TVG Launches PSP Portal
PSP owners able to access platform specific information via the handheld's web browser
Bristol UK, 2nd September 2005 - TotalVideoGames.com (TVG) is pleased to announce the launch of an exciting new web portal, which is now live, specifically created for PSPTM(PlayStation®Portable) owners.
TVG on PSP (www.totalvideogames.com/psp) will allow gamers to access all the latest news, reviews, as well as watching the latest game trailers from the comfort of an armchair to your friendly neighbourhood WiFi hotspot.
Taking advantage of the format's web-browsing capabilities, users simply need to access a WiFi Internet connection and switch on the WLAN in order to view specially adapted pages with crystal clear presentation specifically designed to match the 16:9 screen ratio.
TVG on PSP features game trailers and footage encoded specifically for playback on the PSP, while handy tutorials ensure newcomers and technophiles alike will be able to enjoy the experience. In addition, TVG on PSP offers users the ability to download wallpapers and customise the screen background.
A team of professional, industry, game writers will ensure that the latest and most comprehensive editorial will be updated throughout the day.
For more information on the TVG Media Group please email PR@TVGMedia.com or contact Steve Leyton on 01275 831676
TotalVideoGames (TVG) is part of the TVG Media Group, based in Bristol UK. One of the largest online publications throughout Europe, TVG brings its readers the latest news, extensive previews, unbiased reviews, in-depth features and exclusive competitions from the videogames industry on a daily basis.
TVG Media Group is a leading online publisher and media group with a portfolio that includes: leading videogame online publication TVG (www.totalvideogames.com); online men's publication ladsmag.tv (www.ladsmag.tv); along with design and online marketing / video solutions specialists - the.pixel (www.thepixel.co.uk).
About PSPTM (PlayStation® Portable)
PSP is a new handheld video game system that allows users to enjoy 3D games, with high-quality full-motion video, and high-fidelity stereo audio. With graphics rendering capability comparable to that of PlayStation 2, PSP features a 4.3 inch widescreen, high-resolution TFT display. PSP also adopts a newly developed compact but high-capacity (1.8GB) optical disc, Universal Media Disc (UMD), as its storage medium. With a wide range of accessories and connectivity options, including Memory Stick, USB 2.0, IR port and WiFi wireless LAN, PSP is the new entertainment platform from PlayStation.
PlayStation and the PlayStation logo are registered trademarks, PS one, PS2, PSP and UMD are trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.