I’m more excited about the PlayStation Vita than the inevitable 3DS “we really, really fucked up” redesign.
Kotaku asks a good question: Is the upcoming touch-tastic PlayStation Vita different enough from its fore-bearer to be successful? Also, what of the competition from iOS devices? The article doesn’t mention those, but their impact is no longer up for debate.
A $250 price point feels more at home on the unfortunately-named Vita than the 3DS.
Sony’s security always makes me think of that older couple that waxes all nostalgic-like about simpler times, when one could leave their front door unlocked without fear of burglary.
When it rains it pours. Change that password again, if you can.
Shorter Sony: Please stop asking about the PlayStation Network.
More security news from Sony, the company that is trying its darnedest to not have any online presence whatsoever by 2012.
Nintendo’s 3DS tagline should be something we’ve seen plenty of times before, just not typically from them: Overprice and under-deliver.