About No Kill Tayler
Sony introduced the PlayStation Portable to the world back in 2005, and many agree that activity on the scene has died down. Due to piracy and a lack of “being in touch with the community” from Sony, this seems like the end of the road for the PSP. I’m not saying there has not been enough software but rather, I believe Sony does not know what to do with the system at the time. With the PlayStation 3 striding forward in sales and gaining more support from 3rd parties, and these such parties are even porting these games to the PSP, such as Dante’s Inferno, Modnation Racers, and LittleBigPlanet.
Sony tried to bring back interest to the PSP by doing a complete overhaul. This overhaul included in removing the disk drive and forcing digital distribution down consumers throats.This bite sized PSP is called the PSPGo. For this system to work, games on PlayStation Network needed to be cheaper and download speeds needed to be faster. That is where this fails to achieve. Games are not any cheaper than their retail counterparts and Sony chose to keep the same B wireless in the previous iterations of the PSP. I never quite understood the argument about the system being overpriced. The price seems right for what it is worth.
Starting today anyone who owns or buys a PSP Go in Europe is eligible to download any of these three games for FREE. Yes, FREE. Not just any three games but rather, Gran Turismo, Assassin’s Creed: Bloodlines and MotorStorm: …
Courtesy of Joystiq. Here are some trailers for…
Heavy Rain. Love Trailer:
This game looks more and more interesting to me, even from this trailer you can tell the kind of choices you have to make.
This game is just too cute, too the point where I can “impulse buy” this. Hopefully you can just download it. Seems to only be retail.
LittleBigPlanet PSP Creator mode:
This looks exactly the PS3’s version of the creator mode and more. It’s great news if you liked the creator mode in the first one. Oh, and if you didn’t notice but, Sackboy can do backflips. New expressions confirmed.