Sony's old gaming handheld is gone from this Earth. The Vita still has a slim fighting chance. But the handheld gaming landscape won't ever be the same again.
Growlanser: Wayfarer of Time weaves a complex and captivating tale, but the combat doesn't pull its weight.
The PSP E-1000 is a new PSP console that's only coming to Europe, priced at €99. But bafflingly, Sony's removed the online capability.
Knockoff versions of video game hardware exist ad nauseam, but even Crave writer Christopher MacManus can't believe the advanced features within this bootleg device.
New blindingly blue PlayStation Portable indicates the PSP is still attracting consumers in Japan.
The Vita is more backward-compatible at launch than Sony's letting on. Here's how to get your PSP games that aren't showing up on PSN onto your Vita. (You'll need a PS3.)
The PSP Go is a sleek and sexy redesign, but its high price tag and some frustrating caveats mean it's not a must-have upgrade for existing PSP owners--at least for now.
If you're not a stickler for sound quality, then the Pelican PSP FM Modulator is a very good way to listen to your system's music and movies just about anywhere. Don't bother using it when playing most games, though.
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Sony is working to bridge a gap between handheld and console titles by creating high-definition versions of some of the more-popular PSP games.
Sony has confirmed with CNET that production has officially ended for the PSP Go, the company's UMD-less portable system that debuted in late 2009. The Go was undeniably sexy, improving upon the traditional PSP's overall design.