GP32 or GamePark 32, the MP3-playing 32-bit Korean handheld with a backlit colour LCD screen larger than Nintendo's and SmartMedia support, is finally receiving the attention it deserves, with many Japanese retailers busily importing the console. Although the company has refused to be drawn on the issue of an American or European launch, Capcom has now pledged its support to the console with the announcement of a handful of new games; Breath of Fire III, Fire Pro Wrestling, Hello Kitty Tetris, King of the Fighters, Rockman (Mega Man) X5 and Street Fighter Zero 3. With Capcom now on board, we can probably expect to see more Japanese developers following suit in the near future. Related Feature - New handheld sighted in Japan
Source - Spong.com
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