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PSP price cut confirmed

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  1. Bastieeeh New Member

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    A Sony spokesperson confirmed to GamesInsdustry.biz that the price for Sony's PlayStation Portable Core package (includes a PSP, the battery and an AC adaptor) was cut to 169.99 US$. Last week the official retail price for the same bundle was 199.99 US$.
    Asked for a similar European action the Sony Official said there is nothing like this planned yet.

    Source: GamesInsdustry.biz
     
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    Well, if it gets down to the DS price, we will be in business.
     
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    cool caus eim about to buy a psp for when i go to Reno
     
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    Thanks for screwing us over again SCEE!
     
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    Well this means walmart really needs to get wind of this news. I went there today to try and buy one and the new price and its all bologna. They still have it at $200 for the reg. unit and $250 for the "entertainment" package...
    Anyone know when walmart should change there price?
     

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