Sony PSP Go now available



Want to get hold of the latest offering from Sony? It will be one with a gaming slant this time round – the new Sony PSP Go, also known by its model number PSP-N1000. Out in North America a few months after it debuted in Japan, the $249.99 handheld console will target consumers who want to bring their entertainment along with them wherever they go. Currently, there are 16,000 pieces of digital content available for PSP owners to purchase/download over the PlayStation Network, ranging from games to popular TV shows, and this number looks set to grow by leaps and bounds so that the UMD-less PSP Go will have a greater chance of survival. We’re not too sure whether the $249.99 price point will prevent it from selling tons, but we do know there is always a bunch of loyal early adopters who absolutely adore Sony to provide decent sales figures in the beginning. If you already own a Sony PSP, would you fork out money that can pick up a Wii with change to spare instead of the PSP Go?

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4 reviews or comments

Neagle Says: October 4, 2009 at 3:58 pm

I think Sony is a bit behind in the market. There are so many quality emulators that mask as PMP’s whats is Sony’s edge with this unit. It is certainly not the price point nor is it very attractive to purchase ROMS, all be it a bit more legal, from Sony rather then a “free” alternative.

Peter Says: October 9, 2009 at 8:53 pm

What a joke !!! All the investment I have made in my previous PSP games, and there is no way to transfer them to the new PSP GO. Who are the clever gurus in Sony that make these decisions ? Sony – you are dreaming. Why would anyone buy a PSP GO ? Interesting to see that Nedgame has decided to boycott the PSP GO. Sony, you had such a good opportunity to embrace the gamer industry, but through greed & stupidity, you have failed miserably.

sony Says: October 24, 2009 at 8:00 pm
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