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Still not convinced until I get a screenshot.
It all depends, just like a few others have said, are you one to resell your games and what you purchase. I bought the PSP Go because I didn't have that many UMD's around. I enjoy not having to carry many UMD's around, where as with the Go, you can switch from the hard drive. It's not bad, it's just people think of it like so. The PSP 3000 does everything that the Go does, exception being the Bluetooth. If you don't have that many UMD's, it's not much of a problem. As others have said, the PSN and Sony are beginning to listen and putting out what we want. Final Fantasy 7 and 8, Dino Crisis, Resident Evil 2 just to name a few.
The price of software is still a problem with the Go. Why should I have to pay $40 for Badass Rumble on PSN when I can pay $30 for a physical copy at Gamestop?
Been considering which PSP I want to pick up, but it all comes down to the software. The 3000 can play UMDs AND PSN downloads, making it the winner. Also, I have found that it's possible to find UMD versions of games cheaper than the PSN counterparts. While the Go is attractive, its all about saving money in the long run.
Shattered Memories is my most anticipated Wii game for some time.
Consider it purchased. Can't ignore it any longer with that price!