The UMD Legacy section shown in SCEA’s video of the now-launched PSP Store has had its name changed in the European version, as you can see in the pics below. Here’s the American version shown in the movie: And here’s the European version, shot off a UK PSP this morning: We’re assuming it’s “PSP Games” […]
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On IGN. PSP will have direct access to this from October 15 onwards in Japan. We’re still waiting for an announcement on the European and US side, but hopefully we won’t go begging for too long. Take a look.
Speaking at E3, PSP brand manager John Koller told Pocket Gamer that the firm’s considering a dedicated Store for PSP. “Having a native store on the portable is something we’re looking into,” he said. And that was that.
Here. Upcoming wireless access to the PSP Store via PSP itself appeared on a Sony slide at GDC yesterday, although no date for the feature’s launch was announced. Currently PSP owners have to download updates from the PC Store.
It’s raining news from SCEE today. According to this, European PSP owners will be able to get a free demo of Patapon, releasing on February 22, a day before launch via the PSP Store. It’s the same demo-to-final-save code US gamers got when they pre-ordered the game from Gamestop.