Anything on the Horizon for the PSP Right Now?

April 29, 2007 at 3:22 am 1 comment

Droughts traditionally occur when there’s a lack of water. Video game droughts occur when there’s a lack of original/unique/good games. The PSP is going through exactly that. After burning through Ratchet & Clank, Metal Gear Solid, Sonic Rivals, and even the pretty decent Prince of Persia, there’s nothing left (unless you just love Pimp My Ride that much) for you to gloat about to your DS fans. This is truly a drought. Our Previewrama feature has been able to discover new and upcoming games that will bring the PSP to domination, but none of these games are expected in the first half of this year. This is horrible and truly why many people have considerably doubted the PSP. And everything past Q2 looks okay. SONY said that they’re not giving up on the PSP. If they’re not, they’re going to need a whole slew of games better than what you can expect this first-half of 2007. And the drought begins…

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Entry filed under: OFFBEAT, PSP, UNTAGGED.

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  • 1. PSP Titles Heat Up for the Summer... «  |  May 22, 2007 at 1:13 am

    […] at the beach, sweet and juicy watermelon, and a boatload of good PSP titles are on their way. The “drought” seems to be over for the time being, as numerous titles are bound to make their way to the PSP. […]

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