iPod Touch could halt PSP resurgence

Sony’s

surprise announcement of a number of big-hitting PSP titles yesterday

proves that it remains firmly committed to its portable platform – but one analyst has said that Apple could yet prove to be a fatal thorn in Sony’s side.

Speaking to MCV’s sister site CasualGaming.biz today, Game Brief’s Nicholas Lovell stated: The iPod Touch is rapidly becoming the portable media player of choice amongst a younger audience, exactly the place that Sony wanted to be with the PSP.

But the iPod doesn’t have expensive processors or a unique format disc like the UMD; it is an easy-to-use device that offers consumers their music, podcasts, short-form video and accessible games on the move and in my opinion, will be the final nail in the PSP’s coffin.”

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