Digital Spy writes: "Three generations and four years down the line, Sony is keen to keep the portable PlayStation dream alive. It has iterated the device a number of times since its release back in 2005, scaling down the size, brightening the screen and increasing the battery life, but it still kept the same peripheral control scheme and power-hungry UMD Drive.
A series of sweeping changes sees the PSP Go become the smallest and sleekest gaming device the company has ever produced. It's all part of Sony's plan to rebrand its PlayStation line, which started this month with the release of a slim PlayStation 3. DS delves into the short history and promising future of the device."