Nintendo came up with the wireless controller, and sony decided to make one.
And I recently read in a book that nintendo came up with the analog stick and didn't show it to prevent anyone who'd take the idea, but one of sony's workers found out, and well, you know the rest.
Well if you read it in a book then it must be true.
I just think Sony's getting a little too…competetive. They add all this weird stuff like the Eye toy (it's better off working with the PS2), GPS, Internet, and all that stuff we can do without being on a PSP, although it would be pretty convienent.
Yeah, who the hell would want to voice chat with friends/family overseas when you can call them on the phone at 11 cents a minute or more. Man! Sony sucks at coming up with useful ideas! They're so competetive!
BTW, you mentioned Internet. I hate to point this out but if DS wasn't Wifi enabled Mario Kart would suddenly become lonely.
I'm just glad Nintendo doesn't want to get in the "nintendo vs sony vs microsoft vs anothercompanynoonesheardof" stuff, 'cause all nintendo really cares about is having fun with games.
Yep! Nintendo stays out of the whole competetive thing while their fans take care of it for them. Rock on.
GPS tells you your location on Earth, not which direction you’re facing.
In the words of wikipedia:
GPS is used by people around the world as a navigation aid in cars, airplanes, and ships
Again, if it didn't calculate or at least tell you which direction you were facing, I could see that being a problem in something like an airplane. Just my opinion I guess.
wouldn't that be a bit awkward and annoying if you had to completely change which way your facing in order to aim in the direction you want to in game?
Wait, seriously? For real? Are you offering that as opposed to say, waving a controller around in the air to play a game? Is it just me or are the complaints wearing down to the point of tit-for-tat?
But come on does a psp really need a GPS tracking system (since GPS devices are cheaper, and chances are better, then a PSP to start with).
I think a better question is, does anyone need a PSP? Does your average Joe need a GPS? Do you need a DS? Do you need an XBox? Do we need any of these for basic human survival needs? No. And people who don't want them don't have to buy them. But it certainly is nice to have the option of buying it for those that do want them. Because you don't want it doesn't mean other people don't. I don't want to buy tampons but that doesn't mean people don't need or want them.
I think the best part of this is the fact that I think DS is awesome too and can't wait to get a Lite.