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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by beegee7730, Dec 19, 2009.
Source: PS3 News
anyway what is PSP 4000?
is it PSP GO? and thanks for the INFO
Already posted http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=197402&hl=
Oh bob saget.
Lol, 4000 already?
Sony saying they aren't dropping UMD's was a big hint towards a 4000.
And a PSP Go is N1000.
No, the PSP Go is it's own series. The 4000 is just another revision of the original PSP like the 2000 and the 3000. Do not plan on getting the newest revision unless you intend to wait for a hack to be figured out.
I would buy it anyway because I kept my 1000 when I bought my 3000 and I would just sell the 3000 to get the 4000.
probably gonna see something later at E3, not right now though...
The odds of Sony releasing another PSP iteration without at least burning out all possible avenues of redeeming the PSP Go is pretty slim. They'd much rather keep pushing the PSP Go as far as it'll go (which isn't that far), then cut their losses and go to another regular PSP model. I mean look at Nintendo. The original DS series is pretty much over. They're all focusing on the DSi and the new DSi XL/LL (the XL is a bigger DSi, right?).
Dang, just can't wait until PSP is over 9000.
Wait a minute...
When that person was leaking info about the PS3, he said that there was a PSP-4000 coming and there was nothing special about it, but everyone said that that would be the PSPgo, but maybe he was wrong there- maybe he was talking about a new model.
Unless it has two joysticks and can emulate ps2 games, I am not interested. Currently the PSP Go is overpriced and does not provide any benefits to early-adopters of the psp series.
the console itself is very expensive but it is very powerful thus more and more iterations wouldnt actually cause much of a difference for old users but as u can see, these days much better games are coming on the PSP so expect to see more new users and hence 4000 being fruitful (i am waiting for an emu eg. JPCSP)
The other thread about this included a link that admitted that it was a mistake on the packaging.