Nintendo’s first foray into 3D gaming was released in Japan on July 21, 1995. On this, the Virtual Boy’s 20th birthday, let’s take a moment to appreciate all the joy it has brought gamers over the years. No really, I’m serious.
Nvidia's portable gaming system is neat, but there are several things it does — playing media, running games in portrait mode — that could be handled better by a similarly-powered tablet. The Tegra Note plaform is that tablet.
Could a little-known company from the UK swoop in and change the way we play, create, and sell games forever. utilizing a device that looks like a super-sized Game Boy Micro? Probably not, but their heart is in the right place.
Commenter Hongo has had it up to here with people denying devices the label 'portable' simply because they can't fit in their pants pocket. He'd prepared a portable primer for today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
This August, Monster Hunter Portable 3rd is invading Universal Studios Japan. Details are scant, but the USJ event kicks off this August, and there should be recreations of the game's monsters.
Kotaku commenter Truthtellah was really excited about the 3DS. Now that Sony has outed it's Next Generation Portable, he's a bit less excited. Did Sony steal some wind from Nintendo's sails? That's your topic for today's Speak-Up on Kotaku.
Legendary console modder Ben Heck's creations are normally quite elegant, but when a couple in Afghanistan asked for something rugged, he gave them this majestic beast.
Imperial zombies return in Call of Duty: World at War: Zombies II for the iPhone, recreating its console cousins' Shi No Numa (Zombie Swamp) map, with new characters, traps, the Wunderwaffe DG-2, and Hellhounds adding to the portable carnage.
Whoops. File this one under things I should have followed. When EA Sports said Tim Tebow was its coverboy across all versions of NCAA 11, I assumed that included the PSP. It doesn't. Because there will be no PSP version.
That's right you can now play the original Duke Nukem 3D on your iPhone or iPod Touch. But would you want to?
According to unnamed developers, Sony is readying a new iteration of its PlayStation Portable. Whether you call it the PSP 2 or PSP-4000, the rumored new version sounds like the most radical change to date.