Shuhei Yoshida is not happy about the state of third party PSP games. Yoshida, the president of Sony Worldwide Studios, told IGN that third party support was ‘disappointing’ and that he’d ‘like to see more’. We can’t argue with that really. The PSP is a lovely piece of kit but still lacks a selection of truly outstanding games.
Yoshida also spoke about the success of Monster Hunter in Japan and claimed ‘it’s hard to find a train or a bar where you don’t see some people playing a PSP’. Well, there are plenty of PSP players on the trains these days, but he must be going to different bars to us, or maybe he’s just drinking stronger stuff. Finding a bar with no one playing a PSP is about as hard as finding a bar.