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Classification Board outs Mega Minis bundles

The always-reliable Australian Classification Board has listed yet another unannounced project – three “Mega Minis” bundles for the PSP.

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Psp Minis headlines

  • Slitherine says there's money to be made in the PSPgo market

    Slitherine, which just merged with Matrix Games, feels that due to the lack of competition in the market, there’s money to be made on PSPgo, despite the handheld’s slow sales.

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  • PS3 firmware 3.15 update to include PSP Mini support

    Rumor no more folks. According to a post on the EU PS Blog, the “pre-Christmas” firmware update for PS3 will support PSP Minis. If you purchase a mini game from December 17 onward, it will work on both platforms so if you have a PS3 and a PSP you will only need to buy it […]

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  • Rumor: PSP Minis to be playable on PS3 "before" Christmas

    Sources close to Joystiq revealed today that PSP Minis will be playable on PS3 “before” Christmas or at least sometime this month. The sources claim that the entire selection of Minis, and future offerings, will get a resolution bump as well. When asked, Sony declined to comment on “rumors and speculation”, so make of this […]

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  • Zombie Tycoon invades PSP minis today

    Zombie Tycoon has landed on PSP minis via PSN for both the US and UK today. In it, you take control of a zombie horde as part of your plan for world domination. You’ll get to toss brains, muck up buildings, beat up mascots and other silly stuff. It’ll run you $7.99/£3.99. Video is after […]

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  • ESRB approval process adds to cost of PSP Minis

    Apparently, the ESRB is adding to the high cost of PSP Minis, especially since mandatory ESRB ratings for each can cost developers $2500 green ones. “You have to invest some money into dev kits and into getting ratings for your game,” Fieldrunners developer Sergei Gourski told Gamasutra. “The costs of ratings such us ESRB is […]

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  • SCEA: Publishers are to blame for high cost of PSP Minis

    SCEA’s Eric Lempel has told Joystiq that Mini pricing for PSPgo rests solely in the hands of the publisher – that’s why you will find some games listed whose iPhone counterpart (Hero of Sparta) may be cheaper. “As far as pricing goes, the publisher of the title sets the pricing,” he said. “I think they […]

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  • PSP Minis - No multiplay, DLC or patches allowed

    SCEA chap Justin Cooney told Gama this week that multiplay, DLC and software updates have been banned from PSP Minis in an effort to “accelerate the approval process.” “When you look at it from a testing perspective, you have to do more QA. [Allowing those features] would defeat the purpose of having a dedicated service […]

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  • SCEE: PSP Minis to likely "transition to UMD" and possibly PS3

    SCEE’s Zeno Colaco has stated that some PSP Minis are to be transitioned to UMD or on PS3 in order for developers and publishers to access revenue from retail as well as the PS Store. “The most successful Minis titles will probably transition to UMD,” Colaco told Develop. “I think that a package of multiple […]

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  • Dev kits for PSP may eventually be free

    SCEE’s Zeno Colaco has told Develop that Sony may stop charging for PSP dev kits someday, instead of charging $1500 per kit, when comparatively, the iPhone SDK is free. “Further down the line, we may investigate a totally free model or supported model,” he said. “Right now, we’re looking for a good portfolio of games. […]

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  • GamesCom: Videos for Digital Reader and PSP Minis

    Sony has released videos for both the Digital Reader and PSP minis. We have both posted after the break courtesy of Joystiq. For now, the Digital Reader is for comics only, but who knows what the future holds. Digital copies of Wuthering Heights, The Doppelganger or Atonement may not be just a pipe dream folks. […]

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