Sony PSP

Sony PSP

We love to play games, and as the holidays approach, we keep having fewer reasons to hold out on buying a Sony PSP ($250) (yeah, we know it's been out since March — but we weren't around then). More intriguing games are approaching their release date, it's got a built-in web browser, it plays video, MP3 and AAC music files, and shows off pictures like a champ. And if you're planning on picking up a PS3, we're pretty sure you're going to want a PSP to use with it.

  • Vaja PSPouch

    We love our PSPs, but it's hard to find a case for them that matches the sexiness of the machine. Until now. The PSPouch from Vaja cases ($140) is the most fashionable way to carry your PSP, two extra UMDs, four Memory Stick Duos, and anything you can fit in the zippered accessories pocket.

  • Arcade Legends Street Fighter II

    If you remember dropping quarters into this arcade game, you're not alone. The dedicated Street Fighter II Champion Edition mini console ($50) comes with two of Sega's 6-button Genesis controllers and plugs directly into your TV. And if the groundbreaking Capcom fighting game wasn't enough, there's also a super challenging bonus game in the bundle — Ghouls and Ghosts. Both titles are based on Sega's Genesis conversions, not the arcade games, so they're just good enough to pass muster for the price.

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