PSP gets fresh price cut

Ben Parfitt
PSP gets fresh price cut

Sony has dropped the price of the PSP once again in North America.

From Sunday February 27th the machine will carry an RRP of $129.99 – tantalisingly close to the magic $99.99 mark. The device currently retails for around $169.99.

It was only back in October 2010 that Sony slashed the US price of the digital-only PSPgo, dropping it from $249.99 to $199.99.

In addition, a further 13 titles have been added to the discounted Favourites and Greatest Hits selection which retail for between $9.99-$19.99.

“The PSP system set the standard for complete portable entertainment and continues to be the premiere destination for gamers on-the-go,” SCEA's SVP of sales Tim Bender.

“Nearly six years after its initial launch, demand for the PSP remains strong. This new price point enables us to broaden the PSP platform to a larger group of consumers who are looking for best-in-class handheld entertainment.”


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