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Monday, October 25, 2010
Sony Cuts PSPgo Prices


Sony said on Monday it would cut the price of its PSPgo portable game player in the United States and Japan this month as game makers enter the crucial year-end shopping period.

The price of the PlayStation Portable, launched about a year ago, will be cut to $199 from $249 in the United States and to 16,800 yen ($207) from 26,800 yen in Japan.

Sony's move comes a month after rival Nintendo announced its 3D-capable DS portable game player would not be available until next year.


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