In the second part of our interview with SCEA's Eric Lempel, we chatted about the simultaneous release of PSP Go and PSP minis. In addition to discussing the hands-off approach Sony is taking with the pricing of minis, we talked about the possibility of the minis program moving to PS3, and eventual Mac support for the PSP's MediaGo application.
Joystiq: Are any Sony first-party studios working on PSP minis?
Eric Lempel: Right now, to my knowledge, they're not. That could change, again, but right now, I don't believe any of the studios are working on minis.
What determines the pricing of PSP minis?
There are a couple of rules, or maybe there's just one rule. They have to come in at $9.99 or under.
If someone wanted to release at $1.99, they could?
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