TVGB: "This month’s Official PlayStation Magazine UK holds a few more interesting details about what we might see on Sony’s upcoming handheld this E3 and beyond."
I,would love to see crisis core on the NGP if not how about transferring into a ps3 title with the that psp to ps3 port thing they gonna do.
God of War 3 on NGP. :P
Crisis core is a great game, too bad many people missed out on it because they don't have a psp.
Crisis core all the way across the sky.
I want to know if these NGP version will be simple updates, or if you have to buy a newer version of the game, because that's going to determine my free PSP game pick. So far it's between ModNation & Killzone, because LBP is a heck's yeah. So if the NGP support is with the previous ModNation then I'm getting it over KZ.
Feels good to be a psp Go owner now. Over 20 digital games waiting to be mastered on the NGP.
yup feels good to be a psp go owner which is worthless even more now that psn is dead.
PSN Dead? Then I must've download my freebies, played KZ3 MP, the inFamous 2 and Motorstorm Apoc demos from Zombie PSN.
lol you made it sound as if a simple month without access was such a tragedy for the device . I dont think the world ended because lego pirate of the carribean and and yet another version of final fantasy 4 were delayed . The only thing bad with the go was its price
any system that sells hundreds of units in a week is dead. Its been dead since launch. It took the system a year+ to break a million units sold. that is dead. Usually it takes a system less than a month to do that
@VampiricDragon Are you talking about the 360 in Japan?
You mad bro? did the Psp Go kill your parents or something that you find the need to talk smack about it. Seriously the only worthless thing is your opinion.
@VampiricDragon You said psn is dead earlier , not the go . If its a typo then fine . And even then , so what ? He was merely pointing out that now his digital psp games will be playable on the NGP .
I purchased Tactics Ogre on PSN for my PSP Go (or any other PSP, for that matter) last November, and have been playing it ever since. Literally. So PSN being down didn't affect my enjoyment of my PSP Go one little bit.
the go has been the lowest selling system in each region since launch. The 360 is usually third worst @1998gamer the truth hurts doesnt it. Theres never been a lower selling handheld in each region than the go
You do realize that nobody cares but you, right? It was pretty well known that the Go was a market test for Sony and DD. Anyone who bought it without knowing this was a little...dull.
It really doesn't matter; as long as there's a PSP, any PSPGo owners are unaffected by the performance of the Go on a sales basis! I have a PSP that fits easily in my pocket with ten games now; I could care less how many others have that too!
This thing will be so great. I may get more play out of this than I will my home consoles.
Old PSP games come......New console?WTF? I want new cool games!
they are making new cool games and some people havent played some of the old psp games so its a good thing and am sure the ngp would have more games than the psp did i cant wait.
great,the one reason why i didnt buy alot of psp games were cause of the one analog and awkward controls,plus these will be upscaled. all sony needs is a dockable version in the ngp 2 or video out
Feel sorry for the poor chaps that bought games on umd
Why do you feel sorry for us? I still play and love my Ghost of Sparta psp and will continue to play it....
I'm not - got lots of games on UMD, some movies too.. Pursuit Force is a hoot - wouldn't mind seeing that one remastered.
I wish that the games was the same but that they would recieve an update if played on NGP. One that ups the resolution and maybe changes the controls to utilize R3.
What i am really hoping for is the ability to play PSN titles on the NGP. because if i can play the PSX ones i will be picking up all the FFs.
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