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Yet more bad news for the PSP:Go according to Greg Miller: Sony representatives have told IGN that “[they] were evaluating a UMD conversion program, but due to legal and technical reasons, we will not be offering the program at this time”

Hit the jump for some evaluation of this news… Read more… »

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PSN’s Home-lite coming to PSP
By: | September 25th, 2009

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Sony announced yesterday that it’s bringing a smaller version of PlayStation Network’s Home to the PSP… sometime.

Hit the jump to see the scant details!


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PSP (no)GO
By: | September 24th, 2009


EB Games Australia has joined a growing list of retailers refusing to carry the PSP GO, in a move most will recall as having its roots with Dutch retailer, Nedgame.

Both retailers have cited the higher price, lack of trade-in on games, and lack of games on the shelf amongst a number of reasons for their decision.



And so continues the plethora of video game news that the Tokyo Game Show is sure to provide us with this week.

In recent news, IGN managed to get a hold of an exclusive, co-op enabled Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker demo that was originally a TGS exclusive. The newest firmware, the demo itself, and your dusty PSP is all you’ll need to enjoy the next installment in the Metal Gear Solid series. Read more… »

To give our readers some PSP love,  check out this “new” video for the soon-to-be-downloadable title, LocoRoco: Midnight Carnival.

It’s basically the same as the launch trailer released last month, but now with captions describing the onscreen action!  It showcases the new “boing!” mechanic (read: wall bounce) and promises to be much more difficult than the last two incarnations. Read more… »


When one thinks of a “fan service,” not often does one think of an IP that not only meets the requirements of the term, but also goes beyond expectations and delivers a quality gaming experience. Many fan service offerings undeniably fall short in terms of sheer playability and fun-factor, and it seems to have become general practice that if a developer grants the gaming community with a “fan service,” then gameplay can be overlooked to the point of mediocrity. Yet, this undiclosed “rule,” as all rules do, must have an exception to remain viable.

Square Enix, in an effort to become this very exception, has given us the ultimate RPG fan service, pitting twenty-two of Final Fantasy’s most well known warriors and villains against each other. Dissidia: Final Fantasy hopes to break free of fan-service inadequacy and create a new “rule” for all to abide by. Though, with such high expectations, can Cloud, Kefka, Tidus and the rest of the Final Fantasy party retain their individual splendor while proving to be a formidable IP for all to enjoy? Read more… »


One of the Netherlands’ biggest game retailers will not be selling the PSP:Go. Nedgames, a leading retailer has refused to sell the handheld and gives the reasons why on it’s front webpage.

Translation of the comments on their website reveals the following reasons, after the jump. Read more… »

Touted as one of the finest PlayStation 3 exclusives around, Valkyria Chronicles had a one-of-a-kind look and appeal that oozed right to your lounges. Moving right along, we’re here to bring you both good and bad news on the acclaimed RPG. The good is that Valkyria Chronicles is getting a sequel. Hooray, right? Well, yeah, if you own a PlayStation Portable you’ll be able to exclusively play it. Unfortunately, those who don’t really care for one won’t be able to.

Hit the jump to find out more.


Warriors Orochi 2 looks rather impressive on paper. With ninety-six playable characters, five separate story campaigns, and a bevy of additional modes – one can’t help but be intrigued. Unfortunately, none of these features matter when the game simply isn’t any fun to play.

Regardless of the numbers of characters at the player’s disposal, or the level of depth in the admittedly deep character and weapon customization systems, the core gameplay mechanics behind Orochi 2 are bland, repetitive, and frustrating. Read more… »


Today word got out that the Limited Edition Gran Turismo Entertainment Pack, previously only available in Japan, will arrive in the U.S. on October 20.

For $200 gamers will receive a “mystic silver” PSP-3000 (note it’s not a PSPGo), Gran Turismo PSP, an exclusive car download, a voucher for one movie download off of the PlayStation Network, a 2GB memory stick and a music voucher that allows for 10 free song downloads off of Sony’s Music Pass service.

For the full details hit the jump.

Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker

Hideo Kojima wants to make sure you know that the new Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker game for the PSP is all about co-op gameplay.  To drive the point home, he has released a new 9 minute trailer featuring nothing but multiple Snakes all working together.  Filled with plenty of Kojima style humor, this new footage definitely demonstrates multiple ways that people will be able to work in teams to sneak around the environment and defeat enemies.

This really is a must see trailer, so hit the jump to view it and discover why you need to own a PSP and this game. Read more… »

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Invizimals trailer released
By: | August 19th, 2009


Sony’s upcoming PSP title Invizimals made a huge splash at this year’s E3, most notably for its shady, behind-closed-doors screening. But, since then, those who witnessed the unique concept upon which the game is built have been buzzing about it ever since.

Now Sony, along with Invizimals developer Novarama, have released a hilarious trailer including actual gameplay footage, and a storyline more at home in a Spy Kids film.

Hit the jump to watch the trailer… if you dare.