DS fanboys proved right: Oblivion coming to PSP

Bethesda Softworks has announced that its Xbox 360 and PC smash hit Oblivion is coming to PSP.

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Schmitty074998d ago

I assume you will use the joystick to move and d-pad to turn camera angle, but anyone who has played Monster Hunter Freedom on PSP knows how annoying it is. I don't think this will work out well.

Geohound4998d ago

yeah, that doesn't sound like its going to be game of the year.

frostbite064997d ago

Whats the reason for this? If there gona put it on the psp, they might as well put it on the original xbox and ps2.

PS360WII4997d ago

Doesn't seem like a good platform to put it on. Plus I don't get the title of this. Did the ds people say it's coming out for psp?

specialguest4997d ago

i have no idea how they are gonna make this game work for the PSP. Oblivion is a game with a huge free-roaming environment with so much content. also, i wonder if they are gonna pull a Killzone liberation and turn it into a third-person point of view game.

ElFozzie4997d ago

Agree re: the platform. As for the title of the story, it's a joke about how PSP is always written off by DS people on the forums etc (it's doomed etc = oblivion). Oh well :)

Krazydad4996d ago (Edited 4996d ago )

I am a huge fan of the PSP, its a great system. But putting a game like Oblivion on the PSP seems a little wrong. There is no way that they will have the ability to capture the escense of Oblivion on the PSP. Maybe just another action/adventure/platformer for the PSP, but slap the Elder Scrolls name on it. Whats next, UT2007 for the DS?

BigPimpin4997d ago

If you go to its for the Playstation 3 also. Now this is probably good news for sony but I wouldn't get all excited because the game is probably going to look the same on both platforms. It may have a bit of touch-ups like framerate issues stuff like that, but it will look probably the same as the 360 version. Now everyone can enjoy this game.