Iv been thinking for a while about getting a PSP GO (maybe for xmas) i had the first psp and enjoyed it but didnt really use it to mych as it was kind of bulky and difficult to carry around all the time. So when i heard about he GO i thought it would be nice to replace my stolen ipod and i could use some of the ps1 classics like C&C and FF7 that i bought to play on my ps3. Also there seems more games now that would interest me,i like the fact that that everything it download for it but he downside to that is you cant walk into GAME and pick up a cheap UMD game and UMD film preowned.
Also the price £225 in GAME with GTpsp seems like a hell of a lot considering you can pick up a ps3 slim for a little more and that has a blueray player.
Anyway the main question i was asking is this :- Does anyone know if there is a demo copy of the PSP GO in any shops in LONDON i dont want to shell out £225 on a handheld games system only to find its Uncomfortble?
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Demo PSP GO????09/10 and 10/11 PSU Forum Fantasy Premier League WinnerLondon Wolves/To Hell We Ride
Most shops I've seen with demo models are firmly attached to gigantic plastic stands that make wielding them normally completely impossible.
From my own experience with it;
- More comfortable in extended play than a DS Lite
- Different feel then phat PSP, but not any 'less' comfortable
I thought it was going to be a finger cramper (I have big hands and bad joints) but i can get in 2 hours of play on it without much trouble.
I know it wasn't quite what you were looking for, but hope it helps anyways. Also, most places have a 14-30 day return policy, so could always just try one out for yourself with some free demo games to see if it works for you and return it if it's too uncomfortable.
Thanks for the reply09/10 and 10/11 PSU Forum Fantasy Premier League WinnerLondon Wolves/To Hell We Ride
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I've used one in store and their fantastic! I really love the clickyness of the buttons. Really professional looking, it really is like an upper class psp.
See, when the PSP 1000 came out it was expensive, but everything was quality. Now the 3000 is out, everything feels cheap. The PSP Go! in my opinion has that quality feel again.
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