Sony heeft vandaag een monster-aankondiging gedaan.
Developed in conjunction with MediaMolecule, the critically acclaimed game LittleBigPlanet makes its way to the PSP, offering new SackBoy adventures with the same play, create, share experience for gamers on-the-go, in addition to brand new levels and environments specifically created for the platform.
At its annual retail and publisher conference Destination PlayStation, Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) announced its unprecedented line up for PSP (PlayStation Portable), including a new hardware offering that extends the PSP market to young female gamers, the debut of blockbuster franchises MotorStorm and LittleBigPlanet on the platform, and major software support from Disney Interactive, Electronic Arts, MTV Games, Square Enix, Ubisoft, and other publishing partners.
"With a year of record sales ushering us into the new year, we continue to raise the bar on providing consumers the deepest and broadest entertainment content for every member of the family to enjoy," said Jack Tretton, president and CEO, SCEA. "With new content being added every day to the PlayStation Network combined with an unmatched line up of exclusive titles on PSP, and the roll out of truly groundbreaking games such as Killzone 2 for PS3, we remain confident in our approach and strategy for another record year of growth and momentum."
SCEA also previewed its deepest and broadest content line up for the PS3 system, including groundbreaking exclusives such as Killzone 2, inFamous, MLB '09: The Show, MAG, UNCHARTED 2: Among Thieves and God of War III to hit throughout the fiscal year. Promising to be a blockbuster hit, Killzone 2's immersive and sensory gameplay sets the stage for PlayStation's continued momentum on the PS3 this year, accompanied by truly innovative and genre- defying content such as MAG, the industry's first online shooter to allow up to 256 players, combined with artistic and niche games like Flower and Ragdoll Kung Fu: Fists of Plastic on PlayStation Network.
With a rapidly growing install base, the PSP platform is riding a wave of momentum that will be paired with a new hardware offering and its best software line up to date, demonstrating significant support from SCEA's publishing partners. Two new limited-edition PSP Entertainment Packs will be available in 2009, bundling everything consumers need to jump onto the PSP platform, from the hardware to games, videos, and other content -- all for $199.99 (MSRP).
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