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The Sony PlayStation 3 and the PSP have the highest percentage of brand awareness amongst consumers according to Forrester’s latest report on the video games industry.
According to a Japanese Samsung website as covered by GamersReports.com, Sony Computer Entertainment is not only asking them to ramp up flash memory chips for Sony’s use with the current PSP, but also stated that the PSP2 (PlayStation Portable 2) will not use UMDs, but “flash memory hard disk drives”. Right now it’s all […]
In pre-Liberty City days, UMD movies were the shining star in the PSP library–in fact, at one point movies comprised almost 50% of all UMD sales. That success, however, has either not sustained or not increased enough to appease film studios. According to a report by Variety, key movie studios (Warner Home Video, Paramount, […]
Sony, the king of proprietary formats, has announced they will begin bundling select UMDs with their big brother DVDs. The two packs are expected to retail for $28.95–a dollar short of the current price of a standalone UMD. Initial releases will include Sony flicks Resident Evil, Underworld, and the Fifth Element, but more titles […]
IGN’s hearing from studio insiders that Revolution SDKs are selling for about $2,000, “which is thousands of dollars cheaper than a PSP SDK, let alone an Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 one,” paving the way for riskier titles with smaller investments to appear on Nintendo’s next system.