PSP game lineup announced: Gran Turismo, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, and more
Gran Turismo, launching October 1 with the PSP Go, was the headlining game at the E3 Sony press conference, but there were plenty of others.
Gran Turismo, launching October 1 with the PSP Go, was the headlining PSP game during Tuesday's cars, 35 tracks, 60 track layouts, and four-player play over local ad-hoc along with car trading, almost like Pokemon.. It wasn't the only ammo Sony had. However, it seems like the biggest in terms of holiday 2009 impact. Polyphony Digital announced a "full game" with 800
The other big announcment, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, was called a "true sequel" to the Metal Gear Solid series by Hideo Kojima, who appeared onstage to show off the trailer. Set in the 1970s in Latin America, it's a direct sequel to the PS2's Metal Gear Solid 3, and is a complete Metal Gear experience, from all appearances. It arrives in 2010.
Other announcements included the first-ever PSP iteration in the Resident Evil series, as well other titles that were shown but not fully detailed: Little Big Planet, Motorstorm: Arctic Edge, Soul Calibur, Pixeljunk Monsters, Fat Princess and a new Jak and Daxter game, to name a few.
Sony's 2009 and 2010 PSP lineup finally looks like the PSP game library we'd been expecting all along.
More to come.