The PSP Go!, the little brother of the PSP with a sweet slide-out controller is real, and will be announced this week at E3. Equally real is the PlayStation 3 Slim, although you shouldn’t expect any annoucment on that to come out at E3.
That’s the news wafting around the webwires today. The apparently flash-based, UMD-less PSP Go! will be sold alongside its bigger brother, and will mark Sony’s first step to an all-digital business model, with PSP-Goers downloading all their games.
Which when we consider his track-record: Patapon 2 sold as download only, Resident Evil V 360 bundle and not to mention the PSP Go! – it would seem they have someone very reliable, very deep within the bowels of Sony.
Suspiciously deep in my opinion. Call me a sceptic. No do. Say it. But I think Ars Technica’s mole might well be a double agent, feeding them what the old men of Sony want us to know, to generate some hype.
But that’s hardly important; it doesn’t do to speculate about the speculator’s speculation. What is important is the cool-as-your-gran PSP-Go should be announced at E3 this week, and hopefully go on sale worldwide soon after. What’s that? Your gran isn’t cool? Well mine is.
(Via Ars Technica)