If you love your handheld gaming devices, than you’re going to love the news we have for you today.
Sony has officially reduced the PSP Go price by $50 dollars, making it possible to grab yourself one for just $150.
This follows a recent price drop for the original PSP. It seems Sony is cleaning up in preparation for the hotly anticipated NGP which is due sometime this year, possibly during the holiday season.
Although the price cut has no official explanation Electronista seem to think it has the ‘same motives’ the reason for dropping the original PSP price. They believe Sony want to attract buyers who would have just held off until the NGP arrived otherwise. Find out what other reasons they thought of by clicking above.
Our guess is the aim of the reduction is presumably to boost sales too, but the previous price cuts to the Entertainment Company’s devices have proved somewhat of a disappointment when it comes to bumping up sales numbers.
Do you think this new price reduction will make a big difference to sales of the PSP Go? Do you think the prices will drop any further before the NGP finally arrives? Let us know what you think below.
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