Submitted by TheColbertinator 2255d ago | article

Videolamer : Sony Go Media Software

Christian from Videolamer writes "Last night, after getting a hankering to play Wild Arms, I discovered that Media Manager has evolved yet again into a new program called Sony Media Go. The naming of this software is no coincidence, as it was announced and created in preparation for the PSP Go. However, the download page indicates that Media Go is in fact meant to be an all in one utility for managing Sony devices, including the PSP, MP3 players, and Sony-Ericsson phones. To say I was nervous about this revelation would be an understatement. Media managers tend to be some of the least efficient and user friendly pieces of consumer software, and they also get worse the more devices they manage. Considering how poorly Media Manager ran on my PC, I was afraid Media Go would cause it to explode. Amazingly, the experience was the exact opposite." (PS3, PSP, Wild Arms)

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