The PSP Go is a solid handheld option in latest hands-on test. The display unit at E3 was very thin and light (3.8 ounces) as shown in press release media. The unit is smaller and looks better in person.
what angle do your thumbs have to contort in order to actually have them on the dpad/buttons while not just holding it by the very tip? It looks awkward to me.
I just refuse to pay $250.00 for this. The tech just isn't that far ahead of the PSP 3000. If my PSP 3000 breaks, I think I'd get another one vs buying this one for $80.00 more.
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