Gallery: Hands on Sony PSP Go

On July 13, 2009, in Gaming, by KLS

First announced a few months back, Sony’s new, more portable UMD-less sliding PSP Go will soon be rolling out in the US and the UK on the first of October. While those in Asia will see theirs arrive a month later. The hands on gallery below was done by the guys at Gamertell

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