Harrison: PSP’s still “vibrant”

Monday, 8th December 2008 10:46 GMT By Patrick Garratt


Atari boss – nee Sony Worldwide Studios head – Phil Harrison’s told Eurogamer that PSP’s still the place the be.

“There is no doubt that PSP is a very vibrant platform from a hardware perspective and I think Sony has recently made some good moves into opening up online distribution for software on PSP, so I’m looking to explore that,” he said.

“We have published on PSP and I’m sure we will continue to publish on PSP; we didn’t have any announcements to make today,” he added.

Atari’s published a decent amount for PSP, although there’s been nothing of note in recent months.

Big Atari releases for the platform include Mercury, Hot Pixel and Dragon Ball Z titles.



  1. GordonR

    Has it not sunk in with Phil that he doesn’t work for Sony anymore, or is he just positioning himself to get his old job back once all the Sony in-house finger-pointing over the PS3 has been done?

    #1 6 years ago
  2. airdom

    Wow, this is becoming ridiculous haha. He’s still insanely biased! Sure, tech wise, the PSP is stronger than the DS, but the DS is actually where the money is when you consider the insane amount of hardware they have sold.

    Anyways, once a fanboy, always a fanboy? just kidding ;)

    but yeah, from what i know, Peter Moore, when he Left MS, did not prefer the 360 over anything else. Yeah if he’s with MS he has to be Objective as in the 360 is the best, but with EA, he has to have the EA train of thought, so he’s gotta go with every console possible, its hi job!

    Harrisson should realize that also.

    #2 6 years ago

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