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PSPgo: “What’s it for?”

PSPgo: “What’s it for?”


Speaking to the Washington Post this weekend, Reggie Fils-Aime, president of Nintendo Of America, decided to go on the offensive with the PSPgo. Calling into question what benefits it offered over other handhelds, he suggested that consumers don’t and won’t know what it gives them that they don’t already have.

Aime insisted in his interview printed yesterday that consumers would be asking themselves, “Who’s it for?” and “What’s the benefit?” and that this uncertainty would ultimately prove difficult for Sony. “I have the utmost respect for all our competitors, but it’s interesting to try to answer the consumer question of ‘What’s in it for me?’ in that product,” Aime explained.

Well Reggie, let us explain it to you. The point of the PSPgo is… well, what it’s for is… that is to say its purpose… Oh forget it.

Washington Post [Via Kotaku]

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  • David

    The purpose of go is reduce the amount of games you have to carry by making them all virtual. The PSP itself is a playstation in your pocket (or at least it would be if they fixed the analogue issue). At any rate I have a PSP, but DS has never had any appeal to me so they shouldn’t be so quick to comment.

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  • Dave Moore

    is that a pspgo in your pocket or are you just pleased to see me?