Sony would like more Grand Theft Auto content for the PlayStation Portable, please.
"No one should sleep on that franchise. That's a tremendous franchise for PlayStation in general," said Sony Computer Entertainment's John Koller to MTV Multiplayer, "We've had two that are the top two sellers on PSP right now. So, there's definitely continued conversations with Rockstar on all its brands. That's nothing that's left the PlayStation family."
Sony, who used to enjoy timed Grand Theft Auto exclusives on its consoles, had this to say about the current state of the business relationship between Sony and Rockstar:
“To be honest, Rockstar has to manage their business as they see fit. We’re very good partners with them. They just launched ‘The Lost and the Damned‘ for 360, so, they need to make their own business decisions. But we certainly have a tremendous relationship with them and always have.”
Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories, the PSP's two GTA titles, sold well and were critically lauded. While Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars is out now on the Nintendo DS, there are no announced plans for an upcoming PSP GTA game. But I bet it'll happen.