three unannounced SCEI games, shall we? Both games are adventure, investigation-type games according to PSPHyper. They're called Enkaku Sousa and Diamond and the Sound of a Gun Shot. The third mystery Sony title is apparently Resistance: Retribution, which is something we've known about since E3. Not really much mystery there.
The last title we'll mention in this article is Irem's Disaster Report game for PSP. The company is bringing the series of survival adventure games over to the PSP with Zettai Zetsumei Toshi 3. The series has come over Stateside before, so this one might turn out to be a title that could make its way over here.
Source 1 - PSP Hyper
Source 2 - PSP Hyper
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
10-02-2008 @ 2:39PM
If disaster report is anything like raw danger, then its definitely worth getting! that game was awesome!
10-02-2008 @ 2:56PM
Resistance was "revealed" in North America, yes, but technically, it was still not announced for Japan.
10-02-2008 @ 3:26PM
my vote for the third game is little big planet...
10-02-2008 @ 5:32PM
Hashbrown Hunter said...
I doubt it. If they're still looking for an engine designer for it then it's nowhere near playable.
10-02-2008 @ 8:00PM
Well that sucks that one of the games is Resistance I would hope for some thing else.
I really hope this is not it for TGS because I really want new PSP games and none of these make me happy. Resistance does but I do not count it as a new game seeing as I already knew about it.
I want to see some thing really neat on the PSP may be a remake of ICO or some thing like that.
10-02-2008 @ 10:54PM
I don't give a crap bout Resistance. I'm already tired of everyday shooters. Disaster Report is another thing tho... isn't that the PS2 game where you had to survive on an earthquake-struck city, with bridges and buildings falling all over you? That game had GREAT ideas going on, but kinda failed at execution on some areas. Hope they tune up that future PSP version :)
10-03-2008 @ 12:52AM
Great, investigation type games. -_- More titles we'll never see outside of Japan. Worthless paperweight this thing is becoming, I swear.