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The PlayStation Portable or PSP is a handheld console made by Sony.

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The console was announced at E3 2003 and was released first in Japan on December 12th of 2004 with world wide releases soon to follow later in the year of 2005.

The PSP gave the player the ability not only to play games but to download PlayStation titles from a online store, watch movies, TV shows, browse the internet, and view images as well as listen to music.

There were five models of the PSP manufactured over the consoles life time, those included the original model the PlayStation Portable 1000. One of the more drastically changed models were the PSP Go. Most models of the PSP have been out of production excluding PSP-E1000, PSP-3000, and the PSP Go (Except North America)

On August 25, 2005, Breath of Fire III was ported to the PlayStation Portable handheld system in Japan. This version, though largely similar to its original release, contained a new title logo graphic, as well as support for the PSP's native 16:9 widescreen display. An expanded version of the fishing minigame found in the original release was included as a bonus game accessible from the title screen, which could be freely given to a friend using the PlayStation Portable's GameShare feature. The Japanese version was bundled with a special full-color fishing guidebook featuring new artwork by Tatsuya Yoshikawa. A limited English version was released in certain European areas on February 10, 2006 which used the original translation. The United States version was not released due to a rejection by SCEA.

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Official PSP Site

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