PSP debut delayed?
CNN Money revealed late yesterday that the launch of Sony's eagerly-awaited handheld debut, the PSP, has now been delayed outside of Japan - meaning no release this year in North America or Europe, which is a shame. Apparently, the Japanese launch will still come at the end of 2004, but the US launch is now planned for the end of Sony's financial year in March 2005.
Despite this shift in plans, Sony still hope to fully unveil the system at this year's E3 in May, though they probably won't be so enthused by the boost European and US importers will be given by this non-global release.
"The reason we pushed it out here is we wanted to be sure there's a reasonable amount of software titles to launch with hardware," SCEA's Teresa Weaver offered by way of explanation.
- Driveclub issues persist as players report trouble downloading the latest patch
- New featurette release talking about faithfully recreating the artwork from The Legend Of Korra in the new game
- Sony details PS4 update 2.00, Music player is among the highlights
- Runefest 2014 Runescape's most successful fanfest yet
- Project CARS delayed into 2015 to push it out of the busy Christmas release schedule
- Halo: The Master Chief Collection needs a 20 GB day one update because 343 filled up the 45GB game disc
- SEGA announces the Fox Company pre-order bonus for Company Of Heroes 2: Ardennes Assault
- Tim Schafer has finally finished writing Broken Age Act 2
- Pachter reckons GTA V won't sell all that well on next-gen consoles, Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare should do well though