Sony’s GC Press Event: Gran Turismo PSP free with registration of PSP Go in October

By Nathan Grayson, Tuesday, 18 August 2009 18:29 GMT

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More specifically, between October 1 and October 10. All you have to do is register your PSP Go and — bam — free download of Gran Turismo PSP.

This isn’t just some measly demo, either. It’s the whole shebang, baby.

The announcement was made during Sony’s GamesCom press event.

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