As expected, Sony has revealed the successor to the PlayStation Portable this morning
The device is currently codenamed the NGP, or 'Next Generation Portable'. According to the platform holder, the NGP has been designed around five core pillars: user interface, social connectivity, location-based entertainment, converging real and virtual gameplay, and PlayStation Suite connectivity. PlayStation..
French website 01
net</a> report that the PSP2 could be technically comparable to Apple's next generation iPhone and iPad devices. As the rumours grow in the build-up to Thursday, the site claims to have got its hands on a development unit of the PSP2 (and subsequently the specs). We've included all the technical gubbins after the jump. Perhaps most interestingly the site notes that the PSP2..
There's an elaborate hoax doing the rounds
Some big publications are posting up grainy shots of what they claim "could be" the PSP2. Never ones to miss out on a hit mongering story, we've decided to jump on the bandwagon and share our opinion on the matter. This is not the PSP2. For starters it looks like a carbon copy of the Xperia Play phone, and the logo is far too rubbish to be real..
Sony's pinned a 3PM JST start time on this Thursday's PlayStation Meeting in Tokyo
Convert times as appropriate, but that makes it 6AM GMT here in the UK. Don't expect news to trickle out immediately though. We imagine it will take an hour or so before the good stuff hits the 'net. The event's like to see the unveiling of the PSP2 at long last. We imagine it might be a good idea for you to keep an..
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