Sony PSP - Now What?by Wootini
Okay, so even if it didn't sell as well as most "experts" were expecting, Sony's PSP had a wicked launch with a slate of impressive titles to choose from. You had a ton of sports games, an unbelievable puzzler, a serviceable action/RPG, a few racers, and a short adventure game. Launch Day was a great day to own a PSP. But now what? The releases are a pitiful trickle now, and I haven't seen a single thing I want to spend my hard-earned cash on. Well, that's not true. I just couldn't keep playing Lumines without risking serious brain damage, so I traded in my Untold Legends and got $20 credit towards Hot Shots Golf, which you may recall I have a positive review to. And I hate golf. But I'm so desperate for another game to play on this damn machine that I'm willing to play Hot Shots. Hey, it's cute and addictive. Even if it is golf. Thank God the PSP also plays movies, because if I couldn't transfer over videos to watch, I don't think I'd use it nearly as much as I am. Hell, I've been considering breaking out the old GBA just because there's a cool-looking RPG that just got released I thought I might check out. Sony, I shouldn't be going backwards here. Once I got my PSP, there's no reason to ever look back at that primitive GBA. Well, except that it actually has some new releases worthy of playing. Because I simply can't keep watching videos until GTA comes out in October. I just can't.