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|Sony makes games, I know. I never said they were good though. And oh yeah, I can talk, because when Nintendo actually makes games by themselves, they sell like chocolate chip cookies from just about every casual gamer out there. I've yet to see a game developed by Sony itself that has made such an impact on it's "fanboys".|
|My point was that the PSP was just as guilty of not changing as the DS throughout its iterations. The PSP2 offers much more options than the 3DS, and you should know what I'm talking about if you're willing to argue about how the PSP2 wasn't a huge difference from the PSP.|
|It's not the fault of Sony that their fanboys don't enjoy buying the same game time and time again. By the way, the PSP was still a huge achievement considering this was Sony's first handheld and Nintendo crushed every other competitor back then.|
|Um, Sony makes games, and the PSP has a lot of support from other developers too. I honestly don't think you should talk about crap handheld remakes with absolutely no change whatsoever, considering Nintendo(note: not third party developers) does the exact same thing. Ever heard of Naughty Dog? Polyphony Digital? Guerilla Games? Media Molecule? Team ICO? They even have SCE studios peppered everywhere.|
Originally Posted by me
If you're a Sony fanboy and you don't enjoy buying the same game from the company you fanboy over, there's seriously something wrong with that picture, dontcha think?
The main focus of the 3DS is the 3D. And I honestly doubt that the commercials will get the public wanting a 3DS for the surprisingly strong power it has as a handheld console. I wouldn't call it a gimmick if it affected gameplay.
Also, when did I ever say it had terrible buttons? The closest I can remember was when I called the 'Home' button completely unnecessary and that's it.
Originally Posted by Wikipedia
In marketing language, a gimmick is a unique or quirky special feature that makes something "stand out" from its contemporaries. However, the special feature is typically thought to be of little relevance or use. Thus, a gimmick is a special feature for the sake of having a special feature