I was disappointed with DMC4, too! It looked very nice, but the gameplay felt somewhat... tired? Hopefully Bayonetta will inject some spark into that genre.
there was nothing next-gen about DMC4, besides the graphics and the Devil Bringer, it felt like the PS2 games. But I have faith in Kamiya since he directed the original DMC.
If you haven't seen the latest NMH2 trailer, go and see it. It's a riot. XD
I haven't gotten the chance to play the original yet, but im looking forward to playing it.
The PSPGo doesn't look convincing. I mean, it seems to be a redesign of the same hardware - albeit with added flash memory - and doesn't seem to offer anything that could revive the PSP's flagging fortunes. My PSP has been collecting dust for at least half a year because there are very few worthwhile games being released on it these days.
In terms of sales, selling Hardware hasnt been an issue since they've reached the 50 Million mark, which is good considering since it's their first foray into the Handheld Market. But, it has lacked a consistent library of games, dont get me wrong, it has some fantastic games, but once youre down with the Heavy Hitters there's not much to play other than console ports. However, the up coming support of third party studios is stellar,
Final Fantasy Agito XIII
Dissidia: Final Fantasy
Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep
Soul Calibur Broken Destiny
New Naruto PSP Game
Star Wars Battlefront: Elite Squadron
Assassins Creed 2
Along with some first party Games
Little Big Planet
Motorstrom Arctic Edge
and I hear their may be another God Of War coming to the PSP
And finally, the PSP GO doesn't compel me to buy one, unless many of the aforementioned games are downloadable only, that would suck.
Edited by Illmatic, 30 May 2009 - 09:46 PM.