Despite of the bad reception of the PSP in North America, SCEA announced today the new line up for the PSP Greatest Hits titles and the rewards for gamers who will be purchasing a PSPGo.
Twisted Metal was one of the best launch games. Still a lot of fun today and well worth the $10 asking price.
you just convinced me to buy it , i have always wanted to try it but i never bought it now at only $9.99 i will sure buy it , its still at $19.99 on PSN though EDIT: at MazzingerZ where does it says that a new psp is coming in that article , i failed to see it
http://www.eurogamer.net/ar... PSP2 on the way
Now I have a reason to purchase some of these games at a low price
Everyone loves free stuff.
Wow, 3 free [good] games!? Awesome. Plus, the additional cheap games are great too.
Wait a sec, doesnt Europe get 10 free games?
If you don't own a PSP, and are even remotely interested in a PSP Go, you should snap up this deal. Sony will go with the value-added approach to selling the Go, rather than dropping the price, I think, because I think retail would be really upset if the price dropped. Besides saving on bag space, digital games have another HUGE advantage -- they'll probably be playable on a PSP 2, and UMD games may not. Without a UMD drive, the Go will probably last for eons, too. If I could convert all my UMD games to digital, I'd sell my 2000 and never look back (I have both a 2000 and a Go). Someday I hope to do just that... I'm about 50% there. The Go is the best handheld in existance, IMO.
The psp is very well received in north america.... the psp go is not
thats a slap in the face to usa owners when the uk gets 10 free games,plus the usa free games are pretty old now
Well, I think the price reduction on the games is acceptable and isn't a slap in the face to people who already spent up to $249 for their PSPgo with no free games.
...on the PSP did not have a career mode. The game is brilliant in terms of controls, graphics, cars and tracks but the lack of career mode gave me nothing to go back for. Also the lack of ad-hoc multiplayer was really disappointing also.
Good deal... might have to pick one up now!
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