PSLS writes: For those of you who have been wanting the digital-download only, ultra-portable PSPgo, but aren't looking to break the bank, we've got a deal for you.
Hey, maybe I'll finally buy one......maybe
Now if I only had the money..
I picked mine up at the original price and definitely don't regret it. A definite upgrade from my PSP-1000. Though I could never part with my PSP fat, it holds a special place in my heart.
at this point in time I might as well just wait for the PSP2. Still on my PSP-1000 and I don't want to feel like a dumbass buying an Apple product where I would buy the Go just to hear a new model, possibly PSP2, comes out a few months later. There are just too many damn PSP-4000, etc. rumors to feel confident in a new PSP purchase.
You do realize that there is always something better just around the corner, don't you? It's not limited to Apple and their line of products. How many different PS3 SKUs have been released with different hard drive sizes? I'm sure a lot of people regret buying 40GB or 80GB models now that 120GB is the minimum and it's cheaper.
and you completely missed my point...
@butterfinger different PS3 SKUs with different hard drive sizes don't make one SKU better than other, just with more or less HDD size The PSPGo is a Good Choice even if it doesn't have a UMD Drive, but at this price definitely is more Appealing Gamers FTW!!!
No, I see your point, it was just a stupid point that could be applied to pretty much every consumer electronic ever made. If I was you, I would hold off on buying anything until a company comes out and says it is the absolute final version of whatever device you are looking for. @sikbeta - Different HDD sizes don't make one SKU better than another? That is pretty moronic, especially since they up the hard drive size and keep it at the same price or $100 cheaper. If you don't think that there are people that regret buying 40GB or 80GB PS3 for $400 in 2009, you are absolutely in denial.
That's a more palpable, though only a bit more...Still, I am now very tempted. But why $209? C'mon just make it $199.99, I bet even MORE people would bite at that price.
I may just get one to put play my ps1 games n the likes when the price goes down a bit more
I wouldn't pay 200+ when there are better deals to be had. Hell...sign yourself up for a SONY Card get if for 199 any day of the week if you insist. http://www.sonystyle.com/we...
better price but still a bit too high for me
I don't regret buying it. It's a quality handheld, but it is expensive as can be. Only thing I want changed is for more old releases to come to the psn, I reaaallllyyy want the star ocean remake. Also, some psn released games are messed up. Silent Hill 0rigins had problems with the cutscenes (they were all cut short) and it took a month or two for konami to fix it, and they weren't even aware of the problem, only reason it got fixed was because people were emailing their customer service department about it. The grand theft auto games are also riddled with problems, I wanna get vice city stories but I hear the framerate is a complete mess. Stuff like that is completely unsat because psp go owners don't have a choice to get the umd version.
Who even refuses to buy a PSP go not only because its cheaper, the games are cheaper, and you do not always have to rely on internet, or lack of space, or all of those things... but just like the design of the old PSP's than the PSP go?
naw your not the only one.. i love my 3000. i dont use it enough to warrent an upgrade though, and even if i did it would be a bigger memory stick cause when i put the few games ive bought digitally its nearly full and i have a 4gb stick in it
and I really have enjoyed it over my Slim. Being able to use my cell phone to go online is a definite plus since I can literally do remote play to my PS3 from anywhere.
How about they add a camera with flash to it, then BAM bye, bye Birdie. I don't really think it'll move more units. I hope it will though. Don't really care but I hope it sells.
I have both PSPs and the PSPGo is 1000x times better by the simple fact that you can hook up your DS3 to your PSPGo. PlayStation Classics play so much better this way. Normal PSP games don't normally use the L2 and R2 buttons so it doesn't matter much, but the DS3 controls are easier to manage then the PSPGo's controls.
I'll get one at $179.00
I love my PSPgo, it actually fits in my pocket so I take it everywhere now. Of course, all I can play is Monster Hunter Freedom Unite, my PSPgo refuses to play anything else. I think it's plotting something...
If you keep constantly checking in Amazon, the USED and NEW section, sometimes you'll see offers like 150 dollar pspgo's with two downloaded games, 170 dollars for some extra stuff. You can definitely find a cheap PSPgo in the net, you just need to know where and have the patience for it.
Even at the $249 price. This is a hell of a steal!
come on sony the psp go could have been a success if you allowed gamers to download games for free they already owned.
once it gets hacked the sales will go up way more than with a price drop
I don't get the appeal of hacking your PSP.
if u knew wha it can do u would know its a true gamers dream
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