Sony PSP: Hot News

It has now been confirmed that the European version of the Sony PSP Handheld Console will be officially released in the UK in September. Gamers can expect a value pack, which includes a 32MB duo memory stick, headphones, remote control and a disk with video, music and game demos. The Sony PSP is already in huge demand, with thousands of pre orders already having been made.This item is going to be in massive demand for Christmas.

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Sony PSP: Hot News

Sony PSP: Hot News


It has now been confirmed that the European version of the Sony PSP Handheld Console will be officially released in the UK in September. Gamers can expect a value pack, which includes a 32MB duo memory stick, headphones, remote control and a disk with video, music and game demos. The Sony PSP is already in huge demand, with thousands of pre orders already having been made.This item is going to be in massive demand for Christmas.

PSP World reports that at the recent Playstation Summit in Tokyo, Sony Computer Entertainment provided updates on its PSP handheld, revealing latest sales figures for the device, games and UMD movies. These are as follows:

+ 5.07 million PSPs sold worldwide
+ 2.74 million PSPs sold in US
+ 2.33 million PSPs sold in Japan
+ 11.2 million PSP games sold worldwide
+ 7.3 million PSP games sold in US
+ 3.9 million PSP games sold in Japan
+ 48 PSP games released to date
+ 150 available games by March 31, 2006
+ 4.3 million UMD movies sold in US
+ 400,000 UMD movies sold in Japan

To ensure that you are one of the first people in the UK to get your hands on one of these superb game consoles, visit www.gtechplus.co.uk where you can pre-order now and read some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s). Stocks will be in very short supply in September and the consoles will be very difficult to get hold of then. Remember what happened when the PS2 was released? Some people found it extremely difficult to get their hands on one and where they could, ended up paying extortianate prices to on-line auctions.

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