Entries in 'handheld' (51)
I don’t think anyone saw this coming. And if they say they did, they’re either really clever or a liar.
US analyst Michael Pachter believes that the PS Vita will achieve what the PSP did not and eat into Nintendo's handheld market share.
Sony is not ruling out the use of 3D technology for PlayStation small-screen devices such as NGP, the company has said.
With 3DS just weeks away, NGP on the horizon, and continued growth in iPad and mobile, 2011 is shaping up to be a transformative year for portable games.
At the time of writing you can’t speak to anyone in the industry without touching on 3DS. Everyone has an opinion.
Everyone is talking about Nintendo’s 3DS and Sony’s PSP2 – but Microsoft hopes it too will play a major role in the battle of the handhelds.
Sony’s new physical format has the potential to change the face of the pre-owned market.
It may have lost many men in the battle of 2010, but General Wii still stands tall on the battlefield that is taking place under the world's TVs. From the ...
Though the words ‘PSP’ and ‘two’ are yet to emerge from the lips of Sony, SCEE president Andrew House has told MCV of his company’s future plans for innovation in ...
Though it’s now a wholly-owned Microsoft studio, UK developer Rare has hinted that it may yet return to rival platforms for future handheld projects.
Electronics giant Panasonic has announced a surprise return to the games sector with a brand new handheld called Jungle.
Next-gen successors to Microsoft and Sony’s powerhouse consoles would benefit from no longer being tethered to the living room TV, the vice president of Epic Games has said.
Steve Jobs has used tonight’s iPod-centric press gathering to signal a new era in portable gaming – and it’s one that the outspoken Apple CEO claims complete ownership of.
A report entitled ‘Kids and Games: What Boys and Girls are Playing Today’ by M2 Research claims that 93 per cent of girls aged 8-11 play online games. For boys ...
Traditional handheld games consoles are in decline with 1m fewer devices produced this year compared to 2009.
The Nintendo 3DS won’t change in appearance before it hits shelves next year, the publisher has confirmed.
The PS3 may be on a seemingly unstoppable upwards sales trend right now, but turn your attention to PSPgo and it’s a completely different story.
Though both DS and PSP are expected to continue to lead the market for quite some time, both Sony’s and Nintendo’s machines have peaked – leaving Apple’s iPhone and iPod ...
Details might be a bit sketchy, but Microsoft has today confessed that, yes, it wants in on the handheld gaming market.