Sony PSP Go Repair

The Sony PSP Go was the first handheld gaming console from Sony to feature digital-only distribution of games. Released in 2009, the PSP Go departed from its predecessors by eliminating the UMD (Universal Media Disc) drive, opting instead for internal storage and digital downloads from the PlayStation Store. This marked a significant shift in Sony’s approach to distributing games for its handheld consoles, embracing the growing trend of digital distribution and paving the way for future gaming platforms. The PSP Go’s digital-only model allowed for greater convenience, enabling users to access a wide range of games directly from the PlayStation Store without needing physical discs. While the PSP Go faced some criticism for its lack of backward compatibility with UMD games and its higher price point compared to other PSP models, it represented a bold step forward in Sony’s efforts to modernise its gaming ecosystem.

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Europe's Leading Game Console Repair Specialists


No Fix, No Fee

If we can’t fix it, you don’t pay. It’s as simple as that.


2-Year Warranty

A whopping two-year warranty on all our repairs.


Speedy Turnaround

Our standard repair takes up to 7 working days.


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