The lights are on
was very excited when the PSPgo arrived in the office. I had been
covering the handheld's exposure over the months, and was intrigued by
the prospect of a digital-only device. My enthusiasm persisted as I
contemplated tearing into the shiny box, but held off for the sake of
an epic unboxing video. After freeing the thing from its packaging, I
spent an entire day messing around with it. I downloaded games, videos,
pictures, and played the gamut of titles on the sexy handheld. Were my
expectations met as I explored the market's newest gaming device, or is
the PSPgo a handicapped device with a pretty new coat of paint?
inaugural video review. The PSPgo is first up to bat. I apologize in
advance that my mug is the first face you have to see in full motion on
the new site, feel free to squirm in your chair as you watch my
Email the author Tim Turi, or follow on Twitter, and Game Informer.
Not a bad first video... I certainly look forward to more video coverage from you guys in the future.
And what happened with the sound towards the end? That was weird...
Yeah, Tim's mic started messing up at the end of shooting. It was our old wireless mic kit, and we have a new one we'll be using from here on out.
Wow, I didn't realize it was that small when compared to the PSP 3000.
when playing the pspgo does it feel more fragile than the other psp's.
Do you think that the digital format of games will last very long?
That Assassin's Creed cover in the background is so...crooked. I MUST FIX IT.
I am so not getting this anytime soon.
why doesnt the video work? and talech, go for the ps3
how come videos nevr work :(
it was much smaller than i thougt
that is too coll!!!!!
If I had the extra money to get both I would.
it looks like the PSP go might tank because it does not use a umd
i recommend a ps3. this psp is too small and its download only which are negatives in my eyes
I am pretty happy with this new release. Not because I think this new PSP is cool or useful, but because this spells an inevitable price drop on normal PSP's. Seeing as I don't have a PSP I think this is the ideal time to buy the old (fat) PSP.
I like the design and all, but the fact of the matter is that I don't plan on paying 250 dollars for a hand held console that can't even play disks. I have many UMDs and the upgrade would be a waste of time, and money for me.
im not sure if i should get a psp? i think im leaning towards yes but im still not sure. What should i do?
the system is nice the only let down is that can't watch youtube videos
unless u don't already have a psp DO NOT buy the pspgo especially if u have a lot of umds
Opinions expressed are srtictly of mrolock's and not of gi or any official associates