That image is lol.
Good. I hope the Go fails massively hard.
The price in the UK is ridiculous. It’s launched at like $360 over there.
But, guys! I love my PSP[SPOILER]-3000.[/SPOILER]
[quote=“Kumiko”]But, guys! I love my PSP[SPOILER]-3000.[/SPOILER]
And I don’t think anyone would call you out on that.
I have the original PSP. Would be nice to get the video out ports, but oh well. I read the PSP-3000 suffered from a weaker screen than the previous models though???
Some more ghosting and horizontal lines are what I heard.
The pixels were realigned so an interlacing like effect can appear on fasting moving objects
PSP Go doesnt have this issuse
I had a PSP-2000 for about a year. After the Dissidia came out, we had someone trade in the bundle. They must not have liked the game [SPOILER]or stole it >_>[/SPOILER]. So I was being taunted by a hardly played PSP-3000 just as the used price at GameStop dropped.
I took some time one day to compare my PSP-2000 to the PSP-3000, trying to decide if it would be worth upgrading to, especially since I bought my original 2000 used and it’s screen was a bit scratched up. I was aware of that PSP-3000s were prone to dead pixel issues but I didn’t see any issues with the PSP-3000’s screen being weaker.
Unless I’m misunderstanding what you’re asking…
All I know is I’ve had my PSP-3000 for awhile now and love it.