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61. Posted: Thu 8th Oct 2009 08:23 BST
To further clarify what Token Girl is talking about for those who don't know, the App store is Apple's application store for the iPhone and iPod touch. Here's an example of the price difference for the same game despite possible differences: Hero of Sparta $1.99 on the App store, $6.99 for the PSP Mini version.
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62. Posted: Thu 8th Oct 2009 09:42 BST
I'd rather save my money for Nintendo games. I'd be mad to get into PSP Go online games financially speaking. Sony technology has historically always been poor value for money and just dang too expensive
Edited on Thu 8th October, 2009 @ 09:44 by LEGEND_MARIOID
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63. Posted: Thu 8th Oct 2009 10:29 BST
Thanks Bones, sorry if there was any confusion, but that was what I was referring too. Nintendo also raises the price for their iphone ports as well, so it's not just Sony who are being jerks on this. For example Asphalt 4 is $8 on DSiWare and only 99 cents on Apple's app store, and to the best of my knowledge, is pretty much just a direct port.
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64. Posted: Thu 8th Oct 2009 12:21 BST
Possibly, my wife was asking me about it the other day and we couldn't think of a reason really not to
I don't own a PSP at all, so it's not like I have any UMD's that'll be rendered useless.
I want to know though... is it more comfortable to hold? I had cramps in my hands playing my friend's PSP
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65. Posted: Thu 8th Oct 2009 12:39 BST
The pspgo is very comfortable to hold and the rock band is actually a full version because I am not blocked from doing anything and I am already on the 5th tour in tour mode
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66. Posted: Thu 8th Oct 2009 15:38 BST
So it is the full version of Rock Band Unplugged? Thanks I needed to know that, I'll be glad to get my PSP Go from what I've heard on this website or from people who aren't reviewers! The PSP Go looks very comfortable from what I've seen, especially after playing on a Game Gear a couple of times
67. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 04:28 BST
So I'm guessing that if I had the opportunity to get a new one for 210 tax inclusive, I should jump on it? Even if I have a library of 7 umd games and 4 movies i don't watch that will be invalidated?
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68. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 04:33 BST
Not me. Just not interested in it. It might be a great system but I am not much for handhelds.
69. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 05:00 BST
The game gear's not uncomfortable, it's just heavy and eats batteries. I actually liked that it was a little bigger though, the dsi is too thin and gives me hand cramps sometimes (especially when holding with one hand and using the stylus with the other). That's with my small girl hands too. I think if I had giant man-hands the dsi would cause me major problems.
70. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 05:48 BST
I don't have giant man hands. Can you believe I have boney hands? Anyway, the PSP Go was comfortable from what I remember when I was able to hold it at PAX. I'm not convinced enough to buy one. Personally, I'm going to wait until the inevitable next model with twice as much or more flash memory and maybe a lower price. I have a PSP 2000 and I'm not missing anything from a Go. There's only a few features we can't use and one of which is the pause feature. Part of me actually kind of enjoys trying to beat that level on Prinny to save before my battery dies. If it lasts until I finish that level, I'll have less lives but if my battery dies, I'll have more lives as I've played and become better at that particular level. Plus I'll switch out batteries and not have to wait for my PSP to charge.
71. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 05:51 BST
I don't have giant man hands. Can you believe I have boney hands?
Yes, I can. I guess it's just personal preference. I just get a little fangirly when it comes to the game gear...so much love.
72. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 06:04 BST
Definitely. I wish I still had my Game Gear. Lost a lot of gaming stuff 4 years ago.
73. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 20:22 BST
Bones00: What Happened to them. As for anybody who owns a PSP prior to the go, I understand why you wouldn't want one, but for a newcomer it just seems second nature to me!
74. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 20:23 BST
Get a go
75. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 20:27 BST
castle: I thought I calrified this I am getting the PSP go, look at my Is Gran Turismo PSP Worth It? topic and you'll see!
76. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 20:41 BST
No I am telling Waluigi
77. Posted: Fri 9th Oct 2009 22:35 BST
@Supermarioman I lost a lot of my gaming stuff when I had to evacuate my home state because of a hurricane in August of '05. I saved what I could then had started to buy a lot of the stuff I had lost again. People who come over think it's weird that I have so many games unopened but I try to tell them how I lost them previously and bought them again for my collection.
78. Posted: Mon 12th Oct 2009 01:16 BST
Bones00: That explains it!
79. Posted: Mon 12th Oct 2009 01:22 BST
So who is giving in and buying a PSP go?
Not me. I'm still close to my original PSP.
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80. Posted: Mon 12th Oct 2009 02:09 BST
get a go starboy it will make your life so much better