Sony plans to put “almost all” UMD games up on PSN

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 10 June 2009 15:02 GMT

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Sony plans to make almost every PSP UMD game released after October 1 available for digital download.

Jeff Rubenstein said over on the US PS Blog that when third-party titles are released digitally would depend on the publisher, all first-party titles will hit PSN.

“It’s my understanding that just about everything hitting after October 1 will be available for download,” he wrote.

October 1 is when PSP Go hits the market.

More over on CVG.

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