Simple question: Is the PSP a success? Take into account the totality of things. Did it succeed financially? Commercially? Did it live up to Sony's expectations? DId it provide the type of games that justified its existence?
Consider the PSP's competition. Consider the PSP's legacy. Consider the PSP's obstacles. Consider the PSP's contributions. Consider all of this and tell me if Sony and the gaming world are better off with the PSP on the market. ... Yes, that looks familiar. I decided that I should make this thread for the PSP, so I did.