Sony NGP or Playstation Phone(Xperia Play) ?

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Feb 17, 2011
  1. codmaster
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    For me,its the NGP
    but what do you perfer ? [​IMG]
     


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    Do you need a phone, or just a gaming device? That makes the choice easy.
     
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    Well duh, if u want a cool phone, then buy one.
    if u want a cool handheld gaming device, buy the NGP [​IMG]

    its like asking if u rather want to go to the movies or an all u can eat buffet..
    If u wanna eat a lot at that point, do u goto the movies just for some d*mn popcorn?? [​IMG]
     
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    I was going to get an Xperia Play, but since it's on Verizon(which is the last thing I expected, since Sony Ericsson has said in the past that they wouldn't make CDMA phones) I'll have to wait until another Playstation-Certified phone comes out for AT&T. :/
     
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    NGP, of course. I already have a PSP and a phone.
     
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    I really can't believe that people think the Xperia Play is comparable with the 3DS/NGP
     
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    Next Generation Portable.
     
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    The psp2 of course.
     
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    I prefer keeping my portable gaming and phone seperate, so I'd get the NGP.

    Kinda ironic that I use an iPhone though.

    What the NGP offers in game play experience probably outweighs what the Xperia offers, minus the phone calling.
     
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    well, i certainly don't want to be interrupted by something that suddenly pops-up(call or text notification) while in the middle of a boss fight. it might be important but i'd rather receive my call from another device. so that i can safely pause my game and won't be surprised by the sudden interruption.
     
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    NGP + shitty phone > xperia play IMO.
     
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    Phone is so last gen and outdated if you compare it to handhelds. I don't need a fancy phone so I'll keep using cheap ones and buy portables. NGP FTW!
     
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    Xperia play.

    D'oh! I already have an Atrix 4g. no need for shit phones.
     
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    Herp, I already have a derp. No need for herp derp.
     
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    3DS. 'Nuff said.
     
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    I always thought the Xperia Play was a silly product, considering you can just buy a PSP for $100 and that'll play almost any PSX game fine.

    NGP for me.
     
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    Not a phone person.
    I would like my gaming and phones to be separated. Thank You.
     
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    Gonna have to say NGP on this one.
     
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    Unnecessary choice. Buy both.

    A truly mobile gamer needs both, a cellphone and a handheld console. If your phone happens to have a gamepad and good hardware that allows you to play even more games, it's all for the better.

    Not only that, but a duo like this will allow you to tether the s*it out of your Xperia Play as you're playing on your NGP/3DS online. No longer will you be confined to your gaming groto with your handheld - become a walking hotspot.

    Isn't THAT a good deal?
     
  20. Serina

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    I'm definitely going to have to go with the Vita on this one.
     

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