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NEW PSP GO! officially revealed by Sony

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MINANTRA Avatar
7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
Title says it all....
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months ago
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#1
#2
Yawn, about 5 days late mate.

Most people knew about this ages ago.
#3
Pics HERE
#4
#5
iCodd
Yawn, about 5 days late mate.

Most people knew about this ages ago.


Indeed but as the title says 'offically revealed today'
in fact about hour ago or so :)

Cheers.
#6
http://www.forumammo.com/cpg/albums/userpics/10063/FAIL%7E0.gif
[mod]#7
You missed the bus on this by about a week i'm afraid mate............you should have read it here first. :lol:
#8
MINANTRA
Indeed but as the title says 'offically revealed today'
in fact about hour ago or so :)

Cheers.


Wow thanks, It's officially Tuesday today too, need a post for that? :whistling:
#9
looks awesome!
good post! cheers
#10
davieg
looks awesome!
good post! cheers


Yer looks v cool and now that Sony got rid of the UMD and added 16GB of internal storage I think the PSP will become popular again.

Cheers.
#11
iCodd;5382237
Wow thanks, It's officially Tuesday today too, need a post for that? :whistling:


LOL
its official
#12
WOW is that HDMI connection?
#13
http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2009/06/pspgo_main.jpg

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2009/06/psp_go52.jpg

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2009/06/psp_go63.jpg

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2009/06/psp_go48.jpg

http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2009/06/psp_go_deet01.jpg
#14
Cool pics casparwhite!
#15
Priced at $249 USA and 249 Euros Europe.

Which seems to have generated a lot of 'what the hell are they thinking - did they learn nothing from the PS3 debarcle' posts on gaming forums.
#16
that looks awesome
#17
Still only one analogue 'nub' & two shoulder buttons though.

And *still* no touch screen.

And 'only' an 802.11b wireless connection?!?

Oh well... there's always next year.

Who wishes to wager when Universal Media Discs will be phased out completely? :)

BFN,

fp.
#18
fanpages
Still only one analogue 'nub' & two shoulder buttons though.

And *still* no touch screen.

And 'only' an 802.11b wireless connection?!?

Oh well... there's always next year.

Who wishes to wager when Universal Media Discs will be phased out completely? :)

BFN,

fp.


gotta wait for that touch screen but i reckon they may suprise us with a nice oled/amoled screen when they get around to it.....
#19
brawlzzz
WOW is that HDMI connection?



no, its an M2 slot

edit...actually, ive no idea what that is.
#20
Touch screen for media navigation when the slide is closed should have be a priority.

Improved browser and wireless connnectivity should have also been there.

Anyway, did anyone see the Gran Turismo PSP videos, looks pretty incredible, better then most Wii games :lol:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kn5rBftQ1b0&eurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.gtplanet.net%2Fstunning-gran-turismo-psp-gameplay-footage%2F&feature=player_embedded

Good thing I have my CFW slim :)
#21
http://www.blogcdn.com/www.engadget.com/media/2009/06/colorware-nintendo-dsi.png

nintendos $374 offering or send in your own to be harlequined for only $174
#22
Sony has confirmed that the digital games will be the SAME price as UMD games!!!
Cheeky!
#23
it has also just been anounced that you will be able to download games you already own!!!

Son has noted today that they will allow new owners of the PSP Go handheld to download digital copies of games they currently own on UMD, because the drive has been removed from the updated console.

John Koller, PSP hardware marketing director says Sony will create a "good will program" that he compared to "digital copies" that come with Blu-ray titles. The digital titles are free and allow users to playback the movie on portable devices or their computers.

"We'll be unveiling that [program] soon [because] we actually think there's a significant group that will be upgrading from the 1000," Koller added. "In the past, we've seen a 20-25% trade-up factor, and I assume that's going to be the case here. We've modeled that."

There still may be a chance however that users will have to pay a small charge to receive the digital copy, as well as send in proof of ownership via a UPC cut out.
#24
It's also just been noticed that the battery is non-replaceable.
#25
welshworrier
It's also just been noticed that the battery is non-replaceable.


Bummer didnt notice that!
#26
The other things people have noticed is that:

1. the battery life is the same as the 3000 as they've shrunk the battery at the same time as removing the UMD drive - should give 4 to 6 hours of play between charges.

2. None of your existing peripherals work with it as they've now got a different "all in one" adaptor. This includes the GPS kit etc.

3. Having no UMD means you can't borrow anyone elses games to try before buying.

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