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PSP Go With FREE 10 top Games £153.98 Delivered @ Argos Ebay Outlet ! (LBP,FIFA WC, GTA) etc. Approx £200 free software!

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I know lots of people arn't keen on the PSP go but Sony Europe have started a new promo.

If you purchase a new PSP go before september 30th you can download 10 top games from the PS Store for free ! ON average these games seem to be around the £20 margin so around £200. Looks like the time to buy !

Arogs Outlet on ebay was the cheapest psp i could find at a glance, if anyone knows of a cheaper psp go i will add it ! YOU CAN BUY FROM ANY RETAILER !

Edit : Damaged boxed found for £150 ! http://www.buyithere.co.uk/product/psp_go_black_solus_console_psp_box_damaged_768316rb

Cheers

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The games on offer are:

* Assassins Creed: Bloodlines
* Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories
* Gran Turismo
* James Camerons AVATAR
* LittleBigPlanet
* MotorStorm Arctic Edge
* Need for Speed SHIFT
* Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice
* 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
* WipEout Pure

*This list varies depending on your country; please see the terms and conditions for further details.

All you have to do to claim your games is use your shiny new PSPgo to access PlayStation Store and download the PSPgo Theme from the Latest category. You will receive an email including a PlayStation Network Voucher Code that will let you download your ten free games.

For more details including full terms and conditions and the list of games for your country, visit eu.playstation.com.
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1 Like #1
I think the psp can be from anywhere and when you register it online they'll give you the free games (double check this though) but if so get it at http://www.buyithere.co.uk
it's only £150 because it's box damaged
#2
Cheers will add :thumbsup:
1 Like #3
Can also get it from argos ebay outlet brand new for £154 delivered
#4
Thanks Snowman !:thumbsup: Repped !
#5
PS[P]. Two existing threads on the soon-to-be available promotion offer...

Mine (in the "Misc" section):
Ten free games offer for PSP Go console

An ever so slightly later one listed in the "Freebies" section (started by funkymonkeyboy):
10 Free Games For PSP Go

BFN,

fp.
#6
I know but ive tried to find the cheapest console deal aswell :thumbsup:
#7
bbgun24
I think the psp can be from anywhere and when you register it online they'll give you the free games (double check this though) but if so get it at http://www.buyithere.co.uk
it's only £150 because it's box damaged


I would go for argos+ebay+paypal as a triple guarentee than that site. I agree they are not great merchants but still much more reputable to me than buyitthere.
+ quidco effectively the prices are same
and why its shown £174.15 below the picture? I cannot see any extra fee added
#8
:thumbsup:

I got my PSP Go from Play at £150 in April. I was initially gutted that I just missed out on the UMD upgrade givaway. Reading into this new offer, it will include PSP Go's registered after April 1st :p
#9
Matter of time before these die off. if they are giving away 10 free games.
#10
It's a good deal for a psp go, but I still think a psp go is a bad idea.

Only having one provider for all your games gives them a complete monopoly on the price of games, and no incentive for them to reduce them over time as happens naturally with physical games.
#11
Updated price on picture cheers
#12
Sony are getting seriously desperate!

PSP Go big time flop!
1 Like #13
Avenger1324
It's a good deal for a psp go, but I still think a psp go is a bad idea.

Only having one provider for all your games gives them a complete monopoly on the price of games, and no incentive for them to reduce them over time as happens naturally with physical games.


Very good point there! Never thought of it that way, although I've never really thought about the PSP Go full stop to be honest :thumbsup:
#14
Avenger1324
It's a good deal for a psp go, but I still think a psp go is a bad idea.

Only having one provider for all your games gives them a complete monopoly on the price of games, and no incentive for them to reduce them over time as happens naturally with physical games.


They will reduce older titles i would imagine and release platium type versions for top games. I do think they will lose out in the long run however as the market for kids is they want whatever they see in store on the shelf that takes thier fancy at the time, its how i used to be with games anyway.
#15
I think the ONLY people who thought the PSP Go would be a hit are Sony....whoever is in charge of their design and ideas department need not only sacking, but thoroughly beaten with a long hard stick....absolutely pathetic that ANYONE....even a 2 year old, would think the PSP would sell in great numbers.

Glad its gone pear shaped and people have voted with their feet against this disgusting attempt at monopolising. If this would have taken off the PS4 more than likely would have become downloads only and so on with any future console releases....glad its been nipped in the bud and common sense will prevail.
#16
fanpages
PS[P]. Two existing threads on the soon-to-be available promotion offer...

Mine (in the "Misc" section):
Ten free games offer for PSP Go console

An ever so slightly later one listed in the "Freebies" section (started by funkymonkeyboy):
10 Free Games For PSP Go


Just posted in my "Misc" thread...

You can use a PSP Go console without creating a new, or logging-in to an existing, PlayStation Network account.

Not everybody wishes to play games; some are just bought for media player devices to play audio &/or video files from the internal memory or via external memory cards.

Yes, if you wished to you may create a new account solely for the PSP Go offer described above, not register any credit card details, download the (ten) free titles, then sit on the console until October & sell it on (hopefully) for a profit if you were so inclined.

Any personal details can (& should) be removed before selling any device to any other owner. That goes without saying I would have thought.

For me, though, I am looking at the list of titles in this offer, & I would only play (& hence buy) four of them, so the purchase of a PSP Go console (even with the offer of the free games) is still not an incentive in its own right as I would be spending more for the hardware than I am saving buying the games (two of which I own on Universal Media Disc already).

That said, if you were going to make use of all the titles & were tempted to buy a PSP Go console anyway then this is an extremely cost effective way of owning them.

You do have the issue of resale in the future though as the games are tied to the PlayStation Network account used to download them. Once the account details are removed from the PSP Go console then the titles cannot be used by any other PlayStation Network account (so the new owner is just buying the hardware).

If only Sony have offered this promotion on the day of release of the PSP Go console then many more would be owned & owners would be more inclined to use the PlayStation Store to download further games.

It has certainly been a painful lesson for them, but I trust one that they will learn one for future iterations of the PSP platform.

BFN,

fp.
#17
spenspuma
I think the ONLY people who thought the PSP Go would be a hit are Sony....whoever is in charge of their design and ideas department need not only sacking, but thoroughly beaten with a long hard stick....absolutely pathetic that ANYONE....even a 2 year old, would think the PSP would sell in great numbers.

Glad its gone pear shaped and people have voted with their feet against this disgusting attempt at monopolising. If this would have taken off the PS4 more than likely would have become downloads only and so on with any future console releases....glad its been nipped in the bud and common sense will prevail.


What makes you think the next home video entertainment system produced by Sony will not be using "Cloud computing" (Internet-based) technology anyway?

After the launch of the PSP Go it was made known that Sony wished to push the digital-only delivery channel years ago, but chose not to as the market would not have been receptive to the idea.

It has still to be confirmed if the new iteration of the PlayStation Portable (nicknamed the "PSP2") that will be unveiled either at the "Electronic Entertainment Expo" [E3] between 15 & 17 June 2010, or the "Tokyo Game Show" [TGS] (16 to 19 September 2010) is also going to allow the use of Universal Media Discs or will continue the digital-only route.

There is always an element of risk with all branches of the technology industry, especially with so-called "leading-edge" developments. If organisations do not try new ventures then the industry & the products available cannot be enhancement or improved.

The PSP-3000 ("Slim & Brite") series consoles are still available for sale, of course. Nobody is being forced to buy a PSP Go in order to take PlayStation gaming in a portable form.

BFN,

fp.
#18
spenspuma
I think the ONLY people who thought the PSP Go would be a hit are Sony....whoever is in charge of their design and ideas department need not only sacking, but thoroughly beaten with a long hard stick....absolutely pathetic that ANYONE....even a 2 year old, would think the PSP would sell in great numbers.

Glad its gone pear shaped and people have voted with their feet against this disgusting attempt at monopolising. If this would have taken off the PS4 more than likely would have become downloads only and so on with any future console releases....glad its been nipped in the bud and common sense will prevail.


Maybe someone saw the success of the iPod Touch with downloadable games and thought it was a good idea.......

The major flaw with the PSP Go was that people were used to buying physical games for the PSP and so to release a version that has no physical games makes the device seem 'half baked'. If Sony had however have saved the idea of no physical media until PSP 2 then people would say 'it's natural progression'. Good idea but poorly implemented by tacking on to an older device and giving people choice, they should have took the Apple moto of 'get used to it'.
#19
I don't think these have really caught on have they ? Rather stick with the old type you can use umds in.
#20
super_leeds_86
Maybe someone saw the success of the iPod Touch with downloadable games and thought it was a good idea.......

The major flaw with the PSP Go was that people were used to buying physical games for the PSP and so to release a version that has no physical games makes the device seem 'half baked'. If Sony had however have saved the idea of no physical media until PSP 2 then people would say 'it's natural progression'. Good idea but poorly implemented by tacking on to an older device and giving people choice, they should have took the Apple moto of 'get used to it'.


SpenJC
I don't think these have really caught on have they ? Rather stick with the old type you can use umds in.


The issue has been, in my opinion, that consumers have not realised that the PSP Go is not a replacement (or a progression) of the existing PSP-3000 series. The two products co-exist. Production of the revised "Slim & Lite" (or "Slim & Brite") model has not ceased.

Those consumers who already have an extensive back catalogue of titles on Universal Media Disc (like me!) cannot see the benefit in owning a PSP Go console.

The only real attribute it has for me of any worthwhile use is the Bluetooth connectivity; so I can use a wireless SIXAXIS/DUALSHOCK 3 controller whilst playing PS3 titles via "Remote Play".

I continue to use my many PSP consoles (series models 1000, 2000, & 3000), but consumers new to the PlayStation Portable may well favour not having to carry a set of discs around with them. It is not always practical to do so.

Apple's product(s) have never had physical media, so this issue does not arise. The approach of software delivery is just accepted.

Also, the PSP Go, so far, has not been 'cracked' to allow the installation of custom firmware (non-official system software). I admire Sony's attempts to lessen piracy, but the PSP Go has just not been promoted properly.

Sony is currently working with development teams to introduce further piracy protection so that copied titles cannot be used for an initial period after release in an attempt to curb the single most important factor that has blighted the PSP range since the first iteration was available.

If newly released titles cannot be copied & played illegally for a period of time then it may well mean more sales for the individual publishers of the titles.

Only time will tell, I guess...

BFN,

fp.
#21
Avenger1324
It's a good deal for a psp go, but I still think a psp go is a bad idea.

Only having one provider for all your games gives them a complete monopoly on the price of games, and no incentive for them to reduce them over time as happens naturally with physical games.


Well you could say the same about Steam, and XBLA and PSN and WiiWare, but it seems to be perfectly fine there.

Also, anyone that thinks the PSPgo is worse than a normal PSP, it's not. PSPgo is an upgrade in almost every way, with the exception of making the screen a little smaller (and of course removing the UMD drive). I've got a normal PSP and a PSPgo and I play my PSPgo waaaay more often because it actually is portable, unlike the normal PSP (seriously).
#22
spenspuma
I think the ONLY people who thought the PSP Go would be a hit are Sony....whoever is in charge of their design and ideas department need not only sacking, but thoroughly beaten with a long hard stick....absolutely pathetic that ANYONE....even a 2 year old, would think the PSP would sell in great numbers.

Glad its gone pear shaped and people have voted with their feet against this disgusting attempt at monopolising. If this would have taken off the PS4 more than likely would have become downloads only and so on with any future console releases....glad its been nipped in the bud and common sense will prevail.


never thought of it like this... and come to think of it if sony implemented such a market strategy then surly they would not only lose business from them being able to charge what ever they want but how would the oh so popular trade in system work if you have a "digital game" and wanted to trade it in for another who would you trade it in to sony?? i doubt it as they would most likely give you 1£ for a 40£ game in return alot of avenues that sony must fulfill if they believe that the "cloud computing" will take off. no pun intended :w00t:
#23
i just sold my psp as i didnt play it much, got almost this much for it with a fair few games but im tempted by this.

10 free games all of which i would play is a good deal, but my question is would they all fit on a memory stick, or does the psp go have an internal hd?
#24
zabbyh
Well you could say the same about Steam, and XBLA and PSN and WiiWare, but it seems to be perfectly fine there.

Also, anyone that thinks the PSPgo is worse than a normal PSP, it's not. PSPgo is an upgrade in almost every way, with the exception of making the screen a little smaller (and of course removing the UMD drive). I've got a normal PSP and a PSPgo and I play my PSPgo waaaay more often because it actually is portable, unlike the normal PSP (seriously).


steam yes they have actually succeed in selling games that would be in shops however xbl, psn and wii ware no as they are only selling out of date cult classic games that no one can get hold of in asda or hmv say
#25
I think it's just wishful thinking from folks believing that Download only won't happen, we're just kinda lucky that the infrastructure just ain't there yet to support it fully, on larger games anyway.

Still I don't think that's the only reason why the PSPgo failed. It's old technology, anyone sensible would just buy the older models. I've got 4 old 1003,1 is brand new and the total cost for all was less than half the price of one new PSPgo. That more than anything put me off but I wonder had these been the original model how they'd have faired.
#26
If in a couple of months I bought one of these and downloaded all ten games in one go, would the size of the download make the government want to start poking about my business and start sending me letters pertaining to piracy? :whistling:
#27
Not one of those ten games appeals to me, either I'm not interested or already played. If there was a choice of 50 games it would be different but 10 games out of 10 is a bit crap.

Its possible Sony will continue with the psp go but its also possible that sony will stop making them and gradually they will disappear. Personally I'd prefer a £99 price with 3 free large games and perhaps 10 or so of the small games.
#28
Considering the games included it's a decent price....

...but the format is on it's last legs (and has been for a while everywhere but Japan). There are some good games still to come..but to be honest I wouldn't buy a PSP or a DS at the current time...

You'd be better off saving your cash for the 3DS (should be this year) or PSP2 (should be next year).

If you want a current gen PSP or DS I'd wait a few more months... as prices will likely drop further as they clear out the stock due to the new handhelds.
#29
The ONE flaw that seems so strikingly obvious to me is that the games, in effect, are costing TWICE as much.....i work this out going by this analogy....

You buy a game from Tesco (say for the PS3) for £35.....you then complete the game and sell it for £20 a few months later...the game (in effect) has cost you just £15.....transfer this idea now to the PSP GO....you download the game via PSN for £35....you then complete it...thennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn??????? - Well, you cant sell it, so in effect the game has cost you twice as much.

THis is the HUGE problem i have with PSP GO and the idea of download games ONLY....it would be a OK idea IF and only IF the games where HALF the price that the physical version would be - i think THEN the PSPGO 'could' be a viable alternative. But when i buy a game, i dont see its cost as just the initial purchase, i see it as initial cost MINUS sell on amount.

Its where the PSPGo...and SONY have seriously got greedy and in effect killed this idea
#30
Callous
Considering the games included it's a decent price....

...but the format is on it's last legs (and has been for a while everywhere but Japan). There are some good games still to come..but to be honest I wouldn't buy a PSP or a DS at the current time...

You'd be better off saving your cash for the 3DS (should be this year) or PSP2 (should be next year).

If you want a current gen PSP or DS I'd wait a few more months... as prices will likely drop further as they clear out the stock due to the new handhelds.


thats a good idea - i could wait and quite like the idea of using it as a mainly media player
#31
spenspuma
The ONE flaw that seems so strikingly obvious to me is that the games, in effect, are costing TWICE as much.....i work this out going by this analogy....

You buy a game from Tesco (say for the PS3) for £35.....you then complete the game and sell it for £20 a few months later...the game (in effect) has cost you just £15.....transfer this idea now to the PSP GO....you download the game via PSN for £35....you then complete it...thennnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn??????? - Well, you cant sell it, so in effect the game has cost you twice as much.

THis is the HUGE problem i have with PSP GO and the idea of download games ONLY....it would be a OK idea IF and only IF the games where HALF the price that the physical version would be - i think THEN the PSPGO 'could' be a viable alternative. But when i buy a game, i dont see its cost as just the initial purchase, i see it as initial cost MINUS sell on amount.

Its where the PSPGo...and SONY have seriously got greedy and in effect killed this idea



Until digital delivery is the only option there will be this issue.

I have typed something similar (to below) a number of times in various threads, so apologies if anybody thinks I am repeating myself...

The prices on the PlayStation Store are much nearer to, if not match, the Recommended Retail Price for the (Blu-ray or Universal Media) Disc-based products.

The prices on the 'Store are kept at a higher level than the physical products by design so that the retailers that typically sell the PlayStation-branded consoles have an incentive to do so (as customers may buy higher profit margin games from the same retailer). If the PlayStation Store matched the high street or (other) online retailers on price then those outlets may be less-inclined to sell the hardware required to play the game titles.

From time to time you do see titles on the PlayStation Store that are cheaper than their physical counterparts, however.

I personally prefer physical media, & will continue to buy it as long as I possibly can.

BFN,

fp.

("[URL="fanpages.posterous.com/gamer-news-virtually-physical"]Virtually Physical[/URL]", fanpages, 16 May 2008)
#32
Can anyone confirm if the 10 free games offer actually works? And also, what games do you get?
#33
MattDelicate
Can anyone confirm if the 10 free games offer actually works? And also, what games do you get?


The promotion is advertised as starting on 9 June 2010 (at 12pm).

It ends at 11:59pm on 30 September 2010.

Why would you think it would not work (other than the promotional period not starting for another six days)?

BFN,

fp.
#34
ZedEx
They will reduce older titles i would imagine and release platium type versions for top games. I do think they will lose out in the long run however as the market for kids is they want whatever they see in store on the shelf that takes thier fancy at the time, its how i used to be with games anyway.

The world has moved on since we were lads. The market for kids is quite small. The biggest game buyers by far are 25 to 40 year old men.
#35
spenspuma
I think the ONLY people who thought the PSP Go would be a hit are Sony....whoever is in charge of their design and ideas department need not only sacking, but thoroughly beaten with a long hard stick....absolutely pathetic that ANYONE....even a 2 year old, would think the PSP would sell in great numbers.

Glad its gone pear shaped and people have voted with their feet against this disgusting attempt at monopolising. If this would have taken off the PS4 more than likely would have become downloads only and so on with any future console releases....glad its been nipped in the bud and common sense will prevail.

They never intended it to be a hit. It was released so they could get the infrastructure up and running ready for the PSP2.

In the same way that the original Xbox was never meant to be serious opposition for the PS2, and never turned a profit, but allowed them to release the 360 with an online service that had minimal teething problems.

Sony now have the best idea of what works and what doesn't in a download-only marketplace. That was their intention for the Go from the start, and points towards where their intentions lie in the future.
#36
fanpages
What makes you think the next home video entertainment system produced by Sony will not be using "Cloud computing" (Internet-based) technology anyway?

If you were to suggest that a streaming video service could possibly rival bluray any time soon you'd be laughed at, so how come so many people are being taken in by OnLive's nonsense?

Eventually cloud computing may be able to rival local hardware in terms of quality, but we're talking at least a decade away, the PS4 will be here in around 5 years.
#37
Rubisco
If you were to suggest that a streaming video service could possibly rival bluray any time soon you'd be laughed at, so how come so many people are being taken in by OnLive's nonsense?

Eventually cloud computing may be able to rival local hardware in terms of quality, but we're talking at least a decade away, the PS4 will be here in around 5 years.


We're at the point for video that music was at 10 years ago, i,e the size of the music files became small (in relation to what the technology was offering) that you could have thousands of songs on any device and download a song in seconds, the same is occuring with video, The big question is where from here, resolutions high, media capacity high - Blu-ray, Hard Drive Space.

Arguably I cant see the need for 24 inch monitors with twice the resolution of 1080p, but then again someone probably said that in 1990! :thumbsup:

Maybe with the PS4 we might actually have Gran Turismo 5 or maybe Prologue 2!!
#38
Rubisco
If you were to suggest that a streaming video service could possibly rival bluray any time soon you'd be laughed at, so how come so many people are being taken in by OnLive's nonsense?

Eventually cloud computing may be able to rival local hardware in terms of quality, but we're talking at least a decade away, the PS4 will be here in around 5 years.


Japan's Internet infrastructure may well be able to support High Definition Video streaming, but the UK is lagging behind.

Sony's plan is for the PS3 to be the main platform for at least 10 years (much like the PS2 was, although this is still being sold & titles are still being published); so we are between 6 & 7 years away from the next console ("home entertainment system") being available to the public.

They may provide a prototype or discuss the product in 5 years time, like the PS3 was mentioned at E3 in 2004, shown at E3 in 2005, but came to market in Japan & the US in November 2006, but I do not think the consumer product will not be available in 5 years time.

BFN,

fp.
#39
Rubisco
They never intended it to be a hit. It was released so they could get the infrastructure up and running ready for the PSP2.

In the same way that the original Xbox was never meant to be serious opposition for the PS2, and never turned a profit, but allowed them to release the 360 with an online service that had minimal teething problems.

Sony now have the best idea of what works and what doesn't in a download-only marketplace. That was their intention for the Go from the start, and points towards where their intentions lie in the future.


I think you are excusing both Sony and Microsoft. The original xbox was a very ambitious and powerful piece of hardware for its time. They really went for it. In the end they ended up with a console in the order of twice as powerful as ps2 in sheer cpu/gpu power and with its hard drive capable of very ambitious games for its day. Its specification still walks all over the wii without problems. Your saying they didn't expect the console to do well after all that investment?

Same with psp go, they saw what Apple were doing and making good money and wanted a slice of it with their own product. With dollar signs in their eyes they produced a product that if successful would make them loads of money but didn't factor in it was a poor product for the end consumer in value terms.
#40
Can you get custom firmware on the pspgo and download free games? (sorry for the noob question. Looking to get one for my son)

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