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Platform(s): PSP
Genre: Hardware
Publisher: Sony
Developer: Sony

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System 3 Releases Trio Of PSPgo Titles - Screens

by Rainier on Oct. 1, 2009 @ 4:11 a.m. PDT

Created with portable, pocket-sized gaming in mind, the PSPgo comes with 16GB of internal flash memory.

Commenting on the impending launch System 3 COO Mark Cale said “Obviously there is going to be a huge groundswell of interest in the new PSP Go over the next few weeks and we will be part of it. Impossible Mission, Gottlieb Pinball and Super Fruitfall proved to be exceptionally popular when first launched as boxed copies for the PSP and I am confident they will be even more popular this time around now that they are available for a new download-savvy audience, at a fantastically low price.”

Impossible Mission is a timeless gaming classic improving on the original Epyx great. You have just 6 hours to find all the pieces to solve a mad scientist's puzzle in what is a must-have-game for all adventure fans.

Alternatively Gottlieb Pinball Classics showcases the very best hand held arcade gaming experience with 11 beautifully crafted pinball tables. With 6 different camera angles and numerous hidden extras, all the sights and sounds of a real arcade are captured in this truly authentic pinball game.

The last exciting new release is a cerebral affair! Ideally suited to the PSP gaming philosophy Super Fruitfall is a highly addictive puzzle game that is simple in concept, easy to grasp and massively addictive.

All three games are being released to complement the most diminutive hardware offering from Sony to date. The first download-only hardware is pocket size in stature, has a brighter and crisper display, is no heavier than the average cell phone and has a slide-up screen to reveal the controls below.

Impossible Mission, Gottlieb Pinball Classics and Super Fruitfall will be available to download from the PlayStation Network onto the new internet-ready PSP as soon as the hardware hits the shops from as little as £4.99.

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