IGN: PSP Anniversary interview - The system's past, present and future

Launched on March 24th, 2005, this week marks the third anniversary of the release of the PSP in North America. The system has gone through a ton of changes since its inception, both in terms of numerous firmware updates that have added a plethora of new features, as well as the lighter and slimmer redesign.

To celebrate its anniversary, IGN had a chat with John Koller, senior marketing manager for the PSP, to talk about the system's past, present and future. IGN hit on things like upcoming peripherals, UMD support, system packages and more, so PSP fans will find plenty of interesting tidbits inside.

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EZCheez3765d ago

But I still think it's missing that one thing that would have made it outstanding, and it's actually pretty insignificant.

One more analog stick. Other than that, I think it's great.

Danja3764d ago

I agree....but where would the second analog stick go...

either way im sure Sony will implement the latter in the PSP2...

shelbygt333764d ago

And with the cross functionality of the PS3, it's great!

whoelse3764d ago

Remote Play is great, but its far from perfect. The response time and video quality is poor, even if you're only using wifi directly between the PSP and PS3 with 100% wireless strength.

If they fixed this, then i would use it all the time.