Entries in 'ngp' (55)
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.
Sony’s pursuit of high-end handheld gaming content will keep retail in the mix – but not every game made for NGP will make it to the High Street.
Platform holder Sony has seemingly back-tracked on claims that its NGP handheld is as powerful as the PS3.
Sony's upcoming PSP successor the Next Generation Portable will be unable to compete with Apple's iPhone and its digital distribution portal the App Store, a leading casual games exec has ...
The success of iPhone gaming will not necessarily come at the expense of dedicated gaming handheld rivals such as the DS, PSP, 3DS and NGP.
Sony has said that the reaction to its PS3 launch price had meant that keeping the launch price of the Next Generation Portable as low as possible is a key ...
The upcoming launch of the NGP later this year does not spell the death of the PSP, Sony has confirmed.
Sony's Next Generation Portable must be priced lower than £300 to compete with Nintendo’s 3DS, say UK retailers.
Sony is expected to unveil key details regarding its Next Generation Portable at Gamescom 2011.
Sony will release games for its NGP handheld simultaneously at both retail and on PSN.
Sony's new NGP handheld will comfortably better the successes of the PSP, EEDAR analyst Jesse Divnich has stated.
Sony has confirmed that the NGP will definitely be backwardly compatible with games for the original PSP – as long as they have received a digital release.
Sony could be the first to bring cloud gaming features to home consoles if the latest rumours are to be believed.
With the NGP now fully exposed and the 3DS just two months from release, the 2011 handheld battle lines have been drawn – but both platform holders are remaining coy ...
While the NGP is undoubtedly a technical powerhouse, there is one technology notable by its absence from the spec sheet – 3D.
Despite promising a NGP launch in 2011 at its Tokyo press event yesterday, Sony has warned that its unlikely that consumers in the three major markets – the US, Japan ...
US analyst Colin Sebastian of Lazard Capital Markets has questioned whether Sony's high-end Next Generation Portable will be able to penetrate the mass market that defines the modern games industry.
Sony’s new physical format has the potential to change the face of the pre-owned market.
Sony has confirmed that that 3G connectivity will be an optional extra included only in some models of the Next Generation Portable.
We know that the NExt Generation Portable will be launched in "late 2011", but how much will it cost? For now, Sony's not saying, though the company has pledged that ...
Upon seeing both the size and power of Sony's new Next Generation portable, it's inevitable that the first question many people asked was how long the battery would last – ...
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 ...
Sony's Next Generation Portable will use location-based services to bring players together both geographically and virtually.
It's a premium device, and that fact immediately asks two questions of the NGP – how much will it cost and how long will the battery last?