After having been officially unveiled during Sony's press conference at E3 this year, handheld fans everywhere are eagerly anticipating the sleek, digital-oriented PSP Go. You are, too…admit it.
However, in addition to rumors that it may launch at a price point lower than the reported $250 (which we seriously doubt, by the way), it also seems Sony will have a firmware update ready for the unit's North American October release. According to Eurogamer's Digital Foundry , this update will feature "new options and tweakables," which focuses mostly on the settings area in the XMB. Here's a list of what revision 5.70 will bring you:
Wow. So Sony is already working on ways to increase the functionality and accessibility of the PSP Go well before it even hits store shelves. Oh, and don't forget that retailer information tells us you'll receive a voucher for a copy of Rock Band Unplugged , which will certainly make that $250 price tag easier to stomach. We'll bring you more information on update 5.70 if necessary, but you should find everything you need to know at the above link. They break it down detail by detail.