Video: Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake PSP Trailer and Interview
SCEA Santa Monica Studios Associate Producer Matt Morton has shared a video trailer today alongside details of Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake for Sony's PSP console.
To quote: I'm VERY excited to be talking today about http://www.svsgames.com/?p=436, and to let everyone know that you will be able to have your very own copy beginning Tuesday, April 27 via the PlayStation Store or UMD at participating retail outlets!
Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake is everything you love about Fat Princess on the PS3, and it fits right in the palm of your hand. Plus, there are even more slices of http://www.flickr.com/photos/playstationblog/3442521093/ in the PSP version, as we've added additional content to this wonderful game.
We've got new game modes, new maps, a new extended storyline for single player.... heck, there is just a LOT of fun to be had with Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake!
Check out the trailer!
I wouldn't be able to talk about this great game without mentioning http://www.svsgames.com/ (SVS).
They are the developers that met the challenge of bringing Fat Princess to the PSP, making it a faithful game that stands on its own, and adds so much more than the original did. I would like to introduce you to Todd Morgan, the Senior Producer from SuperVillain Studios that helped bring Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake to life.
Todd, let's talk about what SVS has brought to FP: FoC. What new and exciting things will we see in this new title?
Hi Matt! First of all, thank you for providing me the opportunity to speak about the game. We are very excited about game, and think that everyone else will be too! First off, we have added six new maps to the game. Five of these news maps will be showcased through the newly expanded single player mode called Legend of the Fat Princess.
The sixth map was created specifically for one of our new play modes that we have created for our version of the game. In total we have added 4 NEW play modes to the game. These new play modes are integrated into the single player story mode, but can also be played as stand alone play types from the main menu.
We added six new music tracks created specifically for each map, in order to stay true to how the PS3 version was made. Lastly, since this game is so multiplayer friendly, we made sure to make this game support both Adhoc play and Infrastructure play.
How did you get all of this extra-good cakey-ness onto the PSP?
Lots of hard work! I'm kidding, good question. For the most part we took what was already there with the PS3 version of the game, and then by hand remodeled and resized all of the existing maps and characters in the game so that they would fit onto the PSP.
All the while making sure that the game still looks as close to the PS3 version as possible. We also had to make tweaks to the in-game UI and FX's to again fit with in the PSP hardware.
The additional game modes took a bit of work, but were a lot of fun to add to the game. We had to re-sample the audio, but again this was just necessary in order to fit onto the PSP and to sound as best as possible.
Fat Princess is a great online experience. What is the number of players we can battle, and in what modes: Ad Hoc, Infrastructure?
Adhoc will support up to 8 unique users to be able to connect and play together without having to be signed into a PSN account. Infrastructure will support up to 8 unique users logged into PSN.
Both play types will have the ability to have up to 24 characters onscreen during gameplay. We're very excited about this. We worked really hard to make this happen for the integrity of the game.
I can't wait until everyone gets their hands on Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake! It's been a pleasure getting to work on this with you guys. Anything else to add before we sign off?
Working on Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake was a lot fun for us here at SuperVillain. We really enjoyed working on the game, and would definitely like to give credit to http://titanstudios.com/ for creating such a fun game to work on.
I would also like to thank you and Deb Mars, and SCEA Santa Monica Studio for giving us the opportunity to work on such a fun and creative game. We are very excited about the work we've done, and think that everyone else will really enjoy it as well.
Well everyone, there you have it! We've got a great game heading your way for the PSP very soon! We've had a blast making it, and we are very proud of how it's all come together.
I think you will be thrilled with this game, no matter if you are a fan of Fat Princess on the PS3, or even if you've never played Fat Princess before.