What’s Preloaded On A Japanese PSP Go?

By Spencer . October 30, 2009 . 7:06pm

imageOn Sunday, Sony will release the PSP Go in Japan and systems there don’t come with an ESRB app or a Patapon 2 demo. SCEJ loaded different software like a Room demo.

 

Room is a mobile social application designed for the PSP. Users will be able to blog, play mini-games, and meet up in virtual spaces with Mii-like avatars. The free service is scheduled to come out this winter, but PSP Go purchasers will get a chance to play with a piece of it early. An avatar creation demo will be preloaded on every PSP Go. Avatars made with the program will be compatible with the final version of Room.

 

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan also put demos of Minna no Sukkiri and Hot Shots Tennis on the PSP Go. A public Hot Shots Tennis demo hasn’t been released either so PSP Go purchasers will get a first look at Clap Hanz’s latest project too.


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  • http://twitter.com/DicesukeInuzuka Daisuke Inuzuka

    MIIIIIII!!!! : looks kinda cool though, but I still don’t want you PSP go

  • http://www.facebook.com/bandaka Charles Chapman

    Iam a 3000 user and I want to play Room.

  • kupomogli

    I’ve got a PSP2000, Room is probably Home Portable(seeing as a room fits in a home.)

    If it’s free I’ll download it. If not, no thanks. I don’t even use Home, but sometimes it’s nice to go on and see the extras. Or to go… to the Batcave(which the batcave kindof sucks in home, but it’s Batman so hell yeah!!!)

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