sadly it is not a touch screen and the difference between the psp and the psp go is just like 2 things
1 it can slide up and down
2 i think you maby have to download the games
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
No, Playstation Vita is the only portable Playstation with touchscreen. This is a Playstation Portable it does NOT have a touchscreen interface. Playstation 3000 has better reshaped buttons than the 1000 and 2000 model series, more colors than both, a built-in Microphone, still has an Optical drive for UMD (PSP Universial Media Disc/PSP Game Disc) and still requires a Memory Stick Pro Duo to store game data or digital game and or movie purchases. The PSPgo, if you've already noticed, has a complete redesign. The controls have to be slid out from behind the screen, has new leave the game mode and hop back in without leaving your place. Pretty much the same except that it requires you to download all your games because it does not have the UMD Drive, so not every game that was ever available for PSP is going to be available to you for that unit. It does come with a 16GB of data which holds quite a bit, but for me I'd run out quickly. It does have a memory unit for more storage, however; it is the same proprietary mini stick pro duo that the Playstation vita now uses (which can be expensive 4GB $20, 8GB $35, 16GB $70, and 32GB for $100). The PSPgo also has bluetooth unlike the main units did and allows you to connect to the internet through a phone.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
No, it is NOT touchscreen. The PSP 3000 can use physical (UMD) games while the Go has no UMD slot (you download all of the games).
answered 2 years, 3 months ago