June 7, 2011

Playstation Vita

so it's true. rumors' out and finally over. the so called NGP (Next Generation Portable) a.k.a PSP2 is finally introduced to the world by the poduct company, Sony. a lot of speculations and ideas were brought up by the 'hardcore' lovers of psp. it's awesome as it's imagined. to sum up, it's the best thing to have. very futuristic and yes, still postable. ;)

the Vita will be listed at $249 for the WiFi-only model, or $299 for the 3G version. Sony's Kaz Hirai confirmed will be available exclusively through AT&T, with both models shipping worldwide toward the end of 2011. For those of you camped out overseas, prices are set for ¥24,980 (WiFi) and ¥29,980 (3G) in Japan, while those closer to that other pond will see tags of €249 and €299.

The device, also known as the PS Vita, offers up six-axis motion sensors, dual analog controls (proper ones, with thumbsticks), front- and rear-facing cameras, an OLED touchscreen, and a touchpad on the back, too. The company showed off a number of top-tier titles, including Uncharted: Golden Abyss, a hack-and-slash RPG called Ruin, a new ModNation Racers, LittleBigPlanet, and Street Fighter x Tekken, each showing off plenty of motion and touch interactivity... things that we couldn't be more elated to try for ourselves in due time. They're all looking quite good, and honestly a bit more advanced than what the 3DS has delivered so far -- for the same money.


Shu said...

looks very nice, i want one of these

яə╳ said...

haha yeah, really nice. very high-tech design this time. me too ! :D lol