The PSP hasn’t had much in the way of new releases; at least on North American shores anyway. That doesn’t mean Sony has completed stopped supporting it however. Today, a much-needed shot of epinephrine is given to the PSP by way of a set of new Dual Packs.
Crystal MacKenzie, Sony’s Associate Brand Hardware Marketing Manager, announced that PSP owners looking to add to their library now have a few more choices, although we spotted them back at E3. New PSP Dual Packs with a retail price of $14.99 will go on sale this week and are available via download on the PSN. The titles included round out a nice choice of classic PSP games: Secret Agent Clank and Daxter, Syphon Filter: Logan’s Shadow and Killzone Liberation, and Syphon Filter: Dark Mirror and SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs: Fireteam Bravo.
No further announcements have been made on what to expect in the future, but PSP owners can take comfort that Sony hasn’t abandoned them entirely—and the ability to obtain them in digital form bodes well with the PS Vita on the horizon.