04-29-2009 #1Starlight Guest
Sony Ditches UMD, Classic Titles to See Digital Re-Release
Sony's rumored plans for a new PSP dubbed the PSP Go! may also usher in a new wave of games becoming digital downloads for the device.
To quote: That includes, allegedly, the long-awaited arrival of Gran Turismo Mobile.
According to 1UP's report on the PSP-4000/PSP Go!, Sony will be releasing about 100 new and classic PSP games in downloadable form on the PlayStation Store when the new PSP launches. 1UP even writes that Polyphony Digital's Gran Turismo Mobile is "said to be one of the premier launch titles."
Announced in 2004, there's been little mention of the portable racing simulator, with Polyphony boss Kazunori Yamauchi saying the title was still "moving forward" last November.
With two alleged storage options available (8GB and 16GB), future PSP owners may have to budget their internal storage space wisely, unless Sony has something clever planned for managing all those downloads.
1UP says it expects Sony to announce the new hardware at E3, just mere weeks away. Keep an eye peeled.
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04-30-2009 #2D3M0N2009 Guest
Good on Sony UMD is dead people need to face that fact, it never really took off since no one really wanted to use it.
04-30-2009 #3CyanCaze Guest
Eh UMD was okay.. The problem was the battery life while the UMD is installed. I believe that the PSP's pitiful 17 hour life span when listening to music could be jumping to 40, and the really pitiful 3-6 hours of gameplay, could be 17+ hours. I hope the HDD is at LEAST 30GB.