Sony PSP 2 Rumors: Top 10 Explored

With the Nintendo 3DS now firmly on track for a Q1 2011 release and Apple's iPhone/iPad tag team carving up the casual and touchscreen gaming markets, there's no idea too far out of the box to be worth considering if Sony's to retake its position as the hardware champ in the handheld race. Here's T3's ten picks of what to expect (or in some cases, almost certainly not to expect) from the next-generation PlayStation Portable.

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frankymv3288d ago

Just freakin reveal already sony

HolyOrangeCows3288d ago (Edited 3288d ago )

It isn't even officially announced. But the Mortal Kombat developer accidentally spilled the beans that they already have one in studio.

ThanatosDMC3288d ago

If it has high specs as people are thinking, im expecting it to be $300. Start saving now.

Blacktric3288d ago (Edited 3288d ago )

Someone who's afraid of the possibility that PSP2 might dominate the handheld market maybe?

jony_dols3288d ago (Edited 3288d ago )

3DS & Ipad (gamer) fanboys,
i'll assume.

Stealth20k3288d ago

nintendo has been the handheld king for 20 years........

the 3ds ensures it will for another 7-10

RealityCheck3288d ago (Edited 3288d ago )

I agree with Stealth20k. While personally the PSP\Sony has more games to suit my taste, there is no way the PSP2 can beat the 3DS (salewise). All Nintendo needs is to release Mario Kart 3D, Zelda and some new Pokemon game, case closed.

The only thing that could slow the 3DS would be for the units to have an RROD-like flaw and be proven to damage eyesights... and even then it would probably still win its handheld generation.

Sony's only achievable goal is to try to match the original PSP sales and maybe try to improve on them.

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Stealth20k3288d ago

Pretty good article from someone with a brain

Shackdaddy8363288d ago

I kinda hope its not controlled with touch screen. I like buttons...

If the PSP2 has two analogue sticks then Im buyin it. The reason why I didnt care for the first PSP too much was cus it only had one analog and it just felt weird playing some otherwise good games.

jony_dols3288d ago (Edited 3288d ago )

Sales doesn't equal a better device.

When did the original DS ever pump out games of the same standard of Ghost of Sparta or MGS PeaceWalker?

I'm not a PSP fanboy, I just appreciate good games and quality hardware

My PSP is 6 years old, has an in-built web browser and wifi, remote play, media player, proper online multiplayer on top of an impressive library of games. Now think of your phone from 2004, did it have any of those features? It was at least 2 years ahead of its time....

I just want to see how impressive the new PSP's hardware and game line up will be.

blumatt3288d ago (Edited 3288d ago )

is sold as two SKUs, one with phone capability/3G (for online) and one without phone capability (but still 3G). (With a standard 3G antenna and paid 3G subscription, it would allow for online play/remote play from anywhere in the world.) Thus, it would be sold kinda like the iPhone/iTouch. The PSP2 being a phone would be a huge trump card over the 3DS and would help compete against the Windows Phone 7.

Bounkass3288d ago

Another Top 10... Just another day at the office...

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