Ladies and gentlemen, meet the Playstation Phone.
The Playstation Phone or PSP Phone, call it what you want but its here. The folks at Engadget got their hands on photos of the much anticipated PlayStation Phone. We’ve heard of PSP Phone rumors in the past, there are even reports that Sony Ericsson refused PlayStation-brand phone idea, but alas, here we get a first look at a prototype model.
Earlier this month Tech4idiots posted about a rumor about a price drop for the PSP Go, a $50 price drop in order to help boost sales of the handheld. The PSP Go price drop was first confirmed for Japan but no word yet for US prices.
[UPDATE]: Reuters is reporting that SCEA has also dropped the price of Go in the US from to $199, down from $249.
Sony Corp said that it would cut the price of its PSPgo portable game player in Japan will now be priced at JP¥ 16,800 (US$ 200/ UK£ 132). And $199 from $249 in the United States this month.
The latest version of the PlayStation Portable was launched about a year ago and sales has not really been up for the UMD-less handheld. Good news for the price cut as it comes as just in time for the holidays and as game makers enter the vital year-end shopping period.
Code Tactics’ have released version 1.4.1 of their homebrewed flight sim, Mobile Assault with Mobile Assault v1.4.1. The latest release includes new fixes on various issues, AI optimisations and more.
SMS Plus PSP v1.3.1 is a Sega Master System and Game Gear emulator for the PSP created by homebrew coder Akop Karapetyan. Akop released A new version with new features that includes support for TMS9918-based display modes, along with some minor enhancements and fixes. Continue reading “Homebrew – SMS Plus PSP v1.3.1” »
Square Enix finally gives us Final Fantasy Versus XIII and Agito XIII awesome trailers! Enjoy the vid!
Bejeweled 2 developer PopCap is offering its addictive gem-swapping puzzler Bejeweled 2 to celebrate its 10th anniversary for FREE. No strings attached, just go to the official site to redeem your free copy. Act now because the the free offer is only valid for today!PC and Mac versions are available.
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SCEE has given official word to SCE DevNet partners that they will no longer be selling developer kits for the PSP. The notices states that by November 15 the company will “no longer be selling the PSP development tool (dtp-t2000a) or testing tool (dtp-h2500a)”, according to a report from French site PSPGen. Part of the notice reads as follows: