The DS and the PSP are gnarled, hunchbacked has-beens and, frankly, both are lucky to still be drawing breath as they shuffle about with their walkers, guzzling down prune juice and wearing obnoxious looking purple mohair cardigans.
150 million + sold combined and NDS is still topping the charts. What exactly is the point of this article? The market determines who are the has-beens and it aint these handhelds.
The article itself mentions that the PSP and NDS sales are roughly 160 million, which is more than every iphone, 360, PS3 and Wii combined. Yet this article asks whether a new handheld is necessary for the next gen? Could this article be any more irrelevant/stupid? It's not hard to see that we're in fact moving to an age of entertainment on the go, or has the guy who wrote this article missed the fact that computers are getting smaller/more portable, while phones are progressively getting better for entertainment value ---> iphone, blackberry etc.
PSP2 is what I believe will be the first next gen handheld
how many times must i say it, leave them the **** alone
i would like to see handheld graphics run top of the line xbox original graphics at least without stuttering. then i would really be interested, until then i guess ill stick with consoles.
what sytems sell the most each week and month and are still last gen psp and ds. t5is guy is aidiot
I guess he means psp, because the ds is spanking the competition and has been for years. "i would like to see handheld graphics run top of the line xbox original graphics at least without stuttering." I wouldn't....these current systems haven't done anything in the way of interesting content from what i've seen, and bringing out another batch of the same thing would just alienate the real video game buyers. Every new system that has appeared since the psx has displayed disappointing software to say the least, and i haven't been excited about any games since the snes days really....i wonder what happened to those days?
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