The worst kept secret of E3 2009, Sony's PSP Go, is preparing itself for a European launch on October 1st, but it took time out from its busy schedule to visit Stuff towers today so Stuff could tickle its D-pad and compare it to the PSP-3000.
Looks tight. Papa likey.
I kinda wished i hadn't bought my PSP 3000 a couple of months ago now. As long as i can play the games is all that matters.
Congrats... You have the best avatar in all of N4G! Kudos for making me smile!
What an effin ugly console. Ewww
Deff not getting this, i'll stick with my PSP-1000.
It's too expensive. I want one but if only it was priced at LEAST $199 I'd get it. I can buy a wii or 360 for 250.
It may seem expensive, but it provides decent value. If you buy a PSP3000 + 16 GB memory stick, its going to cost you, roughly speaking, $170 + $ 70 = $240; Its not exactly bad value. But your kinda right, the PSP 3000 itself is overpriced, the GO should be priced at $200.
I can see it your way and I agree. I might buy it if I can save enough money. At least I've still got plenty of time before it comes out.
I'm buying one just because I'm a gadget freak and it might include features not on the PSP-1000, but I'll probably still play my PSP-1000 more.
Is this scam still banned in france??
...needed further thinking. Plug in a pair of headphones and the Go won't just slip into your pocket nicely. Not like other portable devices like the IPod which place the headphone socket at one end of the device. Not sure where they could have placed it but its also one of my gripes about existing PSP models.
The PSP Go will let you run Blue-tooth headphones. Wires are old-school.
Sounds more like the way Gamestop would sell them.
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.