PSP users have no hope of seeing the PS3 trophy system expanding to their portable, Sony has said.
Eric Lempel, director of PSN operations, put it simply: "You're not going to see Trophies on the PSP." But he has his reasons, "keeping it secure" being the main one.
There's a risk that the hacking and system exploits rampant on PSP could allow users to "artificially inflate their rankings and amounts of Trophies", which would "kill the whole [Trophy] system", he told Joystiq. Fair enough.
The PSP Go hits shelves on October 1 for $250 in the US (250 Euros in Europe). A UK price is yet to be confirmed.
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