Japanese gamers snap up the Slim & Lite as if it was a DS Lite.
Slow down in PSP sales caused by anticipation of the new model.
Initially to launch in the UK and Ireland with discussions to introduce a similar service across the rest of Europe.
news : The future of UMD is bright
That's the opinion of PSP senior marketing manager John Koller.
news : PSP needs killer app
Sony financial officer reveals need for a single title that will define the handheld.
Sony is to begin a new marketing push for the PSP targeting the 13-17-year-old demographic.
news : EA wants cheaper PSP
EA boss Larry Probst thinks that Sony should reduce the price of the PSP and introduce a new, smaller model.
news : PSP gets musical boost
PSP users will soon be able to download music videos from the entire EMI Music UK library direct to their PSP.
Karl Jeffery, CEO of developer Climax, says that Sony needs to improve the sales of the PSP to ensure publishers don't drop the format.
The results are in for the 24th annual Golden Joystick Awards - The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion comes out on top.
news : Sony UK is happy with UMD
Despite reports of reduced store presence, Sony UK MD Ray Maguire says that Sony is happy with the UMD format.
Despite building pressure to reduce the price of the PSP, Sony is confident its powerful handheld is just fine as it is.
SEGA and Deep Fried Entertainment have announced a partnership to create game content for the PSP.
That's according to Sony Computer Entertainment Europe president and CEO David Reeves.
EA executive VP and COO of worldwide studios David Gardner believes the PSP is losing out to the DS.