Here Is Japan’s PSPgo Launch Lineup

By Spencer . October 28, 2009 . 9:17am


We have the PSPgo already, but Japan doesn’t. The download-only handheld launches this Sunday and Sony Computer Entertainment Japan prepared a lineup of games to launch with it.


Some of them like Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops are UMD legacy titles. Others such as Persona 3: Portable, Echochrono, and Disgaea Infinite are brand new.


Here’s the list of games you can digitally import on Japan’s PlayStation Store this Sunday:


LocoRoco: Midnight Carnival (2,800 yen)
Echochrono (2,800 yen)
Motorstorm: Arctic Storm (3,800 yen)
Dissidia: Final Fantasy Universal Tuning (4,000 yen)
Persona 3 Portable (5,040 yen)
Disgaea Infinite (2,500 yen)
PixelJunk Monsters Deluxe (2,000 yen)
Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles (2,300 yen)
Shadow of Memories (3,200 yen)
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops (1,500 yen)
Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops+ (1,000 yen)
Metal Gear Solid: Bande Dessinee (1,000 yen)
Armored Core Formula Front International (2,300 yen)
Tenchu: Time of the Assassins (2,300 yen)
King’s Field Additional I (1,200 yen)
King’s Field Additional II (1,200 yen)
Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny (6,280 yen)
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection (2,800 yen)
Namco Museum (2,800 yen)
Mojipittan (2,800 yen)
Ridge Racers (2,800 yen)
Nunpla & Oekaki Puzzle (980 yen)
Kiniro no Corda  (1,200 yen)
Dynasty Warriors Mahjong (1,200 yen)
Uncharted Waters IV: Rota Nova (1,200 yen)
Zero Shiki Kanjou Sentouki Ni (3,150 yen)
Carnage Heart Portable (3,800 yen)

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  • Having Dissidia on download is great and could mean that SquareEnix would put a download Dissidia for the markets outside.

  • neo_firenze

    Wow, a lot of cool games that aren’t yet on the US store… Konami and Namco giving some good support.

    In particular, Dissidia, Castlevania, MGS Portable Ops, and Tekken 5 are games that you’d think might do really well with a US PSN release… perhaps they’ll show up soon.

  • maxchain

    Ooh, looking forward to more news on Disgaea Infinite!

  • malek86

    Woah, Soul Calibur is incredibly expensive in Japan. It launched at 29€ in here.

  • JeremyR

    Hmmmm, are any of those “minis”? It would be nice to see some of those coming from Japan (but there don’t seem to be any in the works, except a port of an Iphone game from Hudson)

    Anyway, it would be nice to get Namco, Konami and Square on board with DD in the US. More at least, they only have a handful of titles. Maybe with them jumping on it in Japan, they will try it in the US

  • Aoshi00

    Metal Gear Solid: Bande Dessinee (1,000 yen)

    Not a game, but it’s a nice bargain. I actually only bought MGS2 Bande Dessinee on DVD.. the Ashley Wood drawings were too rough and sketchy to enjoy the story though, unlike the original Jpn artist. The upcoming Peacewalker seems to have lots of awesome drawings in motion.

    I haven’t really thought about this, is the PSP Go region free or locked? I know here every time you play a demo from a different region you need to switch account… it’s not like I would be getting a Go any time soon unless there’s like a huge bargain deal… or a tempting limited edition…

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