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Which handheld has the best chance of keeping smartphones at bay? 3DS or NGP?

Nintendo's 3DS.
57% (112 votes)
Sony's NGP.
43% (86 votes)
Total votes: 198
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NGP

I don't know if the NGP will keep smartphones at bay, but I want one. Between the two it is the sexiest and is all I want for xmas now.

Seriously, when it comes to taking on iPhone, it really depends on software pricing. Who cares how sexy or powerful the handhelds are if the games are not cheap when compared to whatever is in the Apple App store?

If Sony gets that right then Apple will be forced to react instead of the other way around.

NGP is just a portable PS3?

I really hope Sony has more in store than just releasing a portable PS3. Are those two systems (PS3 and NGP) going to be competing with each other now?

What's the big deal about 3DS

What's the big deal about 3DS? Graphics look like GameCube and it still looks like a big blocky DS. How is that going to compete with an iPhone or PSP2?

Easy answer to that - it's

Easy answer to that - it's the sequel to the most popular handheld game console of all time. It'll get by on name recognition alone.

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