Lonely Planet links with Sony PSP

<p>Travel publisher Lonely Planet has signed a licensing deal with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe to launch its travel content on the Sony PSP (Play Station Portable).
The new series of "Passport to..." guides will be available on PSP's universal media discs, and will include interactive maps, itineraries and audio phrasebooks, as well as bespoke photo and video footage. The guides will launch with six titles to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Paris, Prague and Rome later this month, and will be backed by a multi-million pound marketing campaign from Sony.
Lonely Planet described the move as "the...

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