We preview actual games for PlayStation's Next Generation Portable Vita, including Uncharted, Wipeout, and more!
We already talked about how PlayStation's Next Generation Portable would be called the Vita, but now we've got previews of the actual games. Nick Chester checked out some demo hardware and went hands on with a bunch of games including Uncharted, Wipeout, and more. We'll definitely have a lot more info next week at E3!
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http://www.destructoid.com/first-impressions-sony-s-ngp-and-our-coverage-round-up-202662.phtml Having played all of these games, that means I've spent a fair amount of time with the NGP. With that said, what I used was not final hardware, but development units. We were told that while the units function, look, and feel like what will hit retail, there will be some minor differences. (Nick Chester)
http://www.destructoid.com/3ds-update-on-june-6-adds-browser-store-and-pokedex-3d-202641.phtml My 3DS systems are like lifeless little boxes that sometimes get booted up to play an old DS game on a different screen. I've been sequencing songs in Korg M01 for awhile now on my 3DS because there's nothing else to do on it. Hopefully that ends on June 6th. (Dale North)
http://www.destructoid.com/angry-xbox-live-user-sends-swat-team-to-enemy-s-house-202653.phtml Be wary of who you provoke on Xbox Live, because they're not all greasy, socially maladjusted scumbags. Some of them are greasy, socially maladjusted scumbags who will find your home address and send a SWAT team to raid it. (Jim Sterling)
http://www.destructoid.com/playstation-store-is-back-with-a-stampede-of-updates-202607.phtml Good news: The PlayStation Store is back online in North America! Bad news: There's so much new content that was put out all at once that it's simply overwhelming. Not saying it's bad news for the consumer, but it's just a shame that all these games are basically trampling over each other for proper exposure. (Hamza Aziz)
http://www.destructoid.com/adorable-and-adoptable-puppies-make-our-e3-predictions-201696.phtml With the help of the extraordinary people at the Burbank Animal Shelter, I decided to visit one of the most celebrated shelters in Los Angeles and have all the puppies (and a few other surprise animals!) make our E3 2011 predictions. (Chad Concelmo)