Sony Speaks About PSP's Status


Posted August 1, 2008 - By jmanalang

As far as exclusives and AAA quality titles go, Sony's Playstation Portable had a good start this year, picking up the momentum with Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII and God of War: Chains of Olympus. However, looking over the horizon and its current status, what else can we expect from Sony's handheld?

In a MTVMultiplayer interview with Sony Marketing head John Koller, he talked about what support the system needed in order to guarantee its success for the future. “Where we are today is the result of a development cycle from 18 months ago,” said Koller, speaking about how PSP sales weren't as good as today back then. In Japan, the PSP sold more than the mighty Nintendo consoles - both DS and Wii - which they could thank Capcom for their Monster Hunter PSP series.

“[We've told developers to think about] how they create the games,” he said, in hopes of getting more original content from third-party publishers instead of ports. Koller also mentioned about Sony's first-party plans - a strategy where Sony seems to be focused going forward with their systems - with Resistance: Retribution. Check out the rest of the interview from the source link, and make sure you let us know what would you want to see happen on Sony's portable device. Also, check out a video for Resistance: Retribution after the cut.


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Sony Speaks About PSP's Status


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