We heard this morning that all PSP games will be downloadable by October 1st, save for some third-party games from uncooperative companies. This refers to games that will be released from that date on. But what does this mean for the currently available library?
It's great that the PSP Go will be able to download and store games, but what about those of us who already own PSPs and UMD games? How will we be able to take these with us? Will we have to tote around two systems? Will there be some kind of trade-in or verification system? We all think the PSP Go is a sexy device, but these questions need to be answered before we commit.
This morning, Jim, Colette, Jordan, and I had a lengthy discussion session on the topic. You'll find the transcript below. We hope you'll chime in and let us know what you think about the PSP's download dilemma.
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