Game Podunk Blogger, Setaimx writes, "Nintendo proved that interesting concepts win out over superior graphics, and yet Sony seems intent on staying the course with it's superior graphics and multi-use functions, although this time, they're borrowing from Nintendo's playbook and implementing touch control. At this point, it might sound like I'm against the PSP, but let me assure you that I most certainly am not. I own a PSP and love it for what it does, but I'm not blind to it's shortcomings. When it comes down to it, the DS had the bigger and better library because it had a wider variety of amazing titles that appealed to everyone. It was user-friendly, and something that appealed to older people alike with it's touch-screen based design..."