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Submitted by Kulupoo 1735d ago | opinion piece

PSP, Not quite dead yet

With the Nintendo DS dominating the market, the Sony PSP is not looking so good.
But the functionality of PSP are still amazing. (PSP)

N4GAddict  +   1735d ago
Peace Walker made sure it won't be.
xtremexx  +   1735d ago
True
Hideo Kojima comes to save the day!!!!!!!!

SUPER KOJIMA!!!!

POWER UP

Too Much?
N4GAddict  +   1735d ago
You can never have too much Kojima.
Poseidon  +   1735d ago
it only does resurrection
emk2004  +   1735d ago
very true
and with gow and the third birthday coming up i dont see it going away soon.
Elven6  +   1735d ago
How well has Peace Walker sold? I know it didn't chart in America on NPD. In the end it's all don't to software, I love my PSP though more than my DS. The DS has few titles that appeal to me but the PSP is my go to handheld device for almost anything.
Paradise Lost  +   1735d ago
I prefer the psp over the ds any day of the week.
T9X69  +   1735d ago
I saw a little kid in Gamestop last week who didn't think the PSP was dead. He was like 6-8 years old marching around Gamestop like Hitler with a PSP in his right hand screaming "P-S-P, YEA!". Funnest shit I've seen in Gamestop in a long time.
Kulupoo  +   1735d ago
Marcus!?!?
nickjkl  +   1735d ago
pssh forget the psp when is the ps2 going to die i thought it was going to die 10/28

but then this game this dam game

Pro Evolution Soccer 2011

comes up and revives it

its like developers want to be the last game ever made for the ps2
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Handhelds_FTW  +   1735d ago
PSP_FTW!
I personally haven't been this excited for upcoming PSP titles in a long time.

To me the PSP is far from dead.
Trroy  +   1735d ago
As far as I'm concerned, the PSP is the only worthy handheld on the market, and has been for years. The 3DS is the first handheld to draw my eye away, and even then I'm not so sure.
bunfighterii  +   1735d ago
I love my PSP.

Gran Turismo and Peace Walker FTW
Figboy  +   1735d ago
um,
the PSP has been on the market for over 5 years now.

it's lived a full life cycle, and if it dies now, it's nothing out of the ordinary.

it's had a successful run, and it did what many people thought was impossible: it managed to become a viable handheld in a market completely DOMINATED by Nintendo.

EVERY handheld that has come up against a Nintendo handheld has failed.

do you know what the highest selling competition next to the Game Boy line was?

the Game Gear at 8 million units sold.

you know how much the PSP has sold in it's life cycle? over 40 million units.

the Atari Lynx, Neo Geo Pocket, Wonder Swan, etc, etc, have barely scratched the 2 million unit mark, and people are still so quick to rain on the PSP, when it's been a fantastic success.

the piracy is horribly unfortunate, but that doesn't take away the fact that the PSP has done wonderfully as a handheld competitor to the Nintendo handhelds.

i personally think that any real fan of handhelds would have a DS AND a PSP. ironically, i don't have a DS (funds are too tight for me to pick one up sadly), but i'd love to get one one day. i think the DS and PSP compliment each other and offer one of the best lineups in handheld gaming together. they both accomplish things the other can not, and that's awesome.

developers have still been supporting the PSP with quality games, so that's always a good thing.

considering that this is Sony's first foray into the handheld market, i can see them not repeating the same mistakes with the PSP2. i imagine a more locked down system with a LOT of effort spent on cutting down on piracy. it's bound to happen eventually, but i think what they want to do is make it so it won't be hacked so quickly like the PSP was.

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