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10 free games with PSP Go

Flogging a dead horse?  Sony Computer Entertainment Australia has launched a new initiative to move the online only PlayStation Portable Go (PSP Go) off store shelves.  SCEA are offering ten free games with each PSP Go sold, including Assassin's Creed Bloodlines, 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa and Gran Turismo.

The PSP Go has suffered from a poor reception as the vanguard gadget for digital distribution.  Sony like it, as it goes a great way to eliminating piracy, but both game retailers and - seemingly - the general public have not warmed to the idea of a hand-held gaming device reliant on digital distribution (priced the same as the UMD version) only.

To improve sales, SCEA today informed iTWire of a new initiate designed to get PSP Go purchases well started on their gaming libraries.  Here are the details:

SYDNEY, 3rd June 2010 - Sony Computer Entertainment Australia (SCE Aust.) has kicked off a season of pocket-sized entertainment with a new promotion2 for PSPâ„¢go (PlayStation®Portable). Starting on 10th June and for a limited time only, SCE Aust. is giving new PSPgo owners (aged 18 and over) in Australia a head start on their game collection with ten games to download from PlayStation®Store, absolutely free! Offering a vast choice of entertainment, the sleek, slim-line PSPgo comes packed with 16GB of inbuilt storage space - so you can take all your favourite games, music, photos and more with you wherever you go. And with ten of the best PSP titles on offer, now you can get your hands on the hottest piece of kit for winter at even better value. You'll be spoilt for choice with the ten pre-selected titles on offer:

'¢ Assassins Creed: Bloodlinesâ„¢ (Ubisoft)

'¢ Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (Rockstar Games)

'¢ Gran Turismoâ„¢ (SCE WWS)

'¢ James Cameron's AVATARâ„¢: The Game (Ubisoft)

'¢ LittleBigPlanetâ„¢ (SCE WWS)

'¢ MotorStorm® Arctic Edge (SCE WWS)


'¢ Pursuit Forceâ„¢: Extreme Justice (SCE WWS)

'¢ 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africaâ„¢ (EA)

'¢ WipEout® Pure (SCE WWS)

The process is simple. First, unwrap your shiny new PSPgo and connect to PlayStation®Network3. Then launch PlayStation Store to download the new PSPgo theme. We'll then email you a voucher code so you can start downloading your ten free games and enjoy! And if you've recently purchased your PSPgo, don't worry, you haven't missed out - the offer is open to qualifying PSPgo owners who purchased their PSPgo after April 1 20104.

There's never been a better time to get hold of a PSPgo. With an ever increasing range of services from Skype®, the Video Delivery Service to Digital Comics5, plus remote access to your PlayStation®3 (PS3â„¢) content, PSPgo offers entertainment without barriers.

Be entertained this summer, wherever you are, with PSPgo.


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Mike Bantick

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Having failed to grow up Bantick continues to pursue his childish passions for creative writing, interactive entertainment and showing-off through adulthood. In 1994 Bantick began doing radio at Melbourne’s 102.7 3RRRFM, in 1997 transferring to become a core member of the technology show Byte Into It. In 2003 he wrote briefly for the The Age newspaper’s Green Guide, providing video game reviews. In 2004 Bantick wrote the news section of PC GameZone magazine. Since 2006 Bantick has provided gaming and tech lifestyle stories for iTWire.com, including interviews and opinion in the RadioactivIT section.


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