Feedsee Games : Sonic Rivals : Designed to take maximum advantage of the PSP
In 2006, Sonic Rivals allowed gamers to utilize boost moves and power-ups to trip, shove, and vault over each other while hurtling towards the finish line at breakneck speeds. Players will move along twisting 3D tracks while avoiding traps and contraptions. Gamers can play as one of four different characters from the Sonic Universe, each with separate fast and winding storylines. Enhance your character's various skills through character customization WiFi connectivity. Wager trading cards for various multiplayer challenges. Built to maximize the technical potential of the Playstation Portable.
PlayStation Portable - PSP
The PlayStation Portable, often abbreviated as PSP, is a handheld gaming console developed and produced by Sony Computer Entertainment. It was first released in 2004 in Japan, followed by other markets in 2005.
The PSP's main selling point was its ability to deliver console-quality gaming on a portable device. It featured a large, high-resolution screen, a powerful processor for its time, and impressive graphics capabilities. Games for the PSP were primarily distributed on Universal Media Discs (UMD), though later models and revisions emphasized digital downloads.
Aside from gaming, the PSP also functioned as a multimedia device, capable of playing movies on UMD, displaying photos, and playing music. It even had a web browser and allowed for certain Internet connectivity features, like online multiplayer in some games.
The PSP family includes several models, such as the original PSP-1000, the slimmer and lighter PSP-2000 and PSP-3000 models, and the disc-less PSP Go. The final entry was the budget-friendly PSP-E1000, released only in Europe. Production of the PSP line ended in 2014.