Sony could watch Nintendo's share of the handheld marketplace with a new handheld console itself.
PlayStation boss John Kodera said he sees a future in portable gaming, despite the failure of Sony's previous efforts with the PSP and the Vita ,
In a Round Table Interview With Bloomberg, Kodera outlined the idea that the next level of PlayStation hardware could be closely tied to wearable technology.
Although he said it was "not yet the right stage to discuss specific hardware plans," the PlayStation boss gave further thought to portable gaming
"In my opinion, it's not just about portable console games but also thinking about it (portable games) to provide more gaming experiences and explore what our customers want from portable.We want to think about many options. "
This seems to be the earlier statements from Sony's last PlayStation boss Andrew House, which said the company sees no market opportunity for handhelds.
Following the great success of the Switch and the apparent continued success of the Sony PlayLink system (where users use cell phones as controllers for their devices), it would make sense to see Sony experimenting with more mobile systems.
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This follows news that Sony might follow in terms of publishing classic consoles in Nintendo's footsteps.
In a PlayStation lifestyle interview with Sony Interactive Entertainment's Tsuyoshi "John" Kod it is suggested that Sony might look into the past to deliver content for its future.
PlayStation Lifestyle reports:
"Regarding a reissue edition of PlayStation (PS), Sony Interactive Entertainment (SHE)'s game console, which was released in 1994 and became a global hit, said the Company President Tsuyoshi Kodera: "There's nothing I can talk about at this time."
He also hinted something, saying, "Our company is always digging past assets, and I think there are different possibilities , to do that. There have been discussions (in the company) about what ways there are.
If Sony decides to make a PSOne Classics-equipped device, it could give Nintendo's NES and SNES Mini Classics a run for their money.  The devices became popular in 2016 when Nintendo redesigned its NES Classic Editions sold – since then, the desire for the machines has been insatiable.
This comes after Nintendo has filed a trade mark on it indicates that the company is returning the N64 console.
A trademark application for the N64, submitted by Nintendo and translated from the website Japanese Nintendo notes that the company is dealing with the classic machine, ranging from the software to the controllers and even the console itself.
This brand has been featured in Europe – about one Year – which means that Nintendo now well covers the rights to the N64 and quickly gets involved in the production and dissemination of new iterations of the console (if that's actually the plan).
We've already seen plug-and-play versions of SNES and NES released by the company, and if sold out instantly, we can see they're very popular.
Nintendo has already outlined plans to increase its NES and SNES mini consoles this year, so picking up a third machine at this point does not seem too far-fetched.
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