Speculation has been running wild lately about a successor to Sony’s portable gaming platform, and today many of the rumors were laid to rest. Unfortunately, a few more questions were raised.
While not officially calling it ‘PSP 2’, the NGP or Next Generation Portable, was trotted out on a Tokyo stage with an army of developers and publishers backing it up.
Past the break, we’ll share the details as we know them.
Over the last month we’ve spent a lot of time catching up on titles we missed, taking notes, and debating the virtues of our favorite titles.
It all culminates in our annual list of worthy titles.
It’s hard enough to find a game sequel that is dramatically better than the original, and even more difficult to find a third installment that’s even better.
Maybe that’s why I was prepared for disappointment with Rock Band 3.
Hopeful? Yes, but I was also ready to be let down.
Fortunately, in all the ways that matter, Rock Band 3 is better than it’s predecessors, and if you’ll pardon the pun (if you play the game, you’ll understand) it delivers in Spades.
The Official Sony Blog is reporting that on Monday (October 18, 2010) Netflix video streaming on Playstation 3 will finally be diskless.
Time to gear up for Dead Space 2 with a prequel title.
Hey, the animated feature, motion comics, and other tie-ins worked for the first game, so why not?
Not to mention, the Dead Space universe is pretty cool.
Oh yeah, and there’s Trophies.
Just as we were finally believing Gran Turismo 5 was going to be something more than a shiny bauble for Sony and Polyphony Digital to drag out for E3, the word dropped on the Official Playstation Blog: