Rock Band: Unplugged For PSP Thoughts

Posted: Apr 11 2009, 6:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:49pm CDT, in News | Gaming

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OCModShop analyzes the latest announcement of Rock Band: Unplugged for the Sony PSP.
Quote: "It seems like after several long years, the PSP is finally coming of age. Last month, Sony released Resistance: Retribution for the PSP (read our review here). This is one of the first games on the PSP to make extensive use of the internet, and Sony's Playstation Network. Sony is finally starting to flex its muscles to offer more downloadable content, too... which means there are now "legitimate" reasons to have a 16GB memory stick in your PSP. To help Sony's portable device along in their newfound online interest, Rock Band: Unplugged is coming out for the PSP. Not only will this be the first portable Rock Band game (Nintendo DS has Guitar Hero World Tour), but it will offer a lot of downloadable content, in the way of new songs. The new songs will integrate directly into Sony's Playstation Store, and apparently can download new songs without leaving the game. "
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