The PlayStation Portable, or PSP, was a handheld gaming console released by Sony in 2004. It was a significant leap in handheld gaming technology, featuring impressive graphics, multimedia capabilities, and a robust library of games. The PSP allowed gamers to play high-quality titles on the go and introduced features such as Wi-Fi connectivity, which enabled online multiplayer and digital downloads. The system boasted games like "God of War: Chains of Olympus," "Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker," and "Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories." The PSP also supported multimedia functions like video playback, music, and photo viewing. Although it faced competition from the Nintendo DS, the PSP found success and became one of Sony's most popular gaming platforms.