The new PSP Go has so many new bells and whistles, however, electronic merchants are too enthused to learn that the new portal gaming system has a new feature. You can download games and the raison d’être for this system is to bypass the middle guy and sell games online. The Bluetooth enabled device will hog over an hour to download a 1GB game. Sure you’ll save a trip, but download several games you’ll tax your bandwidth if you are on a miser budget with your internet service provider. You will have to stock up on M2 Memorysticks to keep the games. Not bad, you will have to do the whole work now, no more packaging from Sony. Another expense for you. The price of the PSP Go is a bit alarming, considering that it is just $50 shy of the robust PlayStation 3. Do you really need a PSP Go? Maybe not but the advancements will have serious repercussions for gaming vendors and video stores who depend on the sales of actual physical games. This system is for those with disposable cash. You are better off buying a PSP3 which includes Blu-ray DVD playing functions. This campaign is a direct attempt at Apple as they now control the latest app download games. Unlike the robust large files, Apple’s games are smaller in size and operate on a whole different level and are meant for casual gamers. I don’t believe the PSP Go will have that major mass appeal as Apple does. This will sell to the supporters of the Sony gaming systems.