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Sony will focus on the PSP-3000
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Sony will focus on the PSP-3000

Day of death PSP Go officially recorded in the minutes of the industrial Pathologists. Day of death PSP Go officially recorded in the minutes of the industrial Pathologists. Despite the fact that the European division of SCE ably spared the question on the future of hapless console, the Japanese headquarters of Sony beat around the bush and did not, as reported to the site AV Watch,

Day of death PSP Go officially recorded in the minutes of the industrial Pathologists. As for the PSP-3000, it will continue to exist and bring money to the company. Decision kill PSP Go for two reasons. The first and most obvious - weak sales caused by the reckless starting price of $ 250 and the lack of `interoperability` with the UMD-games. The second and more streamlined - the desire to Sony ?«concentrate on the upcoming launch of NGP. While the first reason, of course, carries more weight than the second. If the PSP Go on sale at PSP-3000, Sony never would never have strangled her. And so - PSP Go became the financial burden for Sony, and even surprising that she spent almost two years on the market. Although if you look at the console is not a commercial perspective, the PSP Go has helped Japanese companies to extract some useful lessons and clearly showed that not all the `hardcore` players are ready to transition to digital distribution of projects

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