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PSP gets unofficial motion sensing capabilities


4:23 PM on 09.17.2007
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Everyone should give a golf clap to the folks at NEOTEAM for creating a PlayStation Portable motion kit. With the focus of the peripheral being on homebrew (no retail game support just yet), we’re bound to see some really cool games and applications come into fruition soon enough.

The motion kit is compatible with all PSP models except for the new slim ones, is plug and play, and does not require an additional power supply to function properly.

What would you guys like to see? Wii games being ported to PSP? More homebrew games like Tentacle Rape Simulator 2007 with new and improved motion control? We can’t read your minds, dammit!

[Via Maxconsole.net, thanks Professor Pew]






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