The UMD format for the PSP has suffered much criticism from the player: long load times, an unpleasant noise, etc.. For PSPGo, Sony has decided to abandon it to all-digital, and this time, failure has been cooking.
It was therefore natural to worry about the support that the Japanese giant would choose for its new console. Does he continue in the dematerialized or a brand new format? This is the second choice which was unveiled with the console last week reassuring the many collectors of games. NPM, therefore, propose the form of Games cartridges owners, however, this raises another question: qu'adviendront all games purchased UMD for PSP? How will they be compatible with this new console?
That's what Sony responds today. The Japanese giant is considering a solution to fit all PSP games released on the PlayStation Store but also with the new format cartridges. Publishers can then show their games to standard NGP now remains whether those we have previously purchased, may also be converted without having to go to the checkout. Here, we are still uncertain and there remains only a hope as the launch of PSP Go to transform our games without limit, this time.
We will surely respond by the Convention in Los Angeles, E3. Pray hitherto.
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