PSP getting US price cut on February 27
- Posted February 25th, 2011 at 14:21 EDT by Mike Harradence
- 5 Comments
Sony’s revealed that it will be trimming the price of PlayStation Portable to $129.99 on February 27, 2011.
In addition, the hardware manufacturer also confirmed that 13 new titles will be assimilated into the handheld’s “Greatest Hits” and “Favorites” range.
The pint-sized platform launched back in 2005 and has moved 67.8 million units worldwide, and boasts a software catalogue of over a whopping 590 games.
SCEA’s senior vice president of sales, Tim Bender, commented: “The PSP system set the standard for complete portable entertainment and continues to be the premiere destination for gamers on-the-go.”
“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.”
Highlights in the Greatest Hits collection include Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker, Assassin’s Creed: Bloodlines, Dissidia: Final Fantasy and Resistance: Retribution. Meanwhile, the Favorites line-up offers such classics as Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII, Killzone: Liberation and Tomb Raider Anniversary.
Sony’s successor to the PSP, NGP, launches in Japan later this year.
- 9:31am EST - February 25th, 2011
Hm... 130 is good, almost import worthy. Still 280 in Aust.
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- 10:03am EST - February 25th, 2011
thats good but im waiting for psp2
- 4:00pm EST - February 25th, 2011
man right on time knew this was going to happen. when the ngp comes out is is probly going to be around 220 to 250
- 7:52pm EST - February 25th, 2011
220 to 250 without 3G and 300 to 350 with.
- 11:50am EST - February 28th, 2011
Sounds good, I've been meaning to buy a new psp for a while now.
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