A few weeks ago, IGN took a long, hard look at the state of the PSP. Software, they mused, was in short supply and the future was rather bleak. Luckily, E3 arrived to show IGN that the system wasn't completely dead and that there were some prospects for Sony's little wunderportable. Perhaps more disturbing, however, was the relative lack of new info on the PS2. Sony touched on their plans for a new bundle for the system, but they almost spent more time talking about pushing into Latin America during their E3 press conference.
Which got IGN thinking: is the PS2 finally on its way out? Lord knows the system has stood the test of time; still rolling into its ninth year with plenty of steam, the system consistently manages to pull down impressive hardware numbers every month here in the States, due in no small part to what is arguably the best games library in history. But IGN started wondering aloud just how much juice the PS2 has left.