Sony Press Conference Catch-All

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Any expectations? I'm hoping for more information on the PSP Go.

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Highlights:

PS3

Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
MAG
Assassin's Creed 2
The Last Guardian (aka: Trico)
Final Fantasy XIII
Final Fantasy XIV - Online. Exclusive to PS3
God of War III
Mod Nation Racers - User-created content. Dubbed Little Big Kart in tinychat.

PSP

PSP Go - $250
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker

Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny - Kratos is an exclusive character!

**The majority of the PSP games were shown as one big montage without titles. If I missed anything important, I apologize.

Prototype Motion Controls

Entire Demo

I want to see MAG, and I want Fat Princess to release today.

I'm looking forward to seeing something on the PSP Go as well. So far with the PSP I have not found anything that would drive me to purchase one. LBP would prob do it for me though. The 12 year old in me loves that game.

Also known as the "We used to run this sh*t" Press Conference.

I'm excited about the PSP.. I've purchased both editions and desperately WANT it to click and have never found a single title that I played for more than 5 minutes.

Here we go

Jeanne D'Arc was the one title that sucked up a lot of my PSP time, otherwise, I've probably watched more TV Shows than played games on it..

I'm just hoping for something to wow me.

For those that can't watch video, Kotaku has a good streaming liveblog going on, Joystiq too.

*Legion* wrote:

I want to see MAG, and I want Fat Princess to release today. :)

FAT PRINCESS! WANT!

MAG looks ok so far I wonder what the final version will play like.

so did MAG seem like players versus AI instead of players versus players?

MAG looks really cool, but Its essentially a Battlefield game isn't it? I expect the next BF game will be pretty similar.

PSP Go = $249.99

No go for me. :/

Mystic Violet wrote:

PSP Go = $249.99

No go for me. :/

Oh balls. So much for cutting costs by dropping things like silly UMD drives and motors. If there was a touchscreen, I'd say the price is about right.

Did something happen to the chat room? I can't connect to it. I started another:

Edit

Nevermind

If they'd added dual analog, it might have started to pique some sort of interest. As it stands, I'm not interested.. So far so ho-hum..

Swat wrote:
Mystic Violet wrote:

PSP Go = $249.99

No go for me. :/

Oh balls. So much for cutting costs by dropping things like silly UMD drives and motors. If there was a touchscreen, I'd say the price is about right.

Yeah, I was a little excited about this but the price point is just not right.

$250 for PSP GO? Um, No. Thank you. $150 or no sale

larrymadill wrote:

$250 for PSP GO? Um, No. Thank you. $150 or no sale

Especially considering you can buy one of the second version models and homebrew it up for about half the price.

Six wrote:
Swat wrote:
Mystic Violet wrote:

PSP Go = $249.99

No go for me. :/

Oh balls. So much for cutting costs by dropping things like silly UMD drives and motors. If there was a touchscreen, I'd say the price is about right.

Yeah, I was a little excited about this but the price point is just not right.

Absolutely correct: too expensive, which is a shame since I've started to get interested in acquiring a PSP lately. Oh well, not for a long while, anyway.

larrymadill wrote:

$250 for PSP GO? Um, No. Thank you. $150 or no sale

Allow me to be first to coin a phrase:

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PSP-No-Go
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Thanks, I'll be here all week. Tip your waiters.

Six wrote:
Swat wrote:
Mystic Violet wrote:

PSP Go = $249.99

No go for me. :/

Oh balls. So much for cutting costs by dropping things like silly UMD drives and motors. If there was a touchscreen, I'd say the price is about right.

Yeah, I was a little excited about this but the price point is just not right.

Agreed, I wish the price was 150 or even 170 but 250 for the new PSP is way to expensive.

I officially hate Tinychat.

PSP. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

Jonman wrote:
larrymadill wrote:

$250 for PSP GO? Um, No. Thank you. $150 or no sale

Allow me to be first to coin a phrase:

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PSP-No-Go
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Thanks, I'll be here all week. Tip your waiters.

You heard it here first folks.

So how are they trying to pimp it out? I mean, they have to upsell this sucker right? Tell the public WHY they want it? Can it do any special tricks?

Sony still just doesn't get it.

Gumbie wrote:

Sony still just doesn't get it.

We'll get second jobs at McDonalds to afford the PSP-No-Go. It's that good.

Seriously, when can we break out the foam bats and start beating their execs? That would be fun.

So - I don't own a PSP, but I've heard that a lot of people who do don't really like it for playing games. Is the problem that the screen didn't flip up? If so, problem solved!

Gumbie wrote:

Sony still just doesn't get it.

QFT. $250 PSP Go is pretty outrageous.

Any word of a PS3 price drop?

Swat wrote:
Gumbie wrote:

Sony still just doesn't get it.

We'll get second jobs at McDonalds to afford the PSP-No-Go. It's that good.

Seriously, when can we break out the foam bats and start beating their execs? That would be fun.

I think that once people don't buy the Go, that'd be a good translation of that metaphor..

I'm confused.

Is the PSP GO more powerful under the hood? Obviously there's aesthetic changes + no UMD's, but are the guts stronger than the original PSP? Too weird.

The original PSP is over 4 years old now and if Sony wanted to introduce the true sequel handheld to it, I could at least understand the $250 price tag.

Am I correct in thinking that they just gave the handheld a cosmetic makeover and sent it out the door at $250?

Swat wrote:

Seriously, when can we break out the foam bats and start beating their execs? That would be fun.

Wait, why foam?

FFVII Through PSN today, there's a big winner for their bottom line..

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