Joystiq writes: "Chris Eden from Sony Computer Entertainment made mention of PLAYSTATION Store on PSP in his Game Developers Conference session. Currently, players must use a PC in order to download content and transfer it to the PSP".
Will be nice to download things directly from your PSP, can't wait.
been waiting for this since it was first talked about some 2 or 3 years ago.
if they're talking about something like this, then we might hear about in-game xmb and home soon
I don't think they will announce it. For some reason I think they will make these announcement around the time GT prologue and GTA4 comes out.
Back to Patapon demo...
sony are going to be talking about home, maybe they will say when the public beta will start?
No he didn't said that, he said that is not coming VERY VERY soon
No Jeff Rubenstein said it wasnt coming this week. He never said anything about it not coming very soon. Which he could have debunked that too.
You guys beat me to it. If they announced a PS store update, I don't see why they wouldn't announce in-game XMB.
I would just like to point out that Joystiq made a small error or rather an omission in that description. If a person has a PS3 and a PSP both they can just download the games from the PS3 store (since there is a PSP games tab now) and just copy the game file on to the PSP via usb cable. Although a direct link to the PSP store via my actual PSP is a welcome change.
wen is the sony key note
there is no sony key note
but i tot insomniac had a special announcement whuch was gonna be resistance 2
they just have a few lil things like this, and then the home presentation, I think there are a few more aswell
whta about insomniac and their special presentation which is what we tot was gonna be resistance 2
I'm dying for more info about it.
This is gonna be a pretty sick feature. :)
but insomniac wont be showing off in game XMB.. (duh)
At last took then long.
Keep up the good work Sony.
a PSP version of Home? A 2D version of home, that would rule.
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