Discussion in 'Video Games and Technology' started by Trailbreaker77, Aug 20, 2008.
This is what Sony has annouced so far.
160GB PS3 for Europe
So has Sony stopped making ANY PS3 with any kind of backwards compatibility?
yup...and what i think is that they'll add it back on when the PS2 finally dies out. This way they can sell more PS2s while the time being
lol...i still cant believe they're still making UMD movies.
PSP 3000 is a let down. a BIG let down.
Were you expecting it to shoot fireworks up your butt or something? I can't see what's disappointing about a simple hardware iteration.
wait, there's a version of everyday shooter for psp?!
Is that too much to ask? Really?
I knew better than to expect a second analog nub. It would alienate a shitload of PSP and PSP2k users, but still, I was just hoping.
i am extremely happy with my PSP2K.
A new PSP that looks EXACTLY like the first two versions, only with a microphone?
It's the same damn thing again, only with added features that no one seems to give a rat's ass about. Hell, I got rid of my PSP almost two years ago just to get a DS Lite and Wii for Christmas. And I haven't regretted it since.
Though I have heard you can download PSP games from the Playstation Network onto a PS3 and play them on that beast of a system. Is it true? And if so, is Mega Man Powered Up or Mega Man Maverick Hunter X downloadable? Those, along with Grand Theft Auto Liberty City Stories were the only PSP games that I actually liked.
Answer to your question and what I think:
Yes, useless features ftw!
Gonna upgrade when this hits for sure.
As tempting as getting a upgraded PSP is, I can't remember the last time I played mine
i can't see any difference, apart from the colours on the bottom one look better.
Improved screen, less glare, more colours.
i'd have to see one in person... when i put my two together the slim looks way brighter, its hard to imagine it even brighter than that!
Like having lasers shot right in to your eye!
doesn't sound fun!
I love strawberries!!
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