From the very start, Sony’s PSP Go looked like a non-starter. The handheld game machine cost more than previous PSPs, lacked the ability to play disc-based games and struggled to get retailers to stock it. [More]
On Thursday Sony releases the PSP Go, its fourth iteration of the handheld gaming device in as many years. In a move to counter used game sales that conceivably eat away at game publishers’ bottom lines, the smaller, lighter, $250 PSP spurns the system’s Universal Media Discs in favor of downloads.