In need of some games for your aging Sony handheld? Showing that there’s life in the old dog yet, there is a sale going on in the PlayStation Store with PSP titles going for as little as £6.99 and some are even compatible with the Vita.
Tagged: PlayStation Portable
Sony has announced the return of the PlayStation Store and now you can get your free games as the Welcome Back pack is available to choose your games from. Remember that if you also have a PSP registered to your account, you’re eligible to download a couple of free games for that, too.
PQube, when I first read that, I thought it said Pube… anyhoo, PQube and Zen United have announced that Gladiator Begins is coming to the PSP in May from Japanese developers, Acquire.
It’s been a while since there has been news of any new PSP games, so rejoice in the fact that Aksys Games are nulling Sony‘s silly idea of it not being worth further development due to piracy by announcing a retro-style action RPG called Jikandia: The Timeless Land. Not sure if it’s just US or UK GameStop‘s too (yes, we have them over here too), but if you pre-order from there, you will also recieve a special Jikandia themed strap and cleaner as long as you do it before March 15th (probably March 18th for UK).
After mistakenly deleting the email with this info, a good ol’ reliable source has provided it… even though I just found that it’s still in my trash on the server.. never mind, anyway, here is the info about PlayStation Suite.
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. or SCE for short, has announced its next generation portable entertainment system which goes by the codename: NGP, and will make its debut at the end of the year 2011.
PES 2011 will be released in the UK for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC-DVD on the October date, with versions to follow for Wii, PlayStation 2 and PSP in October. KONAMI has also confirmed it will be released for a number of smart phone systems. Following extensive consultation with the series fans and football fans all over the globe, PES 2011 ignites the series with a stunning collection of gameplay additions, control options and new aesthetics. Every aspect of the game has been honed and polished, with total freedom of play acting as the core ideal in the new game. To this end, PES 2011 introduces a power gauge for each player that allows the user to exactly place every pass, cross and shot. Balls can be placed anywhere with utter precision, while all new AI routines hand complete control over to the player.
Just a quick post to show some screens that were recently released for Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 which is due for release quite soon on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, PSP, Wii and PC.