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Developer says PSP was doomed from the start

Developer says PSP was doomed from the start

I have two PSPs around my house and neither of them get played and never got played much. The original console was a gift for my son for a good report card. He played it for a few months and then told me the games weren’t "cool" and it has sat in a drawer ever since. I have played it too and came to the same conclusion. The PSP really sucks. I have more fun on my iPhone and my son plays his DS all the time.

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Sony PSP2 Shown Off in Private Meeting, Coming Fall 2011

Sony PSP2 Shown Off in Private Meeting, Coming Fall 2011

For a short time, the rumors regarding the second version of the traditional PlayStation Portable were picking up speed, which would lead some to believe that a spy photo would inevitably break cover before too long. But, that still hasn't happened, and in fact the rumors and speculation started to quiet down. We've heard in the past that the device was already in the hands of developers, that the PSP2 would feature a touch-pad on the back of the mobile console, and that it would not only feature a camera on the back, but also one on the front. These new rumors actually enforce a few we've heard in the past, but it looks like Sony isn't in any rush to get the new handheld gaming device to the market.

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Sony PSP2 in the Hands of Developers

Sony PSP2 in the Hands of Developers

Rumors about Sony's next-generation PlayStation Portable (PSP) may have gone quiet for a little while now, but that doesn't mean they're over and done with. Looking back, we've heard how Sony plans on reinventing the PSP model altogether, and then we heard that touch controls could find their way onto the back of the device, confusing plenty of people out there. But, even further back, we had heard that Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) were being passed around to developers in the video game world, with some quieter voices saying that the device itself was finding those same hands. And now, it looks like those previous rumors may have been true.

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TRON: Evolution Collector’s Edition Announced, Has Toy Light Cycle Inside

TRON: Evolution Collector’s Edition Announced, Has Toy Light Cycle Inside

With the release of the TRON sequel just about on us (it's going to be the perfect Christmas gift, after all), there's no reason you should be surprised to see that the video game version's Collector's Edition has just broken cover. As many "collector's" items go, there's always a few goodies inside to make your purchase, which is usually a bit more expensive than the "normal" edition, worthwhile. That's certainly the case with this one.

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Sony’s PSP Could See Touch Controls on the Back in Next Generation Model

Sony’s PSP Could See Touch Controls on the Back in Next Generation Model

It's been a little while since we've heard rumors about the next generation PSP. At least, rumors that were interesting enough to talk about. This time around, it's sounding more and more like Sony's planning on keeping the overall look and feel of the current generation PSP-3000, but they've definitely got some interesting ideas that are either going to hit gamer's right in the heart, or right in the face.

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The Daily Slash: June 28th 2010

The Daily Slash: June 28th 2010

With at least one more announcement to go until June can officially end, tonight's edition of The Daily Slash may seem like it's a bit weighted. But, we assure you that, just like any other edition, it'll be worth it. First up, as usual, is the Best of R3 Media. Tucked away inside of it, you'll find that the Dell Streak's available in the UK unlocked, a new domain may make you blush, and now we've got some rumors of the BlackBerry Storm 3. And then in the Dredge 'Net, Windows 8 breaks cover kind of, the PSP-4000 and 3DS could be sold in Japan this year, and NASA loves their concept images.

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Nintendo 3DS 3D tech lacks precision claims Sony gaming CEO

Nintendo 3DS 3D tech lacks precision claims Sony gaming CEO

Given most gaming hardware execs tend to be ultra-civilised when it comes to discussing their rivals' wares, we're not sure whether Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Kaz Hirai's comments on the Nintendo 3DS in fact count as shockingly barbed.  Speaking with Sankei Biz, Hirai dismissed the 3DS' glasses-free 3D technology as limited and lacking in precision, citing Sony's own in-house research.

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Sony Plans to Reinvent the PSP Model

Sony Plans to Reinvent the PSP Model

Mobile gaming has seen a lot of refreshes over the years. And while Sony considers themselves much of the driving force behind those alterations to the industry, many would point out that it's a combination of all the major players in the market that are altering the landscape. Newcomers like the iPad (which just builds off the success of Apple's iPod Touch and iPhone line-up) are showing that people are changing their view on how they want to go about their mobile gaming endeavors. And Sony is ready to "reinvent the wheel," more or less.

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