tl;dr: just release the PSP2 at $199 and you win.
Is that simple.
Idc bout anything else, I already heard everything by the comment "PSP2 has PS3 graphics" ok thats good and all, but games will be pretty much in par with the N3DS and no amount of graphics will save the PSP2 vs the N3DS in sales... except the price.
N3DS is tagged at $250... thats pretty much a PS3, so while it is considered a good entry level price tag for new technology, what I have seen is the same BS of 3D bloat-ware games with the words 3-D next to them. Each time I see a game (or movie) with the 3D words in the title makes me wanna puke my breakfast.
Please. Stop. It.
Keep 3D as a label tag on the game or on the movie to let the user know, but don't embed it in the title because it proves to me that w/e im going to see lacks originality. You might feel different about this from me but it is my perspective.
nintendogs + cats
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked
Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition
Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D
Madden NFL Football
The Sims 3
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D
LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
Ridge Racer 3D
Dual Pen Sports
Super Monkey Ball 3D
Thor: God of Thunder
Samurai Warriors Chronicles
Dead or Alive Dimensions
Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Shadow Wars
Combat of Giants: Dinosaurs 3D
Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell 3D
Rabbids Travel in Time
Sony, if you release the PSP2 at a $300 price tag = Fail
$250 = Nice try, but 3DS will beat you once again
$199 = might have a good chance on winning this upcoming round.
Oh yea, you can release the specs info + images anytime you want, people will be amazed I bet, but in the end it comes to how you can reach your targeted audience and Nintendo has them by the balls. So apart from the insane graphics that challenges Infinity Blade on the iPhone/iPad and possible 3D capabilities with accelometer/gyroscope bs, what will you offer to convert the 200 million DS players to the PSP2?
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