Excerpt: Personally the PSPgo is a great device. It is very portable, by it i mean lightweight, sleek and much more compact than the older version of the PSP. It has 16GB of memory built in it which is great for storing photos, music, the games(which you will download via Playstation Network/Store) and videos. Comparing the PSPGo to the previous PSP's, the feel of the go is very..small, though f course because of its design it would feel small.
Excerpt: The PSP Go my son got from Santa quit working a day later. I don't know if this is an issue with the PSP Go or an issue with how he handled it, but he had a regular PSP and played with it for months with no problems. Hopefully I can swap it out for a new one, otherwise I am going to be pretty bummed out about this item.
Psp Go easy to use but games are to high and come out late.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The PSP Go is nice if you are on the go. You have to download everything to it to be able to play. That can be good and bad. For examle we wanted to play the new harvest moon game. It came out on the psp but took a few weeks before you were able to download it on the go. So not all the games come out the same time as the psp. The controls are good and it is more compacted than the psp. The go has a nice screen to. It just seems like they are not supporting it that well.
This system is very lacking and needs improvement.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The new playstation portable platform, the psp go, has taken the name of the worste released playstation device for the past few years. Partially because the games can only be downloaded and the list on which users can download games is extremely low. Sony hyped the playstation store a bit to much and promised gmae titles from October of '09 and ongoing will games appear on the playstation store yet gamers haven't seen popular titles that have been anticipated for months...
Sony has done it again, and I don't mean it in a good way.
9 September 2012
Excerpt: The PSP Go has brought a new display to the handheld world of video gaming. I am not a fan of the PSP GO, however, because for the price of the product you do not get enough to make up for how little you could spend for the original. On the plus side: A. The PSP GO is one of the slimiest and smallest of the handheld video game console available. B.
Excerpt: If you have the money for this thing and still want a PSP in general, just get a regular psp3000 or something becuase psp go's are relatively PRETTY WORTHLESS First of all, you cant use any of the regular UMD discs with this thing because all the games must be bought through the PSP store. This isn't that big of a deal in one sense, except if you already own a psp, you cant use the UMD discs already. Furthermore, this thing is hecka small.
Excerpt: The PSP Go is Sony's latest PSP model. What makes this model different from the other PSP consoles is more in aesthetics and functionality, rather than upgraded hardware. The PSP Go has a sliding form factor unlike the old PSP consoles. Also, the biggest change is that the PSP Go does not play UMDs. Instead, sony chose to integrate 16GB on-board memory and have users purchase their games through the online store.
Excerpt: The Sony Playstation Portable PSP Go Console was thought to have been the next big thing upon its release just a couple years ago. Well, as someone who has owned this pricey piece of technology throughout that time I can honestly say that it's not worth its price tag and definitely not worth the hassle. At the time it was thought to be an innovative handheld device as it was introducing a form of digital only content and trying to phase out UMDs.
Excerpt: If you're looking to do alot of gaming via download, then this system is right for you. It's connected to Sony's online system so that you can quickly and easily find the games you want and download them straight onto your memory stick. However if you're just a casual gamer, wanting to pick up games from the store and play it on the system then the PSP Go is probably not for you.