Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Psp Go

People seemed to hate this thing. I decided to give it a chance.
I had a psp 3000 or whatever it's suppose to be called. I loved it. Apparently, someone loved it more than me and stole it. Now I wanted a new one and I wanted a way to physically harm who had taken it, but since a psp go is cheaper than a hitman I decided to go with that.

Well first, I need to say I'm happy to see the UMD disappear. No more carrying around games like back in the pokemon days. Being able to load up a new game without trading out discs. Although I do miss pretending I'm loading a pistol when swapping. I like the smaller size. That means I can keep it in my pocket without looking like I had a t.v. remote jammed into my pants. The screen is a bit smaller, something like 1/4 of an inch smaller, it didn't bother me. And the battery life seems to be lacking, but that doesn't get to me too much because I don't plan to be sitting in a dark room, clenching onto a liter of mountain dew and bag of cheetos puffs going for that ultimate gaming marathon. Why cheetos puffs? Because they're damn delicious.
I think the go is a good system. The next psp can only get better.

11 comments:

  1. Check this out:

    Go to Gamestop. Buy a USED psp and some USED games. Play the fuck out of em. Return the merchandise for a FULL refund within 30 days!

    You can enjoy the PSP without killing your wallet. You'll have more money for hookers and weed!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Hmm. Yeah, UMD was a problem, But I dislike downloading everything >:
    Still won't buy the PSPgo, I had the PSP 2000 and didn't play it all that much.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I've never had a psp, I've always preferred nintendo :D

    ReplyDelete
  4. when i was a kid I love to pretend loading a shotgun while changing battery of my gameboy.

    I have a old psp, never deceived me

    ReplyDelete
  5. Ooo interesting. :) Followed!

    ReplyDelete
  6. I've never owned any of the playstation portables, but I'm definitely looking forward to the newest one

    ReplyDelete
  7. Smart phones are almost killing portable gaming devices... Keep posting!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I like PSP but have never had one

    ReplyDelete
  9. I agree with Charles. I really think you'll see a shift away from PGD's very soon.

    ReplyDelete
  10. THe only reason why I want a PSP is because i'm a HUGE phantasy star fan and I want PSP2:i before PSO2 comes for the PC. Was thinking about the go, but I really don't like the no umd thing

    ReplyDelete