The super long-named Holy Invasion of Privacy, Badman! What did I do to deserve this? was originally going to be a PSP release, but now it seems that NIS America has made the decision to make the title a PlayStation Network download only. We heard rumors about this yesterday, but now NIS has confirmed its PSN exclusivity.
They say the decision to go all-digital came after seeing the response from gamers to the downloadable demo. They hope that the game’s small size and ease of access help in easing the pain of not getting a physical copy. Look at it this way: if Sony gets what they want with the PSPgo, this will be the case for many more games in the future. Might as well get used to it, right?
So if you’re into thie crazy retro-looking strategy game, you’ll now have to hop on the PlayStation Network on July 16th, where it will be sold for $19.99.
So it begins. Are you ready for $20 of download-only games?