Sony's PSP strategy has been the biggest let-down of the year, according to top US games retailer GameStop.
Senior VP of merchandising and marketing Bob McKenzie told Eurogamer, "If I were to pick a disappointment the only thing would be looking at the number of titles that have launched on the PSP format compared to the prior year.
"I think Sony did a great job two years ago in terms of coming out with a pretty good line-up of PSP offerings and I didn't see that breadth of titles this year. And it's still pretty meaningful to consumers."
Time for the PSP2 then? We couldn't draw McKenzie to comment but rumours have been flying around for the last couple of months about an impending follow-up to Sony's handheld.
At the other end of the spectrum, McKenzie touted Halo: Reach as the biggest surprise package of the year. Amazing as it may seem in the wake of such a successful launch, there was a lot of concern about the title before release.
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