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Well what do we have here? Why it’s only Gran Turismo PSP (formerly known as Gran Turismo Mobile), the notorious portable iteration of the titanic racing series. You know, the one which was originally intended to coincide with the launch of the PSP some 4 years ago.

Delays aside, Gran Turismo PSP is finally a reality, and the first glimpse we have ever had of it in action certainly looked impressive.

The revealing trailer and a now hopefully trustful release date can all be found after the break.



Sony have announced the PSP Go! As if we didn’t know it was coming! Called the “worst kept secret of E3″, the PSP Go has some interesting features, hit the jump to check them out plus the conference feed! Read more… »


Sony has just announced that Resident Evil Portable is heading to the PSP Go!

Joining an already stellar line-up for 2009, Resi is sure to have you shaking to your core from your toilet or bus seat later this year.


Grand Turismo for the PSP has been announced. Creator of Gran Turismo says the PSP Go may be small, but the game is big.

  • Sixty frames per second!
  • 800 cars, 35 tracks, 60 layout variations of the tracks!
  • Single Player: Standard races, mission challenges, drift challenges, time challenges.
  • Full size Gran Turismo experience.
  • Utilizes the ad-hoc mode enabling you to race with up to four players.
  • Trading and sharing of cars between your garage and the garage of other players.
  • It is fairly difficult to gather all the cars alone, so get with your friends!
  • On display at the show floor. GamerLimit will have impressions up!



Sony’s E3 conference kicked off with some impressive figures, including a 30% share of all gaming sales in 2008 – spread across the PS2, PS3 and PSP.

Then, an Uncharted 2 clip was met with heavy amounts of applause from the crowd. It looked sensational – we’ll be sure to post the video as and when we get it!


Without going too much into the back story of this (just posted a story about Kojima!), a mysterious listing has just been spotted on Games Press. Hit the jump to see what it said!



Warner Brothers Interactive officially announced what has been rumored for almost a year. Lego Harry Potter is in the works and will span the story of the first four films. You’ll have the ability to play as Harry, Ron, and Hermione and “attend classes, learn spells, mix potions, fly on broomsticks, and earn house points.”

Is it me, or would this be the first Lego game that would be worth adding a little bit of voice acting to?



Gamer Limit can confirm that is now offering the PSP’s Go!Explore GPS system for less than £75 in the UK!
It isn’t exactly surprising that Sony took the satellite navigation direction for their portable console. In fact, I’m surprised they didn’t incorporate it into the versatile system sooner, as the PSP’s screen is superb in terms of size and clarity.


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PSP Go leaks before E3
By: | May 30th, 2009


Following several rumours that Sony have big plans to unveil a successor to the mighty PSP at this years E3 conference, it seems that we finally have confirmation after an apparent leaked video spilled onto the internet today, just days before E3.

Welcome to PSP Go, Sony’s latest dive into the handheld gaming market.

Full details with the leaked video can be found after the break.



Death defying antics? Leaps across wide canyons? Breaking apart enemies with a whip? Your hat snapping onto your head? Yeah! Sounds like Lego Indiana Jones to me. While the first was delegated to a pack-in for the Xbox 360, it seemed to have received wide praise across all platforms.

The bricked up Dr. Jones is at it again, with a brand new adventure. According to Activision and TellTale, the game will hit later this year with a new “hook”. This instance of Lego Indy is to include user created levels. It will be available for the DS, PSP, Xbox 360, Wii, PS2, PS3. Hit the jump for the PR.



Everybody’s Super Sonic Racing! Try to keep your feet right on the ground. When you’re Super Sonic Racing there’s no time to look around! We’re just Super Sonic Racing! Running to the point of no return…”

Wait, what? This isn’t a sequel to Sonic R? Sort of is? ….What, Mario Kart? Oh, I get it. You mean it is like Mario Kart. Well, for Sonic enthusiasts hoping that the blue blur was going to get back into racing old school style, go ahead and be absolutely dissapointed. At least there is a trailer for the brand new Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, right?



THQ have release some details regarding the Spongebob’s Truth or Square, a game that needs no details to let us know that it will basically be incredibly amazing. That may have sounded sarcastic, but it wasn’t meant to be. You can’t really go wrong with this little guy, can you? This adventure sees him protecting the secret recipe for the famous and (probably) delicious Krabby Patty. Hit the jump for the press release and trailer.