The brain behind Electronic Arts' PSP titles spills some tantalizing details on the PSP's wireless link play and launch titles planned for the US and Japan.
In an interview posted on Electronic Arts' Web page this morning, the executive producer of EA's PSP development team let loose a barrage of insider info related to the upcoming portable hardware. Team Fusion head Warren Wall talked about some of the games that will be present at the launch of the PSP in both Japan and the US, and he compared the PSP's functionality--like its wireless head-to-head play--to that of the Nintendo DS.
According to Wall, EA will ship Need for Speed Underground Rivals and Tiger Woods PGA Tour in Japan "before the end of the year," though not necessarily on the system's launch day. In the US, EA promises "updated versions" of NFSUR and Tiger Woods, as well as NBA Street, NFL Street, and "a couple more titles that have yet to be revealed." Wall skirted the issue of whether all these titles would be available day-and-date with the system.
News source: GameSpot