Cnet: It's the portable gaming debate that will never go away. Can Sony's all-download, UMD free PSP Go gaming heldheld take down the Nintendo DSi?
I made a blog about this a little bit ago. http://www.n4g.com/NewsPend... Not sure if mine is anything like theirs but it is worth a read.
There's no need for comparisons. Both handhelds are great.
I think that was a very good comparison (although I don't agree with the outcome). The only thing that was a little questionable was the fact that he didn't mention the PSPG is not really for current PSP owners w/ decent UMD libraries, but for that handheld fan with an appetite for more "hardcore" games and great graphics. But really overall, this was a great review effort put forth by C|Net. Did I just say that?
Its hard for me to pick favorites. I choose both.
DSi by far.
The DS lite is better. Nintendo should not have removed the GBA slot.
DSi by far the worst. Fixed! ;-D!!
Both are great. Sorry, but if it was up to me (which will never happen lol), I wouldn't be able to choose. They both offer incredibly different (and amazing) games and features. Why limit yourself to just one handheld "type"?
...Money? why waste the the money of more than one handheld? I can barely see myself playing the DS let alone finding a reason to have PSPGo to boot. I have cool tricky phone that can occupy my time when not at home.
...Money? why waste the the money of more than one handheld? I can barely see myself playing the DS let alone finding a reason to have PSPGo to boot. I have cool tricky phone that can occupy my time when not at home. ....Wow...double post....I rock!
I agree but these reviews are silly. The PSPGo has two major issues.
I'll keep my old school PSP.
PSP Go is freaking stupid no backward compatibility wtf? and the price could get you a Wii.
I've had both the PSP 1000 and PSP 2000 and have sold both and now I'm an owner of a Go. The Go offers me all that I need. -Stellar gaming -Great Wifi -Huge storage (32GB) -Movie/video player for road trips, ect -Music player - I don't have an Ipod. Also has internet radio. -Bluetooth so I can link up my headphones or tether it to phone to access the 3G/4G network when I'm not in a wifi spot. The Go really does a ton more than the DSi. Once again Sony's device is more of a multi-use machine rather than a 1 trick pony. And as far as comfort, the PSP Go is the best comfort yet out of all the PSPs.
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