After finding that forgettable PS2 NCAA Football 10 I was cursing around G4TV looking for something else fun to read. This G4TV Feed editorial laments on the fact that Sony should have skipped the PSP Go and went straight to the PSP2. Never mind alienating the current 50 million or so PSP owners.
While Sony has released a number of new models improving on the screen, battery life, size and weight of the PSP, the company is planning on releasing their most radical PSP design this Fall –PSP go The smallest and lightest version of the PSP, PSP go forgoes the UMD drive for downloadable games but adds 16GB of internal storage, Bluetooth support, and more.
But, does anyone care? I sure as hell don’t.
Like a lot of posts these days, the comments are actually more interesting than the full article content. In the case of the PSP Go, consider it as a sort of PSP-4000 that will hold everyone over for 12-18 months until the PSP2 is ready for launch. If Sony does the needful and launches the PSP2 in 6-9 months, there are going to be some seriously pissed PSP Go owners.