Sony PSP: Ridge Racers Review

Posted: Nov 9 2004, 1:53am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:09pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

Sony PSP: Ridge Racers Review
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Namco will release the racing game Ridge Racers for Sony PSP on December 12th in Japan. That is the same day the Sony PSP goes on sale in Japan.

Japanese News Site Watch Impress reviews the new Ridge Racers Game for the Sony PSP with screenshots. There are more screen-shots on the Namco Ridge Racers site. The game sells for about 5,000 yen (~47USD). The PSP Ridge Racers game has elements from former Ridge Racers version like the Reiko Nagase (photo below) CG character.

The screen-shots just look amazing. I am more a fan of playing games on big projection screens, but maybe this game will also be engaging to play on a small portable screen.

Play-Asia offers Ridge Racers for the Sony PSP for $48.90 for international sale.

The Sony PSP-1000 is available for $219.90 at Play-Asia.

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