A lot of hype has been placed upon the PSPgo. It's a sleek, sexy machine with some obvious flaws (battery life, no real new features), but it does sure look great. However, the PSPgo is not the only thing Sony is launching later next month, as there is a whole slew of new game types coming through PSN: the Minis.
"It's something we will consider in the future," he added, referring to the posibility of game updates and multiplayer in future PSP Mini titles.
Ultimately, this is a situation that is not ideal for gamers, but is something that Sony can address at any time. I just hope that these restrictions don't become like Microsoft's handling of previous Arcade restrictions, where only certain companies and games were allowed to break the rules, because that's just unfair.
Expect more from the Sony Press Event later this week.
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