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Title: Latest Review + 3DS/Portable Talk
Posted: February 13, 2011 (12:01 PM)
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit

So, is it me, or has the 3DS been underhyped? About a few days back, I was shocked to discover it was coming out next month. Next month!!

For me, this was basically how I heard about the 3DS progress:

-Hears about 3DS announcement where demonstrations come with chained women.
-Sees images of Kid Icarus.
-Few more months later, hears about a MGS3 port coming to 3DS.
-Few months later, hears about a port of OoT coming to 3DS.
-3D hazard warnings.
-Last week, discovers the release date is in March.

I mean, do I just suck at gathering information, or has Nintendo just not been pumping up their latest portable system? I guess they are that confident that it's going to sell well regardless, since, well, everyone knows about Nintendo.

And while I'm on the subject of portable talk, is PSP a good system for games? For months now, I've REALLY wanted to play Peace Walker, but I don't want to get the PSP for just one game. The thing I've noticed the most is that certain developers love releasing rpgs to the system, which, at this point, seems like the system's biggest selling point. I'm just wondering if the system offers more than that? If not, I might as well get a PS3 or something else...
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pickhutUser: pickhut
Title: Re: Latest Review + 3DS/Portable Talk
Posted: February 15, 2011 (04:29 PM)
I'll take that as a no.
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