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New Promotions for PSP this June!

Kristin Neirinckx's Avatar + Posted by Kristin Neirinckx on Jun 01, 2010 // Marketing Manager, PSP

Hi everyone! Today is an exciting day for both the PSP-3000 and PSPgo systems. Starting today, June 1, we’re now offering some new initiatives that offer HUGE value for you across the PSP platform.

First, we’re excited to introduce a new $9.99 “Favorites” software line. Featuring a healthy variety of your favorite titles, this new value line will reconnect you with some of your old favorites or introduce you to titles you haven’t played before. Initial Favorites games will include:

We’ve also partnered with your favorite game publishers to include titles such as Justice League Heroes (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment), Manhunt 2 (Rockstar Games), Midway Arcade Treasures: Extended Play (Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment), Pinball Hall of Fame: Williams Collection (Crave Entertainment), Silent Hill: Origins (Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc.), Sims 2 (Electronic Arts), The Warriors (Rockstar Games) and so many more.

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Want to get your hands on some of the best PSP titles of all time? We’re proud to announce the induction of four new games into the PSP “Greatest Hits” collection:

If you don’t own these fantastic titles, be sure to pick them up now for only $19.99!

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Wait, the fun doesn’t stop there… If you purchase a PSPgo system from today through March 31, 2011, you will receive an e-mail with a PlayStation Network voucher to download three games absolutely free! With premiere titles such as LittleBigPlanet, Ratchet and Clank: Size Matters and SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo 3, the PSPgo “Digital Game Pack” offers you an $80 value while giving you access to a great variety of our biggest games to get you started gaming on-the-go. What better way to get started with an all digital, full-scale, console-quality handheld gaming experience?

If you’re still looking for more, the PSP has got you covered. With a robust lineup of titles to choose from, you can always find the kind of game you’re looking to play. With newly released and upcoming titles such as God of War: Ghost of Sparta, Hot Shots Tennis, Invizimals, KINGDOM HEARTS Birth by Sleep, METAL GEAR SOLID: PEACE WALKER, and ModNation Racers, PSP continues to bring you unparalleled gaming experiences only possible on the PSP platform.

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+ Citrean on June 24th, 2010 at 10:52 pm said:

Excellent bundle offer, I will be picking one up now. I’m not sure why people are complaining about it..the PSP 3000 is available for less money so if you don’t like a fully portable non UMD system…


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+ trainsarecool on June 25th, 2010 at 10:45 am said:

Uh why dont you just create a european psn account activate your psp and download the special theme DUHHH


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+ ruleterren on June 29th, 2010 at 9:34 am said:

The PSPgo is a nice system. All the PSP 3000 fans won’t like this new PSP, but it’s not meant to replace your PSP 3000, but as another option for customers if you want a compact sleek looking PSPgo digital content only, or the traditional 3000 with UMD support.

It’s all preferance and you guys seem to be whining and complaining about the PSPgo for stupid reasons.This new PSPgo game pack is great, and plan to buy a PSPgo in July. Sony is a hard working company, and you guys who bash the PSPgo are just losers who can’t accept change or something different.


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+ TwinDad on June 29th, 2010 at 9:41 am said:

LOL.

PSPGo is a fine system, it’s the digital games portion that has people up in arms. Typical Sony promises and no delivery.

and speaking of bashing because of not being able to accept something different. Opinions much?


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+ xrayhearing on June 30th, 2010 at 1:18 pm said:

As a regular reader, I was excited to see the PSP GO Digital Game Pack. So, I bought a PSP Go (I have a 2000, but wanted the Go) a week ago. I still haven’t gotten the voucher codes in an email – the Go box says to wait up to a week. However, when I called Customer Support they said it will actually take between 10-14 days, and that the emails actually go out on Wednesdays (so, 14 days for me). Additionally, there was no way for them to check if I 1) had actually registered the PSPGo correctly on the PSN or 2) if I was in fact due to get the email. I bought the Go to have new games to play on a trip abroad…now it’s too late and Customer Support was less than helpful. Finally, after the Rep said there was nothing he could do, he tried to sell me the protection plan. How cheeky! I’d like to at least get what I’ve already paid for before you sell me more!

Why does it take 2 weeks to send an email? I get PSN emails about charges to my account about 5 minutes after I buy something on the PSN.

I’ve always enjoyed the PS & the PSN, but this is rather frustrating and disappointing.


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+ sportzdude59 on June 30th, 2010 at 10:42 pm said:

for everyone wondering why they havent gotten there codes, i think i figured it out. that psp go sitting in your neighborhood best buy/gamestop has been sitting there since launch so it doesnt have the voucher included in it. you have to buy one that was put on the market in the last month to get the codes.


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