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Pump It Up Zero Portable

Compatible with Sony PSP™ (PSP™)
Works on all systems sold worldwide, a correct regional account may be required for online features.
USD 0.00
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Pump It Up Zero Portable
Pump It Up Zero Portable
Pump It Up Zero Portable
Pump It Up Zero Portable


  • AD-Hoc wireless Battle at Versus Station
  • Various Game Mode & Level: 5 Game Stations and 3 levels
  • 117 songs of Pops, K-pops, Banya and remixes
  • Reward System: Buying various items (steps, images and music)
  • Game points at Store Station
  • Enjoying own played games & Music videos at Mania Station


More rhythm & action available on your PSP™. Play Pump It Up Zero Portable at home, work, school or just anywhere you like. This game has a great assortment of 111 songs, including Pop, Banya and K-Pop tracks. Using wireless connection (AD hoc mode) at "Versus Station", you will be most excited. Whenever you end a song or clear, you can gather game points. At Store Station, you can buy various indicators, steps, images and music videos with your game points.

Now, Boost your fingers!

How to Play?

• Push the direction indicator button to the music
• When a direction indicator reaches the sequence zone, the player has to press the applicable button
• When the direction indicator reaches the target zone, the gauge indicator goes up. Once the player pushes the button twice they can attain a perfect mark, which is called a "COMBO"
• When you make a mistake, the gauge indicator will go down and eventually the game will be over.

customer reviews

Average rating:  (4.5 out of 5)
Total votes: 3

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Amazing yeah... but.
I agree totally on the first review, however.

The game has a few bugs and lags sometimes. Not to mention certain Exceed 2/Zero exclusive songs were dropped for unknown(?) reasons.

Still a pretty solid game. I still recommend it.
I\'m just saying it could have been better.
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PIU zero is amazing
I\'ve been playing bemani games like DDR, ITG and pop\'n for a long time, but I have never really been much of a PIU fan. I was debating wether to get this or DJ max portable 2, but I think this was the better decision. When I first got the game, it was very hard. The controls were confusing, but after awhile I got fluent with the controls, and they are acctually nicely mapped. The key is to just practice. The music in this game is very good, and the quality from the PSP is amazing. The background videos for the songs are very well done also. Althou this is a Korean game, it is pretty much entirely in English, except for some of the song names. You can change the language in the options menu as well.

In the end, PIU Zero Portable is a good game and I would highly reccomend it for anyone who enjoys a solid bemani game.
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