psp go

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  1. jman47886

    jman47886 Active Member

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    the psp go is way better then the ipod touch!
     
  2. Slapshot

    Slapshot Well-Known Member

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    I kinda agree. But then I don't. They're completely different systems.
     
  3. CDubby94

    CDubby94 Well-Known Member

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    rofl lol yehahhhh!!!!!11!!!1111
     
  4. samoreg

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  5. Brazilian Rider

    Brazilian Rider Well-Known Member

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    So many people will agree with you since you posted it on an iPod forum :/
     
  6. Rachel

    Rachel Well-Known Member

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    I have both and I almost never use my PSP anymore. The iPod games are so unique.
     
  7. robertf224

    robertf224 Well-Known Member

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    I would have considered buying one of these babies if it was 150 but 250? I can almost get a 360 to play shadow complex on wit that money. I'm fine wit my ps3 though.
     
  8. ShadowsFall

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    Nokia n900 > iPhone 3G S

    No lie! Jesus Christ you really should see how fast it is and all the crap put into it!
     
  9. NomaD

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    for the record. its $280 :)


    but people found out it only cost like $150 to manufacture, so its not gonna be so big :(


    ill stick with my psp-3000
     
  10. Eli

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    Sega does what Nintendon't.
     
  11. Ravenblack

    Ravenblack Well-Known Member

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    I'd rather buy a psp-3000 than a psp-go.
     
  12. 1337brian

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    Blast processing FTW!
     
  13. CaseyLay

    CaseyLay Well-Known Member

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    Agreed. Nokia's been a good phone company for games and such for a long time. Unlike Apple, they advertised it better for games.
     
  14. robertf224

    robertf224 Well-Known Member

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    i may do that. I have a psp 1000 i got when it came out for 250 but its not in the greatest shape now. And its friggen huge.
     
  15. Hmar9333

    Hmar9333 Well-Known Member

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    I don't understand people like you. You have never used a PSP Go, they aren't available yet, so pull your thumb out of your a$$ and deal with it.
     
  16. monk666

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    If the pspgo has the following, i'll prefer it for entertainment over anything Apple will ever be able to do
    - A half decent music/photo/movie manager or support itunes outright (Could be done by 3rd party software)
    - Support podcast (Could be done by 3rd party software)
    - Support internet radio (Could be done by 3rd party software)

    As you can see, if the pspgo system is sufficiently open enough, 3rd party developers will do the job for sony, they don't even need to lift a finger.

    Gaming-wise, pspgo would totally own the iDevices. I mean, comeon guys, look at the iDevices games, there are in no way comparable to psp games if you do not consider the price. I do not mind paying more for psp quality games. Sick of shitty-try-your-luck-under-3-bucks games on the appstore.
     
  17. monk666

    monk666 Well-Known Member

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    Nokia is ridiculously out of touch. The NGage platform is a disaster, SECOND TIME AROUND. They screwed up so bad the first time, they could not avoid screwing up again the second friggin time. Nokia even closed down their worldwide game publishing in north america and move the game operations back to Europe. They are also backing a new open symbian OS and slowly ditching whatever crap they had been working on for the past few years. How screw up can a big cellphone maker get? Well, maybe Motorola can compete with Nokia in terms of how to fail more spectacularly than anyone else when you have the market cornered.

    My friend had a N95 for a year but finally threw it into a pond and brought a 3GS last month.
     
  18. theone1007

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    And while you're at it support Facebook and Twitter along with an app that shows your TV listings and an app that lets you watch TV whenever you have WiFi. Along with a weather app, Youtube app, stocks app, Internet browsing, music support while playing games, etc.

    List can go on and on. Sure PSP may have better graphics and better games, but the iDevices have proven to be A LOT more convenient for average people. I'd rather carry around a phone with 100 games than a game platform with like 5 game discs.

    And if PSP go was so much better than the iPhone, why did it copy the iPhone in the first place?
     

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