In a shocking blockbuster revelation, SCEA European big guy David Reeves has conceded to gamesindustry.biz that Sony is aware that the PSP needs a bigger game library. Oh David...I never thought I'd see you small and vulnerable like this . Don't worry, Destructoid will protect your innermost secret by informing the rest of the world on this website. I care about you, I swear.
Wait -- apparently David didn't want us to keep it on the down low, as he told the same story recently at the Playstation gamers day in London. However, he also offered a snippet of good news, which we will share with you here:
At least...I think that's good news. Does he mean the Monster Hunter series is the pinnacle of how good PSP games can get? (If so, I would be disappointed, as I was underwhelmed with Monster Hunter, but that's just me.) While the PSP has done well in Japan, we aren't seeing a lot of new titles for it from publishers (but plenty of new for the 8 year old Playstation 2.) I love my PSP, but I have to admit I want more games to play on it. I hope this trend changes for Sony, as it really is a great little handheld that just needs a little bit more to make it perform to its potential.
[Via PlayTM -- Thanks Jonathan]
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