Gavin Cheshire, who is a vice president of Codemasters, told Edge that “Well, speaking as a person who bought a PSP, the problem was that I always thought, because it was a better screen than iPod's, that I'd be doing more with it. But it was such a bollocking useless waste of space; just getting stuff on it was ridiculous. That was its downfall.”
Apparently, the PSP problems at Codemasters extend to the new Go version, which has no removable battery and no UMD drive, with one vice president needing assistance from the customer support department immediately after he bought the handheld.
/// To be honest i bought mine on the promise of the fact i'd be able to use it with my PS3, that turned out to be fail generally thanks to Remote Play being next to useless over public wi-fi. And what happened to using it with PS3 games too, i don't mean as a method to unlock new content but as an extention of the game itself in real time, an example would be using the PSP as a live Pipboy while playing Fallout. The only thing i use it for is playing GT:PSP before that was the Sega Collection. What do you use your PSP for, if anything?