Capcom COO believes that Sony needs to release a new PSP in order to compete with Nintendo’s 3DS.
Capcom Europe COO and former Sony Computer Entertain of Europe president David Reeves told Gamesindustry.biz that Sony needs to respond to Nintendo’s 3DS quickly in order to stay in the handheld game, and that the follow up to the PSP needs to happen in the next 12 months for the sake of developers and publishers.
"It's an exciting time and you could possibly have two handhelds coming out within months or a year of each other," he said.
"Sony tried to make the transition with PSPgo, I think that changed some consumers' attitudes, but they need to come back with something on PSP pretty quickly to stay in the game because Nintendo are shit hot at getting these things right,” he explained in the interview. “And they always get these things right."