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PlayStation Portable (PSP)
at 6:33AM PST on March 24, 2010.
Oh no quite the opposite! I relish *renewed* competition in the space. In competition (or war in my analogy) Nintendo has obvious interest in putting Sony out of the picture. Their clear rival in the handheld space is Apple currently, as Apple's market share of handheld games has grown 100% while Sony's share is now 50% of what it was since the AppStore opened.
I think Sony made a horrible mistake with PSPGo, and therefore "deserves to pay" in the market. If they don't "pay" they will cease to be competitive in this space by simply not learning from their mistakes.
You mention a lot of ho-hum standard integration. This is not what I'm talking about. As a PSP and PS3 owner I can say first hand, integration is clunky, irregular, and really doesn't add anything to the experience (just like the DS unfortunately)
For instance: Why am I not seeing PSP used as an optional subscreen? IE: current standings in FPS games, maps etc.
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