Sony reveals “PSP Engine” for PSP Remasters

Sony is providing developers a helping hand in the creation of PSP Remaster titles. The “PSP Engine” was introduced by Sony’s Kentaro Suzuki during a session at the Game Tools & Middleware Forum in Tokyo, which is described as the base engine for bringing PSP games to PlayStation 3.

The “PSP Engine” offers developers the following features:

  • High-resolution rendering
  • Control (with Dual Analogue support) through wireless controllers (DualShock 3 / SIXAXIS)
  • 3D stereoscopic output
  • Ad-hoc Party unification
  • Main memory and graphic memory expansion
  • Common save data

Currently, the only PSP Remaster title to be announced is Monster Hunter Portable 3rd HD Ver. from Capcom.

Thanks, Andriasang (via Famitsu).

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