IGN psp and find out the real battery life details rather than the 90min horror stories you have been spouting out.
Every console sells truck loads in it's first month, it's 6 months later where you can see it's true success.
> Whitestripes DX wrote:
> "umm, no"
> Quality debate as usual, try broadening your horizons and visiting
> the websites of grown ups who can actually afford them, and you will
> find out it is 'ummm yes'.
> The owner of the import shop I visit is so impressed by Ridge Racers
> he's offering £400 plus to anybody who can get him one before
> christmas, lol. eBay prices have gone ridiculous. Personally, I can
Hi, try understanding what is being said before you open your big mouth.
Kind regards, WS DX
Just to give you a hand, I was responding to the charge points on planes.
ne way, i was'nt trying to say either of the handhelds suck, just that you cant predict a game consoles/handhelds future on early sales, a large chunck of the market buy at christmas or upon game realeases.
Thanks to that Gameboy thing.
The fact that Sony are currently the leading name in gaming and Nintendo aren't nearly as big as Sony (sales wise) shows that they're completely different circumstances.
> the Sega Saturn out sold the Playstation at their launches.
What's that??? A popular brand console outsold a console that hadn't developed a brand yet. Shock.
I mean you are right, everyones heard of Nintendo DS's but no one has heard of this "playstation" thing.
> That is nice for you what I am trying to say is though, products
> today are expected to have these features peoples expectations and
> demands have change and if you don't move with the times then you get
> left behind (GC and DS).
What??? MP3 players and video playback on phones have really struggled to take off. The N-GAGE and the Nokia 3300 are Game-Phone or MP3-Phone hybrids and they flopped.
The fact is the world is obsessed with the I-Pod and I can't imagine a PSP with its small, shoddy MP3 addition will change that.
I also can't see the PSP FINALLY launching handheld TV/film watching...
Handheld TV's and mini-DVD players have existed for years and have never taken off.
What will sell the PSP is the games.
To be honest I don't want either the PSP or the DS. I'm happy with my nice, simple Gameboy Advance SP.