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Thursday, 02 June 2011 09:17

New NGP likely to be named PS Vita

Written by David Stellmack
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Could still be an internal codename, some think
Sony is either working hard at throwing people off the scent of figuring out what the name of their Next Generation Portable (NGP) will be, or once again Sony has been foiled at trying to keep it secret.

While many thought Sony would just go ahead and call it PSP2, recent discoveries suggest that Sony might have settled on the name PS Vita instead.  Sources claim that this is reinforced by information on Sony’s developer site, but it could then again be nothing more than a codename with the real name to finally be announced at the Sony press conference at E3.

It seems our sources are split on if PS Vita is the name or not. We will know for sure soon and until then the speculation will continue.


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