What Are PSP Mini’s Exactly?
15/08/2012 | Guest
PSP users have been able to access a wealth of downloadable content including demos, themes, trailers and new PSP games since the PSP was launched. Whilst this means being able to access fully featured releases such as Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer, which are also available on UMD, a slightly less conventional method of accessing new PSP content is via Sony’s PSP Minis. These are smaller games (under 100MB), often built around more traditional game genres, although there have also been a number of more esoteric designs showcased under the Minis umbrella.
With over 250 of these Mini titles being released in the last three years, the marketplace has undoubtedly seen some more than capable entries from developers like FuturLab and Dakko Dakko producing high quality content specifically tailored to the restrictions of the format.
Whilst it doesn’t have the high-profile visibility of something like Apple’s App Store, game creators who are able to work best within the confines of the Mini model have proven that they can produce excellent new PSP games. Titles such as ‘Floating Cloud God Saves the Pilgrims’ and ‘Velocity’ easily match the quality and polish of better supported releases. 2012 has seen new releases for the PSP Mini including Age of Zombies, Blast Off and Echoes, with plenty more PSP games available to purchase online as well.
If you want to find out more about new PSP games check out Tesco they have a great choice of the newest games available online.