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The XGP (Extreme Game Player) was a concept portable video game system created by the Korean company GamePark as the follow-up to its GP32 handheld. Initially announced in 2005, the XGP was finally announced in March 2006 along with the release of the similar XGP Mini and the XGP Kids. The company went bankrupt before releasing any of the models. Since Gamepark declared bankruptcy in March 2007, the XGP will not be released. This left GP2X—created by splinter company Gamepark Holdings—as the only successor to the GP32 to make it to market.

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  • La XGP (pour eXtreme Game Player) est une console de jeux vidéo portable créée par Game Park.
  • XGP(eXtream Game Player)는 게임파크에서 개발 중인 고성능 차세대 휴대용 게임기이다. XGP 제품군은 XGP 바 타입(가칭), XGP 스위블 타입(가칭), XGP 미니, XGP 키즈(Kids) 등 4가지다. 게임파크는 2006년 5월에 열린 E3에 XGP, XGP mini, XGP Kids를 전시했다. 2006년 11월 지스타에서 GP KiDS(XGP Kids에서 명칭 변경)를 전시했다. 2007년 12월 말, 게임파크가 금전문제로 폐쇄되면서 개발이 중지되었다고 게임파크 홀딩스 관계자가 전했다. 그리고 2009년 다시 겜브로스로 부활하면서, 2009년 겜브로스사에서 부활시켜 nXGP라는 이름으로 본사에서 개별적으로 개발중이다. XGP kids는 디자인 변경은 거의 없는 상태로, 딩키(Dinkii)라는 이름으로 개발 중에 있지만, 관계자의 말에 따르면 출시일은 아직 정해지지 않았다고 한다.
  • XGP – przenośna konsola gier wideo koreańskiej firmy . Jest ona następczynią . Pierwszy pokaz odbył się w 2005 roku, a ostateczna premiera miała miejsce w marcu 2006 roku, wraz z XGP Mini i XGP Kids. Losy XGP, XGP Mini i XGP Kids, w związku z ogłoszeniem bankructwa przez firmę są nieznane.
  • XGP var en konsol som utvecklades av Gamepark fram till dess att företaget gick i konkurs den 3 mars 2007. XGP är även namnet på mindre och något enklare konsoler som ingår i samma serie, de mindre varianterna heter respektive . Gemensamt för de tre konsolerna är att de alla har en processor av ARM-typ samt använder sig av Secure Digital-minneskort.
  • The XGP (Extreme Game Player) was a concept portable video game system created by the Korean company GamePark as the follow-up to its GP32 handheld. Initially announced in 2005, the XGP was finally announced in March 2006 along with the release of the similar XGP Mini and the XGP Kids. The company went bankrupt before releasing any of the models. Since Gamepark declared bankruptcy in March 2007, the XGP will not be released. This left GP2X—created by splinter company Gamepark Holdings—as the only successor to the GP32 to make it to market.
  • XGP es una de las sucesoras de la consola portátil GP32. Estaba siendo creada por , pero ésta se declaró en bancarrota a finales de 2006,​ por lo que la consola probablemente no sea lanzada nunca. Los únicos datos conocidos son estos:
  • XGP (англ. Extreme Game Player, рус. Экстремальный игровой проигрыватель) — концепт портативной системы для видеоигр, созданной южнокорейской компанией в качестве потомка их портативной системы GP32. Первоначально анонсированная в 2005, XGP была окончательно анонсирована в марте 2006 года наряду с выпуском схожих систем XGP Mini и XGP Kids. XGP позиционировалась как один из двух наследников портативной консоли GP32. Другим наследником был GP2X, созданный , независимой компанией, отделившейся от Game Park в начале 2005 года.
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