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Sony: PSP 3000 battery life is the same as the current PSP

Sony’s John Koller has corrected himself over comments that the PSP 3000 will feature a shorter battery life. Koller now stated that the “our engineers in Japan worked to reduce the power consumption of the overall system including its components, so you won’t have to worry about losing any time when enjoying the more vibrant visuals displayed with the new PSP.”

September 15, 2008 Posted by | PSP | | Leave a comment

SCEE to release some downloadable PSP games on UMD

SCEE has revealed that it is to release compilation UMD’s containing 3 PSP games that are currently available to download from the PSN. One compilation is called the “PLAYSTATION Network Collection – Power pack”, it contains flOw, Beats and Syphon Filter: Combat Ops. The other is the “PLAYSTATION Network Collection – Puzzle pack” which contains Lemmings, Go! Sudoku and Go! Puzzle. The compilations are set for release this October.

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Play PSP games on your PC

With the help of some plug-ins, you can play PSP games on your PC and you can also use PS 1, 2 or 3 controllers connected to your PC too if you should wish to do so. Read more here.

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Sony: PSP isn’t in shadow of DS, we have different positioning

David Reeves has stated that Sony is very happy with its PSP line of business and is comfortable with it. He also added that the PSP isn’t in the shadow of the DS as the consoles are positioned differently with the PSP not solely about gaming only. As for thoughts of a lack of developer support, Reeves stated that the more Sony goes to publishers with the PSP, the more they are coming on board.

September 15, 2008 Posted by | PSP | | Leave a comment

Sony: We have many more un-announced PSP games, it’s a shame third parties neglected it

Sony’s President of Worldwide Studios Shuhei Yoshida denotes that Sony has many more games up its sleeve for the PSP that they haven’t announced for next year. Yoshida also admits that its really disappointing that third parties have neglected the PSP as essentially it is a lost opportunity for them.

September 15, 2008 Posted by | PSP | | Leave a comment