Sony Playstation Portable PSP Omegapost

The Rumors Begin

And then Sony opened the skies, and down from the heavens poured glorious PSN content for all to enjoy. Holy smokes people, this is the biggest overall update in a while, and there’s plenty to enjoy. Castlevania Chronicles has finally made its way into the PlayStation Store, along with a few other downloadable titles. A Super Stardust Portable add-on is now available, along with some game videos and a theme. Enjoy!

The Rumors Begin

Downloadable Titles:

  • Castlevania Chronicles ($5.99)
  • RAYMAN 2: The Great Escape ($5.99)
  • Tokobot UMD Legacy ($9.99)Add-on Game Content:
  • Super Stardust Portable Solo Pack Add-On ($4.99)Game Videos:
  • Uncharted 2 Spike TV VGA Tease
  • PSN “T-Shirts” TV Spot
  • PS3 “Murals” TV SpotThemes:
  • Super Stardust Portable ThemeDownloading content from the Playstation Store to your PSP requires the Playstation Network Downloader, which is currently only Windows-compatible. Your PSP must be at firmware 3.70 or above, and a USB cable is required.\It seems that while the PSP is taking it’s winter break from software sales, Sony has more plans under their sleeve. Eurogamers reports that Sony is preparing a PSP-4000 unit for late 2009 launch, with a “PSP2” coming later. One would assume that another PSP update would bring minor changes, before Sony completely revamps the project and heads in a next-generation direction.For obvious reasons, very little information is available on the topic, but according to the rumors going around, developers are already working on titles for the PSP’s successor, which wouldn’t be expected until 2010. This would bring the original PSP’s life halfway into John Koller’s 10-year plan.

    The Rumors Begin

    What a disappointing week for the United States. Europe doesn’t have any new game releases, but they get a jewel in The Dark Knight on UMD, and Japan has potentially more games this week than the US has seen in months. Australia ends up empty handed too, but had their shot at Yggdra Union last week.

    United States:

Hmm, isn’t this an upsetting update. Unless of course you’re a video collector, then it’s perfect. Sorry folks, only a handful of game videos this week.

It seems that while the PSP is taking it’s winter break from software sales, Sony has more plans under their sleeve. Eurogamers reports that Sony is preparing a PSP-4000 unit for late 2009 launch, with a “PSP2” coming later. One would assume that another PSP update would bring minor changes, before Sony completely revamps the project and heads in a next-generation direction.

For obvious reasons, very little information is available on the topic, but according to the rumors going around, developers are already working on titles for the PSP’s successor, which wouldn’t be expected until 2010. This would bring the original PSP’s life halfway into John Koller’s 10-year plan.

 

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