By Spencer . August 20, 2008 . 9:29am
Sony plans on porting Everyday Shooter as a PSP game sold on the PlayStation Store. The announcement came with the US press release about the PSP-3000. An Everyday Shooter download code will be part of the PSP 4GB Memory Entertainment Pack which contains a Piano Black PSP-3000, a slim PSP with an anti-reflective LCD screen and a built in microphone and a 4GB Memory Stick PRO Duo. This bundle will be sold in November for $199.99.
The PSP-3000 will also replace the Mystic Silver colored PSP in the Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters bundle. A 1GB Memory Stick PRO Duo, National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets on UMD, and a voucher to download echochrome from the PlayStation Store is part of the $199.99 bundle scheduled to come out on October 15.
The "new" features found in the PSP-3000 may not be enough to convince current slim PSP owners to upgrade, but Everyday Shooter coming out on for the PSP is great news. I suppose it will use the Me & My Katamari / Super Stardust Portable control scheme where the face buttons are used as the second analog stick.
Images courtesy of Sony Computer Entertainment.