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US: No PSPgo Rewards scheme planned

Sony is not currently planning to bring its newly announced PSPgo Rewards scheme to North America. The service was announced yesterday for European territories, and entitles current PSP owners to three free downloadable games when they upgrade to the forthcoming PSPgo. Titles on offer include Killzone: Liberation, LocoRoco, Patapon and …

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Sony outlines its UMD solution

Ahead of next week’s global PSPgo launch, Sony has revealed that all those who buy the machine will be entitled to three free full-game downloads from the PSP PlayStation Store. The plan is what Sony in June referred to as it’s ‘solution’ to those who wished to upgrade to the …

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PSPgo Converter Cable Adapter unveiled

Sony has revealed a new PSPgo accessory that will make the new handheld compatible with PSP peripherals. The new Converter Cable Adaptor was announced at this year’s Tokyo Game Show, according to Joystiq. It will allow PSPgo users to use such devices as the PSP camera, which is central to …

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AUSTRALIA: EB Games to not stock PSPgo?

EB Games in Australia will not be stocking PSPgo consoles, Kotaku is reporting. The website has contacted EB stores across the country, and each one confirming that the machine is not on their system. The format has been controversial for retail due to its digital-only model, which means stores are …

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HOLLAND: Nedgame shuns PSPgo

Leading Netherlands-based retailer Nedgame is currently carrying a detailed explanation on the front page of its site explaining the many reasons why it won’t be stocking Sony’s new PSPgo – and imploring customers to shun it too. The main reasons cited include the €80 price difference, the inflexible price of …

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PSP Minis will probably come to UMD

New incentives may lie ahead for developers working on PSP Minis. The sub-100MB-sized games may soon end up on store shelves as packaged UMD games, according to Sony. The most successful Minis titles will probably transition to UMD,” said Sony Europe’s Zeno Colaco, in an interview with Develop published later …

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