I just hope the media won't forget who originally created that concept. The media might even make such that the PSP is the first ever handheld gaming device. *sigh* the price of ignorance...
may nabasa ako sa www.pspinsider.com na article tungkol sa possibility na yung PSP version bundled sa PS2 version game. yung save game sa PSP pwedeng ituloy sa PS2.
I heard about Sony pushing thru with this idea.. well sabi nga ni jromz03, i sincerely hope they don'tforget the pioneer.
Not your typical wannabe feeling PR mouthpiece
Hahaha.. hope so... pero kung mas maganda yung gagawin ng sony matatabunan din yan.
Well sony has a chance to introduce connectivity to its systems much more better kais nakita na nila yung ibang ideas na ginawa for the nintendo systems so they have the basic idea kung ano maganda and ano panget na connectivity features... still kung mas maganda man lumabas for sony... nintendo is still the pioneer...
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From The Magic Box:
whoa--81 developers? I guess this means that the PSP will have tons of games during its launch, which will certainly make gamers very happy. 8)Sony revealed new details on PlayStation Portable at the Game Developers Conference. A total of 81 developers are working on new PSP titles: 23 in North America, 24 in Japan and 34 in Europe. Backbone Entertainment has revealed its first PSP title called Death, Jr., an action platformer exclusive for PSP, which has a setting similar to Spyro the Dragon.
Backbone Entertainment claimed that PSP apparently is easier to develop, and has more built-in effects than the PS2. The PSP also supports 802.11b wireless LAN, it will be able to connect with the PS2, as well as other digital media.
i wish they will include the wireless 801.1 b connectivity to the final specs of PSP
First probable actual screens of a PSP game are up at The Magic Box & GameSpot--the game is "Death Jr." by Digital Eclipse/Backbone Entertainment. The screens, labelled a "prototype build", look very good for a portable game. 8)
Check out the screenshots here.
full 3d with nice textures. hopefully the framerate is smooth.
but, why is it shown on a TV?