Sony has begun a new promotion to win European gamers over to the PSPGo. Users that register their devices online, or who have registered after April 1, will be able to download 10 free games. So far the promotion is only available for the European market, but it may head stateside if the sales show a resultant bump.
GameIndustry.biz has confirmed that the full downloadable titles will be: five Sony developed titles, including Gran Tourismo, LittleBigPlanet, Motor Storm: Arctic Edge, Wipeout Pure, Pursuit Force: Extreme Justice; as well as the third-party titles EA’s FIFIA 2010 World Cup, Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars, Assassin’s Creed: Bloodlines, and one other.
Sony has never released actual sales figures for the PSPGo, but it is widely assumed that the sales have been lackluster. With rumors of the PSP2 rampant, but Sony continually claiming that the new device will not be announced at E3, Sony might be making one final push with the PSPGo before the PSP2 is officially announced.
If this deal does come to America, would it be enough to convince you to shell out $250 for a PSPGo?
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