From July 31, Sony is ending warranty service for the PSP Go in Japan. The reason, Inside reports, is that it’s difficult to source parts, since production has ended for the portable.
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Yesterday, Sony Japan said that the PSPgo, the disc-free variation of the PlayStation Portable was no longer in production. Dead. Done. Put to rest. Well, not in America. Clarifying news that broke on IGN, a Sony spokesperson in the U.S. told Kotaku today: "We are continuing production of PSPgo for North America. We…
Today Sony Computer Entertainment confirmed yesterday's rumor that its digital-only portable the PSPgo was going out of production.
Adding to the price-cut the PSP-3000 got (US$130 down from $170), the PSPgo is now priced at
$199.99. It was previously $250.
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The fact you can't buy Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep on the PSPgo highlights one of the bigger problems with Sony's struggling handheld. It also helps explain why piracy is so rampant on the portable device.
Still unofficial, the PlayStation Phone will be released next spring, reports Japanese newspaper the Asahi Shimbun.
Sony's PSPgo, a brave (if flawed) discless portable gaming system, looks to be on its last legs in the United Kingdom, with Sony making its second official price cut on the device in less than a month.
It says a lot about how hideous Sony's rumoured PlayStation Phone prototype is that a Chinese knock-off using the PSPgo as a template is a more desirable piece of hardware.
The Playstation Portable 2, rumored to have dual analog sticks, a bigger screen and touch controls, will also rival the Xbox 360 in processing power and ditch the UMD format, sources tell Kotaku.
Western retailers have already been knocking $50 off the PSPgo's $249 price tag. Today, Sony made the price-cut official in the U.S. official. The cut for Japan, however, is twice as big.
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After ten years, San Francisco's PlayStation Store closed. Fret not! In Japan, the PlayStation shopping experience lives on.
Are you a big Kingdom Hearts fan? Did you trade in your normal PSP for a sleek and shiny PSP Go last year? Then you won't be playing Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep any time soon.