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    PSP Go

    Anyone on here got one as I am wondering what they are like compared to the PSP? thanks.

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    my mate bought one not so long ago. He sold it about 4 weeks later...

    they look good on paper but its the hassle of having to download the games on to the go as it doesnt take discs or anything.

    imo i think the PSP is far better, especially when you do the pandora battery mod

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    as above, its a great idea, lighter etc.

    but buying and downloading games, then you cant trade in, buy preowed or even lend games.

    I have the very first PSP, my son has the PSP lite, and both run great

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    I dont really like the sound of having to download the games. Shame really, as the old fashion cartridge idea was so much better.

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    PSP go failed in a big way
    http://www.slashgear.com/sony-psp-go...sales-1277536/

    Japanese sales figures aren't isolated to Asia either.
    Just get a normal PSP with hacked firmware. Then you can convert your current PS1 games to PSP format and play them easily, last time i checked (which was years ago tbh) you couldn't do it with the standard firmware. There's not that many decent PSP games and very few new ones ever seem to come out, hence why mine was mostly used for playing the PS1 final fantasy games

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