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    Default Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3



    There was a lot of hype about the incredibly powerful technology behind Sony's upcoming NGP handheld when the device was first shown off a little over a month ago. One of the biggest pieces of speculation -- aided by the fact that they showed several PS3 demos running on the system -- was that this pocket-sized device had as much power as a PlayStation 3. Sony has now clarified that this is not quite the case.

    Speaking during an NGP panel at the Game Developer's Conference, Sony platform research manager David Coombes explained why having a handheld with the same level of technology as the PS3 would not work:

    "Well, it's not going to run at 2 GHz because the battery would last five minutes... and it would probably set fire to your pants."

    While setting your pants on fire would surely make for a great icebreaker for whoever is sitting next to you on the bus or plane, it's probably not ideal for gaming. Coombes still promised an impressive device, though, noting that the NGP will have four CPU cores and an amount of RAM much closer to the PS3 than the PSP.
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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    NGP is promising a lot. Just the specs alone gives an idea what it might be capable of. I hope this time Sony delivers.

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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    Obviously it wont beat ps3 coz otherwise it wud need AC power instead of DC. But the fact still remains it is downright impressive for a device dat runs on battery power.

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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    Do you guys think it's normal? To show us a super overclocked version of such a tech as the demo piece and not being straight forward about that fact and where they were at the beginning and people weren't paying enough attention? Lol, now see -_-"

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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    ja dekhaise thiki ase. I think the developers themselves also said that it is as powerful as ps3 as far as i remember. In reality it wont be coz it relies on battery power. But ja demo dekhaise oigula thiki ase. The hardware is capable enough.

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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    ja dekhaise thiki ase. I think the developers themselves also said that it is as powerful as ps3 as far as i remember. In reality it wont be coz it relies on battery power. But ja demo dekhaise oigula thiki ase. The hardware is capable enough.
    I hope your right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HusH.§hanny View Post
    I hope your right.
    well they showed actual gameplay videos of Metal gear and Uncharted. Those dont lie.

    And as usual, prothom diker game gula oto bhalo graphics thake na. Pore PSP2 aro matured hoile aro better graphics ala game ashbe.

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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    when you lower the resolution so much, you don't need that much power to acheive same quality.
    The abuse of greatness is when it disjoins remorse from power.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    when you lower the resolution so much, you don't need that much power to acheive same quality.
    and thats why it could run PS3 games.
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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    proud being a sony fanboy. go sony!! sony ftw!!!
    Me= Proud Playstation and COD fanboy forget Microsoft and DICE..


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    Quote Originally Posted by sam™ View Post
    proud being a sony fanboy. go sony!! sony ftw!!!
    SONY is worth fanboyism
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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    Quote Originally Posted by tanveer View Post
    SONY is worth fanboyism
    i think everyone already knew that lol
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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    im still skeptical about the touch screen and motion inputs, felt unnecessary coz ur moving around in uncharted with the joystick but when u have to jump u have to touch the screen. wtf???
    it wud take out the fun from jump n run sequences.

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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    I'm skeptical about this. Most probably this will cost a ton, and Sony has been making bad decisions recently, similar to when they released the PS3.

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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    Quote Originally Posted by shuvin View Post
    im still skeptical about the touch screen and motion inputs, felt unnecessary coz ur moving around in uncharted with the joystick but when u have to jump u have to touch the screen. wtf???
    it wud take out the fun from jump n run sequences.
    Yeah aita amio dislike korsi. But aita naughty dog er design decision. So developer er dosh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orodruinbd View Post
    I'm skeptical about this. Most probably this will cost a ton, and Sony has been making bad decisions recently, similar to when they released the PS3.
    Cost beshi hobe na. Coz chinta kore dekh. Already this year smartphones are coming wid dual core cpus. Next year quad core ashbe. Sony just aktu aage ber kortese. So baki det sathe technological leap ta thik ase. Cell processor abar too much advanced silo. Way too much dat even today it is not fully used. Oita bad decision silo.

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    Still this device is good enough for the next generation and offers HD gaming and thats what matters Technically we are almost nearing the end of the graphics line cuz the only thing that can better current generation graphics is photo realistic or the last graphical step. I hope, thats the case next generation rather than the glassless 3D and upgraded motion controller gimmick

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    Quote Originally Posted by ii Rabbi ii View Post
    Still this device is good enough for the next generation and offers HD gaming and thats what matters Technically we are almost nearing the end of the graphics line cuz the only thing that can better current generation graphics is photo realistic or the last graphical step. I hope, thats the case next generation rather than the glassless 3D and upgraded motion controller gimmick
    3D without glasses and motion controller is the future
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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    I've always been a Xbox fan, but the NGP might win me over just for SONY. -_-" I'm very interested what type of games will be released at first.

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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    Quote Originally Posted by tanveer View Post
    3D without glasses and motion controller is the future
    We already have 3D and the motion controllers but glassless 3D will just get rid of the inconveniency of 3D gaming nothing else. Photo realistic graphics is the answer rather than that everything will be a dissapointment unless they bring in some cutting edge motion controls that change the way we play unlike mediocre spinoffs like ps move Kinect does shows a glimpse of the future but it isnt just good enough, we need something technically better and more conceptual than that.

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    Default Re: Sony Explains Why NGP Isn't Actually As Powerful As A PS3

    Quote Originally Posted by ii Rabbi ii View Post
    We already have 3D and the motion controllers but glassless 3D will just get rid of the inconveniency of 3D gaming nothing else. Photo realistic graphics is the answer rather than that everything will be a dissapointment unless they bring in some cutting edge motion controls that change the way we play unlike mediocre spinoffs like ps move Kinect does shows a glimpse of the future but it isnt just good enough, we need something technically better and more conceptual than that.
    We will see glassless 3D soon. I think Nintendo 3DS has glassless 3D :/ and people are making 3D monitor that doesn't require any glass. And SONY Sharpshooter is awesome
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