Gamespot writes: "We get on hands on a demo of Nathan Drake's Next Generation Portable adventure; touching and tapping ensue."
Wow it really does look amazing. Trying to use the touch screen + touchpad for a chase scene seems like it would be difficult.
The graphics are incredible. This is the new king of portable gaming. I just wish it wasn't so far off from being released, because by the time this is out, there will be another mobile or portable graphics contender to deal with. Technology moves so damn fast these days. I hope they keep a lot of their gaming secrets under wraps until E3, because revealing too much without having much of a backup lineup ends up wearing away at the excitement level after a while.
at the end of the video is. It's almost like using a Playstation Move.
Who the hell is talking in that video? That is quite possibly the most annoying voice i've ever heard. On topic. Game looks awesome. "Other than that, the game looks like Uncharted on the PS3 which isn't too shabby for a first-generation showcase of the NGP's power." LOL, isn't too shabby?? Uncharted: Drake's Fortune still holds it's own against the majority of the most recent TPS games.
lol at the translator wannabe.
Wow, what a surprise...
PSP2 should be in Theory greater than PS3 performance wise. Guys technology has moved on so fast since the PS3 was released, on top of that the console is really 6 years old now considering the Cell and RSX was ready in 2005 Most impressed I've been with Sony in years.
i hope we can play with just buttons.
You can.It's been confirmed.
The lady in this video seriously needs to be B**** slapped! SHUT THE F*** UP LADY! Otherwise this would have been the most awesome video so far for the NGP.
man i dont like alll that touch screen bs... makes the game slower. Also, wouldnt of u guys liked the buttons below the right stick.?
You can use sticks and buttons.
First HD-Pictures ;) http://n4g.com/news/688308/...
AMAZING DAY! Day one for me, by far the best portible device.
I need to get a NGP day one if this comes out same time.
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