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  • Blog Post: [Update #2]: Sony Stops Production Of PSP Go, But Not In US

    [Update #2] : It looks like Sony isn't ready to throw in the towel on the PSP Go just yet. While production of the handheld is history in Japan and Europe, the PSP Go will still be available in America. Sony of America confirmed the news with Joystiq , stating unequivocally: "We are continuing... More
  • Blog Post: Official Sony Site Indicates Possible PSPgo Price Drop

    Sony recently dropped the price of the original, disc-based PSP hardware to $129.99. Now, a posting on the Sony official site indicates that a price drop on the download-only PSPgo is in the works. Under a posting entitled "Step Your Game Up with PSP," this passage makes things pretty clear... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Slashing PSPgo Pricing

    If you've been on the fence about picking up a PSPgo, Sony's got some news that might nudge you right off of it. The device is getting a price reduction, selling for $199 in the U.S. (from $249) and about $207 in Japan. The timing seems to be a response to several factors, including the impending... More
  • Blog Post: Sony: Digital-Only Future Within Ten Years "Extreme"

    Are you a champion for Sony's ill-fated digital-only handled, the PSPgo? Have you been hoping that by the time the PlayStation 4 releases that you'll only have to worry about your bandwidth and not the width of your physical media shelf? According to Sony CEO Kaz Hirai, the digital-only crusade... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Announces New Value Initiatives For PSP Games

    Sony has announced a variety of new initiatives for PSP owners that offer popular software at a lower price point. Beginning today, Sony will launch their "Favorites" line that will offer select PSP titles for $9.99, which include the following: Ape Escape: On the Loose Buzz! Master Quiz Hot... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: PSP Go Relaunch In The Works?

    UPDATE: Sony has responded in regards to the PSP Go relaunch rumor, stating that the speculation is "nothing but that." ORIGINAL STORY: Rumors have been budding up regarding a relaunch of Sony’s PSPgo. The digital-only handheld was welcomed with very little fanfare when it launched last... More
  • Blog Post: PS3 Update 3.15 Allows Data Transfer And Minis-Play

    Sony’s latest update for the PS3 is an optional one, but it incorporates some of the most useful augments to the system yet. PS3-to-PS3 data transfer and the ability to play the PSPgo-based Minis on the console are the highlights. For those who’ve purchased a second PS3 for their home or... More
  • Blog Post: PSP Go “Will Die” Without Digital Game Price Cuts

    Jon Burton, director at Traveler’s Tales, believes that Sony either needs to reduce the price of downloadable games or their new digital-only handheld will perish. He also thinks the company won’t hesitate to pull the trigger on price reductions for digital games versus physical UMDs. “I’m... More
  • Blog Post: UPDATE: Logitech Denies Developing UMD Add-On For PSP Go

    UPDATE: Logitech has told Joystiq that the rumors regarding an UMD add-on for the PSP GO are untrue. "This is not something that our company is working on," states the company. ORIGINAL STORY: One of the biggest complaints about the PSP Go is that it costs the same as the original PSP, but... More
  • Blog Post: PSP Firmware 6.20 Brings Digital Comics, Video Playlists

    If you’re sick of papercuts and inky thumbs, you may want to go ahead and download your PSP’s latest update. According to PlayStation Blog , this next iteration of the PSP's capabilities brings with it the Digital Comics Reader and the exportation of video/photo playlists. You’ll... More
  • Blog Post: “Father Of PlayStation” Explores Cloud Computing

    Ken “Father of the PlayStation” Kutaragi has his head in the clouds. Cloud computing, that is. Yeesh, that pun was worse than I thought it’d be, sorry. Last month the Honorary Chairman of Sony Computer Entertainment founded Cyber AI Entertainment Inc. which will specialize in entertainment... More
  • Blog Post: 28,275 PSPgo Units Sold At Japanese Launch

    The PSPgo is out on Japanese store shelves, and the numbers are in. Sony’s redesigned handheld, which relies exclusively on downloaded games instead of UMDs, found its way into the pockets of 28,275 Japanese consumers when it launched this past Sunday. Persona 3 Portable, Dissidia: Final Fantasy... More
  • Blog Post: Mega Man X And Darkstalkers PSP Available On PSN Today

    Looking for a couple fresh games to pop onto your brand-spankin’ new PSPgo? Capcom announced today that the PlayStation Network is about to get hit with a little more Mega Man and Morrigan. Those hungry for another adventure with the Blue Bomber should check out Mega Man Maverick Hunter X. This... More
  • Blog Post: Sony’s Successful September Is Only The Beginning, According To Sony

    The PlayStation 3 is on top of the console heap for the month of September with 491,800 units sold, and they couldn’t be happier about it. Sony Computer Entertainment of America president Jack Tretton has gone on the record forecasting a bright future for the company. "We are in the midst... More
  • Blog Post: PSPgo Struggling Down Under With Roughly 1,000 Sold

    Australia has been seeing some very strong PlayStation 3 sales since the console’s price was slashed last month, moving 10,000 units. The PSPgo, on the other hand, has allegedly only sold around 1,000 systems. An Australian Sony Rep explains the console's lukewarm inception. The source trusted... More
  • Blog Post: Reggie Asks Who The PSPgo Is For?

    Nintendo of America’s president, Reggie Fils-Aime, recently spoke with the Washington Post about this company’s position in the game industry. When the inevitable competition comparison came up regarding Sony’s new digital-only PSPgo, Reggie had some poinant questions regarding the... More
  • Blog Post: Kojima Calls Obama Peace Prize "Start Of The Peace Walker Plan"

    Whether or not you can actually understand them, it's fair to say that Metal Gear Solid mastermind Hideo Kojima has created some very politically charged games. Perhaps that's why I'm not that surprised to discover that he's left some cryptic messages in his blog about U.S. President... More
  • Blog Post: Sony Claims PSPgo Sales "In Line With Expectations"

    When you think of new gaming hardware launches, you probably envision droves of berserk consumers rushing retailers with wads of cash clutched in their fists. This frenzied reception may not perfectly describe the release of Sony's PSPgo , however, as Sony is hinting at merely adequate sales out... More
  • Blog Post: The Raconteurs, Alanis Morissette, And Electric Six Make Rock Band Debut

    Sure, getting a new group available to download on Rock Band every week is great...but it's even better when it's a super group. Next week, we'll be receiving just such a treat when Rock Band receives its first three tracks ever from The Raconteurs, a group consisting of Jack White (from... More
  • Blog Post: Naughty Dog Talks Uncharted For PSP

    This month is swollen with big game releases. Yesterday the PSPgo hit store shelves, and on October 13th Uncharted 2 will be spinning in PS3's across North America. With the PSPgo and Naughty Dog's latest effort releasing so close to one another, you can't help but wonder if there's any... More
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