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Submitted by wondroushippo 1958d ago | podcast

The Portable Podcast Episode 3 | The Portable Gamer

The Portable Gamer's handheld-focused podcast, The Portable Podcast, returns with its third episode, discussing the decision not to require every UMD release to have a corresponding PSN one, audio reviews of games like Dissidia Final Fantasy, and brief previews including Loco Roco Midnight Carnival, all in under half an hour. (Dissidia 012: Duodecim Final Fantasy, LocoRoco Midnight Carnival, PSP)

bgrundman  +   1958d ago
I am glad to see that the podcast has been revived.
wondroushippo  +   1958d ago
Me too, hopefully they can keep it going regularly this time.
bgrundman  +   1958d ago
PSPGo = fail
roblef  +   1958d ago
I see nothing wrong with the PSPgo. I bought one and really like it.
wondroushippo  +   1958d ago
The PSPgo is less failure as much as it is Sony's handling of it is a failure.
roblef  +   1958d ago
@wondroushippo - that's always been the case. Sony's never been very good at the marketing of these future thinking products.
roblef  +   1958d ago
That one guy's audio sounds horrible. I hope they fix it.

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