Classic Game Room - PSP GO console review

Classic Game Room reviews the Sony PSP Go handheld video game console that plays videogames downloaded from the Sony Network instead of UMD discs. The new mo...

Sony PSP Go console review - Pocket-lint

The PSP Go comes in as another reworking of Sony's handheld gaming platform, the PlayStation Portable. As such it is quite a drastic reworking on the original format, but in essence little has changed.

The biggest shift is the placement of a sliding 3.78-inch screen where previously the PSP saw a straight slab-like device. The screen retains the same resolution at 480 x 272 pixels,...

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