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Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has announced an extension to the PSPgo promotion, offering new PSPgo buyers ten free games.

The offer had been scheduled to end September 30, but will now continue until January 31, 2011.

The games on offer are:

Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
Gran Turismo
James Cameron's AVATAR
MotorStorm Arctic Edge
Need for Speed SHIFT
Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice
2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
WipEout Pure

All you have to do to claim your games is use your new PSPgo to access PlayStation Store and download the PSPgo Theme from the 'Latest' category. You'll then receive an email including a PlayStation Network Voucher Code that will let you download the ten games.

You'll find further details here.

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lolagamer34's Avatar


The pspgo and psp 3000 are both great deals. with the pspgo there are over 300 games and psp 3000 there are over 500. Plus pspgos available on psn. Now people can get psp games for only $9.99 and it's ever expanding. I actually work and am affiliated with sony, so I'm huge fan of it all.
Posted 20:20 on 17 November 2010
Woffls's Avatar


I have no idea what Sony's strategy is at the moment with PSP. It has no hope of competing with 3DS, so they should be releasing a new system next year before they're too late to the party. This begs the question of why they're trying this kind of extension strategy with PSPGo. They need to drop the price at this stage, unless they're just hell bent on shipping software to increase the tie ratio. Either way, PSP needs to be on its way out, and I think dropping the price this year would be a good idea.
Posted 12:36 on 11 September 2010
RecoN's Avatar


I agree with pblive, previous versions were a success, but when i hear PSPGo i expect something new or atleest and upgraded pocket size version
Posted 09:30 on 11 September 2010
Mr_Ninjutsu's Avatar


The only flop about it was the price and games were download only ( the download aspect i wasnt bothered about).

The thing itself is brilliant, regardless of price. I wish i never sold mine to be honest.
Posted 23:13 on 10 September 2010


The other versions have all been successful, PSPGo hasn't. It wasn't enough of an upgrade really.
Posted 23:09 on 10 September 2010
RecoN's Avatar


LOL@ Guyderman

PsPGo is a big flop!! How many versions of the PsP has there been? So they squashed it this time around and made it digital. Sorry No where near good enough. PsP2 is going to be very worrying :S
Posted 16:14 on 10 September 2010
guyderman's Avatar


Don't want to sound like a broken record but if they'd have just put a second analogue stick on the damn thing........
Posted 15:25 on 10 September 2010
IndoorHeroes's Avatar


This is basicaly selling £10 notes for a fiver. And they're still struggling to shift them.
Posted 13:22 on 10 September 2010
dav2612's Avatar


Oh just reduce the price.
Posted 13:12 on 10 September 2010
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