krae_man said:$200 for the system and 3 free games? Finally they're pricing it what it should have been a year ago.
Lyte Edge said:I (and others, I am sure) brought this up in another thread- The PSP Go has been selling for $199 for a while now at retailers like Amazon (the white Go was $200, black was still $250), Walmart, and Fry's Electronics.
What I am wondering is if some of these stores will drop the price down any further.
outunderthestars said:I think this is a move designed to clear out inventory before the psp-2 unveiling.
snoopeasystreet said:I've been looking for a cheap PSP Go for a good while but every shop I go to here in Ireland has them for around 220+. Anything under 150 and I'd probably pick one up.
H_Prestige said:At the new price I would buy the Go over the 3000. I don't care about any UMD games.
But I would rather wait to see what the psp2 is all about out. The announcement is right around the corner.
brain_stew said:If you want to play the PSP's library of games then the PSP2 isn't going to be of much use to you. Providing BC for that system will be damn near impossible and would severely restrict the performance of the new system.
makingmusic476 said:No drop on the 3k in NA? Are SCEA banking on God of War to keep the system afloat?
PSP-3000 standalone : $129.99
PSP-3000 bundle : $169.99