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Sony Announces Duo of New PSP Titles for Kids

Posted by Sammy Barker

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Believe it or not, the PSP continues to sell reasonably well in pockets of Europe. Games such as Invizimals have given the handheld a new lease of life amongst younger users, and Sony’s hoping to capitalise on that with the announcement of a duo of new children’s focused games.

First up is Phineas and Ferb: Across the Second Dimension, a portable adaptation of the PS3 title which released last year. Sony promises an “action packed adventure” as you “journey through new dimensions, overcome obstacles and battle the evil Dr. Doofenshmirtz”.

Elsewhere, Sony's also announced Geronimo Stilton: The Return to the Kingdom of Fantasy. Based upon the hit books, the game boasts a host of puzzles, riddles and fun challenges. It also looks surprisingly gorgeous.

There’s no date on either of the titles just yet, but we’d expect them to arrive in time for Christmas. Check out the trailers below.

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There'll always be a budget games market, and in some territories 'current' generations hardware is just too expensive for the local econemy. Hence the late third party bloom of things like the Sega SegaDrive in Brazil and the continued global presence of the PS2.



get2sammyb said:

Pretty much. Besides, these games are very clearly aimed towards the children's market. If they weren't being made for PSP, they probably wouldn't exist at all. You're not losing anything as a result of these game's being made.



Firejonie said:

I wonder of either of these games will come to NA. Most likely Phineas and Ferb will of they only choose one. Though this is not the continued support for the PSP some would be hoping for, look at the DS, Nintendo is still supporting it even after the launch of the 3DS, but the PSP has no first party support after the Vita launched.

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