As was the case with the DS Lite and DSi, when the PSP Go arrives in October it will come with a variety of new accessories that are not compatible with the handheld's previous incarnation.
E3 was positively epic this year—it's like we got brand new consoles from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo, but with the same boxes we have in our living room right now. Here's all our coverage in one handy spot:
In the same interview he said the Wii could live for eight more years, Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata remarked that if Apple and Nintendo "were in direct competition, I would not use a Mac in my presentations."
One year after its unveiling, WiiMotion Plus is days away from locking onto Wiimotes everywhere. Let's get the bad news out of the way: Go ahead and earmark another $80 for Nintendo's coffers.
Matt and I are winding down Gizmodo's E3 coverage, but Kotaku is still Kotakuizing away. Here are some posts the gamers among you shouldn't miss:
It's amazing how badly four light sensors and accelerometers can mock your terrible coordiation. Tony Hawk Ride made it painfully clear that physically inept nerds won't be able to use games to pretend they're faster, stronger, deadlier for much longer.
One hands-on with Project Natal would make for a nice story, but it wouldn't be complete. So we're giving you two full sets of impressions on Microsoft's motion-capturing E3 bombshell.
Who needs swag?
Nintendo, the ball is in your court. But unless Wii MotionPlus floats in a pool, it's back the the drawing board. [E3@Giz]
The SpeakerCom 360 is Nyko's sequel to their original Xbox SpeakerCom, a chatting solution that allows you to hear through a headset or a chest-height-dangling speaker.
Activision is the king of experiences modeled in plastic and color-coded buttons, and DJ Hero's turntable controller might be their best simulacrum yet.