I love Vanillaware's games. It's as if they come from a world where polygons never really took hold, with the love, care and lust normally going into rendering dynamic lighting and self-shadowing textures being poured into c... read
Evening, 'toiders! Time for another episode of that pesky video game show you've all grown to hate but watch anyway on the off chance one of us accidentally farts on camera. I can't wait for that day.
In the meantime, I le... read
Following prior talk of SCE Studio Liverpool bringing on additional talent for a "high-profile, futuristic racing franchise," we're seeing more rumors, this time in the form of a domain.
WipEoutTrinity.com was registered by S... read
One of the biggest issues with the PlayStation Portable, especially when it comes to the PSPgo, was the tragic lack of availability for digital and UMD versions of games. We'd get one, or the other, and sometimes, if we were ... read
One of the earliest and most persistent rumors surrounding Sony's "Next Generation Portable" is that its power would be comparable to a PlayStation 3. Sony is wisely downplaying such claims now, making sure to let us know tha... read
Leading mobile game developer ngmoco has something to say about the next generation of dedicated gaming handhelds, and it's not pretty! According to boss man Neil Young, the NGP is going to fail hard.
"I think they are hurt; ... read
Guerrilla last graced the PlayStation Portable with Killzone: Liberation way back in 2006. Since then, the studio has focused on the PS3, but producer Steven ter Heide has stated that it may return to portable games with... read
Sony has revealed that the impressive specifications for its PSP successor could have been even more astounding if price wasn't an issue. The NGP apparently had a few more tricks up its sleeve, but they were nipped in the bud... read
Word on the street is that the dungeon-building Badman series will show up on NGP next. At least, we're led to believe such things after this goofy tweet by the Lord of Destruction himself. Seems like the next plausible step,... read
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[Editor’s note: We’re not just a (rad) news site -- we also publish opinions/editorials from our community & employees like this one, though be aware that they may not jibe with the opinions of Destructoid as ... read feature
SCE Cambridge Studio, the team behind Medievil and LittleBigPlanet PSP, are working on the portable version of Killzone. The shooter is heading to Sony's "Next Generation Portable" and is in "good hands", according to Guerril... read
Now this is how you get me excited for your handheld, Sony! Stop showing me conceptual trailers full of idiotic douchebags, and concentrate on the software. Good show!
This software lineup commercial reveals a wonderful amou... read
Famous author Arthur C. Clarke once said, "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Famous game developer David Jaffe once said, "New hardware is like new pussy." Truly, the spirit of Clarke is b... read
Good news everyone! We've just completed work on the latest episode of The Destructoid Show.
In this episode, our heroes discuss WTF the 411 on the PSP2, AKA the NGP is. OMG. If that's not portable Sony news for you, w... read
Sony has revealed that it considered aping the 3DS' visual gimmickry for its upcoming PSP successor, but decided against it because 3D should be a shared, family experience. Apparently eyestrain headaches love company.
GameStop has started to take preorders for the freshly revealed PSP successor, codenamed the Next Generation Portable. However, some people have gotten their panties in a bunch over the price estimate, which lists the console... read
In the dead of night, Sony lifted the lid on the long-awaited PSP successor, a system codenamed Next Generation Portable. In addition to this, it also revealed a cross-platform mobile gaming service, the PlayStation Suite.&nb... read feature
So the NGP has been announced, a successor to the PSP with quad-core, 3G, twin sticks, a touchpad, intense graphics and motion sensing. As we find ourselves drowning in specifications, only one question remains unanswered -- ... read
Even though this is being presented as a rumor, it seems so damn inevitable that it's almost worth running as a "Captain Obvious" post before it's even been confirmed. Nevertheless, rumblings suggest that Sony's new handheld ... read
Sony's "Next Generation Portable" will mark the end of the UMD format, with Sony ditching the discs for games stored flash-based memory cards.
According to the publisher, these cards can not only store a full game, but ... read
Sony showed a lot of both hardware and software at today's PlayStation Meeting 2011. So what games do we know of for the device? Live demonstrations of Uncharted and Hot Shots Golf were performed at the event, as we... read feature
Industry analyst Michael "Spider Pants" Pachter has gone out on a limb to suggest that the 3DS will win the next iteration of the handheld console war, destined as it is to outsell Sony's yet-to-be-announced PlayStation Porta... read
When Nintendo revealed that 3DS games would received a fairly significant graphical upgrade, it looked like the company was finally meeting some visual standards. However, the bar looks set to be raised even higher, with PSP2... read
It's time for your daily dose of PSP2 rumoring, with the latest details once again hyping the system's power, as well as hinting at the most requested feature of all -- twin analog sticks.
The bit making headlines is th... read
According to the omnipresent ANONYMOUS SOURCE, Sony is set to officially unveil the PlayStation Portable successor console on January 27. The long-rumored, practically-confirmed, might-as-well-not-be-kept secret PSP2 has been... read
Sony Computer Entertainment boss Kaz Hirai seems to realize that, despite the PSP2 not being announced, we all know it's a thing. In fact, he was quite open about the console in a New York Times interview, going so far as to ... read
Sony bringing its biggest franchises to handhelds? Shocking!The original LittleBigPlanet found itself a successful port on the PlayStation Portable, sure, so why not the game's sequel? There's one on the way, according to ret... read
Earlier in the week, industry analyst Michael "Sparkle Boy" Pachter claimed that the PSP2 would be "dead on arrival" just like he believes its predecessor was. In a remarkable U-turn, however, the fortune teller has... read
Sony is terrible at keeping secrets. Killzone 3, Resistance 3, the PS3 Slim, the PSPgo, Sony has no end of cats to let out of its bag, and rare is the time we are ever surprised. The PSP2 looks set to continue this trend, wit... read feature
Yet more fuel for the PSP2 rumor fire is yours today, with another graphical boast for the as-yet-unannounced system. According to the latest gossip, PSP2 games will look so good, they'll rival early PS3 games for visual impr... read