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    I've got £80 to spend and i was gonna buy a replacement for my psp 1000 which i lost and i saw a psp go for 79.99 and yes it is hacked so it can play iso files etc etc . so shoud i buy it?
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    No! Psp.go is rubbish!!
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    no save and go travelling lol
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    Nope save up get PS Vita or just don't spend. Something will happen (new game come out, night out, sports gear etc.) and you really need the money and you will regret wasting it.
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    I would save up and build a PC after I had enough money.
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    (Original post by Hugh-James C)
    I've got £80 to spend and i was gonna buy a replacement for my psp 1000 which i lost and i saw a psp go for 79.99 and yes it is hacked so it can play iso files etc etc . so shoud i buy it?
    mmm i got psp 1003 which i hacked myself with pandora battery you can get a cheap psp 1000 for £50 and do it yourself you can get the battery cheapish too from ebay or amazon. I dont know about the pspgo. But i wouldnt buy the psvita yet as its fairely new and goes over your budget :P
 
 
 
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