aspect of the games world to you through a personal narrative between his/herself and the group. It is this element that Voice of Cards absolutely nails.

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