Looks like it's my calling to blog this thing. :) I have blogged about video games last year, but now lemme try to give you a more matter-of-factly discussion about different guides with regard to such thing.
I'll start with handheld gaming guides. And of course, I have narrowed down this guide to PSP of Sony and DS of Nintendo. The DS, short for Dual Screen, has two vertically stacked screens (the lower is touch screen) which is very similar to a notebook format. It has a classic standard directional pad; still having A, B, X, and Y buttons along with so called shoulder buttons. However, this Nintendo's console is being phase out due to the arrival of sexy DS Lite. They revised DS into a slimmed down hardware that has the same functionality as the first one but is much lighter and smaller in dimensions. But the good thing is, DS Lite costs as much as DS's price, that is $130. This is relatively cheaper than a $169 PSP (Playstation Portable), which is Sony's entrant to the market. This Sony product sports a magnificent TFT LCD, having a 16:9 aspect ratio and to put it to layman's term...you are like watching a movie in widescreen format. The controller configuration, like Nintendo's DS, is similar to it's original classic console controller -- standard circle, X, square and triangle action buttons along with a directional pad and of course shoulder buttons.
Speaking of controllers, it is one of the necessary stuff to consider in buying the video game console you want. These considerations include but not limited to compatibility, design, system speed, as well as graphics capability. I'll just give you this video game consoles guide link for you to know what kind of system that suits your needs best.
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