Square Enix to continue supporting PSP with “disk-based and digital content”

By Johnny Cullen, Tuesday, 23 February 2010 12:38 GMT

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Square Enix’s Larry Sparks has said that the firm will continue to support PSP and PSPgo with “disk-based and digital content”.

Speaking to MCV, the PAL brand exec pointed at the success of both Dissidia: Final Fantasy and Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII.

“The PSP is a great portable device, for both disk-based and digital content. We continue to support this platform and work within the market conditions to ensure our software releases are successful.

“Crisis Core and Dissidia Final Fantasy have been successful releases and we intend to continue this pattern with Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep,” he further added.

“The brand, the quality of each game and careful release timing, have all contributed to previous successful releases on the platform.”

Last night, SCEA said the PSP will get a “robust” line-up this year in both first- and third-party terms.

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