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2006/04/11 11:28:36: By DM
Take this one with a grain of salt folks, we are not sure how reliable TechSpy is. According to them, there is a new version of the PSP on the way called the PSi, and it will feature a touch screen. Pretty blatent duplication of the DS, then again, this may not be true.
2006/04/10 18:05:14: By DM
Well this one certainly came out of left field. Activision has announced Gun: Showdown for the PSP. The game will be essentially the same as the home console versions with a few mode side missions. Click on the news title for the screens.
2006/04/10 8:08:45: By DM
Capcom has released the official info for the next installment of their anthology series on the PSP. This time around, as we have previously reported, the disc will feature some of the more obscure titles like Eco, the environmentally conscious shooter. Click read more for the full press info.

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — April 7, 2006 — Capcom®, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced Capcom® Classics Collection Reloaded,an amazing ensemble of more than 15 historic arcade favorites for the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) system. Featuring select hits from Capcom Classics Collection for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and Xbox® video game system from Microsoft®, Reloaded drives the nostalgia factor home with a host of new titles including Eco Fighters, King of Dragons and Knights of the Round. Satisfying the most discriminating of retro connoisseurs, Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded serves up a hearty spread of genres ranging from side scrolling brawlers to vertical shooters; providing enough flavor to please any gaming palate. Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded is scheduled for release throughout North America in Q4 2006.

2006/04/09 10:42:08: By DM
I don't know what the deal is with Shacknews lately, but they claim to have another exclusive srouce, this time for info on the PSP2. The device is going to be a full successor to the PSP apaprently, and the UMD disc format will be done away with. Rumor mill for now.
2006/04/08 10:44:00: By DM
According to GS, another set of Capcom Classics is on the way to the PSP. After the success of Capcom Classics Remixed on the handheld, Capcom announced that it will release a follow-up compilation to Remixed in Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded. The second antholody will feature games like Street Fighter II, Commando, and Ghouls 'n' Ghosts. as well as a selection of more obscure titles, such as the side-scrolling shooter Eco. Sounds great to us!
2006/03/30 11:04:50: By DM
According to 1up, Konami is planning a new Silent Hill game on the PSP called The Silent Hill Experience. No word yet on just what this new game will be, but 1up speculates it may be the SH1 remake we have all been waiting for.
2006/03/30 8:00:11: By DM
According to an article posted over at the Hollywood Reporter, Hollywood is starting to pull away from the PSP UMD movie format. According to one studio exec, despite the numbers Sony touts, the UMD movies sell next to nothing. In fact one exec goes so far as to call it "another Sony bomb -- like Blu-ray." We always thought the UMD sales numbers were high, tsk tsk Sony!
2006/03/20 14:30:44: By DM
Sony has announced that beginning March 22, consumers will be able to purchase the Sony PSP for just $199.99. This is pretty much a bare-bones hardware package, but users will get the basics needed to use and charge the system. Finally, we get a base package here without all the frilly garbage.

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