PSP2 Ideas and Rumors


The PSP2 has been a fun idea for gamers to theorize and debate over. What will Sony add and how powerful will it end up being? You also have to think about Sony’s goals for the PSP2. Seeing as how the Nintendo 3DS is going for the 3-D effect more than power, it would be reasonable to think that Sony will go for display resolution and graphics. There has also been a lot of talk about the changes in the controls. These possible changes are mainly centered around two analog sticks and a track pad similar to what you would find on a laptop.

Over the years, people have come up with some fake trailers, concept art and enough rumors to fill a book. Still, I have to say that it’s a lot of fun to check out the different versions that have popped up.

Last month another PSP2 rumor started up when VG247.com posted pictures of what is said to be an official Sony PSP2 dev kit. These pictures are by far the most authentic looking. The prototype has to exist out there somewhere so it’s only a matter of time for a leak like this to show up. In the end, people will have to draw their own conclusions about the authenticity of these shots. I for one believe this is the real deal…

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