remanutd5 wrote:hey dont start with that crap please , the PSP GO is more portable but its still a playstation just like the others ,its true that there isnt alot , i mean a lot of games on PSN but there are the Metal Gears , The grand theft autos , FF Dissidia , the Monster Hunters , Valkyria Chronicles , LBP, the Syphon Filters , the Wipeouts , GT , Motorstorm , ModNation , the Hot Shots , the Patapons , The Locorocos , etc , etc , theres plenty of games on PSN , true that theres no Crisis Core , Kingdom Hearts and a very few others stellar games but for the most part i would say theres a good portion of the best the system can offer on PSN already or just because i dont play Crisis Core , Kingdom Hearts im not a hardcore gamer like you ? lol please , dont start that crap here my friend i have GO and im a gamer ( not casual btw ) and i have a pretty decent PSP GO library already , to the OP its best for you to try the GO in your hands to see if you feel comfortable with it and take a look at all the games that are on PSN already and future releases ( there might be a game that you desperately want to play and its not on PSN yet so that could be a good decision to get the 3000 )
The Go is usually best if you never owned a PSP before. You just can't sell the games ever, but that's okay.
Even if u have never owned a psp its nice to have access to all psp games. Go would be better for the music and moveis buffs that want to game casually
Down, fanboy, down! *hits over the head with a rolled up newspaper* Bad boy!
3000= larger screen + ALL PSP games + needs memory cards (use the extra money from the lower price to get one) + combo packs w/ different color PSP's + may need to carry UMD's + DD compliant
go= smaller screen + fewer PSP games + built in memory + only 2 colors + DD only + blue tooth