PSP Go – The Qore movie in direct-feed HD, news round-up

By Patrick Garratt, Saturday, 30 May 2009 22:25 GMT

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Well, here we are, then. Someone’s posted the entire PSP Go section of June’s Qore episode on YouTube, in direct-feed HD. Thanks, p0rkch0p69.

Fake? Of course not. You can see everything in plenty of detail there.

Rest of the coverage from today’s announcement:

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