Rockin’ Android’s PS3 Shooters Are Apparently PSP Compatible

By Spencer . May 19, 2010 . 11:48am


Doujin publisher Rockin’ Android made a deal with Sony Online Entertainment to bring Gundemonium Recollection, GundeadliGne, and Hitogata Happa to PlayStation 3. At least one of these games is coming to PSP too, according to the ESRB.


The video game rating board rated Hitogata Happa for PC, PlayStation 3, and PSP. At this time, a PSP version has not been officially announced. We’ve seen PSN to PSP ports before like Everyday Shooter so a move like this isn’t out of the ordinary. It’s pretty sensible, actually. If Platine Dispositif is making a PC to PS3 port they mind as well make a PSP one too.

Read more stories about & & & on Siliconera.

  • Chow

    They should just go ahead and make all PSP software compatible with PS3s already. They’d make so much more digital sales that way. Hell, make a UMD reader for the PS3, though there really isn’t any appropriate port for such a device to be attached.

    • Joanna

      yeah I would love for them to do that too, but I think Sony knows if they do, PSP sales would drop dramatically. Why buy a PSP if you can play all of it’s games on a PS3 plus have blue ray, and PS3 games.

      • Chow

        PSP hardware sales would liekly drop, but software would probably shoot through the roof. And software is where most of their revenue comes from anyway, isn’t it?

        • Joanna

          Not necessarily. If there is an over saturation of games, then it would be better to make some exclusive and have hardware sales pick up the loss. Plus Sony knows with the right game (KH: BBS, FFs, ect.) it can get people to invest in the hardware, which they would otherwise not invest in. But most of all I think Sony wants to retain a handheld device. Even I’m torn about picking up the PSP…there’s quite a few games I would love to try but at the same time there are so many games on consoles I already own that I still want to pick up that I don’t need any more on my wish list. xD

  • I’m pretty sure this is just because you can play it on PSP via Remote Play.

Video game stories from other sites on the web. These links leave Siliconera.

Siliconera Tests
Siliconera Videos