If it's crap ... We'll tell you
Sony's newest itteration of the PSP came out this past Thursday, titled the PSPgo. I decided to trade in my original PSP and three of the shittiest games I had for it for this new, sexy little handheld. Let me start off by talking about the controls. The d-pad and face buttons don't feel like mush and have more of a click feel. The analog nub does not feel as bad as people say and feels a little more restricted. The L and R buttons feel about the same. The Start and Select buttons are right next to the analog nub, which will constantly taunt you that they could of placed second analog nub there. The system feels very durable and it doesn't feel like the sliding mechanism is gonna slide off. Having the ability to pause a game and come back to it later right at the point where you stopped is a nice feature. Bluetooth is also a very neat feature. 16GB is a good amount of memory to start off with, but you will most likely end up having to get an M2 memory card. The screen size is smaller, but in no way affects anything. The final verdict about the PSPgo is that you should only get this if you're someone who likes to buy the latest gadgets, a hardcore PSP fan, or a newcomer to the PSP. For everyone else, if you think you must have this, wait until it comes down in price because with no way to transfer your old UMDs to the go and next to no new features, it's not worth the $250 they are asking for.