No, we’re not talking about those lineups that people experienced back in November when the Nintendo Wii and PlayStation 3 launched. Nope, it’s just a whole smattering of new titles destined for the PlayStation Portable (PSP), a few of which seem geared towards gamers who have a need for speed.
In the racing genre, you’ll discover Crazy Taxi: Fare Wars by Sega, Ridge Racer 2 by Namco, and perhaps most notably, Test Drive Unlimited by Atari. Other key titles that’ll be launching in the second quarter of this year include Alien Syndrome (Sega), Crush (Sega), Dungeon Maker: Hunting Ground (Xseed JKS), Harvest Moon Boy & Girl (Natsume), Rainbow Six Vegas (Ubisoft), and Valhalla Knights (Xseed JKS). For a nostalgic throw-back, there’s also Final Fantasy I and II from the good people at Square Enix.
When you include PS3 and PS2 titles as well, Sony lovers will have more than 100 first- and third-party games heading their way during the next few months. They say this brings “to consumers an impressively robust software line-up.” We shall see.