Könnte die PS-Vita mit der PS5 kompatibel sein? (Bildquelle: Sony.)Lange Zeit war es sehr still um die Handheld-Konsolen von Sony. Sony wird wohl in naher Zukunft keine Handheld-Konsole mehr anbieten. als die Vorgängerversion namens Playstation Portable (Vita). Sony erklärte, dass sie keine neuen Handhelds entwickeln werden. Dies sei ein Geschäftsfeld, für das kein Interesse mehr besteht.
PlayStation-Handheld: Sony kündigt Streaming-Konsole mit 5G anSony wird wohl in naher Zukunft keine Handheld-Konsole mehr anbieten. als die Vorgängerversion namens Playstation Portable (Vita). Denn jetzt hat Sony einen neuen PlayStation-Handheld angekündigt, der komplett auf Streaming ausgerichtet sein wird und direkt mit Sonys. Sony veröffentlichte im Jahr eine aktualisierte Version des Handhelds: Die PlayStation Vita Slim ist dünner als die erste Version der Konsole und hat eine.
Sony Handheld A home for indie developers VideoThe Sony PSP 5G...? This Sony handheld game console will offer you a chance to play a great variety of interesting and popular games which you can either download into its built-in memory or to memory cards. At the moment more than a thousand video games of all types and genres exist for this device. Browse through 4K & HD professional video cameras to suit all budgets and needs. Discover camcorders from Sony and register special moments in life. The Vita was designed to be a handheld version of Sony’s then-current PlayStation 3. Most of its biggest exclusive franchises including Uncharted and God Of War had Vita versions. These games. Sony Playstation Portable (PSP) Series Handheld Gaming Console System (Pearl Baby Blue)(Renewed). A new 5G-enabled PSP handheld console wouldn't have this problem as it would naturally sync with Sony's well-developed and growing PS Now streaming service of games, which sits perfectly in line.
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A home for indie developers. View comments. Related Topics. Gaming Sony PlayStation. The PSP's advanced graphics capabilities made it a popular mobile entertainment device, which could connect to the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 consoles, any computer with USB interface, other PSP systems, and the Internet.
The PSP also had a vast array of multimedia features such as video playback, and so has been considered a portable media player as well. The PSP was received positively by critics, and sold over 80 million units during its ten-year lifetime.
Several models of the console were released, before the PSP line was succeeded by the PlayStation Vita , released in Japan in and worldwide a year later.
The Vita has backward compatibility with PSP games that were released on the PlayStation Network through the PlayStation Store , which became the main method of purchasing PSP games after Sony shut down access to the store from the PSP on March 31, Hardware shipments of the PSP ended worldwide in ; production of UMDs ended when the last Japanese factory producing them closed in late Sony Computer Entertainment first announced development of the PlayStation Portable at a press conference preceding E3 In the s, Nintendo had dominated the handheld market since launching its Game Boy in , experiencing close competition only from Bandai 's WonderSwan — in Japan and Sega's Game Gear The first concept images of the PSP appeared at a Sony corporate strategy meeting in November , and featured a model with flat buttons and no analog joystick.
The PSP was originally intended to have a simultaneous PAL and North American launch,  but on March 15, , Sony announced that the PAL launch would be delayed due to high demand for the console in Japan and North America.
The system also enjoyed great success in other areas of the PAL region; over 25, units were pre-ordered in Australia  and nearly one million units were sold across Europe in the system's first week of sales.
The PlayStation Portable uses the common " bar " form factor. The original model measures approximately 6. The front of the console is dominated by the system's 4.
Also on the unit's front are four PlayStation face buttons , , , ; the directional pad, the analog "nub", and several other buttons.
The system also has two shoulder buttons, a USB 2. The back of the PSP features a read-only Universal Media Disc UMD drive for access to movies and games, and a reader compatible with Sony's Memory Stick PRO Duo flash cards is located on the left of the system.
Other features include an IrDA -compatible infrared port and a two-pin docking connector this was discontinued in PSP and later ; built-in stereo speakers and headphone port; and IEEE Due to more efficient power use, however, the expected playing time is the same as that of older models.
The original high-capacity batteries work on the newer models, giving increased playing time, though the battery cover does not fit. The batteries take about 1.
In Japan, the kit was sold with a specific-colored cover matching the many PSP variations available. The PSP, marketed in PAL countries as the "PSP Slim",  is the first redesign of the PlayStation Portable.
The PSP system is slimmer and lighter  than the original PSP, reduced from 0. The UK release for the PSP was 14 September. The serial port was modified to accommodate a new video-out feature, making it incompatible with older PSP remote controls.
On the PSP, games only output to external monitors and televisions in progressive scan mode. Non-game video outputs work in either progressive or interlaced mode.
USB charging was introduced and the D-Pad was raised in response to complaints of poor performance   and the responsiveness of the buttons was improved.
Other changes include improved WLAN modules and micro-controller , and a thinner,  brighter LCD screen.
The disc tray, logos, and buttons were all redesigned, and a microphone was added. Games could now be output in either component or composite video using the video-out cable.
The PSP was released in North America on October 14, , in Japan on October 16 , in Europe on October 17 ,   and in Australia on October On its release, a problem with interlacing when objects were in motion on the PSP screen was noticed.
The PSP Go model PSP-N    was released on October 1, , in North American and European territories,  and on November 1 in Japan.
The overall shape and sliding mechanism are similar to those of Sony's mylo COM-2 Internet device. The PSP Go features A compatible cable that connects to other devices' USB ports is included with the unit.
The new multi-use connector allows video and sound output with the same connector using an optional composite or component AV cable.
As with previous models, Sony also offers a cradle PSP-N  for charging, video out, and USB data transfer on the PSP Go.
This model adds support for Bluetooth connectivity,  which enables the playing of games using a Sixaxis or DualShock 3 controller.
The use of the cradle with the controller allow players to use the PSP Go as a portable device and as a console, although the output is not upscaled.
Games must be downloaded from the PlayStation Store. The removal of the UMD drive effectively region-locks the unit because it must be linked to a single, region-locked PlayStation Network account.
While the PSP Go can download games to itself, users can also download and transfer games to the device from a PlayStation 3 console,  or the Windows -based software Media Go.
All downloadable PSP and PlayStation games available for older PSP models are compatible with the PSP Go. Sony confirmed that almost all UMD-based PSP games released after October 1, , would be available to download   and that most older UMD-only games would also be downloadable.
In February , it was reported that Sony might re-launch the PSP Go due to the lack of consumer interest and poor sales.
Three free games for the PSP Go were offered in America. The PSP-E, which was announced at Gamescom , is a budget-focused model that was released across the PAL region on October 26 of that year.
An ice-white version was released in PAL territories on July 20, The PSP was sold in four main configurations. The Base Pack, called the Core Pack in North America,  contained the console, a battery, and an AC adapter.
Many limited editions of the PSP were bundled with accessories, games, or movies. The PSP was made available in piano black, ceramic white,  ice silver,  mint green, felicia blue, lavender purple, deep red, matte bronze,  metallic blue, and rose pink as standard colors.
The PSP was made available in piano black, pearl white, mystic silver, radiant red, vibrant blue, spirited green, blossom pink, turquoise green and lilac purple.
The limited edition "Big Boss Pack" of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker had a camouflage pattern while the God of War: Ghost of Sparta bundle pack included a black-and-red two-toned PSP.
The PSP runs a custom operating system referred to as the System Software, which can be updated over the Internet, or by loading an update from a Memory Stick or UMD.
While System Software updates can be used with consoles from any region,  Sony recommends only downloading updates released for the model's region.
System Software updates have added many features, including a web browser, Adobe Flash support, additional codecs for various media, PlayStation 3 PS3 connectivity, and patches against security exploits and the execution of homebrew programs.
The PSP Internet Browser is a version of the NetFront browser and came with the system via an update. Remote Play allows the PSP to access many of the features of the PlayStation 3 console from a remote location using the PS3's WLAN capabilities, a home network, or the Internet.
Starting with System Software version 3. Due to hardware constraints it is not possible to use the service on the PSP Users must purchase Skype credit to make telephone calls.
At Tokyo Game Show , Sony announced that a service similar to PlayStation Home , the PS3's online community-based service, was being developed for the PSP.
It could be launched directly from the PlayStation Network section of the XMB. As in Home, PSP owners would have been able to invite other PSP owners into their rooms to "enjoy real time communication".
Sony partnered with publishers such as Rebellion Developments , Disney , IDW Publishing , Insomnia Publications , iVerse , Marvel Comics , and Titan Books to release digitized comics on the PlayStation Store.
The PlayStation Store's "Comic" section premiered in Japan on December 10 , , with licensed publishers ASCII Media Works , Enterbrain , Kadokawa , Kodansha , Shueisha , Shogakukan , Square-Enix , Softbank Creative HQ Comics , Hakusensha , Bandai Visual , Fujimishobo, Futabasha , and Bunkasha.
Sony shut down the Digital Comics service in September On June 15, , hackers disassembled the code of the PSP and distributed it online. Some users were able to unlock the firmware to allow them to run more custom content and DRM -restricted software.
Hackers were able to run protected software on the PSP through the creation of ISO loaders that could load copies of UMD games from a memory stick.
Also, there was an unsigned program made for the PSP, which allowed the handheld to downgrade its firmware to previous versions.
There were 1, games released for the PSP during its year lifespan. Launch games for PSP included; Ape Escape: On the Loose North America, Europe, Japan , Darkstalkers Chronicle: The Chaos Tower North America, Europe, Japan , Dynasty Warriors all regions , Lumines North America, Europe, Japan , Metal Gear Acid North America, Europe, Japan , Need for Speed: Underground Rivals North America, Europe, Japan , NFL Street 2: Unleashed North America, Europe , Ridge Racer North America, Europe, Japan , Spider-Man 2 North America, Europe, Japan , Tiger Woods PGA Tour North America, Europe, Japan , Tony Hawk's Underground 2 Remix North America, Europe , Twisted Metal: Head-On North America, Europe , Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade North America, Europe, Japan , Wipeout Pure all regions , and World Tour Soccer: Challenge Edition North America, Europe.
The best selling PSP game is Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories , which sold 7. Other top selling PSP games include Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories , [ citation needed ] Monster Hunter Portable 3rd ,  Gran Turismo ,  and Monster Hunter Freedom Unite.
These titles included Ape Escape:On the Loose , ATV Offroad Fury: Blazin' Trails , Hot Shots: Open Tee , Twisted Metal: Head-On , and Wipeout Pure.
As of [update] , this feature could be officially accessed through the PlayStation Network service for PlayStation 3 , PSP, PlayStation Vita or PlayStation TV , or a personal computer.
Sony sold a GPS accessory for the PSP; this was released first in Japan and announced for the United States in It features maps on a UMD and offers driving directions and city guides.
After the discontinuation of PSP, the Chinese electronics company Lenkeng released a PSP-to-HDMI converter called the LKV A few other Chinese companies have released clones of this upscaler under different names, like the Pyle PSPHD The PSP received generally positive reviews soon after launch; most reviewers noted similar strengths and weaknesses.
CNET awarded the system 8. In , Time listed the PSP as a "gotta have travel gadget", citing the console's movie selection, telecommunications capability, and upcoming GPS functionality.
With so much positive buzz and excitement around the Switch, it may be hard for Sony to carve out a slice of an already highly competitive mobile market pie.
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The very first handheld game console that used interchangeable cartridges Only 12 games known to exist for the system Contained no processor; all computation was handled by the game cartridges themselves Plays monochrome games from ROM cartridges.
Contained no processor; all computation was handled by the game cartridges themselves Plays monochrome games from ROM cartridges.
Contained an Intel CPU, cartridges consisted of 4k ROM chips EPROMs Plays monochrome games from ROM cartridges Set on tabletop rather than held Sold over 50, units .
First console to use 3D effects Only 3 games known to exist for the system All games also released for the ProScreen.
Only 6 games known to exist for the system Plays cartridges with built-in LCD screen. Only 6 games known to exist for the system Plays cartridges with built-in LCD screen Variant under the same name released by Lansay in Europe.
Only 5 games known to exist for the system Plays cartridges with built-in Color LCD screen Set on tabletop rather than held Some variants under different labels.
Only 5 games produced for the system, in addition to the built-in puzzle game and paint program Plays monochrome games from ROM cartridges.
Combination Projector and handheld game console Only 3 games known to exist for the system Set on tabletop rather than held All games also released for the Gamate 3D Variant under the same name released by Ludotronic.
Only 3 games produced for the system, in addition to a memory expansion type of cartridge Features a touchpad with an included stylus. Only 5 games known to exist for the system  Plays cartridges with built-in LCD screen  Games also individually sold as dedicated handheld consoles.
Combination Projector and handheld game console Plays cartridges with built-in LCD screen, which is projected onto any flat surface for display Other variations released in Europe.
Educational handheld game console The successor PreComputer plays PreComputer cartridges. First release of the Game Boy line of handheld consoles Plays monochrome games from ROM cartridges Smaller version named the Game Boy Pocket released in Version with a backlight named the Game Boy Light released in Version capable of displaying games in color released as the Game Boy Color in ; the Color is backwards compatible with non-color Game Boy games but is considered part of the fifth console generation All Game Boy versions combined sold First handheld electronic game with a color LCD Plays ROM cartridges Smaller and lighter version named the Atari Lynx II released in Sold fewer than , units .
Sega's first handheld game console , released worldwide Similar to the Master System , though it cannot play Master System games without a Master System Converter accessory  Plays ROM cartridges Sold 11 million units; considered commercially successful, though it was outsold by its primary competitor, the Nintendo Game Boy  .
Portable version of the TurboGrafx home console Some games allow multiplayer options by connecting two TurboExpress consoles with a TurboLink cable Plays ROM cartridges Could be connected to a TV with a TurboVision TV tuner Sold 1.
Manufactured by United Microelectronics Corporation after Bit Corporation's closure in Plays monochrome games from ROM cartridges.
Known by different names in different countries, including Systema , Super Game, Game Tronic, and Game Plus Plays monochrome games from ROM cartridges.
Releases in different countries were by different suppliers with different names similar to Supervision Screen could be tilted relative to controls via flexible connection Plays monochrome games from ROM cartridges Could be linked up to a television via a link cable Version without a tilted screen released.
Known as Cougar Boy in South America Plays monochrome games from ROM cartridges. Plays cartridges with built-in LCD screen Cartridges bundled with system and not sold separately Similar handheld game consoles released in the UK as the Game Player by Grandstand and in Japan as the Triple-In by Epoch.
Handheld version of the Sega Genesis that played the same cartridges  Early version for use on Japanese airplanes was named the Mega Jet  Plays ROM cartridges Sold 1 million units; considered a commercial failure .
Marketed as a portable table-top console Displayed stereoscopic 3D graphics Plays red monochrome games from ROM cartridges Sold , units; considered a commercial failure .
Displayed graphics via a headset; the cartridges contained an LCD screen which the headset reflected from a transparent viewing screen. Plays red monochrome games from ROM cartridges Version that plays color games named the R-Zone Super Screen released in Version that did not use a headset named the X.
Xtreme Pocket Game; games were instead reflected onto a mirror on the console itself. All known released games related to board game Go Plays ROM cartridges.
The idea of streaming games like Red Dead Redemption 2 to a new portable PlayStation console is mouthwatering.
As T3 has reported over the past few years, both at the Tokyo Game Show and at E3 , the current Xbox One X versus PS4 Pro -style internal hardware war each console generation seems to be becoming less relevant, with both Microsoft and Sony investing heavily in streaming technology and services just look at last year's big play by Microsoft with its Xbox Game Pass subscription service to help them transition seamlessly into a cloud-based future gaming landscape.
When you partner this with the insanely positive reaction by gamers to the portable Nintendo Switch console, which shows full-fat portable gaming experiences are very, very much in demand, it leads to the obvious conclusion that a new 5G-equipped PSP, a console that in its original incarnation was both much-loved and financially successful, is a very real possibility that could be realised far sooner than anyone thinks.
Here's what he had to say:. Nintendo has redefined expectations. The console is the portable. No one is going to tolerate compromised ports, bespoke file formats or unique UIs.
Ah, the joys of PS Vita's bubble menus. Then we spoke to Richard Stanton at Kotaku UK , who said:. The company's support for Vita has now dried up, and then-CEO Andrew House said last year that there wasn't 'a huge market opportunity' for handheld gaming consoles anymore.
So I'd be surprised to see Sony looking at portables again so soon. Players increasingly value convenience, whether that means taking it on the bus or being able to play when someone else is using the main telly.JP : April 21,  NA : July 31,  EU : September 28, Bedienungsanleitung Doro 8040 Stringer Kevin Kelleher. July 25, Sony Interactive Gute Slasher Filme SIE Worldwide Studios. Nintendo Life. Bend Studio Guerrilla Games Insomniac Games Media Molecule Naughty Dog Polyphony Digital Sucker Punch Productions. Quirk November 20, Telegraph Media Group Arcor Hotline Störung. All Media Peeky Blinders. JXD devices Pandora DragonBox Pyra Nvidia Shield Portable GCW Truly Madly Deeply. Users must purchase Skype credit to make telephone calls. This article is about the handheld game console. The PSP was released in North America on October 14,in Japan on October 16in Europe on October 17Housefull 2  and in Australia on October Retrieved February 21, The best iPhone games currently available February