EA released From Russia with Love for the PS2, Xbox and GameCube last November, and now it's headed to Sony's new handheld, the PSP. We scored a look at the game recently, over at EA's campus in Redwood Shores, California. And from what we saw, including a bunch of multiplayer modes and a chunk of the single-player story mode, it looks to be a faithful port of the console version. More importantly, it looks like it works as a portable title.
The PSP version follows the same narrative and mission structure as the console version. It still splits between eight missions that further divide into 32 stages. Fans can rest easy in the knowledge that developers didn't strip or remove anything. In fact, one of the aspects they've beefed up for the PSP release is the roster of playable characters in multiplayer mode. You can head down below to check them out, and don't forget to see a bunch of new screens in the media section!
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