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Submitted by KingDon 612d ago | podcast

The state of Handheld Gaming in the current market. Order A Game Podcast 7

The state of Handheld Gaming in the current market. Order A Game Podcast 7

Are dedicated Handheld Game Systems doomed?

We cover the major news from the last week in gaming and then move on to our topic of the week - The State of Handheld Gaming in the current market. (3DS, God of War: Chains of Olympus, Monster Hunter, Monster Hunter 3G, Monster Hunter 3rd, Nintendo DS, Pokemon, PS Vita, PSP, Tech)

3-4-5  +   612d ago
The State of handheld gaming is really good. Always has been and always will be. Those who think otherwise fail to look at history and learn from it.

There is no doom and gloom within the gaming industry, the media just makes it seem like there is so people read their BS.
KingDon  +   612d ago
That is exactly what is discussed

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