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Joystiq Interview: SCEA on PSP Minis, Scrapped UMD Conversion

In the second part of their interview with SCEA's Eric Lempel, Joystiq chatted about the simultaneous release of PSP Go and PSP minis. In addition to discussing the hands-off approach Sony is taking with the pricing of minis, they talked about the possibility of the minis program moving to PS3, and eventual Mac support for the PSP's MediaGo application.

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Rifle-Man3328d ago (Edited 3328d ago )

What a bunch of bullshit.

I like how the fear of piracy translates into screwing the consumer. If I could buy a little drive that could rip my UMDs to the PSP Go I would have one right now.

I've ripped all of my CDs to MP3. How is this any different? Oh, and, by the way, I don't give a damn about a multi-billion dollar multinational company's bottom line.

All consumers hate rights management – look at Apple, they finally made the recording industry cave and let them sell DRM-free songs. Now I can put the music on as many iPods and computers as I want. Hell yeah! And I know that 10 years from now I'll still be able to play those songs. I own them. Downloaded games from the PS Store? They might work, they might not.