Several readers have emailed us wondering why the downloadable version of LittleBigPlanet PSP wasn't yet available on the PlayStation Network, with the UMD version already hitting stores. Sony responds.
Like many of you, we assumed the UMD-less PSPgo meant that popular new PSP titles would be released for download on the same day the retail version went on sale for older PSP systems. According to Patrick Seybold, Sr. Director, Corporate Communications and Social Media for SCEA, that is indeed the goal, but in this instance it wasn't the case.
"The goal is to have the titles available on the same day, and that is usually the case. We're aware LBP isn't on the PlayStation Store just yet, and are working on solving that as we speak. We appreciate your patience."
We recommend that PSPgo owners dejectedly slide their handheld open and closed until the situation is resolved.
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