PSP Go or DSi

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Which one is better or you will buy?

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  1. thebigboss14
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    [​IMG] Which one you think is going to be the best one. Think about everything features, versatility, price, company, gameplay, games, contros, comfort, look evrything you have in mind and just say why you think it will be better? [​IMG] [​IMG]
     


  2. Bridgy84

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    Well i am sure the DSi will out sell the psp go hands down. I just like the psp go better than the DSi. I have seen no reason for me to drop my DSl for the new machine. If they would stop dicking around with DSi shop my tune may change. I like my psp 2000 as much as my DSl i just wish it were a little more portable. Well this is the answer to my request. The only thing about the psp go that gets me is the price though. 250 is what i paid for my original psp.
     
  3. tylerxian

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    Preferably, I would choose neither, besides a couple of letdowns and improvements on both of the upgraded hand helds, the originals do the same thing for a lower price. But if I had to pick, it would be the Nintendo DSi.
     
  4. DarkLG

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    Neither for me I'll stick with my Ds Lite and PSP Phat [​IMG]
     
  5. thebigboss14
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    You have your reason thats right and thats the worst thing abot the PSP Go the high price well anyways [​IMG]
     
  6. omatic

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    If I were getting one for free, I'd pick the PSP Go. Since I'm out and about a lot, having a media / gaming machine that's chock-full of distractions (14.9gb worth, without added storage) is worth it for me.

    I'm going off the assumption of no roms / homebrew. If that's the case, I'd choose the DSi.
     
  7. thebigboss14
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    Thats reasonable too. I understand you. Its going to be the same just for bit of differences cons & pros. But theres nothing we can do.
     
  8. thebigboss14
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    uhhhh nice one I didnt thought about it, but you know they both have their cons & pros you know. [​IMG]
     
  9. asdf

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    I don't doubt that the DSi will outsell the PSP Go by miles, but I do think that the Go will sell pretty well. But I'm probably wrong.
     
  10. SPH73

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    PSP Go is a bullshit holder over until the real PSP2 is released next year. DSi is the DS2.

    Everyone should have a DSi, thats obvious. The real question should be PSP Go or the Apple iPhone?
     
  11. kalmis

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    Right PSP2, you shouldn't believe everything you read. You got any idea how expensive it is to develope new hardware? Sony is coming with PSP Go in few months and with PSP2 next year? Right... and I date Megan Fox and drive a Aston Martin btw
     
  12. casidepro

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    psp2 never coming well look at this http://www.engadget.com/2009/07/07/psp2-to...l-original-xbo/ and btw you will never date megan fox, even in your dreams.
     
  13. thebigboss14
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    Well if you put that way from the PSP Go or the Apple iPhone Im sorry I will choose the iPhone [​IMG] sorry PSP Go [​IMG]
     
  14. Guild McCommunist

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    The DSi will be a better seller simply because of of its appeal to the casual market, which as Nintendo has noticed, is a goldmine. And the DSi already has quite the headstart.
     
  15. thebigboss14
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    jajaaja [​IMG]
     
  16. thebigboss14
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    Yeah the DSi had already a good start many but many of them have been sold around the world just in its dawn thats really awesome [​IMG]
     
  17. kalmis

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    engagdet is a truthfully website or it is just like the onion. [​IMG]
     
  19. anaxs

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    dsi easily beats psp go
     
  20. Hop2089

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    PSP Go is $250

    DSi is $170

    DSi wins hands down in price. Who wants to pay 80 bucks more for a system that can't even play the games you already own however it plays the same games except it's download only.
     
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