"I spoke to a developer who is working on it right now, I know this developer is already working on it, so that means they have a prototype. That would sound like a fall release to me."Also of interest is that the device would be free of the PSP's proprietary UMD disc format, and would instead rely on digital downloads and connectivity with your PC for games. There'll be space for a memory card, though, so retailers could sell games pre-loaded onto those. It's expected that all current PSP titles would appear on an online store, much like Nintendo's download channel. The idea makes a lot of sense, but consoles are primarily marketed by their games. What will happen if Sony lose all the shelf space currently dedicated to the PSP? (via Kotaku)
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