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Sooo fake.

- Score counter different on each pic.

- No original elements in either pic. Because, of course, Treasure are well-known for recycling old artwork.

- Random resolution of elements

- Cheesy Photoshop filters attempting to emulate 'Zelda 4 Swords' indirect rendering effects in first pic

- Hit counters (?!) and enemy placement make no sense.

- clumsily stitched together ground in bottom-left corner of pic 2.

Same fellas who did the Panzer Dragoon video perhaps?

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Unless the game is officially announced I won't believe it. Screenshots of "games" running on PSPs are very easy to fake. If I had the inclination I could do one of Half Life 2 or Resi4 and that's with little or no knowledge of photoshop.

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I'd like to thinks it's real, but it's so easy to hoax these things it's not even worth thinking about till something official crops up. Tis a good fake with some effort put in other than just sticking a screen grab on the memory stick... The more I look at iot the more I think it's too elaborate to be a fake but I guess some people have more spare time than I do (the cnts :lol: )

Cheers

Quexex

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If it were real it would without a doubt cement my purchase of a PSP, Wipeout Pure has me fairly convinced to buy one but this would make it an absolute certainty. That said.... I don't think it's real, but I'll wait with baited breath to be proved wrong.

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Sooo fake.

- Score counter different on each pic.

- No original elements in either pic. Because, of course, Treasure are well-known for recycling old artwork.

- Random resolution of elements

- Cheesy Photoshop filters attempting to emulate 'Zelda 4 Swords' indirect rendering effects in first pic

- Hit counters (?!) and enemy placement make no sense.

- clumsily stitched together ground in bottom-left corner of pic 2.

Same fellas who did the Panzer Dragoon video perhaps?

i guess the score would increase.. like if you killed a bunch of people.... or if it was a different playthrough....

original elements?? the backgrounds are polygonal by the looks of it... that platform goes "back" into the screen as fas as I can see....

*shrug*

*edit*

the post on NTSC UK linked to IGN, and that linked to a japanese site..

http://boards.ign.com/PSP_Lobby/b7205/82938231/?0

which is no longer there... hastily removed??

some great engrish text too...

"I have lived in Tokyo. i have older sibling, he works at the optical hardware regional development company, he knows many people that make video games of some person -

that friend had SONY PSP and today where the new game has been attached, you have known, - he called telephone me in order to say that he

has played the gunstar hero on PSP console. 0_o

As for me in excited order, my sibling to take the photograph of the game of for the sake of to him you asked, - there is an interest in i desired

photograph, - the game works exactly one level and was many crash! maybe prototype?

The he meant that is! I regrettable, I use my translation software because

of English I am bad, is. :lol:;

Hirano. "

WTF?

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I doubt thats real, because even if it WAS an emulator (which is seems to hint at) then 500 roms would not fit into 500 megs. Roms are generally 1 meg + for mega drive and snes stuff. Plus the player itself takes up 50 megs too, which is a lot!

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