Iron Maiden, INXS, Bob Marley Released on PSP

Source: Gamesindustry
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Sanctuary Visual Entertainment is launching 5 UMD titles available for Playstation Portable’s (PSP) initial launch period. September 1st 2005 will see the launch of Sony’s PSP in Europe and Australia, and on the same day, Sanctuary will release their first UMD music title – “Iron Maiden – Rock In Rio.”

On September 12th 2005, Sanctuary will release UMD version’s of “INXS – Live Baby Live” and “Bob Marley – Live From Santa Barbara.” On October 3rd 2005, cult classic films, “Dune” and “Blue Velvet” will be released on the UMD format, and will each be at a greater dealer price of £10.21 (recommended retail selling price £14.99).

UMDs are 2.3-inch optical discs housed in protective cases. With data storage capacity of 1.8GB, the discs can store up to 140 minutes of DVD quality video content. The format was developed by Sony for the PlayStation Portable gaming system. In January 2005, Sony announced plans to open the format to content providers interested in releasing movie and music on UMD as well as to other hardware manufacturers who want to create systems that play the discs.

Source: Gamesindustry
UMD-Logo-Side

Sanctuary Visual Entertainment is launching 5 UMD titles available for Playstation Portable’s (PSP) initial launch period. September 1st 2005 will see the launch of Sony’s PSP in Europe and Australia, and on the same day, Sanctuary will release their first UMD music title – “Iron Maiden – Rock In Rio.”

On September 12th 2005, Sanctuary will release UMD version’s of “INXS – Live Baby Live” and “Bob Marley – Live From Santa Barbara.” On October 3rd 2005, cult classic films, “Dune” and “Blue Velvet” will be released on the UMD format, and will each be at a greater dealer price of £10.21 (recommended retail selling price £14.99).

UMDs are 2.3-inch optical discs housed in protective cases. With data storage capacity of 1.8GB, the discs can store up to 140 minutes of DVD quality video content. The format was developed by Sony for the PlayStation Portable gaming system. In January 2005, Sony announced plans to open the format to content providers interested in releasing movie and music on UMD as well as to other hardware manufacturers who want to create systems that play the discs.

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