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The wait for gaming fans is over, PlayStation Portable comes to India

03-September-2005
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The wait for gaming fans is over, PlayStation Portable comes to India

Gaming company Milestone Interactive Software Ltd has launched the eagerly anticipated PlayStation Portable (PSP) handheld entertainment system from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe in India.

Following the success of the PSP launches in Japan and the US, and with over five million PSP systems already shipped worldwide, Indian consumers have been anxiously waiting to get their hands on the ‘must have’ entertainment system of the moment.

Jayant Sharma, Chairman and CEO, Milestone Interactive Software Ltd, said, “PSP is currently the hottest portable entertainment gizmo available in the international market. The Indian market is also experiencing rapid growth in mobile and digital entertainment. Devices that deliver integrated entertainment value to customers are sure to succeed. We expect PSP to take off well not only among gaming enthusiasts but also among music and movie buffs.”

PSP is a completely integrated portable entertainment system that is set to revolutionise the market for handheld portable entertainment devices. PSP in India will launch with over eight game titles, all of which have been developed especially to exploit the PSP system’s stunning high-resolution TFT wide screen display.

Featuring classic PlayStation brands that have been re-invented for the new format, alongside some all-new properties, the games catalogue offers something for everyone.

The joy of listening to music is a key part of PSP’s exciting entertainment offering and, in addition to playing music stored to Memory Stick in MP3, ATRAC 3plus and MPEG-4 AAC format, music videos on UMD music videos will also be available.

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