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21. Posted: Sat 30th May 2009 21:33 BST
It took so much will power to get out of the gaming industry's pocket, and I'm just getting sucked right back in.
No no, that's all backwards, you'll be putting games into your pocket.
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22. Posted: Sat 30th May 2009 21:33 BST
Dang it, I just got out of the portable world, and already I'm being tempted by a Go and a DSi! It took so much will power to get out of the gaming industry's pocket, and I'm just getting sucked right back in. Must... resist...
it's ok, i was too b4 the DS lite (previously, i only had a GBA with 5 games)
Now, I am at Nintendo's mercy
23. Posted: Sat 30th May 2009 22:23 BST
I just saw the Qore video on YouTube. Wow, I really want this thing! I think I'll hold off on buying a DSi until the PSP Go comes out. I'll have to choose one or the other since money is kind of tight for me right now. The company that impresses me the most by then will get my money! I just hope Nintendo can top this! They better have something really good to show at E3!
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24. Posted: Sat 30th May 2009 22:25 BST
lets hope for a DSi VC
25. Posted: Sat 30th May 2009 22:33 BST
How did Little Big Planet look? I had high expectations for the PS3 version, and while it was fun for awhile, it ultimately could not live up to those expectations at all. Did they show anything else interesting?Also, why would anyone strapped for cash subscribe to Qore?
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26. Posted: Sat 30th May 2009 22:48 BST
@AdamLOL! Yes, I am still strapped for cash; I had to watch the Qore video on YouTube. A few videos have already been uploaded so you can check it out too; just type in PSP Go and you should be able to find it there! I only saw a quick glimpse of the new Little Big Planet and it looked pretty cool. I need to see more though. They also showed a quick glimpse of a new Gran Turismo. Joystiq.com is reporting that Sony also has a new Metal Gear planned for the PSP Go as well. Anyway, I'm just really excited for E3 now!
Edited on Sat 30th May, 2009 @ 22:50 by WolfRamHeart
27. Posted: Sat 30th May 2009 23:05 BST
Haha, I should have thought to check Youtube. Duh!
Little Big Planet looks... well, the same, except with a much closer camera view. Physics look like that same slightly awkward stuff as before. Oh well. My one hope is that they streamline the heck out of the level editor. I find the PS3 version's downright unusable, and judging by the constant stream of horrible levels to download, it looks like others share that frustration.
Anyway, this is pretty darn exciting. I wonder if there is a way for me to transfer my PS3 downloads to the Go? I know some are compatible on both systems. I hope I wouldn't have to pay for them again, though it seems likely.
28. Posted: Sun 31st May 2009 00:49 BST
I'd use it to get Playstation games
They do release those in the Playstation store right?
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29. Posted: Sun 31st May 2009 00:54 BST
Yep. They were neglecting the PSOne Classics for awhile, but the past few weeks have seen quite a few more -- nothing on par with Metal Gear Solid or Final Fantasy VII like Japan gets, but not complete rubbish either.
30. Posted: Sun 31st May 2009 01:27 BST
I've been considering the PSP for a while now, but all the rumors about the Go made me take a wait and see approach. If it's going to look like there'll be enough (good) games available for it I might go for it.
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31. Posted: Sun 31st May 2009 17:32 BST
hmm will they still sell the psp 3000 its only a few months old so why release psp 3000 when psp go will replace it unless psp go is like a downgraded psp3000
Edited on Sun 31st May, 2009 @ 17:34 by geek-master
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32. Posted: Sun 31st May 2009 17:46 BST
If you'd read the link, they said it isn't replacing the 3000. They will run side-by-side like DS Lite and DSi. Sony also says that the game library will initially be very similar but eventually will likely branch apart so that the Go specializes in smaller games.
33. Posted: Sun 31st May 2009 22:03 BST
ok so now sony wants to compete with the ipod touch? so should we just stick to are DSi's or psp's for gaming because they are not real game there basicly downloads like the DSi ware. hey! psp go is not going to be better than the DSi because with the DSi it already has the feature to download apps and games and it also has the ds card slot for the true games and this makes me believe that psp go! is just a downgraded version of the psp kinda like the ipod nano is a downgraded version of the ipod touch so nintendo DSi beats them all! >:} go DSi go DSi 3 cheers for DSi!!!!!!!!!
34. Posted: Sun 31st May 2009 22:16 BST
Three cheers for prejudgment!
How are downloadable games "not real games"? The PSP can download much greater file sizes than the more limited DSi. Some retail games are already available as downloads on the PSP. It provides the same gaming experience at greater convenience. The presentation is only in two days. People should wait to judge it then. Sounds good so far, to me.
35. Posted: Sun 31st May 2009 22:21 BST
So wait I'm a little confused. No UMD drive? so that means you download the PSP games from the PSN store right? Along with psone games & movies?
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36. Posted: Sun 31st May 2009 22:23 BST
I agree that it might be good to wait and see what exactly this new PSP Go! entails. The games are quite large, but I've already downnloaded Gurumin on my PSP and it worked fine. And if it has that much internal storage, that should be more than enough. My main concern is how the controls are laid out. It doesn't look too comfy, but until I hold one, I won't know for sure.
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37. Posted: Mon 1st Jun 2009 22:50 BST
psp go! will just have small downloads like the iphone.
38. Posted: Mon 1st Jun 2009 23:01 BST
Wrong. Little Big Planet is already confirmed, and they already explained it has a large hard drive with room for memory sticks if you went download crazy, and there are already retail-sized games available as downloads on PSP, and they have hardly announced games (or the system, for that matter) yet. But hey, making up stuff and passing it off as fact sounds like fun, so I guess I can't blame you.
39. Posted: Tue 2nd Jun 2009 05:17 BST
Adam how the crap can u get out of the portable world when its getting so freaking great these days. Just picked up MFC and a copy of Blue Dragon plus today on DSi and how much cost? 28 bucks! Two great games brand new and half the price of big retail games and still a load of fun. Thats why I love portable gaming.
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40. Posted: Tue 2nd Jun 2009 05:21 BST
I don't buy retail games (well, E3 might change my mind, but we'll see!), so price does nothing for me. WiiWare and VC are very cheap.I plan to get MFC if I get a DSi. No idea what Blue Dragon is, though.