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Sony Announces AdhocParty for PSP Will Be Available Soon
Update: According to a comment by Mike Kebby of the SCEE PlayStation Store Team, Adhoc Party will arrive in Europe on December 22, 2009.
Sony's PSP Marketing Manager Kristin Neirinckx has announced today that AdhocParty for PlayStation Portable will be available soon.
To quote: Great news for all of you Ad Hoc fans out there -adhocParty for the PSP system, which first launched in Japan last year, is coming to North America!
AdhocParty is an online service that allows PSP owners with a PS3 system to connect to one another via the PlayStation Network. It will be available as a free download on the PlayStation Store soon.
So, how does adhocParty work? PSP titles with adhoc mode traditionally require you to play within close proximity to each other. AdhocParty takes advantage of the interoperable capabilities of the PSP and PS3 systems.
It enables you to play games featuring Ad Hoc mode, such as Gran Turismo and Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, over the Internet through the PS3. Your PSP connects to the PS3 via Wi-Fi, allowing you to chat online with fellow gamers in North America before jumping into competition from the comforts of each of your respective living rooms.
In addition to all of its competitive and social gaming features, adhocParty for PSP supports voice chat through the Wireless Headset of PlayStation Eye, offering you a complete and immersive gaming experience only available on the PlayStation platform.
We'll have more details for you soon. Enjoy!
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11-13-2009 #2victor307664 Guest
I had opened up a japanese account to download it on my ps3 but couldn't really do anything since I don't have a psp. It looks as if there are hundreds of rooms that people establish for networking/chatting or whatever they do. Hopefully one of you guys can shed some light on this for us.
11-13-2009 #3Jonny202003 Guest
Unfortunately I and many other 20gb owners won't be able to enjoy this feature, Sonys just leaving us out to dry. The least they could do is enable USB wifi dongle support or something.
11-13-2009 #4victor307664 Guest
I know what you mean, I had a 20G and put a 320G HD but still I need an additional adapter for online use. I spent about $400 on the system plus the wireless ethernet, PLUS the HD. I really don't want to spend anymore on a new console and sell the one I have cause I already put so much into it. Screw that!!