PSPgo

The $60 pricing model is broken in the retail space, and that's a scientific fact that can be proven with science. It's truly staggering, then, that publishers are attempting to apply that awful model to the digital space, w...
What you are looking at is a piece of art for Super Danganronpa 2. The character is called Mono Bear and he is evil, as you can tell from the fact that he's WEARING A BIKINI OH GOD.  Since the first game never made ...
Alan Wake developer Remedy believes that Sony and Nintendo need to significantly overhaul their portable efforts if they're to compete against the rising popularity of smartphones and tablets. According to executive VP A...
What a strange combination! A patent fro 2009 from Sony gives an illustration for a dock for a PSP Go. This isn't just some charging dock, though. This dock contains a camera that works like the PlayStation Eye, and would det...
PSP owners may be feeling sad that they've missed out on at least seventeen firmware updates since the PlayStation Network went down, but do not despair! Sony has confirmed that update 6.39 is coming soon, and you're all invi...
Sony has announced that it will be offering two free games -- from an unspecified choice of five -- to PlayStation Network members as part of its apology for the infamous PSN breach. PSP users will also have two games, f...
Earlier this week, Sony had confirmed that the PSPgo was ceasing production so it could concentrate on the upcoming NGP. However, Sony Computer Entertainment America apparently still has use for the thing, as it will continue...
Happy Holidays and welcome to the 80th episode of The Destructoid Show! By holidays I'm, of course, referring to yesterday's timely release of Portal 2. What, you thought I was talking about 4/20? First on tonight'...
Yesterday it was pretty strongly rumored that Sony had discontinued the mewling abortion that is the PSPgo, quietly dropping it from production and hoping nobody would notice. Of course, when it was noticed, Sony tried to dan...
It's no secret that the PSPgo was a bloody awful thing. Though the intent was admirable, the delivery was a failure, with expensive hardware, expensive games, and simply less support than previous PSP models. Apparently, the ...
Back when the PSPgo came out it felt like I was the only one excited about it. It was small and sexy. It sold...some. At $250 for what really was a lesser game system that what it was supposed to stand in for, the PSPgo was a...
Square Enix is trying to get the hype train rolling for 3rd Birthday at Destructoid Baltimore HQ today, sending over a "confidential" dossier featuring the bloodiest wedding invitation I've ever seen. The invitation was packa...
iPhone games continue to find their way on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable, as Grip Games and Supermono Studios have announced that it's releasing MiniSquadron as a Minis title in February. MiniSquadron has players...
Most sane people now admit that the PSPgo was a stupid idea, not least for the fact that it cost more than a regular PSP, but could play less games. If a certain PSP game, like Lumines, isn't on the PlayStation Network, then ...
SCEE president Andrew House has confirmed the thing we all knew by now, that physical media will still be an important part of the games industry for at least a few more years. House has also added that digital distribution h...
Ready At Dawn may have made a nice little name for itself developing God of War games on the PSP, but that doesn't mean the studio is a big supporter of the device. In fact, co-founder Ru Weerasuriya believe the thing wa...