Developer Ready at Dawn, responsible for two of the PSP's biggest titles of recent years, has reiterated that it has no intention of developing for Sony's handheld any longer.
"With Chains of Olympus going gold in Japan, we're now officially done with PSP development," the Irvine, California-based studio said in a post on its website.
"So today we sent all our devkits back and seeing all these boxes ready to be picked up
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The teasiest of teasing hints from Camelot Software Planning has raised hopes that the Golden Sun developer is planning a new game in the RPG series. "Honestly, just like your readers saying that they want to see a new Golden Sun, a new tennis game, a new Shining Force, well, everyone in Camelot feels the same way - we really want to get these games out for you guys," heads of the Japanese studio Hiroyuki and Shugo Takahashi said in an
God of War: Chains of Olympus developer, Ready At Dawn, has confirmed that the upcoming (at least it is in Europe) PSP game will be its "first and last" mark on the franchise.Speaking on its site, the developer discussed the studio's future plans, revealing that it'll be leaving Sony's franchise - and the PSP - behind in its next project."Moving forward, we can confirm that Chains of Olympus will be our last PSP game," the company said, adding:
Sony America has revealed a new PSP will be released in June to celebrate God of War: Chains of Olympus. The new PSP pack hits the US in June and will feature "the famous face of the Ghost of Sparta - Kratos," gushes Sony PR. Back in the real world
God of War: Chains of Olympus is finally nearing release. So much so that Sony's flung out a new batch of shots for the bound-to-be-awesome action game.We're massive fans of the franchise and you should be to. Check out the new shots.And head over to the Chains of Olympus game page for more coverage of quite possibly the coolest PSP game ever.
Jan 15, 2008
Suspicions of Sony having canned GT Mobile for PSP have arisen once again after months of silence on the title, and its recent removal from certain retailers' online pre-order lists.
When speaking to a Sony UK correspondent today, we were told: "Polyphony is currently focusing all its resources on developing GT5 for PS3."
While this does not confirm that GT Mobile has been scrapped, it certainly insinuates that GT Mobile has been put on the backburner while the obviously
Jan 8, 2008
Kratos and his big grey pecs might be taking their time coming to PSP - considering it was expected to launch last year - but it'll be worth the wait because it's looking fantastic.
As the more tech-savvy of you will know, its lush visuals come thanks to Chains of Olympus being one of the first games to benefit from the extra 100MHz of power being extracted out of the PSP's CPU in new games.
Check out all those lovely textures - usually not a strong point of PSP - and the enemies