The PSP-3000 is apparently getting a price drop in North America on February 27th.
Well...the price drop is already taking effect on Amazon. I guess the 27th only applies to retail stores. Edit: Never mind, I guess it was some sort of special because the price is back to $170. Though Target is selling it for $130 through Amazon. They're sold out at the moment.
With NGP on the horizon and a ton of good PSP games recently hit the market I think this is a great move.
276 bux in australia.
it should be at 80.00 instead 190 on amazon. check out amazon yesterday price 190.00,craiglist people selling USED 3000 190-240.00 WTF?? by now used PSP should go for 80.00 or less
Who cares, It's the psp.
Who cares, It's the 3DS.
i bought one a few weeks ago when Kmart had them on sale for $130. so, i guess i got a headstart on the savings. i want the NGP, but i'd rather wait about a year after it's release so they can fix some of it's bugs. the PSP 3000 will keep me occupied till then.
yeah, besides there are many games on the PSP. NGP won't have a healthy library for a long while.
NGP will still have the standard PSN though with a fresh 1 year warranty. I REALLY hope it drops for $299.
This handheld should go for 99 across all models, and that should have been something done a year ago. But its whatever i guess.
70.73 million units sold? Thats impressive. But the price should of happen in 2009 considering the PSP2 was announced.
..... DAMMIT!!!! I just bought mine last week!!!! This happens to me every time!! :(
Next time buy the console on release, that way you'll get a price that probably won't be dropped for a while, unless it turns out like the iPhone, lol. Honestly the NGP will be worth it at a max of $400.
True but don't consoles usually have a higher failure rate at launch? Idk about you but I'd rather not chance it, even with the warranties and what-not. I'd rather wait until a remodel or a new sku comes out. Took me so long to get the psp because there wasn't anything I really wanted to play on it.
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