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How much are the PSP's and DS's ganna cost or around how much?
I dont believe any prices have been set yet..so your guess is as good as ours.
DS prolly 100$ PSP, 250$? thats what i think theyll do...but its just a guess
That seems like a logical guesstimate...
well first off the ds will cost 150 and psp around 250 i know believe me
You just want to us to take what you say as fact without any actuall quotes, or links? :roll:
the PSP is NOT going to be around 250...they stated themselves they want it to sell *under 200* and they will not make a profit *no more than 229*
The PSP is gonna cost about 20,000yen, which is about £100
they are wrong. that true a money ...... PSP is $185. ..... DS is $195 ........ that's all! 8) u remember that!
Sony PSP - $185-$190 http://psp.ign.com/articles/560/560947p1.html
Nintendo DS - $149.99 http://ds.ign.com/articles/549/549919p1.html
Now stop debating the price =) Making up numbers is not a healthy habit...
As always PBM has his facts strait and his prices are correct but you can also get the PSP bundle pack, full of more beatuiful stuff, for 30 bucks more for a grand total of 219.99$
I got a few questions. How much are the games going to be for the psp besause I herd that they were going to be like 30 dollars and then I herd that they were going to cost like 50 dollars. Do any of you guys no how much they are going to cost? Also will there be a fee for the wireless play or for the mp3 function? Can you guys help me out here? :shock:
If you read any of the psots youd read that the estimated price of games is 39.99 and as for the mp3 there will probbably be a cost for certin things especially if u get your music via sony or...
Minors Get $25 Fine for Adult Games
Minnesota is the latest state to pass an 'Inappropriate Games' bill.
by Daemon Hatfield
May 19, 2006 - It's the hottest trend in state government, and it's sweeping the nation! Following similar bills passed recently in Oklahoma and Louisiana, the Minnesota House has passed its own 'Inappropriate Games' bill.
Proposed by Republican Representative Jeff Johnson, the bill, HF1298, requires retail outlets to put up signs explaining the ESRB rating system. And in a new twist, instead of fining retailers for selling M or AO-rated games to minors, the bill levies a $25 dollar fine on the minor. Of course, Johnson noted he is not trying to criminalize video games, and as such the offense would not go on the minor's record.
According to Minnesota Public Radio, Representative Barb Goodwin of DFL-Columbia Heights tried, unsuccessfully, to amend the bill so it would also punish retailers for the offense: "It's the retailers that know what these games are. It's the retailers that buy the games or rent the games that know what they've got there. If they choose to rent those to children then they ought to pay the fine. They are the ones profiting off of it."
Nearly every other video game-related bill has been struck down on First Amendment grounds. Representative Johnson commented, "We were trying to pass the narrowest bill possible just to try something different from a constitutional challenge standpoint." He conceded, "There are two potential constitutional problems. One is that we are using the ESRB ratings. I can see a court saying you can't use private industry to create the law, but there's no way around that because everything else anyone has tried has been unsuccessful. The other piece is that so far no court has found a strong enough link (between game violence and youth violence)."
Should I type up an article on this one?
Anyone? Should we cover this?
ps3 Wanna be
Not directly related to PS3, so guess not.
This is PS3 related, there are going to be Mature rated games....
ps3 Wanna be
Aren't there mature rated games at the moment?
Yes, that's why it's related to PS3, the PS3 has M rated games, and if kids buy the M rated games in certain states, they get a fine.