PlayStation 3 gamers still stinging over that backwards-compatibility fracas from a while back (let it go, honestly) may find comfort in a new series unveiled by Sony. The PSP Remasters line will offer HD ports of selected PSP games, bumped up with as many PS3 features as will fit into them – as well as save-game compatibility with the PSP versions of the titles, offering the most spurious of justifications for buying, say, Peace Walker twice.
The PSP Remasters series will offer Blu-Ray based, full HD versions of selected PSP titles (presumably "selected" means "won't look like utter shit in HD") with 3D and unspecified "add-on content" to be potentially added to some titles. The series will also be compatible with PSP ad-hoc play. Obvious candidates like the PSP editions of God of War or GTA haven't been announced for Remaster treatment yet: so far, the only confirmed title is the currently-Japan-only Monster Hunter Portable 3rd ("Monster Hunter Freedom 3" internationally).
Above is a video announcement for the series, which highlights the PS3 version of Monster Hunter. How does it look to you? Which PSP titles would you like to see upscaled for PS3?
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