Sega's support of the PSP so far has been pretty pathetic in the US. But that looks like it's all about to change. We're excited about their upcoming games, though: Sega Genesis Collection and Sonic Rivals being their two most noteworthy titles heading to our system. Today, they announced a partnership with Vancouver-based Deep Fried Entertainment to work on PSP games. We don't know what they're working on, but the staff has worked on games such as MDK2, NFL Gameday, Baldur's Gate, and the Need for Speed: Underground series. Having a team dedicated to the PSP is a great idea: it means we'll see more games from Sega, and that's always a good thing.