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Shopto.net are doing the PSP Go with a £20 PSN Voucher and 10 free decent games for £174.85. This will probably be ice cold but I thought it would be a good deal for someone looking for a PSP Go.
The free games are

Motorstorm Artic Edge
Gran Turismo
Grand Theft Auto Vice City Stories
Little Big Planet
Pursuit Force Extreme Justice
Assassins Creed Bloodlines
Avatar The Game
Need For Speed Shift
Fifa World Cup South Africa 2010
Wipeout Pure
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#1
The offer of the free games is not restricted to sales at ShopTo.net, of course, but the effective cost of a PSP Go console for £154.85 with a £20 PlayStation Store credit is a worthwhile deal.

Further details on the offer that runs from 9 June 2010 to 30 September 2010:

Ten free games offer for PSP Go console

Also see:

10 Free Games For PSP Go

BFN,

fp.
#2
I would recommend anyone that is thinking about buying this to atleast wait until after Sonys E3 press conference in about 2 weeks time.
#3
Vegito
I would recommend anyone that is thinking about buying this to atleast wait until after Sonys E3 press conference in about 2 weeks time.


The Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] 2010 at the Los Angeles Convention Center is scheduled to run from 15 to 17 June 2010 (inclusive).

Microsoft is holding two press conferences both prior to the trade show; on 13 June 2010 (for closed [no recording equipment] announcements regarding Project Natal or "Wave" or whatever it is called next week) & 14 June 2010 (an Xbox 360 Media Briefing)

Nintendo's press conference is on 15 June 2010.

Sony's press conference will also be on 15 June 2010.

The next iteration of the PlayStation Portable (codenamed: "PSP2") may be mentioned in passing, but the full release of details may not be until the Tokyo Game Show (in the Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan) running from 16 to 19 September 2010 (inclusive).

Other E3 2010 conferences (hosted by Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Valve, Namco Bandai, & Konami) will be on 16 & 17 June 2010.

BFN,

fp.
#4
buy an iphone 3gs much better
#5
shane2010
buy an iphone 3gs much better


Or wait till tomorrow when the iPhone 4G is expected to be announced, to be released this month :thumbsup:
#6
striker33
Or wait till tomorrow when the iPhone 4G is expected to be announced, to be released this month :thumbsup:


Where is it being announced to?
#7
striker33
Or wait till tomorrow when the iPhone 4G is expected to be announced, to be released this month :thumbsup:


Forget tomorrow, it's announced in 1 hour 35 minutes at the WWDC.
#8
That's what I'm doing. I've got my eyes out to buy one of these, but I'm waiting to see about the PSP2.
#9
Out of stock.
#10
That didnt last long.
#11
BertyBubbles
Forget tomorrow, it's announced in 1 hour 35 minutes at the WWDC.


Yeah my news was a day old :oops:

Anyway, from what ive just read on the HUKD blog theres no real need for an announcement :thumbsup:

Gonna get my iPhone 3GS on ebay asap!
banned#12
Am hoping that PSP2 will have its UMD back and get phone.
#13
GalaxyX
Am hoping that PSP2 will have its UMD back and get phone.


Don't hold your breath waiting for those! :)

BFN,

fp.
#14
dont you think a PSPhone is more likely to appear before a PSP2?

a PSPhone could keep the same form from the GO but add touch screen functions and maybe a different OS for the phone, add 3G and your done without even starting from scratch

also, bear in mind that a sony ericsson exec commented on working much more closely with the PSP, i dont have a link but google should do, for me that was as good as comfirming a PSPhone, i just hope it gets announced at E3
#15
Back in stock
#16
out of stock
#17
...and shake it all about.

Darn! That was the first time I had seen a White model for less than £199.99 from a recognised seller.

The "ten free games" offer starts today, so I expect ShopTo.net may well get more stock as the offer runs until 30 September 2010.

BFN,

fp.

[EDIT]:
Technology Shop (Amazon Marketplace seller): £168 (free delivery)
Play.com: £189.99 (delivered)

Neither have the £20 PlayStation Network credit, but both are eligible for the currently running ten free games offer.
#18
back in stock, tempted to buy
#19
They must be only getting a few in at a time.
#20
aceshigh
They must be only getting a few in at a time.


Probably the best way to ensure that they are not left with a huge pile of them especially so close to any announcements made by Sony at the Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] next week.

BFN,

fp.
#21
fanpages
Probably the best way to ensure that they are not left with a huge pile of them especially so close to any announcements made by Sony at the Electronic Entertainment Expo [E3] next week.

BFN,

fp.


would you say its worth waiting if im considering buying this?
#22
Mine arrived today from shopto, great little console surprised how small it is, looking forward to downloading the games. Game will also give me £60 cash for my psp 3003, so made it a worth while purchase for me
1 Like #23
deeppockets
would you say its worth waiting if im considering buying this?


It depends how much disposable income you have available & whether you can make use of the PSPgo console before the next iteration of the PlayStation Portable console is available to buy, or whether you may be tempted by another handheld console such as the Nintendo 3DS.

You are best placed to answer that, I'm sure! :)

I still think the "ten free games offer" is worthwhile if you were planning to buy a few (if not all) of the game titles anyway.

As I've commented before, you could even buy a PSPgo console now, create a new (dedicated) PlayStation Network account, download the associated theme to the console to flag the associated e-mail to be sent to the address linked to the PlayStation Network account, following the instructions you are sent to download each of the ten games being offered, then just put the console back in the box & leave it there until October (when the offer has expired).

I would expect that you could then sell the PSPgo (together with the PlayStation Network account you created specifically for the purpose, but not used in the meantime) for a higher price than you paid for the console, change your own e-mail address details to those of the new owner & make a profit. Assuming the ten games have not been reduced in price significantly by then, of course.

Taking this offer from ShopTo.net you would also have use of the £20 PlayStation Network Card for your main PlayStation Network account.

If it helps you... I have just purchased a PSPgo console for the purpose of making use of the "ten free games offer" and playing the titles (although I would probably only choose to buy three of four of them if they were not on offer.

I intend to use the PSPgo primarily for "Remote Play" with my PS3 to play games that support this feature but also to watch Play TV recordings stored on my PS3's hard drive when my television is being used by somebody else in my family.

The PSPgo interests me for this purpose, rather than any of the previous models of the PlayStation Portable console (series 1000, 2000 & 3000; all of which I own), because the PSPgo has Bluetooth connectivity that the previous models do not.

BFN,

fp.
#24
fanpages
It depends how much disposable income you have available & whether you can make use of the PSPgo console before the next iteration of the PlayStation Portable console is available to buy, or whether you may be tempted by another handheld console such as the Nintendo 3DS.

You are best placed to answer that, I'm sure! :)

I still think the "ten free games offer" is worthwhile if you were planning to buy a few (if not all) of the game titles anyway.

As I've commented before, you could even buy a PSPgo console now, create a new (dedicated) PlayStation Network account, download the associated theme to the console to flag the associated e-mail to be sent to the address linked to the PlayStation Network account, following the instructions you are sent to download each of the ten games being offered, then just put the console back in the box & leave it there until October (when the offer has expired).

I would expect that you could then sell the PSPgo (together with the PlayStation Network account you created specifically for the purpose, but not used in the meantime) for a higher price than you paid for the console, change your own e-mail address details to those of the new owner & make a profit. Assuming the ten games have not been reduced in price significantly by then, of course.

Taking this offer from ShopTo.net you would also have use of the £20 PlayStation Network Card for your main PlayStation Network account.

If it helps you... I have just purchased a PSPgo console for the purpose of making use of the "ten free games offer" and playing the titles (although I would probably only choose to buy three of four of them if they were not on offer.

I intend to use the PSPgo primarily for "Remote Play" with my PS3 to play games that support this feature but also to watch Play TV recordings stored on my PS3's hard drive when my television is being used by somebody else in my family.

The PSPgo interests me for this purpose, rather than any of the previous models of the PlayStation Portable console (series 1000, 2000 & 3000; all of which I own), because the PSPgo has Bluetooth connectivity that the previous models do not.

BFN,

fp.


thanks for help, repped,
didnt think about the play tv capabilities, sounds good.
#25
shane2010
buy an iphone 3gs much better


Yeah, you really do get cutting edge portable games on an iphone/touch:?
#26
do you need to buy a new psp go to get the 10 free games? or would a cheap 2nd hand one from cex do?
#27
stingersplash
do you need to buy a new psp go to get the 10 free games? or would a cheap 2nd hand one from cex do?


I also need to know if it has to be new, also some new ones on ebay - would they qualify!
#28
stingersplash
do you need to buy a new psp go to get the 10 free games? or would a cheap 2nd hand one from cex do?


emad
I also need to know if it has to be new, also some new ones on ebay - would they qualify!


If the console you have purchased meets the criteria as described in the Legal Promotional text then you will receive the redeemable voucher code.

Please see comment #2 in my "Misc" thread:

Ten free games offer for PSP Go console

BFN,

fp.
#29
I got one nearly new from CEX for £115 - however it had unfortunaltly been reregistered so didn't get 10 free games - ouch
#30
"Sony PSP Go Console - White with £20 PSN Card" £174.85
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fp.

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