Sony has unveiled early this morning that selected PSP titles will be heading towards the PS3. Much like Remastered PS2 collection such as God of war or sly cooper, these PSP titles will feature HD graphic upgrades, 3D support, exclusive content and network play and shared game saves. Hit the jump for more information.
The first title to take advantage of this is Monster Hunters. Fans of the series will be much excited knowing that the PS3 will finally be getting a monster hunter game for the first time this gen. Here is a trailer showcasing the difference between the two version.
Both PS3 and PSP share the same gamesave. Sony says that this could allow you to play a game on the PSP while on the go, then continue playing when you return home.
The PS3 versions are also compatible with Sony’s Ad Hoc Party for PlayStation Portable service for network play. This free PS3 app normally allows local play PSP titles to use the PS3 as a proxy for true online play.
The release is slated for sometime this summer and it appears that Sony wants to have an international release. They detailed plans of offering some as downloads, whether this is one of them is unkown.
Pricing along with trophy support are also unkown at this time.
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