Mobile gaming is becoming a very interesting market to think about lately. On one hand, you have to consider the impact that mobile devices like smartphones and the iPod Touch have had on it, on the other hand you have the Nintendo 3DS having over 300,000 preorders for it in the UK, more than the Wii had. Then you have people in the industry saying things like the 3DS and NGP will be the last generation of mobile game consoles of their kind.
Obviously in the wake of new technologies that many hope to be successful, many are forced into expressing their concerns and doubts about said technology. The NGP is no different in that sense, and as a lover of PlayStation and video games, I can’t help but hop on that band wagon. Continue reading
So, the PSP2 was announced today but with a new code name, NGP (Next Generation Portable), even though it clearly says PlayStation on the front of it. I do have to admit, it’s so beautiful, also, it’s more than I could’ve ever hoped it would be. Now it’s just up to Sony to keep the price down and the features true. Continue reading
I awoke this morning to my wonderful list of fresh RSS feeds for the week to be horribly surprised by this:
PSP2 ‘Dead on Arrival’
First off, I don’t know what Pach Attack is or if they’re even really that credible, but that’s an asinine statement. And to say that the handheld market is dying and that the 3DS is going to prolong the life of it for a while is even more stupid. Continue reading