The Next Generation Portable (NGP) doesn't even have an official name yet, and we don't have a price or a launch date.
But we have plenty of info and media, and it has been more than enough to make an impression. In our latest poll, we wanted to know what sort of impact Sony made with the NGP unveiling and as it turns out, the consumers like what they see. The vast majority think it's pretty damn sweet, and a large chunk say they're nabbing it the instant it arrives. Of course, price and available software will have a significant impact on our eventual purchase decisions but for now, it's fair to say the PSP2 (or whatever they end up calling it) has made a very positive impression. With those dual micro analog sticks, front and rear touch pads, wide OLED screen, optional 3G support, and what should be a healthy supply of software, the unit is bound to appeal to a great many portable aficionados.
This week, we'd like to know what you think about the ongoing Killzone 3 controversy. As we near the game's release on the 22nd, we have several conflicting reviews; although most all say the game is pretty darn good, some of the major sources weren't willing to give Guerrilla's latest an elite score. Based on the beta – and the demo that drops on the 15th – we'll be able to form an opinion. And you can always read those reviews, and see if they are listing out viable complaints. Let us know.