Everyday Shooter gunning for PSP

Casual murder in November.

PSN game Everyday Shooter is to be squashed down and offered on PSP.

Specifically, the title will come as part of a 4GB PSP memory pack released in the US this November for USD 199.99 (GBP 100). But, unfortunately, Sony was unavailable to clarify European plans.

Word comes off the back of Sony unveiling a tweaked PSP with rounded edges, better screen and built-in microphone at the Leipzig Games Convention yesterday afternoon.

Everyday Shooter is a pretty two-stick shooter that was released on PSN back in January to significant critical applause.

Head over to our Everyday Shooter review to find out more.

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