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Sony announces new PSP

Sony announces new PSP

Sony has unveiled the latest addition to the PSP line, the NGP - or Next Gen Portable.

Sony has unveiled a new handheld game console, which it has currently codenamed as the NGP - or, Next Generation Portable.

The NGP will introduce new several new features to Sony's handheld line-up, including a new 5-inch OLED, multi-touch screen and dual analog sticks to help improve usability.

The NGP will also feature two cameras - one on the rear, one on the front - and a second multi-touch surface on the rear of the chassis. WiFi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity are included too, as well as built-in GPS and WiFi location service support.

Techwise, Sony reckons that the NGP's quad core CPU (an ARM Cortex A9) and new graphics chip (a SGX543MP4+) will allow it to create PS3-quality experiences on the 960x544 resolution screen. The PS3-like experience will be supported by a six-axis motion sensor (three-axis gyroscope, three-axis accelerometer). There's also a three-axis compass.

Eurogamer sources claim a battery life of 4-5 hours.

The physical dimensions of the NGP are 182x18.6x83.5mm according to Sony, which also confirms that the NGP will not feature a UMD drive. Instead, the NGP will introduce a new game medium - small flash memory cards dedicated solely for NGP games. Each card will have space to store extra content and all savegame data on it too.

Sony has also announced a new Android app today, the PS Suite, which will 'closely coordinate' with the NGP so that games released on Android can then be played on the NGP too.

Sony hasn't given an official price for the NGP yet - though industry analysts EEDAR reckon a $299 - $349 bracket - but has confirmed that it will be on shelves in time for Christmas 2011.

Let us know your thoughts in the forum.

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mi1ez 27th January 2011, 11:48 Quote
ANOTHER new storage format?

Lucky i couldn't give a monkey's...
eddtox 27th January 2011, 12:11 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by mi1ez
ANOTHER new storage format?

Lucky i couldn't give a monkey's...

QFT

Why can't sony just stfu and stop cramming crappy formats down our throats.

Other than that it looks fairly interesting, although I'm not sure I care very much.
Jamie 27th January 2011, 12:15 Quote
Nice to see dual analogue sticks but I think the success of a handheld is made by the games on the platform rather than the platform itself.
Baz 27th January 2011, 12:36 Quote
Mobile gaming has moved to mobile phones now. A dedicated hand held gaming console is just another piece of tech to cart around with you.
chrismarkham1982 27th January 2011, 12:41 Quote
do they really expect 4-5 hours of battery life with all the gizmo's theyve put on it? or is that 4-5 hours in standy and here's a portable generator if you want to use it? (small print generator will cost extra)
Stewb 27th January 2011, 12:42 Quote
Anyone else thinking that in normal use your fingers would go where the rear touchscreen is?
wuyanxu 27th January 2011, 12:49 Quote
the original PSP gives me cramps when try to use its joystick with shoulder buttons..... this one looks to give me two hand cramps.

3G data, so why not put a phone software on it and call it PSPhone? why does it have to be a gaming device when all people want is a pocket device that does everything.
Yemerich 27th January 2011, 12:51 Quote
I am still trying to figure what is good for a rear touchscreen... Can anyone enlighten me?
memeroot 27th January 2011, 12:54 Quote
I just dont seem to see the point in this....

goes back to angry birds
batfink 27th January 2011, 12:55 Quote
Who gives a monkey about the hardware. WHERE ARE THE GAMES?
Centy-face 27th January 2011, 13:39 Quote
It looks interesting and looks like it could be good competition for the 3DS but that will entirely depend on price. Is it backwards compatible with PSP go downloads that might just be the sway for some. At this point I don't know I mean it looks like it could be good but if I was spending nearly 200 quid on a portable device what would convince me to get this over a smart phone?
Aracos 27th January 2011, 13:55 Quote
This makes me very sad, unfortunately I'm not excited, the prospects are good apart from the terrible battery life, the original DS had 10 hours didn't it? 4-5 which I imagine is their "no audio, minimum brightness" estimate is pretty poor and not very good for what portable consoles are for, on the move gaming. But worst of all batfink says it all, where are the games?! We had a list of 3DS titles at announcement but nothing this announcement?

EDIT: Nvm, just had to look myself http://www.techtree.com/India/News/PSP2NGP_Game_Line-up_Announced/551-114289-585.html
Nothing of interest there then, suddenly don't care :(
_Metal_Guitar_ 27th January 2011, 14:58 Quote
This seems pretty crazy to me, surely sony should have just put more effort/tech into their PSP phone...less money overall for a customer to pay, truly multi-purpose device. Sony have a product that everyone wants, plus if they are invested enough in the product maybe they will actually updgrade the android side of the device, then they win brownie points back from the android community. Win win.
Repo 27th January 2011, 15:11 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by mi1ez
ANOTHER new storage format?

Lucky i couldn't give a monkey's...

Yup, we'll just have the fake MS Pro Duo at mental prices farce all over again.
Aracos 27th January 2011, 15:28 Quote
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Originally Posted by Repo
Quote:
Originally Posted by mi1ez
ANOTHER new storage format?

Lucky i couldn't give a monkey's...

Yup, we'll just have the fake MS Pro Duo at mental prices farce all over again.

I may have a bad understanding but won't it just be like every other handheld gaming device (minus the UMD) that has had a new form of cartridge? I don't see the problem with that, infact I come to expect it now.
Bindibadgi 27th January 2011, 15:34 Quote
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Originally Posted by storm20200
Quote:
Originally Posted by Repo
Quote:
Originally Posted by mi1ez
ANOTHER new storage format?

Lucky i couldn't give a monkey's...

Yup, we'll just have the fake MS Pro Duo at mental prices farce all over again.

I may have a bad understanding but won't it just be like every other handheld gaming device (minus the UMD) that has had a new form of cartridge? I don't see the problem with that, infact I come to expect it now.

This. It'll a propitiatory format locked to the NGP to try to (attempt to) stop piracy. It's no different from the NES, SNES, Gameboy, DS, cartridges people bought.
<A88> 27th January 2011, 18:00 Quote
Seriously, a 220dpi OLED screen and quad core CPU?! Give this an affordable price tag and, obviously, some top notch titles and it'll be a lot harder to say 'no' to the PSP world than it usd to be.
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Originally Posted by Baz
Mobile gaming has moved to mobile phones now. A dedicated hand held gaming console is just another piece of tech to cart around with you.

I think mobile phone gaming has meant that more people are now able to take a high quality gaming device around with them all the time now and naturally means it eats away at the stronghold that the PSP and DS used to have over the market, but I don't honestly think that iOS or Android have persuaded too many portable console owners to give up their devices yet; I enjoy the odd game on my Pre/iPad/Zune HD but none of them really offer the longevity that dedicated platforms seem to accomplish.

Either way though, the ubiquity of mobile gaming has made Sony and Nintendo up their game considerably so that they now have to go all out to offer a USP on their next gen devices (3D, super-awesome power, dual cameras, rear touch-pad) and at risk of sounding like an utter cliché, competition really has done the customer proud in this case.

That said though, credit must go to Sony for realising the potential in Android as a gaming platform and creating a more open-ended solution to it. With Apple making inroads with Game Centre (despite it being pretty cruddy for now) and Microsoft shipping Xbox Live equipped smartphones through 3rd parties it almost seems like a perfect fit for Sony to adopt a platform that hasn't been a runaway success on the gaming side and exploiting its potential.
Fordy 27th January 2011, 18:34 Quote
SD card games?

Sounds a bit easy to pirate to me.

Not that I'm bothered anyway, if I want to game on the go, I'll just use my Motorola Atrix (perhaps with Sony's new app).
Azayles 27th January 2011, 18:58 Quote
Great, a new storage format. So what do we do with all the games we have in UMD format?
murraynt 27th January 2011, 19:43 Quote
I can't see this being out in the next 11 months.
Repo 27th January 2011, 19:57 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by storm20200
I may have a bad understanding but won't it just be like every other handheld gaming device (minus the UMD) that has had a new form of cartridge? I don't see the problem with that, infact I come to expect it now.
There seems to be two slots, I would assume at least one will support cards that you can write to. If they are both for this new format then it's just Sony extracting the weewee again. There's really no need for yet another rewritable flash memory card format; it's purely about wringing as much money out of the consumer as possible and nothing else.
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Originally Posted by Azayles
Great, a new storage format. So what do we do with all the games we have in UMD format?
You have to buy them again, such is Sony...

We arn't 100% sure yet that all/any of the PSP games will be compatible. I would assume that some will be but definately not all.
Sloth 27th January 2011, 20:00 Quote
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Originally Posted by Azayles
Great, a new storage format. So what do we do with all the games we have in UMD format?
Quote:
Originally Posted by Repo
There seems to be two slots, I would assume at least one will support cards that you can write to. If they are both for this new format then it's just Sony extracting the weewee again. There's really no need for yet another rewritable flash memory card format; it's purely about wringing as much money out of the consumer as possible and nothing else.


You have to buy them again, such is Sony...

We arn't 100% sure yet that all/any of the PSP games will be compatible. I would assume that some will be but definately not all.
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Originally Posted by Bindibadgi
This. It'll a propitiatory format locked to the NGP to try to (attempt to) stop piracy. It's no different from the NES, SNES, Gameboy, DS, cartridges people bought.
^^Right there.

Welcome to console and handheld gaming, ladies and gentlemen. If backwards incompatability surprises you then I highly suggest finding a new hobby.
Redbeaver 27th January 2011, 20:02 Quote
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Originally Posted by Baz
Mobile gaming has moved to mobile phones now. A dedicated hand held gaming console is just another piece of tech to cart around with you.

i digress. a mobile gaming device is a portable console. mobile phones that can play games is still nowhere near the fun-factor of glass-free 3D loads of gaming option or multi-touch screen gaming device with graphics that is close to PS3 with 4-5hr battery life. no matter how much fun slicing fruits with your fingers or throwing birds into buildings, i would say its still more fun to play God of War or Uncharted while on-the-go...

im not saying cell-phone gaming isn't fun, but i found it not as fun as a dedicated portable device. heck, i myself still playing and enjoying iphone games simply coz the idea of having to buy a dedicated gaming device is cost-prohibitive.... but for people who can afford it, oh yes, its fun.
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Originally Posted by Yemerich
I am still trying to figure what is good for a rear touchscreen... Can anyone enlighten me?

http://kotaku.com/5744718/hands-on-with-the-ngps-brand+new-uncharted-and-a-deviant-surprise
Repo 27th January 2011, 20:12 Quote
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Originally Posted by Sloth
^^Right there.

Welcome to console and handheld gaming, ladies and gentlemen. If backwards incompatability surprises you then I highly suggest finding a new hobby.
I did read the thread, and the attached articles. My comments still stand 100%.
Sloth 27th January 2011, 21:05 Quote
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Originally Posted by Repo
I did read the thread, and the attached articles. My comments still stand 100%.
Have you considered that perhaps the UMD is a limiting factor for development of a new device? Features such as the touchscreen would not be possible due to the UMD needing to pop out right where it goes. The slim width would also be inhibited by a UMD.

Also, consider what DS catridges are: proprietary flash memory sticks. Similar to the point that devices such as an R4 actually let you use an microSD card in them! Effectively the same thing as Sony intends to use. Little memory cards with enough room for the game and some save data. Effectively the same thing as every cartridge system prior, only this one gets the fancy term "flash memory".

If you're going to make assumptions about non-game cartridge storage solutions being invented by Sony then I'd kindly like to point you to Memory Stick. Present on the PSP, one can assume that it will be carried on to the NGP rather than using the game cartridge as a universal storage medium and opening themselves up to even more rampant piracy.
Guinevere 27th January 2011, 21:11 Quote
I know it's come fresh from the land of the rising shaky-cam, but the tech looks impressive:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PM5ItI8gCRI

I'm not going to buy one of course, I just hope that if Sony are pushing the tech combination of Great Screen + Fast CPU + Fast GPU + Flexible input controls then we're only a generation away from having the same in our smart phones.

I don't want a portable gaming machine, but I want to play portable games on my (i)Phone with better visuals / response and better controls.
StoneyMahoney 27th January 2011, 21:22 Quote
Take note Sony - Nintendo have outsold you in the handheld department for quite some time now despite your technical superiority. They do it by maintaining some degree of backwards compatibility and by doing something really new with each release.

The 3DS has a never seen before new feature that even my grandmother (if she were still alive) could appreciate, to hell with the rest of the spec. The NGP's extra touch sensitive surface would take some time to explain to... well, anyone. Someone on the bus sees you playing with it, they'll think you're watching porn and getting a little too involved in it.

So yeah, outside Japan (where it'll get a whole slew of sleazy new dating sims), the NGP will once again suffer from having a comparatively tiny target market. Oh, and it won't have Pokemon on it either.
NethLyn 27th January 2011, 21:25 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bindibadgi
Quote:
Originally Posted by storm20200
Quote:
Originally Posted by Repo
Quote:
Originally Posted by mi1ez
ANOTHER new storage format?

Lucky i couldn't give a monkey's...

Yup, we'll just have the fake MS Pro Duo at mental prices farce all over again.

I may have a bad understanding but won't it just be like every other handheld gaming device (minus the UMD) that has had a new form of cartridge? I don't see the problem with that, infact I come to expect it now.

This. It'll a propitiatory format locked to the NGP to try to (attempt to) stop piracy. It's no different from the NES, SNES, Gameboy, DS, cartridges people bought.

and what will they call it, Blu-RAM? Shame that Sony's format ADD has returned but if it's games only and any TV/Movies remain as downloads, it could work.
Pete J 27th January 2011, 22:36 Quote
I'm looking more forward to the PSP phone as I'll always have it with me!

I bought an original PSP at launch and was blown away by the graphics at the time. It's still quite nice to have when on a long train journey - Wipeout Pure and Pulse are probably the most fun I've ever had on a handheld. Oh, and the Syphon Filter games were cracking as well. And GTA Liberty City Stories!
themax 27th January 2011, 23:26 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by StoneyMahoney
Take note Sony - Nintendo have outsold you in the handheld department for quite some time now despite your technical superiority. They do it by maintaining some degree of backwards compatibility and by doing something really new with each release.

The 3DS has a never seen before new feature that even my grandmother (if she were still alive) could appreciate, to hell with the rest of the spec. The NGP's extra touch sensitive surface would take some time to explain to... well, anyone. Someone on the bus sees you playing with it, they'll think you're watching porn and getting a little too involved in it.

So yeah, outside Japan (where it'll get a whole slew of sleazy new dating sims), the NGP will once again suffer from having a comparatively tiny target market. Oh, and it won't have Pokemon on it either.

What feature is that? 3D? I don't think that is something new. Never was. Just rediscovered if you want to even call it that.

Whether the PSP topples the Gameboy or not. The market needs it. Before the arrival of the Gamegear Nintendo felt quite comfortable with their black and white colors, lack of backlit screens, and lack of graphical capabilities. Sure that didn't topple them either, but Nintendo quickly rectified the situation with Gameboy Color, and then the Advance. Because of competition Nintendo finally gave us better than 8-Bit graphics, full colors, and a screen you can still see in the dark without an accessory.

Pokemon is a juggernaut franchise, but unless you haven't been paying much attention, Monster Hunter is slowly become it's own juggernaut in the handheld market, and currently calls the PSP it's home. I don't think the PSP2 will outself the 3DS either, but right now Sony is the only competition in the market that will keep Nintendo from getting complacent again.
crayfish 27th January 2011, 23:57 Quote
Cool, a new storage format. I've got a PSP Go and it's damn nice tech, but it really was a bit pointless. The world as a whole isn't ready for download-only gaming formats, despite what a few million Steam users (of which I am one,) may think.
eddtox 28th January 2011, 00:23 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Azayles
Great, a new storage format. So what do we do with all the games we have in UMD format?

You buy them again, of course :)
outlawaol 28th January 2011, 01:43 Quote
*twirls finger*

I bought a PSP mainly for the GOW series that exist on it. Now it just sits and does nothing.

Also $300 for a handheld? They are crazy...
deadsea 28th January 2011, 01:56 Quote
4-5 Hours? Actual or the typical advertisers up to. I my current psp 1000 that i bought 4 or 5 years ago lasts longer than that. Doesn't make sense to trick out all the hardware but forget that a portable console needs to last a sensible length of time...
Penfolduk01 28th January 2011, 05:54 Quote
This feels to me like the equivalent of the Ipod Touch to the iPhone. A less universally usable device that still uses much of the same technology.

Backwards compatibility is both a blessing and a curse. For example, Nintendo has ditched the ganeboy cartridge slot from the DSi onwards. It would be nice in the new console could handle PSP Go. But to build in UMD compatibility would be asking a bit too much. Physical disk access just eats battery life on a device that small. And UMD didn't really take off that well as a format, in much the same way as minidisc didn't. Or consumer Betamax ultimately failed.

This console, and the phone version are probably Sony's last chance to keep any sizeable chunk of the mobile gaming market. If they fail now, they will have to settle with being a software publisher.

Interesting that they are planning to use propriety SD card storage. Unless there are significant hardware differences, such as pin layouts or hardware on-card encryption, I can see this being jailbroken pretty rapidly.

The other thing to note is that Sony are a massive empire, covering electronics, software, films and other entertainment. One of the mistakes they made with the PSP was trying to make it a jack of all trades. When Nintendo has concentrated on being the master of one. Any additional multimedia features being mainly coincidental to the main function - playing games. And playing games well.

This is why, until recently, Nintendo has wiped the floor with the competition across most gaming formats. In terms of the numbers at least. I suspect the dip in Wii sales is as much to do with reaching market saturation point than with people wanting more advanced hardware. Although Nintendo may have taken the Wii for too long to successfully win the non-portable console wars again...
ssj12 28th January 2011, 06:05 Quote
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Originally Posted by Bindibadgi
Quote:
Originally Posted by storm20200
Quote:
Originally Posted by Repo
Quote:
Originally Posted by mi1ez
ANOTHER new storage format?

Lucky i couldn't give a monkey's...

Yup, we'll just have the fake MS Pro Duo at mental prices farce all over again.

I may have a bad understanding but won't it just be like every other handheld gaming device (minus the UMD) that has had a new form of cartridge? I don't see the problem with that, infact I come to expect it now.

This. It'll a propitiatory format locked to the NGP to try to (attempt to) stop piracy. It's no different from the NES, SNES, Gameboy, DS, cartridges people bought.

Plus its flash memory based, which is getting increasingly cheaper.
Aracos 28th January 2011, 06:06 Quote
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Originally Posted by Sloth
Have you considered that perhaps the UMD is a limiting factor for development of a new device? Features such as the touchscreen would not be possible due to the UMD needing to pop out right where it goes. The slim width would also be inhibited by a UMD.

Also, consider what DS catridges are: proprietary flash memory sticks. Similar to the point that devices such as an R4 actually let you use an microSD card in them! Effectively the same thing as Sony intends to use. Little memory cards with enough room for the game and some save data. Effectively the same thing as every cartridge system prior, only this one gets the fancy term "flash memory".

If you're going to make assumptions about non-game cartridge storage solutions being invented by Sony then I'd kindly like to point you to Memory Stick. Present on the PSP, one can assume that it will be carried on to the NGP rather than using the game cartridge as a universal storage medium and opening themselves up to even more rampant piracy.

Let's not forget one of the best reasons to flash your original PSP is playing games off the insanely superior MS. UMD was sluggishly slow and killed battery life, would anyone actually want it to be brought forward to other sony consoles?
ObeyTheCreed 28th January 2011, 08:01 Quote
Personally I think sony really screwed up with the PSP series, they should have focused more on the PS3 then creating a portable when the all the psp was useful for was the internet, and it was slower than my old dial-up connection. So not useful at all. While I can see Sony trying to keep up with the competition by releasing a portable console, they should have atleast tricked it out so it actually means something to own a PSP. I ended up using mine as a paperweight for about 2 years before I sold it to my lil cuz :D
StoneyMahoney 28th January 2011, 15:51 Quote
@themax: I'd say this itteration of 3D was definitely something new. 3D that you can just look at without a headset/colour filters/polarizers/inconvenient-whatever in a held-held *anything* certainly isn't a mere rediscovery.

There was an 8 year gap between the release of the Game Gear and the GameBoy Color. Can't really see any pressure on Nintendo there. The Game Gear was made completely impractical by it's 4-5 hour battery life on 6 AA's, so the 10 hour battery life on the GameBoy (4 AA's) did at least make it's lack of a backlight forgivable. Apart from the NeoGeo Pocket, by which time Nintendo were putting out a colour screen sans-backlight with 15 hours from 2 AA's, I can't think of anything apart from the PSP that's given Nintendo even the slightest sniff of competition.

I won't bash the PSP, it's a powerful machine and considerably more capable that the DS, but that battery life issue comes back from Sega's grave to haunt Sony. On it's 1800mAh battery the original PSP was measured by IGN to last 3.5-5 hours for gaming. The DS phat's 850mAh unit managed 8-10 hours.

Haven't really looked at Monster Hunter but I doubt it's got a competitive community as large and fanatical as Pokemon. Good luck to it though, looks like a cracking game. Might have to get the Wii one...

@Penfolduk01: They ditched the GBA slot to make way for the SD card slot after they realised that anyone with a GBA back catalog they still want to make use of has probably had a DS for quite some time now.
Repo 29th January 2011, 23:10 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sloth
Have you considered that perhaps the UMD is a limiting factor for development of a new device? Features such as the touchscreen would not be possible due to the UMD needing to pop out right where it goes. The slim width would also be inhibited by a UMD.

Also, consider what DS catridges are: proprietary flash memory sticks. Similar to the point that devices such as an R4 actually let you use an microSD card in them! Effectively the same thing as Sony intends to use. Little memory cards with enough room for the game and some save data. Effectively the same thing as every cartridge system prior, only this one gets the fancy term "flash memory".

If you're going to make assumptions about non-game cartridge storage solutions being invented by Sony then I'd kindly like to point you to Memory Stick. Present on the PSP, one can assume that it will be carried on to the NGP rather than using the game cartridge as a universal storage medium and opening themselves up to even more rampant piracy.
Where did I say anything at all about UMD??? I was taking about flash memory formats... :(
enciem 30th January 2011, 04:21 Quote
The fondness of gadgets getting smaller has been handily curtailed by the ipad. It paves the way for a device that can deliver extraordinary gaming prowess on the go (presuming you have some sort of man/girl bag dedicated to carrying the massive beast around)
BLC 31st January 2011, 16:57 Quote
My post may skirt the edges of what some would call piracy, but let me make this clear: I'm not interested in piracy in any way. My interest is in homebrew (like the homebrew PSP utilities that let you use it as a game pad for a PC, or as a SideShow device). If that fits your definition of "piracy", then so be it.

You can say what you want about the PSP, but I still keep coming back to mine more than the DS. Even if it's just for the back catalogue of great PS1 games I can play on it, thanks to homebrew (note: homebrew, not piracy; I own all the PS1 games I transfer to it). Plus it has some pretty awesome titles of it's own: Wipeout Pure & Pulse, Ridge Racer, Final Fantasy Crisis Core, Dissidia, etc.

The specs of the NGP alone are enough to make me drool. It doesn't really have much of a "wow" factor - unline the 3DS' glass-less 3D - but with specs like that (and Android cross-compatibility) it's certainly got enough grunt to produce some spectacular games.

Although, the storage medium does somewhat wind me up. Just use SD cards like everyone else, ffs! Even the UMD was not enough to curtail piracy, once the firmware was hacked; most piracy protection methods are all in software anyway - you can download a PSP UMD ISO, but you still can't play it on a PSP that uses official firmware.

As long as it still has an SD or even a Memory Stick Duo Pro slot, then I'll be happy.
Sloth 31st January 2011, 20:24 Quote
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Originally Posted by Repo
Where did I say anything at all about UMD??? I was taking about flash memory formats... :(
The memory format is being created to replace the UMD. It is why Sony is creating a new game cartridge. This is where your fundamental misunderstanding seems to stem from: The format being created is a format for packaging games. Not a storage medium for transferring to your PC or using in your digital camera. You don't use it to transfer music to your PSP, Sony created Memory Stick for that. You use it to buy and play games. Sony will likely try very hard to not let you use it for anything else to prevent piracy.

It simply replaces the UMD. It does not replace Memory Stick or SD. It's the same as going from the Gameboy Advance to the DS. The old format was fat and unwieldy so they made a new one and dropped support for the old one.
Toploaded 2nd February 2011, 01:20 Quote
Well, I for one love the sound of this thing and can't wait to get my hands on one!
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