PSP Go Ships to Retailers Across North America and Europe
The PSP Go went on sale today across North America and Europe for $250. The Japanese launch of the PSP Go is expected on November 1, 2009. Also launching today are the PSP Minis, games that range in price from $3 to $5 and have a maximum storage capacity of 100MB. The initial lineup includes some 15 games with over 50 expected by the end of the year.
For European buyers, SCEE will be giving away a free copy of Gran Turismo for ten days only. Gran Turismo on PSP offers the keys to more than 800 beautifully rendered cars, and the best tracks to race them on. All you have to do is register your new PSP Go on the PlayStation Network and follow the instructions. The offer only runs from October 1st to 10th.
Finally, as we reported last week, European gamers that own a PSP and UMD can receive three free games for download on their new PSP Go from a list of sixteen titles including Killzone: Liberation, SOCOM: U.S. Navy SEALs Fireteam Bravo 3, Wipeout Pure, LocoRoco and Patapon. Full details on how to take advantage of this offer can be found by clicking this link.