Simple, accessible games that could be played in short bursts were becoming hugely popular several years ago, and many thought this was going to be the future of the games industry, that this would be the primary way of playing games going forward (as big as mobile is, that last bit obviously didn’t happen).
Every company was coming up with different ways to deal with this paradigm shift, and as far as Sony was concerned, they decided to go with a two-pronged approach. Not only did they decide to go ahead and launch a new dedicated handheld system as a proper successor to the PlayStation Portable, they also released a mobile and handheld console hybrid.
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