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Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Go to Hilton Garden and Get a PSP Game



One of the rarest PSP games ever made might be available at your local Hilton Garden hotel.

Rerez, the person who made the video above, did some great research on a game called Hilton Ultimate Team Play. The game was made for the Hilton Garden hotel chain as a way to train employees.

You can play as a house keeper, front desk, cook, or maintenance and your tasks in the game mimic some of the tasks you would face in the real job. As a housekeeper you need to remember all the items on the cleaning list for each room. Did you forget to fold the toilet paper into a nice triangle? They game will let you know.


The scoring system in the game is similar to a real scoring system Hilton uses called SALT, which measures customer satisfaction.

Rerez emailed the developers of the game and found out that 500 discs were made. BUT the Hilton UTP doesn't work without a special memory stick that came with the PSP and game.

Rerez visited his local Hilton Garden and asked them about the PSP and game. They had one in storage and gave it to him. For free.

With a little bit of leg work you can get one of the rarest PSP games ever and might not have to pay a cent.

I've never seen a sale for this game so I don't know the market value. When a sale does occur we will be sure to update our site.

Hilton Ultimate Team Play might be the Pepsi Invaders of PSP.

If your successful finding one of these at your Hilton Gardens, post in the comments below.

3 comments :

Michael Hendricks said...

What a cool story. It seems like a pretty good way for hotels to train their staff, especially as more and more of them have grown up in an era of gaming. If my closest Garden Inn weren't 100 miles away, I'd try to track one down.

Anonymous said...

It might be rare but I don't know if this will be in high demand such as pepsi invaders. Time will tell.

Anonymous said...

Went to the closet Garden Inn and they threw it away. :/ They said they moved on to new training software so it was disposed of. I imagine the systems were brought home but the discs actually were pitched.

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