So the dust may not have settled quite yet, but the PSPgo has definitely now been out long enough (as in, longer than 10 hours) for us to take stock of the situation.
As with all hardware launches, the PSPgo’s unleashing wasn’t without the odd hiccup, but after the European PlayStation Store was finally updated at around lunch time, by and large there’s not a great deal to complain about.
If you've missed out on the whole thing, allow us to recap on the day’s PSPgo-related events.Sony PSPgo – hardware review
PSP firmware update v6.10 now live
PSP Minis launch in the US with seven games
Where can you buy a cheap PSPgo?
13 PSP Minis available for PSPgo launch
20 PSP full titles released for Euro PSN update
Hero of Sparta (Minis) – first Minis review
How to download PSP Minis from the PlayStation Store
And just in case you've not only missed out on today but on the whole PSPgo thang, here's some background reading to quickly fill in the blanks:Sony reveals PSP Go! price and release date, $250 and October
E3 2009: PSPgo pricing rationalised as a premium proposition
Sony planning app store for PSPgo?
GC 09: PlayStation Network to get 'mini' games
GC 09: Sony talks to Pocket Gamer about PSP Minis
GC 09: Hands on with Fieldrunners PSP Minis
GC 09: Hands on with Hero of Sparta PSP Minis
GC 09: Hands on with Kahoots on PSP Minis
Three free games with European PSPgo purchase
Unboxing the PSPgo
Sony Europe confirms PSN Game Cards for PSPgo
Sony talks PSPgo the day before launch, plays down retailer resistance
Should you buy a PSPgo?
And that's a wrap. Consider yourself informed. Now go and pre-order, drool over or play with your shiny new toy.
UPDATE: We've been busy reviewing some more of the Minis titles so here's where we've got to so far:Hero of Sparta (Minis) review
Kahoots (Minis) review
Bloons (Minis) review
Pinball Fantasies (Minis) review
Fieldrunners (Minis) review
Vempire (Minis) review
Fortix (Minis) review