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  1. #1
    shummyr Guest

    Sony: UMD-less PSP Has Always Been the Plan

    According to Sony's product planning division head Naoya Matsui, "We'd planned to release a PSP model without a UMD drive since the very beginning."

    Further elaborating on this statement, "But if we'd simply release the hardware, there wouldn't have been much for everyone to enjoy," he said in an interview with Japanese site GameBusiness (linked above).

    To quote: "We needed to prepare the right environment for it first - things like the transferral of content with the PS3 and PSN, and PC software to manage content like music and movies such as Media Go."

    Of course, they had to wait first until digital content is at a competitive playing field with physical media, and now the time is right.

    The PSP Go will simultaneously launch in the US and Europe on October 1, while Japan will get it a month later.


    More PlayStation 3 News...

  2. #2
    travis134 Guest
    "Oh yeah, of course we knew that the UMD was a dead media format from the very beginning of the PSP development cycle..."

    For some reason I have to call bs on Sony

  3. #3
    FrozenFear Guest

    Cool

    Dont worry we have Dark_Alex he will figure out a new CFW.

    Will enable every thing like psp 1000,2000,3000 and this will be 4000

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