Inspired by Koei’s recent confirmation of PSP titles at its recent mid-year conference, the Japanese press looked for similar comments from Square Enix, but president Yoichi Wada said “Wecannot say whether development is moving forward or not.”
Wada did, however, offer some comments on PSP that echoed Koei president Keiko Erikawa’s remarks earlier this week. He said that he does not expect it to compete directly with the Game Boy Advance, at least not to the degree that some observers have assumed, due to the gulf between the two systems’ hardware capabilities and corresponding price points. As a consequence, he said, the two platforms will likely share little in common between their respective software libraries, suggesting that Square Enix and other publishers may support both handhelds with different ranges of games.
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