Another Sony PSP Review

Posted: Dec 8 2004, 1:09am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 3:15pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

 
Another Sony PSP Review
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Play-Asia published a detailed review with photos and videos of the Sony PSP portable game console on Monday. Now the other big Japanese Game Console Exporter Lik-Sang posted their first impressions.

Lik-Sang's first impressions besides that fingerprints are visible on the black shiny PSP after playing with it a short time, are load times of Games.
Ridge Racers for instance has the following rather long load times:
From power off to Namco logo and title: 16 seconds
From selecting car/track to start the race: 14 seconds
Exit the game back to car/track selection: 10 seconds

Lik-Sang also does not comment on the battery life of the Sony PSP yet.
Read Lik-Sang Sony PSP review.

Pre-Order of the Sony PSP is also closed at Lik-Sang. As reported Play-Asia also closed their Pre-Order. If you know about a reliable Source to still get a Sony PSP please email us.

Past Sony PSP News:
Sony PSP-1000K - PSP Value Pack
Sony PSP (PSP-1000) Low Pricing Announced in Japan
Sony PSP News: Pre-Order Sony PSP



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