If you are still deciding what size memory card to get for your PlayStation Vita, the below information may help you decide. We’ve collected information on various PS Vita titles to see how much space each one takes if downloaded from the PlayStation Store. In short – the bigger the memory card, the better.
At a press even in London earlier today, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Studios Europe, Michael Denny, gave a presentation announcing the PlayStation Vita launch line-up and upcoming games, as well as showing off some of the social features of the PlayStation Vita.
As part of Sony’s press conference at the Tokyo Game Show earlier this morning, Sony have issued a press release detailing the PlayStation Vita complete tech specs, launch line-up and pricing details. First up, there are 26 games available at launch, with more than 74 currently in development.
Sony has unveiled a new line of PSP bundles called “Dual Packs”. This week, three different dual packs will be available to purchase, which include two popular games in one package for only $14.99. A perfect bargain if you are looking to pick up some classic titles for your PSP.
Since NGP, or next generation portable gaming system, was announced back in January, I know you have been itching to find out more about the hardware and the games. Sony has lifted the lid on several NGP titles which are currently in development. Check out the list below…
According to the ESRB website, Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) has a total of 15 new PSP titles in the works. Most (if not all) of the games appear to be downloadable efforts, considering the simplistic quality of their descriptions; however, these games are unlikely to be part of PlayStation Minis, as they are rated exclusively for PSP (Minis are playable on the PSP and PS3).
NIS America have re-releasing some of their past PSP titles to celebrate the launch of the PSPgo. And what’s really awesome about this is that our past PSP titles will be 50% off for the whole week. The discount will only be valid for one week starting today, so don’t miss this chance to get their past titles on your PSP. Prices range between $4.99 and $9.99.
We have a copy of The Simpsons Game for the PSP to give away, all you have to do is answer a simple questions: What is Homer’s special ability in The Simpsons Game? You can enter by submitting your answer to us using the Contact Form and selecting "Competition Entry" as the subject. The closing date for the competition is May 30th 2009, and we email the winner directly and update this article (please make sure you provide a valid email address). The Simpsons Game features a hilarious, sprawling, and mind-busting storyline crafted by the TV show’s Emmy Award-winning writers.
Earlier today, SCEE announced several news games coming to the PSP this year. The new games including LittleBigPlanet and MotorStorm, previously only available on PlayStation 3, will be coming to PSP this year. These are just the start of a stellar line-up of games coming to PSP this year, according to Sony’s press release, which claims that 2009 will be the biggest year for PSP to date.
In order to play PlayStation 1 games on your PSP, you must be running firmware version 3.00 or above. PSOne games for the PSP can be downloaded using a PS3 via the PlayStation Store or you can use the PlayStation Store for PC. You will a memory stick duo of size 512MB or above in order to download games onto your PSP.
Please note that PS1 game discs cannot fit into the PSP’s UMD slot. Trying will either damage your disk or the PSP. This should be obvious since the PS1 disc is much larger than a UMD disc.