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 Jul 11, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* DS kicking PSP butt?

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The sales numbers will be interesting to see - but two handhelds with radically different concepts are clashing heavily, and it looks like the DS is winning.

You just can't beat those innovative titles when the biggest "news" for your console is that people beat your "copy protection" and got the thing to play 15-year-old games, Sony.

Wavemetrix, a company that specialises in working out what customers think of products, has released a new report on the Nintendo DS and the Sony PSP. The report, rather shockingly, reveals that the "DS is better than the PSP in every important area." This includes games, quality, screen and value. The report is based on research looking at user opinion on a vast number of internet forums. It seems that while the PSP is talked about twice as much as the DS, it just can't compete in overall customer satisfaction.


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