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Sony unveils PSP Remaster series
Sony unveils PSP Remaster series –
This weekend, Sony announced the PSP Remaster series for the PlayStation 3. The new line of titles will deliver on a potential long desired by owners of both platforms--the ability to transfer a PS3 game save to a PSP and continue the game on the go.
The PSP Remaster series will let players transfer game saves from PS3s to PSPs--and vice versa.
According to Sony, the PSP Remaster series will consist of PSP games remastered for the PS3 with high-definition graphics on a Blu-ray disc. These titles may also have other new features, such as DLC and stereoscopic 3D support. Game saves from the PS3 versions of titles will be fully compatible with the PSP editions and vice versa, allowing players to transfer their console game saves to the portable and the other way around. The PS3 will also support wireless ad-hoc multiplayer sessions with PSPs with PSP Remaster titles.
The PSP Remaster series will debut in Japan with Monster Hunter Portable 3rd HD Ver. from Capcom. As the title implies, the game will be a high-def remake of Monster Hunter Portable 3rd, which has been wildly successful in Japan. The title has shipped over 4.5 million units in the island nation alone since it went on sale in December 2010. No date was given for the release date of the PSP Remaster edition of the game.
Awesome, if this function becomes available then I will buy a new PSP and PS3
Wow - is this kind of rip-off even legal?
Well they pretty much ripped off ps2 bc compability just to sell hd remastered versions,so yeah not only its legal,some people actually happy to pay for the same game twice.
Originally Posted by ModIT