Welcome to "Morning Hangover" — an excellent way to start your day with the crew at TheFeed…no matter what you’re recovering from. Every morning you’ll hear musings from two of TheFeed’s editors and have the chance to share your thoughts on what’s going on in the gaming world. So buckle up, throw a Pokeball at the new week, and keep reading!
: Now that Tokyo Game Show
is over and done with for another year, I’m sure you’ll be hearing a lot of expert analysis from video-game journalists, bloggers, analysts and other blowhards. But you’ve seen the coverage: What do you think? What was the most exciting part of the show for you? What’s the biggest letdown? Has your gotta-get-these-games list changed because of what you’ve learned?
: Sony latest spin on handheld gaming — the PSPgo — hits stores this week. Eschewing UMDs for digital downloads, the PSPgo is a bold product — not just from an industrial design point of view, but also for being an early representative of gaming without physical media. Everyone knows that digital distribution is the future of games; it’s only a matter of time until the final bell tolls for discs. Is the time right for the PSPgo? Are gamers ready to go all digital? Or is the product hitting the market too early? More importantly, are any of you going to buy a PSP go this week? Why or why not?
Be sure to check out all of G4tv.com’s PSP go coverage hitting later today (awesome stuff just minutes from now)! [Uses TV news voice] Reporting from Yokohama, this is Raymond Padilla, G4tv.com (always wanted to say something like that).
TheFeed gang wants your thoughts on gaming, tech, the awesomeness of Brett Favre, and more. Let everyone know what you’re thinking and chat it up with your fellow readers. Leave comments on anything and everything that’s on your (gaming/tech/nerd) mind! The reader with the best comment will share a Pokeball with Brian Leahy!