The big news of the day is not the return of the PlayStation Store games but the arrival of the little sister of the PS3 in high definition.
PSP Remaster range joins the HD line Collection, and several major titles released on Sony's portable are about to see daylight in a graphical overhaul and with new Gameplay. It is not necessary to own a PSP since they will be playable via the DualShock 3, but this is still an asset because we can share the backup games with both platforms as is the case with classic PS One . The Japanese giant has already well accustomed to the players arriving at its NGP with this principle of sharing data and can start a game outside to continue it quietly in his room on his HDTV.
Some titles offer the same compatibility 3D spearhead the manufacturer to offer a new gaming experience The proposed ad-hoc services on mobile will also be available on PS3 with a free application available on the PS Store.
The range will be launched in Blu-ray version in Japan, but the company does sell a digital version or online, or an international release. The first game to be released is one of the best-selling titles for the console to 4.5 million copies, Monster Hunter 3rd HD. The hack & slash Capcom shows even in a first video showing the graphics port PSP PS3 after a facelift.
Of course, big names come to mind and we can already imagine what could give the episodes of God of War (see our article on PS3Gen for more information), or the saga of Metal Gear Solid or Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep. A nice final tribute to the PlayStation Portable, which saw its last moments before leaving to his successor, NPM. We will certainly have more information during the conference from Sony at E3 next June 6.
And you, what PSP games would you like in this new range?