Gender: Male Location: In Your Heart Building a Station.
PSP & Pixels
Well I went and got a PSP handheld and came to find out it had been opened and parts were missing so I returned it.
I get another one and 3 pixels are dead.
I don't know what I should do, I just know that it is really bothering me, cause I like my things to be perfect especially when it cost 250$ and I don't spend that amount of money all in one outting normally you know.
So is anybody else experiencing this problem or any other problems with their PSP handheld and if so what are you doing about it?
What do you think I should do?
If you don't mind, could you include your age. I would like to know the age group that is buying this product and to see if other people my age or close to my age have gotten it also.
Gender: Male Location: Chaos.
There can only be CHAOS!
I work at Target, and many people have returned it because of dead pixels. I'm 17, waiting to buy until the $250 price tag drops, because it doesn't seem worth it to get it. I mean, granted, it's cool and all, but it's just like a portable playstation.. and I would rather play my actual PS2 on my large TV screen. But that's just me.
To all of you who actually thought any other company could successfully put out a handheld aside from Nintendo, I feel bad for you. The only game that looks good on PSP is Twisted Metal:Head-On, and that's purely because it takes after Twisted Metal 2, the best in the series. Metal Gear Acid looks decent, and the rest is basically sports games, and besides, I own a Ps2 that plays DVDs, I don't need UMDs.
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