Sony PlayStation Portable go

73
Global
Score
73

A dependable product that doesn't really stand out from the competition.

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Gizmodo says:

If you see just the DSi as the PSP's competition, the Go's updates seem pretty substantial. But compared to the advancements in PMPs and smartphones as of late, it's just very difficult to sit in awe of the Go's inelegant hardware and clunky software.
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Breakdown

Game library
5.7
Graphics
8.3
Battery life
7.7
Portability (size / weight)
7.4
Durability
8.0
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Specs

PlayStation

Game format
Downloadable
Direction control
D-pad, Thumb stick
Online features
Multiplayer, Voice chat, Store, Browser
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Specs

PlayStation

Game format
Downloadable
Direction control
D-pad, Thumb stick
Online features
Multiplayer, Voice chat, Store, Browser
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