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 Sep 26, 2007 - 09:00 AM - by Michael
* Nintendo killed PSP?

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Interesting interview set over at GamesIndustry - Dave Perry, the amazing and legendary game developer, is slamming Sony for taking port games on the PSP among other things.

The PSP is a platform that didn't really get the sell-through that they needed, so they accepted ports. When you accept ports, you're in trouble. You are going to end up with exactly that frustration--why is the game not as good? If you have a PlayStation 3 version of a game, the PSP version is going to be like the bastard stepchild of that game.
Oddly enough, the most fun games on the PSP are the old PSX titles I've loaded to mine... but even those suffer from the lack of discrete L1/L2/R1/R2 buttons. The analog hack is a clumsy fix at best.

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