Sony recently announced the release of the new PSP Go, a sleeker more advanced version of the original handheld videogame, movie, and video gadget. Go is half the size of the original PSP and built to download and store video, pictures and games. Go devices have built-in wireless Internet and Bluetooth capabilities. The PSP Go will be priced at $249.
I'm a huge gamer. And I happen to have a huge network of friends. It's how I'm able to play a lot of games early on before actually buying them. When you're in a gang of ten people (eight of whom play games regularly) usually there's someone who will get a hold of something within that group. When my friends and I saw the PSP Go for the first time, my thought was, "No one in our group is gonna get that thing." Well, I shouldn't have been surprised when … more
What's the deal with the "PSP GO" anyways? Does anybody understand the logic behind this product? It seems to me that the "negatives" greatly outweigh the "positives". What puzzles me the most is that they actually took away features (like the ability to play UMD games and movies) and then slapped on a more expensive price tag! Also, by taking away the UMD functions... Sony is actually kind of telling consumers that the "UMD" is now … more