While there isn't any official word on the rumor yet, Xbox-Scene reports that a commercial online PSP gaming network could see the light of day sometime during the second quarter of 2006. The founders of XLink Kai, the popular tunneling service for the Xbox, and the one mostly used to hook up multiplayer-hungry Halo players, could be planning a similar centralized network for PSP games. If the news comes out to be true, gamers desperate for some good online multiplayer sessions on their PSPs will no longer have to wait for developers to include infrastructure mode into their titles. Players will be able to easily match up with others through the service via ad hoc mode instead, which means that we'll all finally have a chance to perform random acts of violence and cruelty to each other in Liberty City over the Internet. Oh joy!
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Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
1-17-2006 @ 11:54AM
If this comes through, I may cry. With joy.
1-17-2006 @ 2:58PM
This is mad old said...
This is so old man and this can be done already with the use of xbc (xbconnect.com) which I use to play xbox games and psp games which are online. This is as old as the launch of the psp.
1-17-2006 @ 3:15PM
Sorry guys but u are a bit late on the news they have already been doing this on Kai tunneling games on the PSP, ive been doing it for the last 6 months. Are u really that behind on news?
1-17-2006 @ 3:45PM
Kyle Derouen said...
That's not what they mean; they know you could do this for months. They mean that they are working on a firmware for the psp that could play online anytime without a computer or anything, just through the psp. Now that would be cool.