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    psp E3 2006: PSP Greatest Hits Program to be Launched

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    At Sony's Press Conference, Kaz Hirai, President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America announced the recent success of the portable system, stating that the company has shipped more than 17 million units worldwide. Forecasting an additional 12 million units sold during this year, Hirai also announced the launching of the Greatest Hits collection for the PSP.

    To qualify for the program, a title would have to have been on the market for at least nine months and sold 250,000 titles or more. The first five titles that will be presented in the program later this year are ATV Offroad Fury: Blazin Trails, Ape Escape: On The Loose, Hot Shots Golf: Open Tee, Twisted Metal: Head On and WipEout Pure.

    We'll have more details on the Greatest Hits program as they're released.

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    Likely to contain firmware updates!

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    Ya, maybe I'm paranoid, but I bought all the 1.5 games I wanted before this new batch comes out - saw the handwriting on the wall since Japan's had a Greatest Hits PSP section for a while now.

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    games have to be on the market for 9mo before considered "greatest hits"

    lol

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    The first thing i thought as soon as i read that...
    Damn, now they are gonna force fw 2.7 on the few games that might actually run on my psp?

    Although they could have put new firmwares into those games when they were first released here in the UK... but it doesnt seem like they have as they have orriginal fw like 1.00 still on them.
    So maybe the games will still be ok.

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