SONY CONFIRMED THAT IT WILL PROCEED WITH THE CLOSING OF THE DIGITAL STORE IN JULY
About 35 games PSP will no longer be available for purchase when the Sony move forward with plans to close your digital store.
On Monday, Sony canceled plans to close its digital stores in PS3 e PS Vita, but confirmed that it would close the store PSP as planned.
This means that out of the 140 or so titles that were originally set to become unreachable, the damage has been reduced to about 35 PSP games that should disappear after the game ends. Closing your store on July 2.
While users will still be able to redownload their previous purchases for the foreseeable future, the PSP titles listed below will be lost forever on their respective platforms and are not available for purchase in any other format.
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- Black Rock Shooter – the game
- Brandish: The Dark Revenant
- Carnage Heart EXA
- Cho Aniki Zero
- Cladun: This is an RPG!
- Creature Defense
- Crimson room: reverse
- Dissidia 012 Prologue: Final Fantasy
- Go! Puzzle
- portable gravity crash
- Hot Shots Shorties Blue Pack
- Hot Shots Shorties Green Pack
- Hot Shots Shorties Red Pack
- Hot Shots Shorties Yellow Pack
- I am an Airport Hero Tokyo Air Traffic Controller
- Kurulin Fusion
- LocoRoco: Midnight Carnival
- NeoGeo Heroes: Ultimate Shooting
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- Patchwork Heroes
- Wild Moon: The Hera Campaign
- Super Stardust Portable
- Susume Tactics!
- Talkman Travel: Paris
- Talkman Travel: Rome
- Talkman Travel: Tokyo
- Thexder Neo
While LocoRoco's two main PSP games were physically released, the Carnival spin-off was only a digital release, meaning it won't be long before it's definitively phased out.
Meanwhile, Ape Quest was released on a physical UMD in Japan, but as a text-heavy RPG, it will not be playable by non-Japanese speakers.
For the sake of clarity, we do not include any games that are physically released in any territories (unless they are only available in a foreign language such as Japanese).
For example, a company offering echochrome e Echoshift on PSP have received physical releases in the EU, and the region-free nature of the system means you can still play them globally.
Commenting on the decision to reverse the planned closure of PS3 and Vita stores, SIE President Jim Ryan said: “We now see that many of you are incredibly passionate about being able to continue buying classic games on PS3 and PS Vita in the near future, so I'm glad we found a solution to continue operations. ”