There is a piracy problem on PSP

President of SCEE David Reeves has admitted to MCV that there is a global piracy issue on PSP – and said that Sony is set to unveil a new clampdown on those responsible.

However, speaking at the firm’s developer DevStation conference in London last week, Reeves said that the trend was actually helping drive sales of PSP hardware.

There is a piracy problem on PSP. We know about it, we know how it’s done. It sometimes fuels the growth of hardware sales, but on balance we are not happy about it,” said Reeves, telling attendant developers that Sony will unveil new ways to combat piracy soon.

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