Pspworld.com writes: We know the type, because we do this ourselves: you rush out to buy the latest gadget, sometimes even waiting in line at midnight with a bunch of other geeks. For a few months, you and your gadget do everywhere together: the mall, the movies, even to class. But after a while, the love affair starts to lose its lustre. Maybe a newer, glossier, thinner or lighter version is revealed (Apple and Nintendo are the worst offenders here). Or maybe you feel like you've simply outgrown your silicon-and-lithium-ion crush.
This happened for a lot of people who bought PSPs on day one – massive hype led to massive disappointment a few months later as a library of hit games failed to materialize. When the PSP-2000 launched last year, bolstered by recent releases like Daxter, Portable Ops, Siphon Filter, Crisis Core and God of War, it happened again. Once the initial burst of releases wore off, we faced another software drought in North America, this one worse than the previous decline.
Now Sony is back with yet another hardware revision, a lineup of interesting looking games, and a new strategy to woo gamers back to their little handheld that almost could. We think they finally have a winner on their hands, and to prove it, here are 5 reasons why you should own a PSP in 2009: