We Got This Covered outlines the recent price cut on Sony's latest version of its handheld console and what it means for the PSP Go.
LOL, nice title. They tried, they failed and they've moved on, trying to bring gamers second-to-none experiences. It's all part of being a great company!
an original 1000 and a GO. I like how I can buy a game and dl it on both units. The GO is a real convenience for its size but damn you sony for not offering in a trade in/up policy. I'd rather take my collection of UMD's (18) in digital form without it costing me the fortune it was to originally acquire them.
I'm still on a PSP-1000 - never really saw a reason for me to upgrade to any of the newer models.
My first PSP was a Go. I love it. My only beef is that the entire UMD catalogue isn't available for d/l
. And not even a day without playing it. Ghost Of Sparta is next.
never was a fan of the PSP, always been a DS guy
Well that's funny coz i've had so much play hour on my PSP, i rarely touch my DS.
yep same, always preferred DS to the PSP
I like the 1000 when it first came out the quality that went behind building it plus it was comfortable. My 3001 just feels cheap with the silver paint finish and its to thin. As for the Go i tried it out at Best Buy I don't like it its uncomfortable and the lack of UMD's.
and been loving it since day 1. At the end of day, a PSP is still a PSP.
I wish PSP 3000 get a price reduction aswell. Magnus i disagree with u about 3001 feeling cheap. I thought it was a big improvement over the 1000(even though i didnt complain). I agree with u about Go being uncomfortable. And my hands are considered small. I actually thought the smaller screen was a downgrade.
I own a PSP 1000 and 3000 and would've "upgraded" to the Go if they had let me somehow get my collection of UMD games over to it.
I've been a fan of the PSP for a long time. I have the brickhouse-sturdy PSP-1000 and I love it. I love it for internet radio and digital movies as much as I love it for games. It's a great piece of kit. I never purchased the Go. It didn't offer a significant enough value proposition for me to make the change. All of my games are on UMD. I'll buy the next PSP if Sony releases one.
I readed my psp 3000 in when they had the psogo offer on of 10 free games and I love it not having to carry round alod of umds and it being smaller was all a big + for me. I think Sony did miss a trick with the pspgo though if they did a trade in umd offer and not as steep price tag I think alot of people would of traded there older psps in.
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