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 Dec 10, 2004 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* PSP Attacked by Iwata

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Couldn't decide whether this news was Nintendo or Sony news... decided on the latter.

Nintendo's President, Satoru Iwata, has issued a major slam upon the new Nintendo DS's rival console, the PSP.

After slamming the PlayStation firm for its ?lack of understanding of what modern consumers, using a handheld system require from its software,? and its ??naive belief that home system software comprises the same elements as portable system software,? Iwata took one of the boldest shots at SCEI anyone has taken for some time.

?PSP has been created with the assumption that the golden success formula is still working. We don't believe that," Iwata said to assembled foreign press. "We're making every effort so that people will say we were right. We're focusing on our market, ages 5 to 95 whereas Sony has decided to target a very specific demographic.?

The SPOnG article, meanwhile, is penned by a real Sony partisan who attacks Nintendo in commentary.

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