Posted By: wraggster
News via IGN
When Sony first unveiled the PSP's GPS peripheral earlier this year, it announced a new version of Hot Shots Golf to go along with it. But the popular golf series won't be alone, as another compatibile game has just been revealed.
Japanese game site Impress Watch reveals today that Sega's Homestar will support the peripheral as well. The planetarium software will use the GPS receiver to get the player's location and show a replica of the current night sky.
Announced late last month, Homestar is an edutainment title that turns your PSP into a planetarium. The title includes five million stars and objects, and even offers fifteen guided tours of the heavens. Planetarium creator Takayuki Ohira oversaw development.
Homestar is set for Japanese release on 10/19. Unfortunately, we don't have a final release date for the GPS device, but we can perhaps count on a release close to that.