UPDATE: As of December 2009, both games are out on PSP, and sadly not all turned out well. Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny is still pretty awesome, coming in as a leaner package with no formal story mode but at least has the Character Creation mode intact and in some ways better than the console versions, in some ways worse (PROS: You can mess with P1 outfits CONS: You can't customize the standing roster of characters). But at least barefoot customization/the ability to take off the babes' footwear is there, although the character models' feet aren't detailed. Tekken 6 unfortunately is a BIG disappointment- many shortcuts were made, including a lot of options being taken away (or in this case, melded together), including barefoot customization. In effect, only Christie Monteiro and Alisa Bosconovitch have options for barefoot outfits, and they're very, very limited.
So in the end- Soulcalibur PSP, not bad. Tekken 6 PSP, almost total loss for foot-fans. Just get the console versions, people.
Namco-Bandai just announced today that Tekken 6 and Soulcalibur IV will be coming to Sony's Playstation Portable. Which means, well, foot fans can have their barefoot fighting vixens along with them wherever they go! The PSP version of Tekken 6 will come with all the characters and deep customization options of the arcade and upcoming home console versions. Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny is not a simple port of the PS3 and Xbox360 versions, but will have special modes made to welcome newcomers into the complex gameplay. Also, there will be new characters joining the lineup, the first of which revealed is Dhampierre, a mustachioed rascal in a suit and top hat who sports a wicked wrist blade. As with the home versions, Broken Destiny will feature Character Creation and features like Clothing Breaks and Critical Finishes.
Keep your hands on those PSPs, guys. Heheh. Awesome fighting action and the hottest barefoot babes, in your pocket. Man, I LOVE technology!
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