Excerpt: Although I’m fine playing angry birds on the iphone, I sorely miss the arcade games exclusive to the PSP. Mine was reduced to scraps when I couldn’t get it fixed a year ago and opted for a different console.
Summary: Great device, would recommend to anyone that doesnt mind carrying even more electronics with them wherever they go.
Pros: No more UMDs to lug around, everythings delivered digitally which is a welcome luxury. Wireless connectivity for portable internet and small form factor makes this a welcome addition to your boredom-killing arsenal.
Cons: Yet another device to lug around, too bad they just dont make the PSP a phone already, which is pretty much the only thing its missing. Although you can make Skype calls over wireless, thats not really a feature, just something to show off. The new digitally delivered games are going to be smaller in file size than UMD versions so games are shorter and stripped down, basically for the casual gamer whos niche is already filled with the smartphone.
Excerpt: The PSP Go is a decent product. Compared to the older/ normal PSP, the PSP Go has some critical advantages and disadvantages. I’ve owned the PSP 3000 series so there is something to compare to.
Excerpt: So, you want to continue your video game adventures on the go? There aren’t a lot of choices out there still. After a little research I decided to go with Sony’s newest edition of the PSP (play station portable).
Excerpt: The Sony PSP go is a hand held gaming system. It is light and compact as the screen slides up and down in front of the controls and no disk drive to make it even more thinner. To be honest, I think the graphics aren't as good as the old PSP but they are acceptable and it doesn't lag when playing games and watching films so its decent enough. I find that the PSP is easy to use. The user interface is pretty simple to use with the arrow buttons and X and O buttons.
Pros: Small, Lightweight, Functional
Cons: No disk drive, WiFi isn't all that good to download games over