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"PSP" , posted Sat 18 Sep 14:13post reply


sony will show 100 PSP titles in TGS!
20 playable!
nice!
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"Re(1):PSP" , posted Sat 18 Sep 15:21post reply


It definetly sounds more interesting than the DS.

There isn´t a single DS game announced so far that appeals to me (most of them have that "portable" feel - colorful puzzles, the usual Nintendo games and so on), while the PSP already has SNK and Capcom fighting game support. Plus, the idea of playing PS2-level Ridge Racer and Gran Turismo on the road is certainly appealing.

The PSP sounds more like a powerful "console" that you can carry arround. That´s pretty cool.





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"Re(1):PSP" , posted Sat 18 Sep 16:19post reply


Yes, but are they original titles or just ports of current games. I can't imagine all 100 being original.






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"Re(2):PSP" , posted Sat 18 Sep 16:34post reply


quote:
Yes, but are they original titles or just ports of current games. I can't imagine all 100 being original.



That is true. I was also a bit bummed that the new MGS title (Metal Gear Acid) was more of a card-battle title than a traditional action game.

The PSP is probably going to end up like the Sega Nomad for me... too expensive to buy off the bat, but probably would be decent fun years later when it dramatically goes down in price. I'd like to buy it, but the price tag and the questionable battery life is keeping me from being commited to it.





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"Re(3):PSP" , posted Sat 18 Sep 17:51:post reply


quote:
That is true. I was also a bit bummed that the new MGS title (Metal Gear Acid) was more of a card-battle title than a traditional action game.

The PSP is probably going to end up like the Sega Nomad for me... too expensive to buy off the bat, but probably would be decent fun years later when it dramatically goes down in price. I'd like to buy it, but the price tag and the questionable battery life is keeping me from being commited to it.



So you didn´t want MGA to be something new.

And the battery life and price are only speculation. Even if the rumors were true, i´ll still take the large initial PSP line-up (with everything from RPGs to racing to fighting) over the DS line-up.





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"Re(4):PSP" , posted Sat 18 Sep 19:31post reply


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Even if the rumors were true, i´ll still take the large initial PSP line-up (with everything from RPGs to racing to fighting) over the DS line-up.



The only thing even moderately interesting to me in either lineup, apart from the dual-system Viewtiful Joe ["series"] is "New Super Mario Bros.". Seeing Castlevania on the DS list would have drawn me in if it wasn't sure to be ruined by IGA.

Quite frankly, I'm not all that fascinated by either system's announced games, though I'd lean towards the DS for the 1st party games right now.





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"Re(5):PSP" , posted Sat 18 Sep 19:45post reply


I'm really worried the PSP is going to be riddled with PS2 ports. Not only does that kill support for unique games, but the PSP only has the power of the PS1 when it comes to program code, which definetely isn't proportional to its graphical power which is close to the PS2.





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"Re(6):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 00:01post reply


On Pulse, a Video Game news Show on G4 Tech TV, they said that Capcom will have Viewtiful Joe and Devil May Cry on the PSP. Now the big question is will they be new PSP exclusive Devil May Cry and Viewtiful Joe Games or will they be handheld ports.





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"Re(5):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 02:46post reply


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The only thing even moderately interesting to me in either lineup, apart from the dual-system Viewtiful Joe ["series"] is "New Super Mario Bros.".

Oh, come on. Kimi Shine is worth the console for itself.
Plus Megaten DS and Gyakuten Saiban DS, even they are simple ports with a few bonusses... And no one is appealed by a portable original Seiken Densetsu ? And a new portable bokujo monogatari hasn't been released in ages.

I'm a huge Vampire Savior fan, I wouldn't mind buy it a 4th time, but I won't buy a new console, especially an expensive portable, just for it. And there isn't anything else appealing on PSP for me.





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"Re(6):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 10:13post reply


quote:
And there isn't anything else appealing on PSP for me.


ture for now!
wait until the TGS starts!
100 games atleast 10 will be A+ titles.
hopefuly not ports!





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"Re(7):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 10:34post reply


quote:
And there isn't anything else appealing on PSP for me.

ture for now!
wait until the TGS starts!
100 games atleast 10 will be A+ titles.
hopefuly not ports!



Yeah, here's hope'n. Most develpoers seem to take the 'port' in portable gaming far to seriously. I have to give a thumbs up to Nintendo for trying to be inovative with the DS, although I'm not sure it'll take off. Still, it forces developers to think out side the box for once. I'm very much afraid the PSP with just be a port system... not that I have the cash to buy either system...






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"Re(8):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 11:41:post reply


well in defense, i don't think the psp is TRYING to be a port system, but if you'd heard about how rushed psp developers are to get anything out the door at all, you'd see they don't have much choice. of course that's now our faults, and is still relatively dissapointing, but i'm still mostly leaning toward psp for an intelligent purchase. makes no sense to me that castlevania would be on ds though...

edit: that's NOT our faults





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"Re(9):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 13:53:post reply


IMO the DS is more interisting:
-well it do have new ideas
-microphone
-touch screen
-2 screens
the PSP:
normal handled (like GBA but with alot of power).
-EXPENSIVE games
-it will be for sure big (IT WON'T fit in your pocket!).

both have Online and LAN options which is good for both.
Assuming the games will cost more the puplishers will have to chosse between the PSP and PS2 (since they almost have the same power) and we know the PS2 have HUGE fanbase ?what was is 60million PS2 were sold? I am not sure how the puplishers will make good original games on the PSP.





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"Re(9):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 13:55post reply


quote:
well in defense, i don't think the psp is TRYING to be a port system, but if you'd heard about how rushed psp developers are to get anything out the door at all, you'd see they don't have much choice. of course that's now our faults, and is still relatively dissapointing, but i'm still mostly leaning toward psp for an intelligent purchase. makes no sense to me that castlevania would be on ds though...



Well, no system is ever trying to be a port system. I think the PSP has loads of promise (just like any system), it's just how other developers choose to use it. The safest best is the best bet to most of them. But, supply and demand I guess...






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"Re(4):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 15:59post reply


quote:
So you didn´t want MGA to be something new.




It's an odd mix... kind of like having a card-battle game for PSO. I'll still try it, of course.





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"Re(10):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 16:43:post reply


IMO the DS is more interisting:

-well it do have new ideas

It has a new idea, but just like psp is gonna have ports, ds is gonna have bs games where they just put a menu on the 2nd screen. it's the next nintendo portable after all, so people are just gonna slam whatever ideas they had before on this and just do some weak adaptaion to the ds probably. also, there's no way for this thing to last, i'll give it that it may have a short burst of truly inventive games, but it's either that then dies, or half ass games into eternity.

-microphone

don't care. and if you actually use this as a portable, i don't think many will. it's not an n-gage, talking into this thing on some bench somehwere will make you look 3 times as bad as totally sidetalkin.

-touch screen

this idea...i..don't know. it's dangerous. i don't like having to come in contact with the screen really, i dont want to have to worry about scratches and it being clean, and it's obviously going to break down at some point. i know the bottom screen is reinforced, but games like the sonic game cannot be good for it. then you have the metroid where you shoot by touching? i'm usually open minded, but not only does this have nothing to do with the spirit of metroid, it seems like a really clumsy set up. Simple Palm Pilot style features with the stylus are okay, but i really don't care about this gamewise i don't think, not yet anyway, i can think of a few things myself, but we'll see.

the PSP:

normal handheld

like i said, 2 screens doesn't necessarily mean GAME REVOLUTION, we'll have to see. Obviously the PSP is more powerful, because the ds divides power between the screens, so if "normal" means high profile, then i'm okay with that.

-EXPENSIVE games

not too much basis for this, new ps2 games range from 20 to 50 depending on various things, i don't see what would force this so high. umd isn't too huge anyway, and they're supposed to be releasing music and dvds on them, so why would they be more expensive, and why more expensive than ds which also uses discs? don't make things up.

-it will be for sure big (IT WON'T fit in your pocket!).

Again, what the hell are you talking about? it's about the same size and the DS i believe, in fact, probably thinner since it doesnt have the fold over screen. the screen takes up more of the handheld, they didn't make the machine bigger to hold the screen, things are just closer together to take more advantage of the size. Don't make things up.

Reminds me, PSP isn't particularly "normal" either. The only reason anyone should think the psp is going to be expensive is because of all the addons and ports it has all over it anyway, similar to the original vision for the ps2, this will be an entertainment machine, not a gameboy.





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"Re(2):Re(10):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 16:53post reply


quote:


the PSP:
-EXPENSIVE games
not too much basis for this, new ps2 games range from 20 to 50 depending on various things, i don't see what would force this so high. umd isn't too huge anyway, and they're supposed to be releasing music and dvds on them, so why would they be more expensive, and why more expensive than ds which also uses discs? don't make things up.




I said IMO so its what I think.
secondly i said the psp games will cost more, cuz the game will be in a HQ 3D mp3 sound ... what i mean it will be a console standard!
the DS will mostly be GBA standard 20-30 $
PSP will range from 20 - 50 $
again IMO...AS I THINK.





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"Re(3):Re(10):PSP" , posted Sun 19 Sep 17:56post reply


uh....huh





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"Well..." , posted Sun 19 Sep 20:41:post reply


"IMO" is overrated... IMO





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"Re(1):Well..." , posted Sun 19 Sep 21:08post reply


quote:
"IMO" is overrated... IMO


IMO is unblockable! LOOL





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"Re(2):Well..." , posted Sun 19 Sep 21:11post reply


i've trained myself to be able to pull off IMO 63% in tournaments! damn!





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"Re(3):Well..." , posted Sun 19 Sep 21:53post reply


these why i will buy a DS:
Viewtiful Joe™ series
Namco Limited New role-playing game (hopefuly tales)
Egg Monster Heroes
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicle series
Dragon Quest Monsters series
WarioWare, Inc. DS

I will get the PSP for SRW and I am hoping the TGS will make me much more interisted!





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"Re(1):PSP" , posted Mon 20 Sep 10:03post reply


Word is Namco is porting Soul Calibur the dreamcast versio to the DS, no official comfirmation yet. Why do these handheld arguments always turn ugly?

I'm for whichever one has Mr. Driller.

To quote Kojima:
"I like the DS as a devoloper but as a consumer I want a PSP."





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"Re(2):PSP" , posted Mon 20 Sep 13:55post reply


quote:
Word is Namco is porting Soul Calibur the dreamcast versio to the DS, no official comfirmation yet. Why do these handheld arguments always turn ugly?

I'm for whichever one has Mr. Driller.

To quote Kojima:
"I like the DS as a devoloper but as a consumer I want a PSP."


the DS = the power of N64 game at best...? Soul Calibur will look like shit on DS.
wouldn't it?





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"Re(3):PSP" , posted Mon 20 Sep 14:21post reply


quote:

the DS = the power of N64 game at best...? Soul Calibur will look like shit on DS.
wouldn't it?



You'd think. Quiter linked the rumor today. I guess with the compression and the smaller screen it could look ok.





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"Re(3):PSP" , posted Mon 20 Sep 14:31post reply


quote:
Word is Namco is porting Soul Calibur the dreamcast versio to the DS, no official comfirmation yet. Why do these handheld arguments always turn ugly?

I'm for whichever one has Mr. Driller.

To quote Kojima:
"I like the DS as a devoloper but as a consumer I want a PSP."

the DS = the power of N64 game at best...? Soul Calibur will look like shit on DS.
wouldn't it?



If they tweaked it they could probably make it look ok since the smaller screen would allow them to mask stuff that would be more noticable on a big screen.

I'm a little more interested in the PSP at this point since the whole dual screen gimmick sounds dumb and I think Nintendo has gotten lazy with no competition regarding their portible games. However I have to admit I'm very curious about the Surgeon game and the other Atlus fair. I'm scared that with both consoles the neat games are going to get passed up and we'll be left with tons of worthless PS and N64 ports.






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"Re(4):PSP" , posted Tue 21 Sep 10:14:post reply


taken from JF:
Aquaplus

titre non annoncé (Aventure)

Arika

Techniccute - titre non-définitif- (Musical)
TGM-K - titre non-définitif - (Puzzle)

Atari Japan

titre non annoncé (Action-aventure)
titre non annoncé (Action-course)
titre non annoncé (Simulation automobile)

Atlus

Ex Jinsei Game - titre non définitif - (Jeu de plateau)
Princess Crown - titre non définitif - (Action-RPG)
Touge Max - titre non définitif - (Course automobile)

Bandai

Dragon Ball Z - titre non définitif - (genre non annoncé)
Fafner - titre non définitif - (Action)
Lunmines (Genre non annoncé)
Mobile Suit Gundam - titre non définitif - (Genre non annoncé)
Naruto - titre non définitif - (Genre non annoncé)
One Piece - titre non définitif - (Genre non annoncé)
Patlabor - titre non définitif - (Genre non annoncé)
The Legend of Heroes : Gagarv Trilogy White Witch (RPG)

Banpresto

Super Robot Wars - titre non définitif - (Genre non annoncé)

Capcom

Devil May Cry Séries (Action)
Vampire Chronicle : The Chaos Tower (Combat)
Viewtiful Joe Séries (Action)

CyberFront

Kollon (Puzzle Action)

D3 Publisher

Titre non annoncé (Puzzle Action)

Dorasu

DoraSlot Super Hanahana-30 (Pachislot)
DroaSlot 2 - Shuyaku wa Zenigata (Pachislot)

Electronic Arts

Need for Speed Underground Rivals - titre non définitif - (Course automobile)
Tiger Woods PGA Tour - titre non définitif - (Golf)

From Software

Armored Core Formula Front (Action)
King's Field - titre non définitif - (RPG)
Titre non dévoilé (Aventure)
Tenchu - titre non définitif - (Action-aventure)

Genki

Shutoku Battle - titre non définitif - (Course automobile)

Global A Entertainment

Insect - titre non définitif (Simulation)

Hudson Soft

Bomberman Séries - titre non définitif - (Action)
Far East of Eden Séries - titre non définitif (RPG)
Rengoku : The Tower of Purgatory (Action-RPG)

Idea Factory

Shintenmakai - titre non définitif - (RPG)

Imagineer

Educational Game (Educatif)

KOEI

Dynasty Warriors - titre non définitif - (Action)
Mahjong - titre non définitif - Mahjong
Romance of the Three Kingdoms - titre non définitif - (Stratégie)

Konami

Metal Gear Acid (Action/Stratégie)
Powerful Pro Yakyu Séries (Baseball)
Winning Eleven Séries (Football)
Titre non annonce (FPS Horreur)
MahjongFight Club (Mahjong)
Ys - The Ark of Napishtim (RPG)
Titre non annoncé (RPG)

Mainichi

Todai Shogi Portable (Echecs)

Marvelous

AI Séries : Go (Go)
AI Séries : Mahjong (Mahjong)
AI Séries : Shogi (Echecs)

Media Works

Kino's Journey, the beautiful world (Aventure)

MTO

Angel Collection - titre non définitif - (Habillage)
Puzzle Game - titre non définitif - (Puzzle)

Namco

Kotoba no Puzzle, Mojipittan Daijiten (Puzzle)
Namco Museum - titre non définitif - (Compilation old school)
NewRidge Racer - titre non définitif - (Course automobile)
Taiko no Tatsujin - titre non définitif - (Musical)
Tales of Eternia - titre non définitif - (RPG)

Nippon Ichi

Makai Wars - titre non définitif - (RPG)

Now Production

Higanjima - titre non définitif - (RPG)
Licence of Intelligence - titre non définitif - (Puzzle)

Ongakukan

Mobile Train Simulator ! Densha de Go - titre non définitif - (Simulation de train)

Sammy

Jissen PachiSlot (Pachislot)

Sega

Project S - titre non définitif - (genre non annoncé)
Puyo Puyo Fever (Puzzle)

SNK Playmore

KOF - titre non définitif - (combat)

Sony

Ape Escape (Action-aventure)
Derby Time (Simulation)
Dokodemo Issho (Inclassable)
GAMES - titre non définitif - (Inclassable)
Ghost in the Shell Stand Alone Complex (FPS)
Gran Turismo 4 Mobile - titre non définitif - (Simulation automobile)
Hot Shots Golf (Golf)
Karaoke - titre non définitif - (Karaoke)
MMORPG - titre non définitif - (MMORPG)
Piposaru Akademy (Inclassable)
Popolocrois (RPG)
Novel - titre non définitif - (aventure)
Red Line - titre non définitif - (Inclassable)
Titre non annoncé (RPG)
Talkman (Divertissement)
Ten no Kagi, Chi no Mon (Action-aventure)

Spike

RS Revolution - titre non définitif - (Course Moto)

Square Enix

Titre non annoncé (Genre non annoncé)

Success

Mahjong Mate (Jeu de plateau)
Titre non annoncé (Jeu de plateau)

Sunrise

Titre non annoncé (Simulation)

Taito

Puzzle Bobble Pocket (Puzzle)
Space Invader Pocket (Tir)

Takuyo

An avaricious empusa! (Aventure)
PlusPlumb 2 Again (Puzzle)

Tecmo

Dokodemo Rakusho, Pachislot Sengen (Pachislot)
Karakuri - titre non définitif - (Genre non annoncé)
Tecmo My Generation - titre non définitif - (Variétés)

Tomy

Titre non annoncé (Action)

Workjam

Detective Adventure Jinguji (Aventure)

X-Nauts

Sengoku Cannon (Tir)

Yamasa

Yamasa DigiPortable (Pachislot)

Yuke's

Pro Wrestling - titre non définitif - (Catch)


still only SRW is the only reason for me to think about the PSP.if (which i doubt) DMC and VJ are original ass kicking titles NOT PORTS!





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"PSP Hands-On (and new pics)" , posted Tue 21 Sep 10:49:post reply


http://psp.ign.com/articles/549/549978p1.html

Game Package:

http://psp.ign.com/articles/549/549975p1.html





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"More PSP pics" , posted Tue 21 Sep 17:47post reply


http://www.watch.impress.co.jp/game/docs/20040921/scej1.htm