쿠타라기 켄 전사장이 psp를 처음 공개하던 날이 생생하다. 미래적인 디자인에 엄청난 성능으로 아.. 이제 휴대용 게임 시장도 소니가 가져가겠구나 했었는데. 나는 그때 너무 어렸다ㅋㅋ 포터블 게임기 시장에서 닌텐도는 너무나도 강력했다. 그래도 다시 등판해줘요 손휘..
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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for PSP was a canceled roleplaying game for Sony’s PlayStation Portable. The game was not a direct port of the console and PC versions of the game, and instead would feature an original story and modified gameplay to work within the restraints of the portable hardware. In May 2016, several beta builds of the title leaked onto torrent sites, giving Elder Scrolls fans a look at the long since canceled game.
Oblivion PSP was intended to be part of the Elder Scrolls travels series, which also include the feature phone versions of Elder Scrolls games. The game was announced in the November 2006 issue of PlayStation Magazine and retailers such as GameStop revealed the ship date to be April 2007. After the announcement, no official news was given by publisher Bethesda and in November 2007 preorders for the game were refunded, leading many to correctly assume the game had been cancelled.
Several years later, beta builds of the canceled title began appearing online. Players discovered the game was much more complete than originally thought. From a technical standpoint it was one of the PSP’s most impressive titles, featuring texture work that rivaled early PS3 titles. Oblivion PSP was a dungeon crawler, featuring linear levels instead of the open world the series is known for. A leveling and skill system were even in place, as well as a complete UI, both indicating the game was nearly complete when cancelled.
Despite renewed interest, Bethesda has never publicly commented on the game, while developer Climax Studios closed all but one of its studios in the following years.