JVN.com wrote "8,000 machines were sold during the first three days of sales, for a total establishment of 50 000 pieces."
Well that is not a bad start at all for the PSPgo.
Yeah, like 800k euro profit in 3 days. Not bad at all. =)
Not great either, the press has managed to slow sony's momentum :) hate on
If you own more then one ipod I dont want to hear a word of crying out of you at all. the psp go is a good system and im going to pick one up later down the line though since I already have to many ps3 games I have to finish. im playeing NGS2 and demon souls right now, getting u2 tommorow, grabbing R&c later tis month and then novemeber im gonna get modern warfare2 as well.
game on brother!!!
I don't hear anyone complaining about the PSPGO, just the price of it. For a little more you could just buy a PS3! That's a problem.
not a bad start
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Thats 8000 pierres who now hold an obsolete piece of technology, never mind they can put it in their cupboards next to their beta max and mini disc player
1. Xbox 2. Xbox 360 3. Zune 4. HD-DVD 5. Windows Vista Soon: Zune HD Natal Windows 7
it's not bad at all, as I remember the xbox sold just about over 1,000 in Japan once or twice or...
I have just been Seeing DOOM&GLOOM stories on the internet for it??? The internet must mean F-ALL then!!! ;-D (Can i say F-ALL on this?) ;)
France.....hahahahahaha hahahahaha hahahahahaha.
X-tards think America is the center of the universe.....hahahahahaha hahahahaha hahahahahaha.
Not as bad as some people wanted it to be.
What people slamming Sony for the Go seem too ignore is the fact that it isn't a replacement for the 3000 in any way-they're still being made and sold like always. The Go is an extra in the line up, no? Just for people who like the newest tech availanle, don't want UMD and want the convenience of total DD with a built in memory system-and, natch, the smaller size and cute design. A real redesign would've had dual sticks for sure but with all the games lined up that was never happening yet. It's also undeniably pricey compared to both the DS and the PS3 in different markets so I feel Sony will be pretty pleased(also as no UMD transfer solution has appeared-which they really need so people don't lose the games they already have)with what it's done so far. I think it's more of an experiment, if I'm honest, to test how ready gamers may be for total DD-and they still have options of cutting the price to come, bundles with new games like PW etc too-it isn't the disaster some would have you believe.
The Go was made to be more portable so that you didn't have to haul a carry case with you. It's a pain when you have an older PSP. You're always having to bag the PSP and 3-4 games just to keep your mind occupied. I want one, but most of my games aren't available on the PS Store yet. My 3000 model will just have to do for now. The biggest complaint is the price, but I think the US would complain less if SCEA would start releasing system bundles out here as well as giving us good deals on systems like they did with the UMD goodwill program in EU as well as getting GT PSP for free with purchase of PSP Go. That would make it easier for me to swallow the price of the system.
8k is pathetic.
you are pathetic fixed
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