While a bunch of the gang was at Tokyo Game Show, the G4tv.com home team played around with Sony's PSPgo. While the potential of the new handheld greatly depends on how well Sony will support it with digital content, there's no denying that the PSPgo's industrial design is a dramatic departure from the original's. Here are four editors' thoughts on how the PSPgo hardware.
Andrew Pfister: The more I hold it, the more I like the Go. Especially the high-set shoulder triggers, which put my index fingers in a more comfortable and natural position than the old PSP shoulders. The D-pad is a noteworthy improvement -- I'm a big fan of the click-clicky -- and I'm just generally impressed with its svelte form factor. It seems more travel-worthy, and it wouldn’t make me decide between it and my DS: there’s capacity for both! If only it didn't cost more than it should, I'd totally buy one to replace my first-gen Japanese import PSP-1000. Too bad!