Reeves: PSP isn’t in the shadow of DS

Tuesday, 9th September 2008 12:36 GMT By Patrick Garratt


Speaking to MCV and Games Convention, SCEE president David Reeves said the firm is “comfortable” with PSP as it stands and doesn’t believe the handheld’s success is being overshadowed by DS.

“I don’t think we’re necessarily in the shadow of DS – they have different types of games and we have a different positioning for PSP which is not just about gaming, but Go Explore and everything else that comes with it,” he said.

Reeves added: “I think you can also see the smile on our faces when we talk about what we’re offering at this price and the games that are available. We’re very, very happy and comfortable with our PSP business.”

Tons more through there.



  1. Blerk

    He’s right. The DS is so far above the PSP, its shadow is really, really tiny.

    #1 6 years ago
  2. No_PUDding

    Don’t make me whip out light logistics.

    The closer you are to a light source the larger the shadow!

    So basically from that we can deduce rather than with a smarmy comment, is that Reeves is lying through his dentures.

    Sorry that bit of smarm slipped out.

    #2 6 years ago
  3. wz

    Selling less, with both the PS3 and the PSP, has been part of Sony’s plan all the time. You did not know that?

    #3 6 years ago

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